Fire authorities on high alert as weather conditions are predicted to worsen in New South Wales, A Victorian man has his jail sentence increased for the manslaughter of his wife, The International Olympic Committee …
It's a century since the first trip by air from London to Australia, described as the generation's equivalent of the moon landings.
The Prime Minister defends the hefty sum paid to a celebrity tradesman to promote a government program, More airport security measures to be rolled …
Charges to impeach the United States President Donald Trump for abuse of power could be laid before the end of the year.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced an overhaul of the public service sector, in what he is describing as a move to reduce bureaucratic red …
Lawyers and experts say financial abuse is rife, despite growing awareness of the problem - with many people unaware their situation can be classified as abuse.
Health professionals will be better equipped to treat survivors of the Stolen Generations with a new set of resources that address their key concerns.
The Australian Golf Open, Boxing, Cricket, Football and Basketball head up a busy weekend of sports action.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces a shake-up of the public services sector, New Zealand's offer to resettle refugees held offshore remains on the table,Rugby Australia assures the payout to former player Israel …
'My Legal Mate' app provides support and helps students know their rights when it comes to finding a job and accessing housing.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announces changes to the public services sector, New Zealand's offer to resettle refugees held offshore remains on the …
The NATO summit in London has wrapped up, with members vowing to stick together against threats from Russia and terrorism, and recognise the challenge of a rising China.
The contentious medevac laws have been repealed after the government secured the crucial vote of Tasmanian Independent Jacqui Lambie.
Refugee advocates have expressed outrage at the federal government's vote to repeal the so–called medevac laws.
A group of migrant workers has launched proceedings in the Federal Court against a pizza supplier claiming they were underpaid nearly one million …
The details of the settlement are being kept confidential but both parties have wished each other well for the future.
A new report has revealed the academic performance of Australian students across reading, numeracy and science has fallen again.
A final report into the United States President Donald Trump has found the evidence for impeaching the US leader for misconduct in office and obstruction is overwhelming.
A body believed to be that of a missing hiker found south of Alice Springs, The federal government celebrates the repeal of the so-called medevac …
A study of international students living in shared housing has found many face poor conditions, rental rises and unfair evictions.
The Medevac laws are repealed, Australian school students drop to a record low in core subject world rankings, Israel Folau and Rugby Australia's …
Medical experts say the deadly measles outbreak in Samoa is a sign of an increasingly robust anti-vaccination movement.
The Sax Institute report provides an insight into the worsening effects of dangerous drinking for young Australians and for the first time has assessed the second-hand harm of teenagers.
The Climate Council says over 200 heat records have been broken in just 90 days this year and the coming summer season could be dire.
In the final sitting week of the year, the Prime Minister says he's open to a Royal Commission into veteran suicides and he is facing further questions over his Energy Minister.
City of Sydney has announced the Refugee Council of Australia as its charity partner for New Year's Eve.
One of two people missing in the Northern Territory outback is found alive, The Reserve Bank of Australia holds the cash rate at a record low 0.75 …
Refugee advocacy groups warn Australia's offshore detention policy could cost a further 1.2 billion dollars over the next three years.
Labor supports calls for a royal commission into veteran deaths, Firefighters work to control fires burning in New South Wales, Ash Barty takes home …
Politicians and climate diplomats have kicked off the 25th United Nations Climate Change Conference in Madrid.
Friday's London Bridge attack was first on the agenda as politicans from the UK's seven major parties held a televised debate.
Detained since January, lawyers for the pro-democracy activist say Dr Yang is being pushed to confess to allegations of spying, a crime that carries a potential death penalty in China.
The government has pledged a multi-million dollar boost to Australia's security and intelligence agencies to thwart the unprecedented threat of …
Few Sri Lankans nowadays would risk getting on board a boat to come to Australia, out of fear of fines or imprisonment by Sri Lankan authorities.
The federal government unveils a taskforce to tackle foreign interference, Concerns over the detention of an Australian-Chinese writer in Beijing, …
Almost one in four Australians has experienced major discrimination over the past two years- from being overlooked for a job or being refused a bank loan.
Federal Government urged to boost the local aged care workforce, with claims the rapid turnover of temporary workers is giving employers no incentive to improve wages and conditions.
The medevac laws will be debated in parliament this week, Around one quarter of Australians experience discrimination on a weekly basis, Lewis Hamilton wins the Abu Dhabi grand prix.
As COP25 gets underway, Oxfam report reveals more than 20 million people across the globe have been displaced by climate impacts.
Demonstrators have demanded Joseph Muscat's resignation over the inquiry into the death of a journalist killed by a car bomb in 2017 as she investigated corruption.
As federal parliament's final sitting week of the year begins, the government is turning its attention to repealing the so-called medevac laws.
Record milestones have highlighted a weekend of sport in which dominant teams have stamped their authority.
Two people have been fatally stabbed in central London, with the 28-year-old attacker Usman Khan shot dead by police on London Bridge.
Migrants on skilled visas generally earn above the median salary but it remains difficult for many to break into the workforce.
Around three in five children with a hearing impairment who receive early intervention go on to achieve a tertiary level qualification, compared to …
Australia's top legal officers have unanimously agreed to a set of draft laws they say will modernise Australia's defamation laws.
Although the number of Sudanese and South Sudanese youth offenders in Victoria is low, it's hoped the trial project will reduce misunderstandings about the legal process.
More than half of the calories humans now consume come from just four crops - and chefs want to introduce more diversity to our diets
The COP25 meeting aims to persuade countries to lay the rules to reach the agreed goal of limiting global warming under the 2015 Paris agreement.
Scott Morrison on track to become one of Australia's most well-travelled Prime Ministers, Bushfires warnings for NSW, Cricket, Australian insists the team is as prepared as possible to face Pakistan.
The Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, has dismissed suggestions he misled Parliament in his defence of embattled Energy Minister Angus Taylor, who is …
The return of day-night international cricket headlines the weekend and there's plenty more on with football, basketball, motorsport and Sydney-to-Hobart preps all fighting for attention.
Scott Morrison is on track to become one of Australia’s highest-flying prime ministers, embarking on more overseas trips in his first year in office than his predecessors.
The stereotypical portrayal of men and women by the advertising industry continues to raise concerns with experts saying girls and women especially continue to be negatively represented.
While millions of Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, some native Americans are saying "no thanks" to Thanksgiving.
Britain's main opposition party has accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson of plotting a deal with US President Donald Trump, to sell off the National Health Service.
Iconic Australian personality Clive James has died at his home in Cambridge, UK, after battling emphysema and leukemia
A Hong Kong university siege comes to an end, Writer and broadcaster Clive James dies in the UK aged 80, In AFL the Giants secure Tom Green at No.10 in last night's draft.
The PM has defended making a personal call to the NSW Police Commissioner about an investigation into an allegedly altered document involving Energy …
Two decades ago, Australians voted in a referendum to keep their connection to the British monarchy but republicans believe the time is right to again ask whether Australia needs a British head of state.
The latest Rental Affordability Index shows even in the cheapest areas of Australia, those on Newstart are paying out half of their income in rent.
A new alliance formed to advocate for a stronger focus on the mental health of women and girls believes a once-in-a-generation opportunity has …
Britain's Muslim council and Hindu council support the Chief Rabbi's comments, warning of racism in British politics.
The strongest earthquake in Albania in forty years has killed at least 21 people and injured hundreds more.
Scientists are looking at one small aspect of the delicate eco-system - the part played by marine life in transporting carbon from the surface to the deep ocean.
Westpac's chief executive has stepped down and its Chairman is taking an early retirement.
The alleged Chinese plot to infiltrate Australian parliament is having widespread political ramifications - but there are social implications too.
The Australian Federal Police has now confirmed its 'actively investigating' the claims made by a man who says he was a Chinese spy.
They're calling on the government to force public hospitals to rein in soaring costs, estimating a saving of $2 billion per year, and a much-needed drop in premiums.
Young Australians are saying they're far more concerned about the environment than they were last year.
The inventor of the worldwide web, Tim Berners-Lee, has launched an ambitious plan to govern it.
London's traffic regulator says that the Uber app was not 'fit and proper, having put passenger safety at risk'.
The Human Rights Commission and mental health experts say differences in assessing asylum claims for those who arrived by boat are causing ongoing mental health issues.
The United Nations says violence against women and girls is among the most widespread and devastating human rights violations in the world.
The UN's World Meteorological Organisation says carbon dioxide levels are rising faster than predicted and it's urging more action to avoid an …
A truck driver pleads guilty to assisting unlawful immigration after Vietnamese nationals were found in a container, China rejects allegations of …
The vote is widely seen as test of public opinion about the relationship with China while enthusiasm and participation far exceeds the power wielded by local councillors.
A trove of leaked secret Chinese Government documents has revealed 23 Australian citizens were red-flagged during a counter-terrorism crackdown which consigned tens of thousands of people to mass detention.
Australia's emphatic win over Pakistan capped off a weekend of sport in which new challengers emerged to take on competition pacesetters.
The prime Minister to present Jacqui Lambie with amendments to the Medevac laws, ASIO confirms an active investigation into Chinese espionage, Poland …
Opposition leader Anthony Albanese says the Prime Minister must explain himself over an invite for Hillsong pastor Brian Houston, a woman charged over the deaths of two infants south of Brisbane and in cricket, …
Federal Energy Minister Angus Taylor has met with his state and territory counterparts for the first time this year to discuss Australia's energy needs.
The people of Bougainville in an autonomous region of Papua New Guinea are set to start voting for independence from this weekend .
The government has responded to Peter Shergold's review of Australia's refugee settlement pathways.
The Social Outfit offers free, professional training to new migrants, employs dressmakers who are refugees, and uses fabric that would otherwise end …
The federal government announces an increase in regional refugee numbers, Revelations Australians are losing out on $6 billion a year in superannuation, Disgraced former New South Wales Labor MP Eddie Obeid to leave …
New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced level 2 water restrictions will be enforced, as the state's dam levels continue to drop amid ongoing drought.
The federal government announces an increase in the number of refugees settling in regional Australia, The Israeli Prime Minister accuses prosecutors of an 'attempted coup', Heartbreak as Australia is knocked out of the …
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is refusing to step down as leader and is vowing to fight charges of corruption against him alleging bribery and fraud.
As Australia endures drought, fires and severe heat, southern Africa is also experiencing the worst drought some farmers have seen in decades.
The first home cricket test match of the summer takes centre stage this weekend, Davis Cup tennis is on plus there's European football, and all the local football and basketball to look forward to.
Emergency warnings in Victoria and NSW have been issued for bushfires burning out of control, while in South Australia, conditions eased after a …
Over a thousand women suffering debilitating pain from pelvic mesh devices have won a landmark case against Johnson and Johnson.
Hot conditions continue around the country, The PM says there's no link between Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions and current bushfires, Oxford Dictionary declares its word of the year for 2019.
Trying to make things right for people affected by visa scams can be difficult, and can put them under additional financial stress if they make a …
Prince Andrew to step back from royal public duties after a controversial TV interview, Authorities warn of extreme weather conditions in Victoria today, A court of arbitration hearing into Chinese swimmer doping …
Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland claimed Mr Trump ordered him to pressure Ukraine's president into investigating a top political rival
Disastrous TV interview leads to Prince stepping away from public duties because of the 'disruption' to the Royal Families' charitable activities.
Australian expats are helping to form a network to give refugees previously detained on Manus Island and Nauru a fresh start in Canada under the country’s unique private refugee sponsorship program.
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