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3:53PM Auditor-General Grant Hehir has questioned the government's decision to suppress large chunks of an audit into a multi-billion dollar military contract.
3:12PM A two-year investigation has led to the arrest of a group who allegedly helped parents abduct their own children across Australia.
3:12PM Authorities are trying to free a whale from fishing gear in waters of South Australia's southeast coast.
3:12PM 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.
3:12PM 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.
12:13PM A new report has revealed osteoporosis is being under-diagnosed in Australia and it is costing taxpayers.
12:13PM 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.
11:50AM A number of asylum seeker families have left Nauru as pressure builds on the Morrison government to get children off the Pacific island.
11:18AM 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.
11:08AM South Australian electricity transmission company ElectraNet has recommended building a new transmission line on Eyre Peninsula to secure local supplies.
10:55AM Draft laws to establish a $1 billion housing infrastructure fund have been introduced to federal parliament.
10:02AM Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack is facing questions about his leadership as Nationals MPs consider bringing back Barnaby Joyce.
10:02AM Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has introduced laws which would change the way GST revenue is distributed to the states and territories.
9:45AM Liberal candidate Dave Sharma has condemned a "fake news" email which accuses his rival of withdrawing from the race because of a HIV diagnosis.
9:26AM 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.
6:10AM The Greens and activists want NSW, the last state yet to decriminalise abortion, to follow the example of Queensland and change its laws.
6:10AM Worksafe will investigate the death of a construction worker on a Perth construction site, the second workplace death in WA this week.
6:10AM A relationship between Tasmania's primary industries minister and her departmental head is a "recent thing", Premier Will Hodgman has told parliament.
10:29PM 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.
7:42PM 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.
6:02PM Draft laws to set up a new Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission passed the first hurdle of federal parliament on Wednesday.
5:38PM Research into changing sea levels, flexible crystals and a joystick controlled guidewire for surgery have earned scientists top prizes from the prime minister.
5:38PM 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.
4:54PM Forensic officers have returned to bushland south of Sydney to locate "further" human remains after bones were found in September..
4:51PM An Australian-funded doctor on Nauru has been deported as the Morrison government looks at getting asylum seekers off the island nation.
4:45PM 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.
4:22PM 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.
3:42PM Prime Minister Scott Morrison says Australia can take a stance on its Israeli embassy because it has good ties with its neighbours.
2:56PM Tunnelling has begun beneath Sydney using one of five boring machines as part of the $20.8 billion Sydney Metro rail project.
2:56PM Former Reserve Bank governor Bernie Fraser says failures in the public service and a shortage of pragmatism are leading to poor policy-making.
2:11PM New glass-enclosed lifts have been opened at either end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge so people with reduced mobility can access the footpath.
2:11PM 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.
2:11PM Two plane occupants have managed to evacuate safely after reports of a plane in distress at Melbourne's Moorabbin Airport.
1:45PM The Victorian Liberal-Nationals opposition has promised mandatory prison ranging from two to six years, for three different family violence-related offences.
12:52PM A massive trade deal has passed parliament with Prime Minister Scott Morrison saying it will be a massive boost the economy.
10:57AM A parliamentary inquiry has recommended developing clinical guidelines for the diagnosis, treatment and management of illnesses caused by mould exposure.
10:06AM Senior Liberal minister Simon Birmingham says he is sorry for voting in favour of a controversial motion put forward by Pauline Hanson.
9:57AM Victoria Police is offering a $100,000 reward to help them hunt down Jonathan Dick, whose brother was murdered in February 2017.
8:10AM Ian Kiernan, the round the world sailor and environmentalist who founded the Clean Up Australia organisation, has died, aged 78.
8:01AM 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.
7:19AM 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.
9:35PM 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.
7:06PM 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.
6:11PM NSW's environment minister says claims of a political link between electorates and the expansion of national parks are "incorrect and absurd".
5:45PM 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".
5:03PM More jobs are set to go at defence shipbuilder ASC as work on Australia's new air warfare destroyers winds down.
4:39PM Labor has drafted legislation aimed at making it easier for asylum seeker children on Nauru to be flown to Australia for medical treatment.
4:02PM 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.
3:37PM A ferocious fire has torn through a 92-year-old Brisbane school, leaving two three-storey buildings severely damaged and sparking an emergency declaration.
3:26PM 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.
3:01PM Clive Palmer says his fugitive nephew Clive Mensink will act as European director for his Titanic II cruise ship project.
2:42PM 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.
1:58PM Nearly half of Australian customers aren't wanting to hand over their personal data to businesses, a new report suggests.
1:51PM 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.
1:47PM 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.
12:47PM 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.
11:30AM A haul of diamonds, cars, drugs and firearms have been seized by Gold Coast police in an operation targeting methamphetamine supply.
11:16AM 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.
10:06AM The prime minister could follow the US and move Australia's embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, ahead of a crucial by-election this weekend.
8:49AM An elderly woman was trapped after her ceiling collapsed in the middle of the night.
7:22AM 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.
6:18AM 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.
6:18AM Emergency doctors and psychiatrists will gather together in Melbourne to discuss how to tackle Australia's mental health crisis.
11:52PM An inquiry has found no government ministers have pressed for ABC journalists to be fired over the accuracy of their stories.
8:36PM Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan have revealed they are expecting a baby just hours after arriving in Sydney for the Invictus Games.
7:20PM The federal opposition has defended backing the Trans-Pacific Partnership while announcing new measures to safeguard future trade deals.
5:49PM 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.
5:26PM South Australian independent MP Rebekha Sharkie is calling on the federal government to implement a national container deposit scheme before the next election.
5:22PM A NSW spiritual healer is the leader of a socially harmful cult, according to the jury at his defamation action against a blogger.
5:17PM Supermarket giants who raised prices on home-brand milk to support drought-affected farmers have been savaged by Australia's irate agriculture minister.
5:16PM Labor and the coalition have found common ground on a number of changes to laws which propose to place limits on foreign political donations.
4:58PM An inquiry into the Great Barrier Reef Foundation has been granted more time to consider evidence about whether $444 million was properly approved.
4:35PM 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.
3:39PM A plan to introduce visas for seasonal farm workers isn't dead, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed.
3:29PM 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.
3:26PM 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.
3:21PM What we learned, heard and were amused by in Question Time on Monday.
2:55PM A Sydney baby has received lifesaving gene-replacement treatment after the introduction of a pilot program that tests for more than 25 medical conditions.
2:35PM 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.
1:02PM An inquiry into the ABC by federal communications department secretary Mike Mrdak has rejected claims of political interference dating back to 2017.
12:46PM Independent David Leyonhjelm has failed to cultivate support for his private bill to legalise recreational cannabis.
12:32PM 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.
12:32PM Australia is working on a new deal for selling uranium to the United Kingdom once it leaves the European Union.
11:31AM Labor wants law changes aimed at protecting gay students at religious schools to go further and protect gay teachers from discrimination.
11:31AM Seven buses have been converted to fit up to 10 wheelchair athletes for the upcoming Invictus Games in Sydney.
11:31AM Any school that discriminates against gay students and teachers should be stripped of government funding, senator Derryn Hinch says.
11:31AM 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.
11:31AM 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.
9:20AM A trio is wanted over an unprovoked assault on a 56-year-old man on AFL Grand Final Day in Melbourne.
9:18AM The government plans to introduce laws to protect gay students to the federal parliament within days.
9:13AM Two polls show the coalition still has a way to go to win the favour of voters, after Malcolm Turnbull was deposed in August.
9:12AM The world will be watching Sydney and NSW as Prince Harry and his new bride Meghan visit the state, Premier Gladys Berejiklian says.
9:12AM A driver will appear in a far north Queensland court, accused of killing a young man and then fleeing the crash scene.
9:12AM A rare display of bipartisanship over fast-tracking small business tax cuts has been extinguished by the prime minister as federal parliament resumes.
11:25PM The federal government says it will make changes to an application form for redress for institutional child sexual abuse survivors to address their concerns.
9:10PM Australian voters do not want religious schools to be able to discriminate against teachers and students based on sexuality, a poll has found.
5:27PM A Queensland woman has a collapsed lung, broken ribs and multiple cuts after a 183cm kangaroo attacked her.
4:43PM Queensland's Health Minister has written to the federal health ombudsman to investigate counselling services run by pro-life groups be believes mislead women.
4:43PM Supermarket giants who introduced a milk levy to support drought-affected farmers have been slammed by Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud.