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8:54AM After leaving a train of devastation in north Queensland, Tropical Cyclone Trevor is heading for the Northern Territory where it is likely to intensify.
6:11PM A Queensland inquest into the death of two fishermen on a trawler that sank in rough seas has heard ropes stored near lifeboats may have stopped them launching.
2:45PM Fast rail projects could receive a boost in the upcoming federal budget, but the opposition says a more ambitious plan is needed.
2:40PM NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian says Labor leader Michael Daley's comments on Asians taking Australian jobs are racist.
2:40PM Senior Nationals minister Bridget McKenzie has announced $220 million to improve mobile blackspots and communications connectivity in regional Australia.
2:36PM The Morrison government has released a key policy for managing population growth across Australia, aiming to encourage migrants to settle in regional areas.
2:18PM Prime Minister Scott Morrison has refused to automatically preference One Nation last, saying he wants to wait for nominations to close before deciding.
1:39PM The federal government is putting $71 million towards social cohesion programs, such as community language classes and religious tolerance education.
1:25PM An upper house committee will discuss changing the 101-year-old tradition of reciting the Lord's Prayer to open Victorian parliament each sitting day.
1:25PM Skilled workers will be able to apply for permanent residency if they live and work in regional areas for three years, in a bid to lure migrants from cities.
7:49AM Australian telecommunications companies have banned a collection of sites still hosting video of the Christchurch massacre.
10:40PM Cyclone Trevor has been upgraded to a category three system that has hit landfall near the Lockhart River in far north Queensland.
7:58PM A Canberra politician has linked new laws about reporting child sex abuse with the Christchurch mosque shootings, saying both target particular communities.
7:12PM NSW Labor leader Michael Daley says his comment linking Asian immigration and young children fleeing Sydney could have been phrased better.
7:06PM NSW Labor leader Michael Daley insists he was talking about housing affordability when he warned young Australians were being replaced by migrants in Sydney.
6:29PM The federal government has announced a national hotline for victims of elder abuse and $18 million for trials of frontline services.
6:04PM A man who has accused a NSW magistrate of sexually assaulting him when he was young emailed his alleged abuser, saying "you belong in jail," a jury has heard.
5:56PM One of two brothers accused of a plane bomb plot was actually trying to prevent a terrorist act, his barrister has told a Sydney jury.
5:51PM Melbourne teenager Will Connolly, who's been dubbed 'Egg Boy', isn't pursuing legal action against Senator Fraser Anning, his lawyer says.
5:50PM Higher wages and better quality training would make more people want to become aged care workers, according to a group of home carers.
5:47PM A garbage truck driver who ran over a man sleeping on a mattress in a Sydney lane claims he wasn't driving negligently and he thought it was only blankets.
5:14PM Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned social media companies they must find a way to stop spreading videos of terror attacks after the Christchurch massacre.
3:54PM A Queensland man has been sentenced to seven years in jail for injuring a man by slashing his throat during a dispute about whether Satan would burn in hell.
3:39PM The number of permanent migrants accepted into Australia each year is expected to be capped at 160,000 - 30,000 fewer than the previous limit.
3:39PM Cyclone Trevor is bearing down on far north Queensland communities as it is set to make landfall at 4pm on Tuesday.
3:05PM Brisbane woman Katie Ann Castel has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of her husband in 2017.
3:02PM The energy minister and Labor are at odds over climate policy modelling, which paints a dire economic picture if Australia meets its emissions targets.
3:02PM A man is being questioned over the cold case murder of Jay Brogden, who was last seen alive in north Queensland in 2007.
2:09PM Unscrupulous IVF providers who peddle false hope to patients will be targeted in a new inquiry announced by Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews.
2:01PM NSW senior constable Craig Norman Williamson has pleaded not guilty to assaulting a man in custody at Surry Hills in 2018.
1:02PM Toyota's old car manufacturing plant in Melbourne will be transformed into a hydrogen production centre to power vehicles using renewable energy.
12:32PM Stockpiles of toxic waste in eight Melbourne warehouses are estimated to contain up to 19 million litres of hazardous and toxic chemicals.
12:05PM A man who killed his passenger while driving drunk and fast in central Queensland has lost an appeal against his sentence.
11:56AM The first quarter 2019 results of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry-Westpac industrial trends survey shows a decline in sentiment from December.
11:54AM Federal, state and local governments have signed a half billion dollar, decade-long deal to boost economic growth, tourism and innovation in Adelaide.
11:38AM A man who killed his Airbnb housemate over a $210 debt owed to another man has been jailed for up to 11 years.
11:24AM An elderly Sydney man has died in hospital after a car he was a passenger in plunged onto Maroubra beach last week.
11:24AM A 23-year-old man has been charged with manslaughter over the death of a man in Newcastle earlier this month following a fight.
10:09AM Queensland police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a car crash that killed two children.
10:09AM A study by Melbourne's Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute that's been presented in the US shows a link between alcohol consumption and an irregular heartbeat.
9:21AM Senior Labor frontbencher Penny Wong wants fellow politicians to call out hate speech and remind Australians of our values of inclusion, acceptance and respect.
9:21AM A V8 Supercar from the early 2000s has been seized during police raids of an alleged illicit cannabis operation in NSW.
8:29AM Queensland Police are investigating the shooting of a knife-wielding man who was fatally wounded by officers when he was confronted.
8:15AM The federal government will spend $19 million on listing cancer, Parkinson's and motor neurone drugs on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme
8:15AM NSW Labor leader Michael Daley has apologised if any offence was taken by him saying Asian migrants with PhDs were taking the jobs of young Sydneysiders.
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6:24PM Australian police have raided two homes looking for evidence for New Zealand terror investigators but have not found any matters that would be a public threat.
5:39PM Remote far north Queensland is bracing for cyclone Trevor that's expected to hit as a category two late on Tuesday.
4:39PM The Australian Communications and Media Authority wants to check the nature, extent and timing of the broadcast of content relating to the Christchurch attack.
3:26PM Queensland senator Fraser Anning joined the federal parliament after his One Nation colleague Malcolm Roberts was found ineligible to have been elected.
3:12PM The ACCC and energy regulator should monitor retail, financial contract and wholesale energy markets to halt anti-competitive conduct, a Senate committee says.
2:26PM An inquest will explore what caused the trawlers FV Cassandra and FV Dianne to sink off the Queensland coast resulting in eight deaths.
2:26PM A Perth man will stand trial accused of punching a baby in the head as the infant was held by his father, following a brief conversation between the adults.
1:04PM A dry Victorian summer has prompted a 125-gigalitre water order from the state's desalination plant which will add an estimated $10 to household bills.
12:15PM Senator Pauline Hanson will abstain from voting to censure Senator Fraser Anning after he blamed the Christchurch mosque massacre on Muslim immigration.
11:20AM The National Report Card on Youth Homelessness shows governments are still failing to address the issue of youth living on the street.
11:01AM Senator Fraser Anning has defended lashing out at a boy who broke an egg on his head and his comments about the Christchurch terror attack.
10:14AM Rookie Victorian police dog Bruce has collared his first perp on his very first job, tracking down a fleeing burglar and sinking his fangs into his leg.
9:47AM Former Australian prime minister John Howard is certain there will be renewed resolve in New Zealand to change gun laws following the Christchurch massacre.
8:51AM Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups have been on Australian intelligence's radar after the Christchurch massacre.
8:35AM A man has handed himself to police over the alleged sex assault of a minor at a Melbourne train station.
8:16AM A B-double truck has crashed into a tree in Victoria's west, killing the driver.
7:37PM A man has been airlifted to Rockhampton for treatment after being stabbed by a stingray.
11:07AM The shooting death of a prisoner who was allegedly trying to escape after he was treated at Lismore Base Hospital is being investigated by NSW authorities.
8:06PM An organisation wanting to amplify the conversation of policies affecting women will send a bus out on the federal election campaign trail.
8:06PM NSW Labor has pledged to employ more field officers to restore the state's national parks while the coalition slams the party over its luxury car tax policy.
8:06PM Victoria Police will have a highly visible presence at the international Formula 1 GP and a statewide open mosque day after the Christchurch terrorist attack.
3:36PM Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has given his strongest signal yet that Labor would seek to change the laws around setting the minimum wage.
1:23PM A man has been charged with murder after he allegedly hit another man deliberately with a car and struck him with an axe in Sydney's west.
12:46PM Amid speculation of a wind down, another rotation of Australian Defence Force personnel is preparing to head to Iraq.
7:01AM The family of slain Melbourne mother Karen Ristevski say her husband Borce think he may be covering up for someone.
10:25PM A severe thunderstorm was issued for parts of NSW with a forecast of heavy rainfall and large hailstones.
7:56PM A former Victorian upper house Greens MP has resigned from the party, saying it has become distracted by populism, self interest, power, ego and narcissism.
7:47PM The appeal bid of Hobart killer Susan Neill-Fraser, jailed in 2010 for killing her partner, has been re-opened to include a new affidavit from a key witness.
7:27PM A third man has been charged with the shooting murder of former bikie boss Mick Hawi in Sydney's south last year.
7:01PM NSW Police newest police dog recruits have been officially named by patients at Sydney Children's Hospital.
6:15PM WA's Environmental Protection Authority has withdrawn a recommendation to state government that new emissions-intensive projects should be carbon neutral.
5:44PM NSW opposition leader Michael Daley has backtracked on his luxury vehicle tax, conceding he is willing to tinker with aspects of the policy.
5:35PM Western Australia's homicide squad is investigating the disappearance of a mother and her baby more than 20 years ago, and are calling for information.
5:27PM A man who suffered a brain injury in a head-on WA highway crash that killed a married couple and left the other driver needing a leg amputation is on trial.
5:27PM The Tasmanian health department has confirmed five cases of the Barmah Forest virus, prompting a warning for the state's east coast.
5:15PM A man has been found guilty of a terror-related charge connected to the shooting of NSW Police accountant Curtis Cheng.
4:59PM A man who allegedly fired a single shot in a women's home in suburban Melbourne has faced court on numerous charges.
3:35PM Nationals leader Michael McCormack is likely to keep his job until after the election when Barnaby Joyce could get his chance to make a comeback.
3:27PM The auditor-general has cast an eye over the work of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau and found it inefficient.
3:13PM Prime Minister Scott Morrison says farmers effectively have access to an agricultural visa thanks to reforms to existing migration schemes.
3:13PM There could be a better measure of Australia's financial position than its net debt, the Parliamentary Budget Office says.
2:28PM Australian researchers have found that more than one million additional social housing and affordable homes will be needed across the country by 2036.
2:03PM Tens of thousands of Australian school and university students will turn their backs on their classrooms this Friday to call for more action on climate change.
2:03PM A beauty manufacturer has been fined thousands of dollars after shampoo leaked into a Melbourne waterway.
1:33PM The head of Australia's powerful Department of Home Affairs has warned of seven "gathering storms" posing a risk to national security.
1:00PM The South Australian government has committed $1.09 million to fruit fly management and wants other states to follow.
12:52PM A Queensland government-backed study finds a "very low" number of sharks at the site of a spate of attacks in the Whitsundays.
12:11PM Australian Taxation Office commissioner Chris Jordan is feeling optimistic after the authority was cleared of some allegations about garnishee notices.
10:33AM A $200 million state-of-the-art women's and children's hospital is set to open its doors in Melbourne's west in May.
8:47AM A man has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman on a Melbourne CBD train platform.
7:33PM A journalist and former Greens activist has been manhandled by the NSW premier's security detail during a photo opportunity in the state's north.
7:14PM A shed fire started by a faulty heater in northern Tasmania has killed thousands of egg-laying chickens.
7:04PM A Gold Coast tradie who died from silicosis was tormented by online trolls as he tried to raise awareness of the disease that killed him.