Boys as young as six years old have been filmed chanting extremist Muslim views and calling for US President Barack Obama to "go to hell" at a youth group meeting in Sydney's south-west.
Treasurer Joe Hockey urges big business to help reduce the cost of red tape.
Two people were arrested and 74 people were found in possession of drugs at the Dragon Dreaming festival near Yass over the weekend, police are saying.
Tony Abbott has left open the possibility of a return to emissions trading in a trade-off for the Palmer United Party's support for his controversial Direct Action climate policy.
Local shares are poised to open lower as investors assess the Federal Reserve's continuing optimism for the US economy despite some global headwinds.
Pacific territory's representatives take aim at department's capacity and call for referendum or plebiscite.
Joe Hockey's 'poorest people' comment comes back to haunt him.
Australia's special forces are elite warriors with a fearsome reputation, but it seems they have met their match in Iraq – the Baghdad bureaucracy.
A surfer has been bitten by a shark on the NSW north coast.
18-year-old Miles Davies was enjoying a day off from work, sunbaking on a grassy spot near Coogee beach by himself, when a blue van crushed his skinny frame.