Several allegations of serious safety issues at the Dreamworld theme park have emerged as investigators probe a ride malfunction that killed four adults, including two mothers who died in front of their young children.
Nassim Khadem The Turnbull government's voluntary tax transparency code should be dumped.
Stephanie Peatling One in two women in Australia does not feel safe walking alone at night, according to a report released as state and federal ministers prepare for a summit on family violence.
James Massola Changes insult a world leader and a former prime minister, scrub embarrassing information and even claim the Holocaust was "justified".
Jewel Topsfield An advocate for victims of the worst oil spill in the history of Australia's offshore petroleum industry is lobbying for the 2009 maritime disaster to be on the agenda at a Bali meeting.
Mark Kenny, Tom McIlroy Embattled Family First senator Bob Day could face a rare High Court injunction preventing him from voting on the Turnbull government's union-busting and same-sex marriage bills.
Clare Sibthorpe and Megan Doherty Three of the four people who died in the Dreamworld tragedy on Tuesday were from Canberra.
Rachel Olding Police have called for witnesses to the Dreamworld ride disaster to come forward with investigators believing a large number of park patrons witnessed the horrific accident that killed four people on Tuesday.
Melissa Cunningham and AAP Victorian police have questioned Australia's most senior Catholic cleric, Cardinal George Pell, as they continue their investigation into his alleged historical sexual assaults on boys.
Michaela Whitbourn A Turnbull government MP has given an explosive radio interview suggesting Attorney-General George Brandis issued a directive restricting access to the government's chief legal adviser because he "didn't trust" him.
The Smith Family’s iTrack program has the potential to change lives.
Derby will warm up for next year’s enduro world series by staging a round of the Tasmanian gravity ...
An Elster Metering employee says the closure of its Youngtown foundry did not come as a surprise.
Launceston retiree Carol Fuller is a finalist in the 2017 Tasmanian Australian of the Year Awards.