National News

Prince Harry and Meghan sue tabloid

Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle have taken action against the tabloid press, suing a newspaper for what they have called a "ruthless campaign," the Duke of Sussex said in a statement late Tuesday.

Doctors criticise welfare drug test trials

The Morrison government's plan to drug test unemployed Australians ignores the nature of drug addiction and will derail years of work by rehab organisations, senators have been warned.

Drought its own disaster type: minister

Drought Minister David Littleproud has poured cold water on calls from farmers and Labor to have regions cracking under dry conditions declared natural disaster zones.

Hall set for ring return against Gallen

It's been 26 years since his last fight and retired AFL legend Barry Hall is out to make up for lost time ahead of the "Code War" against NRL star Paul Gallen.

Report casts doubt over farm visa push

Horticulture farmers have almost no difficulty filling job vacancies, according to a federal government report undermining the sector's demand for a new visa category.

Canberra want Roosters fans in Viking clap

Canberra have called for Sydney Roosters fans to join their famous Viking clap in a bid to help surpass the AFL grand final as Australia's greatest sporting spectacle.