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Pauline Hanson’s One Nation reportedly risks deregulation over electoral law breache...

A battle has opened up between One Nation and Labor over claims Pauline Hanson's party allegedly broke electoral rules in Queensland. As the ABC reported this morning, Queensland Labor senator Murray...

SA woman arrested with cocaine in Colombia

An Australian woman faces 25 years in jail after she was arrested with 5.8 kilograms of cocaine at an airport in Colombia. Cassandra Sainsbury, 22, was detained on April 11 at El Dorado International...

Contemplating the world on Anzac Day

THERE is a form of political correctness in this nation and it is enforced by screeching hypocritical and right wing commentators, media outlets and politicians. Intolerance, barely disguised racism ...

Idea Exchange: ‘Any govt has an obligation to its people first, but that is not to s...

The 457 visa program allows skilled migrant workers who are sponsored by an employer, and who fill an area of need, to live in Australia for up to four years. The Australian ambassador to Ireland say...

Permanent residency not temporary visas

But critics charge the program has been prone to abuse and deprived qualified Australians of jobs. A once-fringe political party, One Nation, has gained strength through a racially tinged, anti-immig...

Man stabbed in the neck in Sydney’s west

A man has been charged after another man was stabbed in the neck at a western Sydney train station. A 64-year-old man was taken to to Westmead Hospital with a small stab wound after the incident at T...

Husband charged with murder over woman’s stabbing death

A man has been charged after allegedly stabbing his wife to death in their Brisbane home. A 68-year-old man has been charged with the murder of his 69-year-old wife at a Stafford Heights home on Satu...

‘We’re OPEN, not shut,’ says Premier

TO SAY that Malcolm Turnbull's Government is struggling is probably an understatement. Poll after opinion poll has shown the Coalition trailing Labor badly at a federal level, and the Prime Minister'...

Students failed as our bloated university sector takes care of itself

Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham will announce a tough higher education package on Monday. Wayne Taylor. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by Tim Dodd. Education Minister Simon Birm...

Anthony Bell, Kelly Landry drama back in court amid AVO application

The bitter public divorce between high-profile Sydney couple Anthony Bell and Kelly Landry is set to intensify this week when an audio recording of an alleged fight between the pair is expected to be...

‘This is how you kill Aussies’

Sydney - Police in Australia said on Sunday they were investigating a report that the eight-year-old son of a notorious Islamic State fighter was filmed wearing a suicide vest and threatening to kill...

Woman allegedly set alight by fiance ‘moves her limbs’ in hospital

The family of a 20-year-old woman critically injured when her fiance allegedly set her on fire say her condition has slightly improved. Tasmanian woman Nicole Evans was flown to The Alfred hospital i...

Remembering the Battle of the Coral Sea: And Building Towards the Future

Hundreds have gathered in Townsville for a dawn service to commemorate the 75th anniversary of WWII's pivotal Battle of the Coral Sea. Source: AAP. 1 May 2017 - 6:10 AM UPDATED 11 MINS AGO ... SBS ...

Trump marks 100 days in office with Pennsylvania rally

What the first 100 days show is that not a single Democratic vote is needed in the next two years for him to advance growth, energy and security. John Batchelor. 04.30.17 9:00 AM ET. The first hundre...

Australian personal trainer Cassie Sainsbury in Colombia drug arrest

An Adelaide personal trainer has allegedly been charged with drug trafficking in Colombia after police found 5.8kg of cocaine in her luggage. Twenty-two-year-old Cassie Sainsbury was minutes from boa...

Two dead in Gingin crash

A man and a woman have been killed in a fiery crash in a town north of Perth. The car slammed into an embankment and caught fire after it went through the intersection of Mooliabeene Road at Gingin, ...

Two dead in separate crashes

A MOTORBIKE rider has died in a serious crash on Esk-Hampton Rd at Ravensbourne, near Esk, earlier today. Queensland Police report a man, aged 48, died on scene when a motorbike and a car collided at...

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation broke Queensland’s electoral laws, Senator Murray ...

Senator Pauline Hanson hit back online today with a statement, saying that since she "led One Nation to its historic election result last year, the Labor party has been making every attempt to unstit...

Turnbull hits back after Palaszczuk spray

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces further distractions, with his predecessor Tony Abbott to visit WA to give a speech to Liberal Party members on “enlightenment values” and the importance of West...

‘Culture of cover-ups’ is off the rails

THE LNP will today move to neutralise one of its biggest political headaches ahead of the state election, announcing its plans for the public service should it win office. The Sunday Mail can reveal ...