Health authorities struggled to find a mandatory treatment service for one of the Northern Territory's top five substance abusers, a coronial inquest in Darwin hears.
Jakarta's former governor says he will not contest his two-year blasphemy sentence in a decision made to avoid protests for the "good of the country".
As the Government scores goals on traditional Labor policy areas, you can almost see the steam rising from the Opposition benches, writes David Lipson.
US popstar Ariana Grande says she is "broken" after a man detonated an explosive device, killing 22 people, at the Manchester Arena, where she had just finished performing.
One Nation's new MPs faced their first proper day in WA's Legislative Council on Tuesday, while the Upper House appointed a female president for the first time.
Surfstitch is being sued for $100 million by disgruntled shareholders for allegedly engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct, and breaching its continuous disclosure obligations.