National News

Climate policy tensions plague Morrison

Climate change continues to rattle the Liberals, with the prime minister trying to discredit a NSW minister who voiced concerns over the party's policy direction.

Gunman kills two Hawaii police officers

Two Hawaii police officers have been fatally shot by a man who authorities believe later died in his home after he set it on fire in a quiet neighbourhood not far from Oahu's busy Waikiki...

China confirms 139 new cases of virus

China has reported 139 new cases of pneumonia over the weekend, caused by the outbreak of a new coronavirus strain that medical experts are still struggling to understand.

Business rallies for Vic fire-hit regions

More than 100 businesses and sporting bodies such as the AFL will hold meetings, events and conferences in Victoria's bushfire-ravaged regions to support local communities.

NDIS review targets wait times, red tape

Disability advocates say the government must act urgently on waiting times and bureaucracy, following an independent review of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

Researchers want the Open dates be moved

The Australian Open should be moved to a shoulder season or extended by a week to avoid extreme heat risks for players, Victorian researchers have suggested.