Western Australians as young as 10 who present to hospital after a suicide attempt will be given better access to aftercare through the Perth project, which has received Federal Government backing.
The Labor Government has been slammed on multiple fronts over a lack of ‘transparency’ in the wake of new report into the tender process for a $33m bushfire centre.
A move by China last year left the outgoing Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade secretary scratching her head.
The McGowan Government has been accused of trying to deflect blame for the State’s struggling health system onto St John WA, declaring the ambulance service is not to blame for record ramping levels.
The federal government has released its projections for coronavirus vaccine distribution for the rest of the year, with AstraZeneca to be phased out.
Online safety laws passed on Wednesday will provide new powers to have threats, violent material, revenge porn and other vile content removed within 24 hours.
The Biloela family has been granted temporary ‘bridging visas’ by the Immigration Minister that will allow them to work and study in Perth.
Angry passengers onboard flights into Perth from COVID-hit Sydney have been given the choice to fly back to NSW or quarantine for 14 days, with one fuming it’s thousands of dollars either way.
It’s no wonder our leaders can’t defeat coronavirus with a functional vaccination program when they’re too busy grappling with breakouts and blisters like the National Party and Barnaby Joyce.
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
The federal government has granted three-month bridging visas for members of a Sri Lankan family who used to live in the Queensland town of Biloela.
A crime scene has been established after a man's body was found near Melbourne's Fountain Gate shopping centre.
The WA Premier says the surging COVID-19 outbreak in Sydney is a ‘threat and a risk’ to the rest of Australia.
RBA assistant governor Luci Ellis says the central bank remains committed to highly supportive monetary policy settings.
Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics and Business Correspondent
Beijing has slammed the suggestion that it played a role in pressuring UNESCO to list the Great Barrier Reef as a world heritage site “in danger”.
Filibustering by Upper House MPs — like the 22-hour address delivered by Liberal Nick Goiran — could soon be a thing of the past with a report recommending speaking limits be capped to 45 minutes.
Anthony Albanese says parents need more information about how their childcare fees are being spent, as the government prepares to make changes to the system.
The Nationals bid to contradict government policy on the Murray-Darling Basin Plan looks destined to fail after a senior Liberal rejected the push.
A new data tool for tracking progress on closing the gap on Indigenous disadvantage has instead revealed policy failures on key measures.
The New York Times says the four Saudis who killed Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 received paramilitary training in the United States.
The widower of Senior Constable Lynette Taylor, one of four officers killed in the Eastern Freeway tragedy, wants a new law against outraging public decency.
Benita Kolovos, Karen Sweeney and Roger Vaughan
A corporate watchdog has told the court it plans to push for the case against Clive Palmer to be heard in Queensland’s higher courts — where a guilty verdict could mean jail.
Nationals deputy leader David Littleproud has blasted UNESCO officials for recommending the Great Barrier Reef be listed as in danger.
The Lowy Institute's 2021 poll confirms New Zealand as their most favoured country of Australians, and Jacinda Ardern as their favoured world leader.
Elderly or terminally ill child sexual abuse survivors will be afforded access to advance payments of $10,000 to drive down national redress scheme wait times.
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