More than 12,000 notifications as vaccine stocks in the private market run dry.
Tony Wright The federal government needs an early double dissolution election to "sort out" the troublesome Senate, according to Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss.
Three men wearing balaclavas and armed with machetes and hatchets have robbed a hotel in Sydney's south-west overnight.
Jane Lee Attorney-General George Brandis says it is difficult to recruit and retain Federal Circuit Court judges because they are not offered a pension.
Peter Martin Treasury secretary John Fraser has played down the reliability of economic modelling due to be released by the government to help guide the tax debate.
Paul Bibby The former head of Bega Cheese has had his sentence for child sex abuse nearly doubled on appeal to 13 years and six months.
Peter Hannam Australia's new chief scientist Alan Finkel has had "significant conversations" with leading researchers to ensure planned deep cuts to climate science programs by the CSIRO would not undermine the country's ability to deal with global warming.
Adam Gartrell Embattled Turnbull government minister Stuart Robert could be called to give evidence in court about his role in a long-running property development saga.
Daryush 'Roosh' Valizadeh has admitted to committing what "could be considered rape", by having sex with two girls he had to hold down after they repeatedly said 'no'.
Tom McIlroy The government won't say if it will make public an audit into massive cost blow outs in renovation works at The Lodge.