Victoria's second coronavirus wave could be close to its peak, but it may take months before case numbers return to single digits.
Several Asian countries have imposed new restrictions as the world confronts the prospect of a second wave of COVID-19 infections.
Victoria's second wave of COVID-19 could be close to its peak as the state hit a national record of 532 new cases and suffered six more deaths.
Two Tasmanian men have been charged after they allegedly tried to steal a penguin and two eggs from a breeding colony.
A Sydney Black Lives Matters rally is now a prohibited public assembly, opening up demonstrators to arrest and fines for breaching coronavirus restrictions on mass gatherings.
Queensland's cash-strapped government may soon have another revenue source with a mobile phone and seat-belt detection camera being trialled this week.
The Business Council of Australia wants to see a reforming budget when Treasurer Josh Frydenberg hands down his delayed fiscal strategy in a few months time.
A British national has been charged with grievous bodily harm after a man, he allegedly rabbit-punched, fell and struck with his head on a pot plant and a concrete floor.
An international tourist has died and another person has been seriously injured after a four-wheel-drive rollover on Fraser Island on Sunday morning.
Dozens face hefty fines after police busted up a music event attended by up to 200 people in south-east NSW, as a further 15 new COVID-19 cases were reported in the state.