Baden-Clay continues evidence at murder trial

Accused wife killer Gerard Baden-Clay has been questioned over his extra-marital affairs, during his murder trial today.


Opposition says welfare claims are exaggerated

The Federal Opposition says claims Australia’s welfare system is unsustainable are exaggerated.


Coalition MP’s call for changes to RET

More than a quarter of federal government MP’s in the House of Representatives have signed a petition to have aluminum production exempt from the Renewable Energy Target.


Police seek murder suspect, following Melbourne park death

Police in Melbourne are seeking assistance, after identifying a murder suspect yesterday.


Government unlikely to launch CommBank Royal Commission

The Federal Government is resisting calls for a Royal Commission in to the Commonwealth Bank.


Power restored to Sydney Airport but delays continue

Power has been restored at Sydney airport’s domestic terminal, but passengers are still being warned to expect delays.


Savile may have sexually abused dead bodies: report

Health investigators say the late BBC TV presenter Jimmy Savile might have sexually abused dead bodies.


Carbon tax repeal legislation passes lower house

The carbon tax repeal legislation has passed the lower house, with amendments


Sports wrap 26th June

A wrap of some of the major sports stories covered by NRN – Thursday 26th June 2014.


Baden-Clay giving evidence at murder trial

Accused wife killer Gerard Baden-Clay is set to give evidence at his murder trial in Brisbane today.