Joe Hockey is wrong. The shadow treasurer said on Wednesday he did not see a national disability insurance scheme levy as 'the right solution in this environment'.
The Labor Party is being abandoned by an aviation union that played a central role in the 2011 Qantas dispute.
South Korean spies working out of Canberra have been carrying out clandestine operations against Australia, and ASIO has been trying to cover it up. Philip Dorling reports.
Tony Windsor says he is not Clive Palmer's phantom federal candidate despite rumours of the independent federal MP joining the United Australia Party, sparked by a cryptic tweet.
A victim of the British phone hacking scandal who met the ABC presenter Mark Colvin on Twitter has identified herself as the mystery donor who gave him his new kidney.
A blood test could soon identify people at risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, after Australian scientists identified a series of markers associated with the degenerative condition.
Queensland-based former IT specialist "A.J." Miller says he's Jesus Christ reborn – and a surprising number of people believe him, writes Matt Siegel.
Tom Waterhouse's claim he backed More Joyous in Saturday's All-Aged stakes has come under question, with rugby league great Andrew Johns revealing the bookmaker told him he ''didn't like'' the champion mare's chances of winning.
Labor is under pressure from within its own ranks to allow 55 refugees some avenue to appeal secret ASIO assessments.
A fund has been established to allow supporters to help pay Craig Thomson's mounting legal fees.