WA company gets livestock export licence

广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn A livestock export licence has been granted to Perth-based company Rural Export and Trading WA, which is a subsidiary of Kuwait Livestock Transport and Trading.

Auditor lashes defence contract secrecy

Auditor-General Grant Hehir has questioned the government's decision to suppress large chunks of an audit into a multi-billion dollar military contract.

Four facing court over abduction ring: AFP

A two-year investigation has led to the arrest of a group who allegedly helped parents abduct their own children across Australia.

Bid to free whale from fishing line in SA

Authorities are trying to free a whale from fishing gear in waters of South Australia's southeast coast.

On-the-loose croc wrangled back to river

A former WA Police employee has wrangled a crocodile that was on the loose in an industrial area back to a river in the state's far north for release.

NSW pledges $127m after abuse commission

The NSW premier vows the state will continue to lead the way in responding to recommendations that came out of the royal commission into child sex abuse.

Osteoporosis being under-diagnosed: report

A new report has revealed osteoporosis is being under-diagnosed in Australia and it is costing taxpayers.

Household waste converted to electricity

Up to 400,000 tonnes of WA's household, commercial and industrial waste per year will be converted into electricity in a $668 million renewable energy project.

Asylum seeker families leave Nauru

A number of asylum seeker families have left Nauru as pressure builds on the Morrison government to get children off the Pacific island.

Suspect in Saudi journo's death was in Vic

A Saudi doctor named as a suspect in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi spent time in Melbourne as a forensic observer, it has been revealed.

New power line likely for Eyre Peninsula

South Australian electricity transmission company ElectraNet has recommended building a new transmission line on Eyre Peninsula to secure local supplies.

Draft laws to establish $1b housing fund

Draft laws to establish a $1 billion housing infrastructure fund have been introduced to federal parliament.

Nationals leadership tensions: quotes

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack is facing questions about his leadership as Nationals MPs consider bringing back Barnaby Joyce.

GST carve-up changes reach parliament

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has introduced laws which would change the way GST revenue is distributed to the states and territories.

Wentworth email is homophobic: Phelps

Liberal candidate Dave Sharma has condemned a "fake news" email which accuses his rival of withdrawing from the race because of a HIV diagnosis.

McCormack claims absolute support of Nats

The Nationals may be looking at another leadership spill as Barnaby Joyce's backers push for his return and he admits he has ambitions in that direction.

NSW urged to follow Qld on abortion laws

The Greens and activists want NSW, the last state yet to decriminalise abortion, to follow the example of Queensland and change its laws.

Worksafe investigates second worker death

Worksafe will investigate the death of a construction worker on a Perth construction site, the second workplace death in WA this week.

Tas premier grilled over MP's relationship

A relationship between Tasmania's primary industries minister and her departmental head is a "recent thing", Premier Will Hodgman has told parliament.

Wentworth by-election HIV smear campaign

The crucial Wentworth by-election has devolved into a smear campaign with false claims independent Kerryn Phelps has HIV and is withdrawing from the race.

Extra jail time for NSW sex worker attack

A man jailed for recruiting a teenager to set a sex worker alight will be eligible for parole in late-2026 after his initial 'inadequate' sentence was quashed.

Culture change needed for aged care: Labor

Draft laws to set up a new Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission passed the first hurdle of federal parliament on Wednesday.

Winners of the PM's prizes for science

Research into changing sea levels, flexible crystals and a joystick controlled guidewire for surgery have earned scientists top prizes from the prime minister.

BASE jumper fined after Sydney crane leap

A 24-year-old Frenchman has been convicted and fined $660 after pleading guilty to risking the safety of others when he jumped from the top of a Sydney crane.

Search for 'further' bones in Sydney bush

Forensic officers have returned to bushland south of Sydney to locate "further" human remains after bones were found in September..

Senior doctor ordered to leave Nauru

An Australian-funded doctor on Nauru has been deported as the Morrison government looks at getting asylum seekers off the island nation.

Plans for elephants to leave Perth Zoo

Elephants will be moved out of Perth Zoo after beloved matriarch Tricia dies, but there are no immediate concerns for the health of the 61-year-old animal.

WA's $1.3b native title claim registered

A $1.3 billion native title settlement in Western Australia has been accepted for registration but will only begin after all legal proceedings are exhausted.

PM insists Indonesian trade deal on track

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia can take a stance on its Israeli embassy because it has good ties with its neighbours.

Metro rail tunnelling begins under Sydney

Tunnelling has begun beneath Sydney using one of five boring machines as part of the $20.8 billion Sydney Metro rail project.

Ideology hurts policy: former RBA governor

Former Reserve Bank governor Bernie Fraser says failures in the public service and a shortage of pragmatism are leading to poor policy-making.

Sydney Harbour Bridge gets glass elevators

New glass-enclosed lifts have been opened at either end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge so people with reduced mobility can access the footpath.

SA to honour Quentin Kenihan with service

A commemorative service will be held at Adelaide Town Hall to honour the life of disability advocate Quentin Kenihan, who died aged 43 last week.

Occupants safe in Vic plane distress call

Two plane occupants have managed to evacuate safely after reports of a plane in distress at Melbourne's Moorabbin Airport.

Family violence promises in Vic election

The Victorian Liberal-Nationals opposition has promised mandatory prison ranging from two to six years, for three different family violence-related offences.

Pacific trade deal backs in businesses: PM

A massive trade deal has passed parliament with Prime Minister Scott Morrison saying it will be a massive boost the economy.

Clarity for sufferers of mould illnesses

A parliamentary inquiry has recommended developing clinical guidelines for the diagnosis, treatment and management of illnesses caused by mould exposure.

Hanson on attack as ministers apologise

Senior Liberal minister Simon Birmingham says he is sorry for voting in favour of a controversial motion put forward by Pauline Hanson.

Reward for man wanted over brother murder

Victoria Police is offering a $100,000 reward to help them hunt down Jonathan Dick, whose brother was murdered in February 2017.

Clean Up Aust founder Ian Kiernan dies

Ian Kiernan, the round the world sailor and environmentalist who founded the Clean Up Australia organisation, has died, aged 78.

Telco complaints finally tailing off

Phone and internet users made almost 168,000 complaints to the industry's ombudsman in a single year, but there are signs providers have heard the anger.

HIV experts to meet ministers in Canberra

Experts on HIV will meet in Canberra with key decision-makers in a bid to build a better strategy for testing, treatment and prevention of the virus.

Lives under threat from WA bushfire

A watch and act alert has been issued for an unpredictable and out-of-control bushfire in Western Australia's north, which was sparked by lightning.

Small business tax cuts pass first hurdle

The federal government's plan to fast-track tax cuts for small to medium businesses is set for the Senate after passing the lower house on Tuesday.

National parks claims 'absurd': Upton

NSW's environment minister says claims of a political link between electorates and the expansion of national parks are "incorrect and absurd".

Labor MPs fail to force vote over Hanson

Labor has narrowly lost a bid in the House of Representatives to force MPs to vote on Pauline Hanson's motion declaring "It's OK to be white".

ASC to cut more shipbuilding jobs

More jobs are set to go at defence shipbuilder ASC as work on Australia's new air warfare destroyers winds down.

Labor wants easier Nauru medical transfers

Labor has drafted legislation aimed at making it easier for asylum seeker children on Nauru to be flown to Australia for medical treatment.

Share the growth to tackle poverty: ACOSS

A social security group is urging the federal to better address poverty, as a new report shows one in eight adults is living below the poverty line.

Fire devastates historic Brisbane school

A ferocious fire has torn through a 92-year-old Brisbane school, leaving two three-storey buildings severely damaged and sparking an emergency declaration.

GST changes will ensure no state worse off

Changes to the way the GST is carved up will guarantee states are better off during the transition to the new model, the federal treasurer says.

Palmer gives fugitive nephew new job

Clive Palmer says his fugitive nephew Clive Mensink will act as European director for his Titanic II cruise ship project.

Geelong, Ballarat promised faster trains

Geelong and Ballarat are being promised faster rail by both major parties ahead of the Victorian election, with Labor also flagging an airport rail tunnel.

Customers don't want data shared: report

Nearly half of Australian customers aren't wanting to hand over their personal data to businesses, a new report suggests.

Hanson facing possible contempt of Senate

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson could be found in contempt of the Senate, with her former colleague trying to refer her to the privileges committee.

Senators vote again on 'OK to be white'

A vote on a Senate motion declaring "it's OK to be white" has been recommitted, with the coalition opposing it less than a day after backing it.

More child abuse charges for WA ex-priest

A former Catholic priest in Perth, now aged 83, faces 16 charges in total after he allegedly sexually and physically assaulted girls and boys over 25 years.

Diamond-loving drug dealers busted on GC

A haul of diamonds, cars, drugs and firearms have been seized by Gold Coast police in an operation targeting methamphetamine supply.

Qld govt challenged over union proposal

The ABC has obtained emails that show the Queensland government was briefed about union plans to reach out to students in the state's high schools.

Morrison considers shifting Israel embassy

The prime minister could follow the US and move Australia's embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, ahead of a crucial by-election this weekend.

Woman trapped by Qld ceiling collapse

An elderly woman was trapped after her ceiling collapsed in the middle of the night.

Car damages Vic hospital, patients moved

A car has reversed into a wall at Broadmeadows Hospital in Melbourne, forcing authorities to move 30 patients who were on the other side of the wall.

Man, 18, charged over fatal NSW crash

An 18-year-old driver is due to face a NSW court over a fatal crash in Blacktown that killed a 17-year-old girl and injured two other teenagers.

Doctors to discuss mental health at summit

Emergency doctors and psychiatrists will gather together in Melbourne to discuss how to tackle Australia's mental health crisis.

No ABC political interference: inquiry

An inquiry has found no government ministers have pressed for ABC journalists to be fired over the accuracy of their stories.

Meghan's pregnancy news kicks off tour

Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan have revealed they are expecting a baby just hours after arriving in Sydney for the Invictus Games.

Labor defends support for TPP trade deal

The federal opposition has defended backing the Trans-Pacific Partnership while announcing new measures to safeguard future trade deals.

LNP leader defends Qld MPs' $45,000 trip

Queensland Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington has defended $45,000 in travel expenses for five of her MPs to attend a WA conference with their wives.

Push for national container deposit scheme

South Australian independent MP Rebekha Sharkie is calling on the federal government to implement a national container deposit scheme before the next election.

Defamation loss for NSW spiritual healer

A NSW spiritual healer is the leader of a socially harmful cult, according to the jury at his defamation action against a blogger.

Nats blast 'half-baked' drought milk levy

Supermarket giants who raised prices on home-brand milk to support drought-affected farmers have been savaged by Australia's irate agriculture minister.

Foreign donation ban moves step closer

Labor and the coalition have found common ground on a number of changes to laws which propose to place limits on foreign political donations.

Reef grant report delayed to December

An inquiry into the Great Barrier Reef Foundation has been granted more time to consider evidence about whether $444 million was properly approved.

Inquest told 425kg monument fell on girl

A waitress claims a young boy was riding a NSW sandstone war memorial like a horse before it toppled over on top of a three-year-old girl, killing her.

Agricultural visas not dead: PM Morrison

A plan to introduce visas for seasonal farm workers isn't dead, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed.

Morrison rebuffs fresh asylum seeker calls

A pediatrician who spent time treating patients on Nauru says he is amazed government policy is forcing ill children to remain in detention without proper care.

NSW ex-mayor's $100,000 defamation damages

A former NSW mayor has been awarded $100,000 in defamation damages over a Facebook page operated by a ratepayer activist who likened him to Harvey Weinstein.

Question time in federal parliament

What we learned, heard and were amused by in Question Time on Monday.

NSW baby screened for deadly disease

A Sydney baby has received lifesaving gene-replacement treatment after the introduction of a pilot program that tests for more than 25 medical conditions.

Vic Libs bring back Norm in fitness drive

A 1970s health campaign will come out of retirement to get Victorians more active if the opposition wins government, while the state government talks up trains.

How the ABC's leadership went up in flames

An inquiry into the ABC by federal communications department secretary Mike Mrdak has rejected claims of political interference dating back to 2017.

Push to legalise cannabis doomed in Senate

Independent David Leyonhjelm has failed to cultivate support for his private bill to legalise recreational cannabis.

US embassy apology after cat pyjama invite

A training error has been blamed for a meeting invitation email containing a photo of a pyjama-wearing cat, sent by the US Department of State.

New Aust uranium deal for UK after Brexit

Australia is working on a new deal for selling uranium to the United Kingdom once it leaves the European Union.

Change law to protect gay teachers: Labor

Labor wants law changes aimed at protecting gay students at religious schools to go further and protect gay teachers from discrimination.

Customised buses for Invictus athletes

Seven buses have been converted to fit up to 10 wheelchair athletes for the upcoming Invictus Games in Sydney.

End gay discrimination in schools: Hinch

Any school that discriminates against gay students and teachers should be stripped of government funding, senator Derryn Hinch says.

More than half of Aussies want republic

A new poll that coincides with Prince Harry and Meghan's arrival shows just over half of Aussies want a republic with an Australian head of state.

Labor renews push for high speed rail link

Labor is pushing for a high speed rail planning authority, to finalise the business case for a rail network on the east coast and seek investor interest.

Thugs sought over AFL grand final assault

A trio is wanted over an unprovoked assault on a 56-year-old man on AFL Grand Final Day in Melbourne.

Gay student protections due within days

The government plans to introduce laws to protect gay students to the federal parliament within days.

Voters warming to Morrison, treasurer says

Two polls show the coalition still has a way to go to win the favour of voters, after Malcolm Turnbull was deposed in August.

Royal couple to put world's eyes on NSW

The world will be watching Sydney and NSW as Prince Harry and his new bride Meghan visit the state, Premier Gladys Berejiklian says.

Man, 18, dies alone in Qld hit and run

A driver will appear in a far north Queensland court, accused of killing a young man and then fleeing the crash scene.

Company tax cut bipartisanship short-lived

A rare display of bipartisanship over fast-tracking small business tax cuts has been extinguished by the prime minister as federal parliament resumes.

Changes to address redress info concerns

The federal government says it will make changes to an application form for redress for institutional child sexual abuse survivors to address their concerns.

Voters united against gay school prejudice

Australian voters do not want religious schools to be able to discriminate against teachers and students based on sexuality, a poll has found.

Woman's lung punctured in kangaroo attack

A Queensland woman has a collapsed lung, broken ribs and multiple cuts after a 183cm kangaroo attacked her.

Pro-life counselling groups 'misleading'

Queensland's Health Minister has written to the federal health ombudsman to investigate counselling services run by pro-life groups be believes mislead women.

Supermarkets drought milk 'half-baked'

Supermarket giants who introduced a milk levy to support drought-affected farmers have been slammed by Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud.

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