Queensland's ID scanning laws have caused a royal ruckus after Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik was refused entry to a Brisbane bar because he didn't have identification.
The National Retailers Association says proposed changes to retail trading hours in Queensland are "farcical" and won't make any difference for consumers or retail operators.
Four men accused of being members of an Islamist cell behind a van attack that killed 13 people in Barcelona have appeared in court, a day after the alleged driver was shot dead by police.
Traditional owners have faced another legal setback in their quest to block Indian giant Adani's proposed megamine in central Queensland.
What's the trial all about?* 5000 unemployed people on welfare will be tested for drugs including ice, ecstasy, marijuana and opioids.
Victorians looking for a serious relationship lasting longer than five years can find one online thanks to a government matchmaking service - for tenants and landlords.
Tasmania's wombats appear to be winning the battle against a disease that almost wiped out the entire population in a northern national park.
Fifteen-year-old terminally ill Hannah Rye, who came to national attention when she was escorted to her school formal by NRL player Trent Hodkinson, has been described as a "strong and amazing warrior".
Google's next major hardware product may be designed to bring the company's smart assistant closer to your ears.
Johnson & Johnson has been ordered by a California jury to pay $US417 million ($A525 million) to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer after using the company's talc-based products like Johnson's Baby Powder...