Australia is sending additional defence personnel to support operations to ensure free navigation in the Red Sea as Houthi rebels continue their attacks.
Mitch McConnell will step down as the US Senate's Republican leader in November.
More Aussie troops will be deployed to assist allied forces targeting Houthi militants in the Middle East, as parliament prepares to sit for the final day before the crucial Dunkley by-election.
Public servants will demand a four-day work week on top of 12 per cent salary increases as part of a new pay deal, in the latest test of Labor’s resolve to keep its burgeoning wages bill under control.
Labor’s cost-of-living tax cuts have passed the Parliament, ensuring every West Australian taxpayer will get a tax cut.
The latest fight on housing is another symptom of every party’s attempt to wrest control of the cost-of-living debate. It is growing heated in the lead-up to this weekend’s by-election in Dunkley.
The next generation of changemakers is being called on to try their hand at politics by applying to join the WA Youth Parliament.
Anneke de Boer
Dr Steve Thomas has admitted his political future is in the hands of South West voters after a ‘handful’ of interactions with former Premier Brain Burke cost his leadership position.
A Cottesloe resident hoping to create fun for the children in the street has been knocked back for the second time after proposing to build a basketball court that encroached on the verge.
Rocky Bay’s huge Mosman Park site is a step closer to being offered as residential lots, with a plan to rezone the area ahead of going to market winning council approval this week.
A Perth council has become the latest town to attempt to sway the State Government to protect trees on private properties after its mayor described Perth’s tree canopy as a ‘crisis’.
The nation's top intelligence chief has unveiled a spy ring dedicated to targeting Australia recruited a former politician, who has so far not been named.
The pro-Russian rulers of the breakaway region of Transdniestria in Moldova have asked Russia for "protection" from economic pressure.
Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos Jnr will give an address to a joint sitting of parliament as part of a two-day visit to Canberra.
Australia's peak body for international development is urging the federal government to step up its foreign aid budget, or risk the nation's reputation.
Changing spending patterns have been showing up in retail trade data that is generally trending weak as financial pressures intensify.
The White House says US President Joe Biden has visited a military hospital for his annual physical exam.
Bronwyn Waugh has won Liberal preselection in South Perth in a major boilover that saw presumed favourite Hayley Cormann place last with barely one-fifth of the vote.
Exiled former Labor Party member Ben Dawkins will headline the Legislative Council ticket for Pauline Hanson’s One Nation at the next State election.
Furious hospital workers will walk off the job on Thursday after staff parking hikes have been raised from nothing, to as much as $2600 a year.
Yulia Navalnaya has urged European MPs to follow the money from Vladimir Putin and his allies following the death of her Kremlin critic husband Alexei Navalny.
Liberal MP Ian Goodenough has used parliamentary privilege to launch an extraordinary spray on his own party, invoking the Sterling First scandal to call on party insiders to resign.
Posts shared by a Liberal preselection candidate for a South West legislative council spot have come to light targeting multiculturalism, vaccines and transgender people.
Oliver Lane and Sean Van Der Wielen
A spy ring specifically targeted politicians, academics and students while others had tried to hurt dissidents in Australia, the nation's top spy has revealed.
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