Terrence Darrell Kelly remained impassive as he pleaded guilty to abducting Cleo Smith from her family's West Australian campsite, sparking a widespread search and attracting global attention.
Record-breaking rains over three days have left regional roads cut and flood warnings in place for large parts of South Australia.
The health minister has declared the Omicron wave of COVID-19 cases has peaked in several jurisdictions.
The Australian economy remains in a solid shape in the face of the coronavirus pandemic but Tasmania is the stand out state for the eighth quarter in a row, Commonwealth Securities says.
Another day, another milestone for Ash Barty as the world No.1 passed her sternest test yet to move safely into the Australian Open quarter-finals in Melbourne.
Students and teachers will be given rapid antigen tests to slow the spread of COVID-19 when they return to NSW classrooms next week.
A nine-year-old boy has died after an all-terrain vehicle rolled over in regional NSW in an incident that also left a man injured.
Alex de Minaur has called on his new-found firepower to push aside Pablo Andujar and reach the Australian Open's round of 16 for the first time.
The Bowie knife brandished by Paul Hogan in the Croc Dundee blockbusters and the white dress worn by a gushing Toni Collette in Muriel's Wedding are just two iconic items among many to go on display in a major new exhibition charting the global impact of homegrown cinema from Mad...
Weighing in at 52,800 tonnes and held fast by six million hand-driven rivets, Sydney Harbour Bridge officially opened for business in the midst of the Great Depression on Saturday, March 19, 1932.