After months of uncertainty and negotiation, the State Government announces Western Australia will join the federally-run National Disability Insurance Scheme. But what will change and why are they doing it?
Charles Jenkins got drunk one night in 1965 and walked across the DMZ into North Korea. He was kept in the secretive hermit state for the next 39 years.
Three Adelaide women who know how hard it is to keep on top of rising household bills have some ideas for whoever forms the next government after the South Australian election in March.
Bruce Brown, who moulded the modern image of surfer as seeker and transformed the sport with his 1966 surfing documentary The Endless Summer, dies aged 80.
One woman says bystanders were "screaming and crying" when police pepper sprayed an unsuspecting crowd after responding to an argument on the nightclub strip.
At the moment population growth is one of the few things propping up house prices, but will it be enough?