The deputy attorney general said the need to solve crimes can outweigh personal privacy.
Josh Frydenberg brings up former PM’s own record in response to Liberal colleague’s provocative speech to a group of climate-change sceptics
The energy minister, Josh Frydenberg, has slapped down Tony Abbott and other conservative rebels, declaring that climate change is real and that waswhy Abbott agreed to join the Paris international climate agreement when he was prime minister.
Asked about Abbott’s provocative speech to a group of climate-change sceptics in London questioning the science of climate change – an outing that has been characterised by Labor as “loopy” – Frydenberg brought up Abbott’s own record in the top job.
Ealing councillors vote in favour of a banning protestors from gathering outside an abortion clinic.
More than a quarter of new homes built in New South Wales are being bought by foreign buyers, with Victoria close behind and closing in, according to new research from Credit Suisse.
After nearly a decade of battling between movie lockers, Disney may finally have support from other studios. According to a report from Bloomberg, "several major Hollywood film studios" are signed up to participate in a new film service with Disney,…
One in four couples who discover they are pregnant have a miscarriage, but some men feel they are often forgotten about in terms of emotional support.
Nick Stathopoulos’s photorealist portrait of Isla Fisher, Michael Simms’s moody vision of singer and actor Paul Capsis, and Vincent Namatjira’s painting of artist friend Tiger Yaltangki are among the 30 finalists of this year’s Doug Moran prize – Australia’s richest portrait prize.
Anh Do, Jiawei Shen, Prudence Flint, Tim Storrier and McLean Edwards are also in contention for the $150,000 award, with the winner to be announced on 11 October. Here is a selection
Sydney real estate agent Melissa Hatheier becomes a social media hit after footage of her calmly removing a Port Jackson shark from an ocean pool at Cronulla, in the city’s south, goes viral.
What began as an impromptu, crowd-pleasing line at a Trump rally in Huntsville, Ala., to “get that son of a bitch off the field right now!” sparked a national debate over free speech, patriotism, racial identity and cultural values.
The Russian cybersecurity firm is in the spotlight because of suspicions its products facilitate espionage.