"We will spend what we need to spend to get this job done," former prime minister Tony Abbott declared in March 2014, shortly after the multi-country effort to find recently downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Adam Gartrell In the uncertain and unpredictable new age of President Trump, Australian policymakers and diplomats will have to work harder than ever before to maintain the US alliance.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter "We're talking about a trust crisis that is causing a systemic meltdown."
Tony Wright The secret men on the 23rd floor of the Hotel Viru must have been disappointed.There I was, a Western journalist, witnessing what would turn out to be the final chapter of one of the most consequential periods of the 20th century.
Myffy Rigby Prize-winning artist Del Kathryn Barton’s eccentric Australian bush upbringing deeply influences her whimical, delicate work.
Adam Gartrell and Heath Aston Labor supports the review but said it should not be used as an excuse to cut costs.
Megan Levy A man has been killed by a crocodile while wading across a river near the Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory, police say.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter Former prime minister Kevin Rudd says Donald Trump should be given a chance to calm his temperament and "grow into the job" once he is officially inaugurated as US President on Saturday.
Richard Willingham, State Political Correspondent The multibillion Melbourne Metro rail project will boost the Australian economy the nation's top infrastructure advisers have declared, placing pressure on the Turnbull government to boost funding to Victorian major projects.
Peter Hannam The world's major meteorological agencies have declared 2016 to the hottest year on record - making it three new highs in as many years - as increases in greenhouse gases drove global warming.
Following recent indecent assaults against young women, The Examiner launched the #HandsOff campaign.
Good morning, here's your news snapshot from across regional Australia and beyond.
The final preparations are now being put in place for the launch of the Australian Wooden Boat Festival.
Hundreds of concerned and vulnerable citizens continue to fret over Centrelink’s debt recovery letters.
Heartbreak for Hobart
A local art curator has created an exhibition involving more than 200 people