Thousands of people have come together in Melbourne to mourn those who lost their lives and those injured in Friday's car attack.
A WA farming couple who won $2 million in the Saturday Lotto draw initially thought they had "buggered it up" when they were checking the numbers.
Lives and homes are in danger from an out-of-control bushfire in WA's south, with residents warned burning embers could also be blown around homes.
The man accused of murdering five people after he ploughed his car into pedestrians at Melbourne's Bourke St mall has failed to appear in court.
Sydney masseur Anthony Theodosiou, 31, is on trial for indecently assaulting a woman, with his defence arguing he had her consent.
A young actor has been shot dead while filming a hip-hop music video in an underground Brisbane CBD bar.
North Melbourne AFL player Trent Dumont has gone on trial for allegedly robbing a taxi driver in Adelaide in 2014.
A report into a blackout across South Australia last year has praised the response of emergency services and has urged locals to be more resilient.
A new $5 billion-plus iron ore project in WA's Pilbara could go ahead after the state government signed an agreement with New Zealand's Todd Corporation.
The Queensland government has abandoned plans for a 1am lockout, sticking instead with a later "last-drinks" policy and introducing mandatory ID scanners.
Controversial former senator Rod Culleton won't be clearing out his Canberra office this week, following his bankruptcy declaration.
Every community in NSW will get its fair share under a Gladys Berejiklian government, the state's new premier has declared.
Ruralco's live export volumes have increased following a restructure, with strong volumes and prices - and an uplift in the wool market - expected to continue.
Magistrates will take over serious bail matters as Victoria shakes up its bail system in the wake of the tragic Bourke St rampage.
US President Donald Trump says he will soon start renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, focusing on immigration and security.
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says Australia will stick to international agreements for action on climate change, no matter if the US pulls out.
Donald Trump is entering his first official week in the White House where he'll begin work on delivering his ambitious campaign promises.