A first time Queensland MP has opened up about his struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after serving as a soldier in Afghanistan.
Dreamworld will inspect a rollercoaster which came to a 15-minute mid-ride halt with six guests on board.
Australians may be accustomed to living their lives online but experts say the Facebook data-mining scandal shows we need to be more cautious about targeted political content based on psychological profiling.
The Queensland government is funding flu vaccines for all children under five in an effort to prevent a repeat of last year's horror flu season.
The serial bomber whose deadly attacks terrorised Austin, Texas, for weeks left a 25-minute video "confession" on a mobile phone found after he blew himself up as officers closed in to make an arrest, police say.
The NRL has urged Matt Lodge to pay the victims of his New York rampage as the governing body stood firm on their decision to sign off on the controversial Brisbane prop's return.
Heavy and persistent rain on the NSW mid-north coast has prompted flash flooding warnings, with some areas receiving more than 300 millimetres since the drenching began.
Australians buying clothes, books or health products from overseas could be slapped with a new tax on top of the GST.
A man arrested at gunpoint on a Sydney train will face court accused of intimidating a rail passenger with a cap gun.
A US court has upheld a $US5.3 million ($A7.4 million) judgment against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams for copying a Marvin Gaye song to create their 2013 smash Blurred Lines.