'I'm deeply ashamed': RAAF Lieutenant dismissed for assaulting officer at function

A Flight Lieutenant with the RAAF is dismissed from the defence force after being found to have groped a man at a formal ball at a Northern Territory base.

Steve Smith ruled out of third Ashes Test

Steve Smith is ruled out of the third Ashes Test at Headingley, after failing to recover in time from the concussion he sustained at Lord's.

Jeffrey Epstein signed new will two days before death

Sex offender Jeffrey Epstein signed a will just two days before he took his own life in jail, new court records show, opening a new legal front in what could be a long battle over the financier's fortune.

Jail terms promised in crackdown on NSW farm trespass

The New South Wales Government has introduced 'right to farm' legislation which it says will create the toughest penalties for farm trespass in Australia.

NT engineer's registration suspended over insurance concerns

More than two years after his removal from the National Engineering Register, a Darwin structural engineer accused of designing a slew of non-compliant buildings has his NT registration suspended.

Detective in William Tyrrell case made 'troubling' assertions to neighbour, inquest hears

The former chief investigator who led the investigation into the disappearance of three-year-old William Tyrrell on the NSW mid-north coast is accused of misleading a neighbour during a police interview two years ago.

Knights coach Nathan Brown to leave NRL club

Newcastle Knights coach Nathan Brown to leave the NRL club after four seasons.

Cardinal George Pell could walk free tomorrow. Here's how

George Pell could walk from court tomorrow or be sent back to prison to serve the rest of his six-year term, depending on the outcome of his appeal against his child sex abuse convictions.

Talks underway with PNG about budget support, Foreign Minister says

Foreign Minister Marise Payne confirms active conversations are underway about Australian funding going to the Government of Papua New Guinea to boost its 2019 budget.

Amid a dismal record and a fan revolt, the Dockers have been forced to take drastic action

Ross Lyon was a brilliant coach, the best in Fremantle's history. But after four dismal seasons and with membership numbers sliding, the Dockers board finally had enough, writes Clint Thomas.

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