The Foreign Investment Review Board has failed to enforce laws restricting investment in real estate by foreigners, says the MP leading a federal inquiry into housing affordability.
Myer is re-emerging as one of the most heavily shorted stocks on the market, as investors worry about competition and a possible takeover.
Victorian police could be able to remotely add, delete and copy data in a computer if they think it could prevent a terrorist act.
Victorian Labor MP faces an uncertain political future with Labor leader refusing to fully back the embattled MP over his handling of union slush fund.
The Victorian Adult Parole Board has conceded that 60 criminals released on parole were convicted for 97 serious violent or sexual offences in the year to June 2014.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has acknowledged that military operations in Iraq will be "highly hazardous" as an expert warned that insider attacks on Australian advisers would be a danger.
It isn't hard to tell the Prime Minister's tent from all the others in the sea of khaki amid the stringybarks that is the centre of a government on a footing of war.
Flag change campaigner Fred Rieben is hoping a break-away Scotland could alter not only the Union Jack but Australians' attitudes towards their own banner.
Clive Palmer has issued some rare praise for the Chinese government, welcoming Beijing’s decision to ban imports of ‘‘dirty’’ coal from next year.
A Queensland assistant minister did not declare hospitality at a proposed luxury resort site owned by a wind farm developer despite spruiking the wind farm, defending its developers and officiating at the resort’s opening.