National News

Google to pay $60m for misleading Aussies

Google has agreed to pay $60 million in penalties flowing from a long-running court fight with the Australian competition watchdog over the tech giant misleading users on the collection of personal location data.

Palmer to pay bulk of defamation costs

Clive Palmer will bear the majority of the costs from his defamation battle with Mark McGowan but West Australian taxpayers remain on the hook for some expenses.

Manly NRL player found guilty of stabbing

Manly Sea Eagles hooker Manase Fainu will remain on bail over the weekend after being found guilty of stabbing a church youth leader in a brawl outside a Sydney dance.

Minister apologises for failing veterans

The federal government has apologised to Australian veterans and their families for failings in the way the defence forces and veterans' affairs department have operated.

Deal to connect Qld wind farms sooner

One of the southern hemisphere's largest wind energy zones will be operating sooner after the federal government agreed to foot the bill to connect it to the national grid.

Kyrgios downs No.1 Medvedev in Montreal

Nick Kyrgios has scored an emotion-charged comeback win over world No.1 Daniil Medvedev to underline his US Open title credentials and book an intriguing, first-time all-Australian showdown with Alex de Minaur.