A man who claimed his pet pug dog was stolen at knife-point in Sydney Olympic Park earlier this month has been charged with making a false report to police about the late-night armed robbery, which police allege never happened.
Matthew Knott Universities are increasingly dependent on international student revenue to pump money into teaching and research.
Latika Bourke Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has attacked the United Nations of bias on Israel, saying his government will never support "one-sided" resolutions like the one passed by two of Australia's closest allies the United States and New Zealand.
Fergus Hunter, Tom McIlroy Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has reiterated his support for the introduction of four-year, fixed parliamentary terms following the preparation of legislation to bring about the constitutional change.
Sean Nicholls Liquor and Gaming NSW says it does not reveal individual venue data "due to legal advice".
Heath Aston The highest income earners in Australia would be forced to pay a mandated minimum rate of tax under a policy proposal being pushed inside the Labor Party to counter the populist appeal of One Nation and potentially add $2.5 billion a year to the budget bottom line.
Michael Koziol Australian businessman Dick Smith has blamed immigrants for high house prices, claiming the "enormous population increase" is making young families unable to buy their first home.
Michael Koziol Peter Dutton concedes quid-pro-quo arrangement to take Central American refugees won't start until transfers begin from Manus Island and Nauru.
Chris Johnston, Cameron Houston, Chloe Booker The small aircraft carrying four wealthy American passengers to King Island to play golf was on runway 17 at Essendon Airport. It was two minutes before 9am.
Rachel Olding A major Islamic organisation thrown into turmoil by an internal coup has been stacked with new executives that include two sacked school leaders and a halal certifier suing anti-Islam campaigner Kirralie Smith.