An Australian light aircraft flying from Darwin has been forced to land by two Sukhoi fighter jets because it was in Indonesian airspace without permission.
Basketball ACT will trial a zero tolerance policy to stamp out poor behaviour in its open men's and women's summer leagues, with acting chief executive officer Tom Moore admitting steps had to be taken to "provide them with a safe environment in which to play".
Jennifer and Glenda Lloyd form one of just 31 same-sex couples who married before the ACT law was found to be inconsistent with the Commonwealth Marriage Act and was thrown out.
A Sydney restaurant owned by Tourism Minister Andrew Robb and his family is being promoted by a government-funded $40 million, 18-month Tourism Australia campaign that targets 17 key global markets to sell the Australian "foodie" experience to the world.
Canberra's arts scene has much to offer over the next weeks. It seems there's something for everyone, Natasha Rudra outlines.
From a kibbutz to Sydney's party scene, Ronni Khan had seen it all. But when she really reflected on what life was all about, she knew she needed to give back.
Unions and business lobby groups will be able to spend up to $1.1 million on political advertising for next year's NSW election after the Baird government backed down on a proposal that would have slashed the amount to $250,000.
Australia's $20 billion alternative energy sector has been plunged into fresh uncertainty after the federal government flagged further policy changes to reduce the reliance on wind and solar potentially leaving billions of dollars invested in the sector stranded or devalued.
Australia are fielding two debutants, but it was the old guard of Mitchell Johnson and Peter Siddle who gave the visitors the early ascendancy in the first Test against Pakistan.
Australian intelligence agencies are examining the latest Islamic State video featuring a Sydney teenager amid suspicions that notorious extremist Mohamed Elomar might also appear in the footage.