Israel’s Supreme Court has been asked to punish Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for an alleged breach of a conflict of interest agreement.
Advice from the nation’s top lawyer on the wording of the proposed change to the constitution for the Indigenous voice to parliament will not be released.
The major US indices have notched weekly gains after an up-and-down week marked by an interest rate hike and mounting worries over the banking system.
The deadline to submit supporting documentation for HomeBuilder applications will be extended for those affected by supply constraints and construction delays.
A dispute between Lebanese political and religious authorities over when to enter daylight savings time has divided the country into two time zones.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has put forward its budget requests to the federal government, saying reform could save money and time.
Russia has struck a deal with neighbouring Belarus to station tactical nuclear weapons on its territory, Tass news agency has quoted President Vladimir Putin as saying.
As Labor’s Chris Minns prepares his party to govern in NSW, the dissection of the result is underway.