Two car manufacturers remain, but will they be enough to sustain the local industry?
A police prosecutor from the NSW south coast has appeared in court over allegations he performed a lewd sex act in front of an undercover officer, disseminated child pornography on the internet and concealed a 2012 burglary.
Mark Neeld concedes he is powerless to stop the vultures circling Melbourne's playing list, but says he won't stand idly by as his young stars are picked off by rival clubs.
The Essendon supplements crisis has claimed its biggest scalp so far, with CEO Ian Robson resigning.
Indonesia has accused environmental groups of protesting against the removal of trees that don't exist.
Victorian Premier Denis Napthine knew on Wednesday that Ford would be closing car making operations in the state.
Former speaker Peter Slipper will stand trial in December over claims he defrauded the Commonwealth.
Queensland cricketer Chris Lynn could be in hot water with Cricket Australia after using Twitter to launch a scathing attack against the woman who claims she was assaulted by South Sydney's Ben Te'o.
Democratic Labor Party senator John Madigan will give away his parliamentary pay increase to provide training equipment to school students.
The defamation action brought by Schapelle Corby's family against a book publisher has been dealt a blow in the NSW Supreme Court, with her brother's case dismissed and her sister's claims narrowed.
Ford announces total manufacturing shutdown, with 1200 jobs set to go.
This year marks the bicentenary of the first European crossing of the Blue Mountains.