The jury in Gabel Tostee’s murder trial has told the judge it’s having trouble reaching a unanimous verdict. The case has had unprecedented media attention, something highlighted by the defence. Joseph Ogilvie reports.
A key cross-bench senator has threatened to hold the Turnbull government hostage, over a deal on gun imports he says they reneged on. It came as the Parliament debated an industrial relations reform bill. The bill aims to crack down on union …
Hawthorn midfielder Jordan Lewis is even closer to making a controversial move to the Demons this AFL trade period. Elisabeth Moss reports.
A real life Pokemon Go is swapping the fictional characters … for our feathered natives. The Aussie Backyard Bird Count has taken off as part of National Bird Week. Ashleigh Dwan reports.
A man is fighting for life after consuming a mystery drug, which has left 15 others in hospital on the Gold Coast. There are fears Schoolies may fall victim to the same batch. Emma Francis reports.
People with solar powered homes can now control their usage with smart phones. A Brisbane company developed the idea to take advantage of evolving solar battery technology. Josh Martin reports.
The first dual-national terrorist is set to be stripped of their Australian citizenship, under new security laws. But Pauline Hanson says the controversial laws should be taken even further. Molly Houseman reports.
A 39-year-old Kelvin Grove man has appeared in court, after an incident involving a knife this morning. The man was released on bail and will appear again next month. Kate Lavrencic reports.
The jury in the trial of accused Tinder date killer Gable Tostee has retired to consider its verdict. Earlier, the Supreme Court judge clearly explained their options in the murder trial. Joseph Ogilvie reports.
An exploding television set forced the evacuation of a unit block in Melbourne early this morning. Fire authorities say it’s a timely warning for all householders to check their electrical appliances. Sushma Waller reports.