What is it about The Good Wife (SC Ten, 9.30pm)? Compared with trendier shows, it's so staid, so talky, so barren of sex and violence and swearing. It's so old fashioned - a legal drama about serious, passionate professionals with a bracing dash of quirk, in the vein of The Practice, or even LA Law. And yet it has survived and thrived in the new world of television, along the way garnering critical plaudits and a committed fan base who declare it the best thing on the box.
The NRMA is considering providing roadside assistance for cyclists and expanding its car repair service, and will target people aged over 50 with information on jobs pensions and public transport to try to retain members.
Spies who leak sensitive information will face tough new penalties of up to 10 years' jail and internet firms could be forced to store customers' data for up to two years under sweeping national security reforms.
The veteran Aboriginal performer Archie Roach says indigenous Australia is grappling with two tragedies: the sudden death of the pioneering producer Gavin Jones and the cancellation – caused by a cut in federal funding – of the Deadly Awards, the beacon of Jones’ creations.
People who fail to report suspected domestic violence by their neighbours, friends or family could be prosecuted under changes advocated by Labor senator Nova Peris.
The Financial System Inquiry's interim report is not just about the banks. The inquiry has a surprising amount to say about superannuation, retirement incomes and financial advice. For example, the report questions whether gearing, or borrowing to invest inside a super fund should be allowed.
Abbott government rescues its financial advice laws thanks to an eleventh-hour deal with PUP, but changes draw harsh criticism.
A top Chinese general will hold high-level military talks with the Abbott government on Wednesday in a move that an expert says shows the relationship with Beijing remains on a steady course.
Papua New Guinean police are yet to interview any suspects for the murder of Reza Barati, pictured, in the offshore processing centre on Manus Island, more than five months after his death.
It started with whispers in the change rooms and ended with a call from his coach.