Jacqui Lambie should resign from Parliament if she is not going to take her job seriously, a government MP Craig Laundy says, following the Palmer United senator's warning that that Ebola-infected "suicide agents" could attack Australia.
The childhood home of former prime minister Gough Whitlam, who died on Tuesday aged 98, could be demolished within days after a heritage overlay for the property was knocked back.
The Perth Glory is the latest WA-based national sporting team to look to the suburbs for its new base.
Landline telephones in up to 2700 homes and businesses in Crace will be disconnected from Thursday.
It could take two weeks to prepare Australian personnel to combat any Ebola outbreak in the Asia Pacific, because doctors and nurses have not undergone the specific training needed to combat the disease, officials have told a Senate hearing.
Thousands of Australians are being injured by mislabelled and poor quality products, with one-third of injury reports made to the consumer watchdog in the past year relating to cosmetics.
ANZ say they are worried about the safety of their employees after protesters allegedly blocked access to a lift at their 833 Collins Street building.
An hour after teenager Samantha Giufre left a Father's Day celebration, she was found unconscious with injuries that are so severe, she may never walk, talk or see properly again.
Gough and Margaret are the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt of Australia, says biographer, Susan Mitchell
State Government lawyers pursued a tough legal strategy against 15 victims of extreme child sexual abuse at a Northern NSW children's home, refusing to undertake mediation and hatching a plan for secret surveillance, the Royal Commission has heard.