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- Anzac Day: Peaceful commemorations amid heavy police presence
- Australian doctor Abu Yusuf in Islamic State video promoting health service
- Canberra Raiders to be ready for South Sydney Rabbitohs: Greg Inglis
- Jose Mourinho mocks Arsene Wenger
- Kenya hopes a border wall will keep Somali violence out
- Canberra commuters left stranded due to lack of buses for Dawn Service
- Large crowds turn out for Anzac Day National Ceremony and march
- Bruce Jenner tells Diane Sawyer: I am a woman
- Arctic Council summit: environment consensus ruffled by Russia-Ukraine tensions
- Live AFL: Essendon v Collingwood on Anzac Day
- Nazi gear and buried weapons found in Brisbane raid
- Thousands line Perth streets for Anzac Day parade
- Battle looms between Chinese billionaire and Treasurer Joe Hockey over Point Piper mansion
- Canberra Raiders five-eighth Blake Austin credits family, Ricky Stuart for hot run of form
- Cronulla Sharks halfback Jeff Robson treating every game like a trial for a new contract
- Anzac Square alleged flag burner Peter Di Iorio granted bail
- AFL fixture release could be televised, says media analyst
- Kevin Muscat focused on Melbourne Victory win, not A-League Premier's Plate
- Michael Hooper welcomes George Smith challenge for Wallabies spot
- Kraigg Brathwaite ton for Windies frustrates England
- More charges over Queensland cocaine trafficking ring
- Marc Leishman and Jason Day on fire at Zurich Classic
- Man dies after being found unconscious on ship in Port Phillip Bay
- NBN Co spends $700,000 to drop 'Co'
- Pablo Francisco review: obscure gags didn't dampen comedian's charm
- Sam Burgess named man of the match for Bath
- Brisbane streets packed for Anzac Day 2015 parade
- Anzac 100: Rain doesn't stop crowds at Melbourne's Anzac dawn service
- Matthew Evans swaps Puggle Farm for Fat Pig
- Japanese museum features 'Architecture for Dogs'
- Retrovirus: Ancient virus fossils may be immunising us from the inside
- Northbridge calling: WA calls to cops misdirected halfway round the world
- Anzac Day centenary: thousands march through Sydney
- Julie Bishop 'fears the worst' for death row Bali nine pair
- Tears shed at King's Park Anzac Day centenary dawn service
- Anzac Day: Time for Australia to stop fighting other peoples' wars
- After the storm: the lessons and the future threats
- Aboriginal passport the first step to independence, says activist Callum Clayton-Dixon
- Shop staff threatened by armed robber in Merriwa
- Anzac Day centenary: Sydney dawn service interrupted by Ivy nightclub music
- Anzac Day centenary: record 30,000 turn out for Sydney dawn service
- Teenage gang charged after police raids in Gosnells
- Veterans Peter Mullaly and Lee Sarich reveal the struggles of life post-service
- Anzac 100: Australians who lived with the shadow of Gallipoli return for the light of the dawn service
- Diet Pepsi dumps aspartame as consumer backlash hurts sales
- Gallipoli 100: Security and sleeping bags as thousands cram Anzac Cove for the centenary dawn service
- Hawaii poised to be first US state to raise smoking age to 21
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Five live NRL games, one stupid blog.
The Blues are desperate to get off the mark for the season against the wooden-spoon favourites in Wellington.
A significantly enhanced security presence - including a trebling of police numbers and a directive for members to carry guns - contributed to†peaceful Anzac Day commemorations in Melbourne in the wake of last week's terror raids.
An Australian man claiming to be a doctor has appeared in an Islamic State propaganda video urging other health professionals to join the group's new health service.
Greg Inglis is tipping Canberra coach Ricky Stuart to have the resurgent Raiders pumped to the eyeballs to knock off the NRL premiers on Sunday.
Jose Mourinho has bluntly dismissed Arsene Wenger's claim that it is "easy to defend" and asked how, if that were true, his Arsenal team were knocked out of the Champions League by Monaco.
Persistent attacks by al-Shabab, the extremist Somali group that has killed hundreds of people in Kenya in the past two years, have given rise to an ambitious national proposal.
Commuters were left stranded for more than an hour at bus exchanges around Canberra on Anzac Day, as demand for services overwhelmed the system.
Large crowds have lined the Australian War Memorial grounds ahead of the national ceremony and veterans' marches.†
Bruce Jenner makes gender declaration.
US and Russian representatives at the Arctic Council have pledged to keep geopolitics separate from discussions about climate change, but a Russian deputy prime minister's tweet that the Arctic was "Russia's Mecca" ruffled some diplomatic feathers.
Follow our live coverage of the iconic Essendon-Collingwood Anzac Day clash at the MCG.
Nazi paraphernalia, Rebels Motorcycle Club supporters gear and a cache of weapons were allegedly found in a home south of Brisbane during a police raid on Friday night, in which four people were arrested.
Following the dawn service and Gunfire Breakfast thousands of people lined the streets of Perth's CBD for the Anzac Day Parade.
†The clock is ticking for Chinese billionaire Xu Jiayin to sell Point Piper's Villa del Mare.
Canberra five-eighth Blake Austin ? who could be a shock selection for City Origin when the squad is named on Sunday ? pinpointed his family life and coach Ricky Stuart's faith in him for the scintillating form he has displayed in the opening stage of his debut season with the Raiders.
After 11 years in the NRL with Manly, Parramatta and Cronulla, 32-year-old halfback Jeff Robson admitted he was at the stage of his career where every match was a trial for a new deal.
A man who allegedly burnt an Australian flag at the Shrine of Remembrance in Brisbane has been granted bail.
A prominent media analyst has suggested that the AFL could be heading for another US initative: a televised fixture-announcement.
A perfectionist to the end, Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat will ensure his players take the field on Sunday unsure of whether they've won the Premier's Plate.
Wallabies captain Michael Hooper has welcomed the prospect of the great George Smith challenging him for Australia's No.7 jumper at this year's Rugby World Cup.
Kraigg Brathwaite's determined century led West Indies to 202 for two at the close of the fourth day of the second test leaving the hosts with a lead of 37 runs.
Queensland's Crime and Corruption Commission has charged two more people as part of its investigation into a cocaine trafficking syndicate in the state's southeast.
Marc Leishman was on track for a course record in his comeback tournament before bad weather forced a halt to the second round of the Zurich Classic on a good day for Australians at TPC Louisiana.
A man has been found unconscious on a ship in Port Phillip Bay.
NBN Co has spent more than $700,000 to drop the 'Co'†from its name and change†its brand for the third time in an effort to become†more "inspiring and aspirational".
His stardom is a product of the internet age, but for those in the audience less familiar with American pop culture, many of Pablo Francisco's gags didn't quite hit the mark.
Sam Burgess confessed his surprise at being named man of the match in only his second Aviva Premiership game in the blindside flanker role after scoring one of five tries in English rugby club Bath's 43-18 win against London Irish.
?Brisbane's Anzac Day parade has kicked off to a rousing chorus of drum rolls, trumpets and cheers.
More than 80,000 have braved wet and cold conditions to attend the dawn service at the Shrine of Remembrance to commemorate the centenary of the Gallipoli landing.
The Gourmet Farmer and his partner have listed their Tassie tree-change.
And if you assume the exhibits are simply about kennels, you are in for quite a treat.
Our genomes are riddled with the detritus of ancient viruses. They infected our hominid ancestors tens of millions of years ago, inserted their genes into our DNA potentially reinforcing our immune system.
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They stood eight-deep in parts of George Street as some 22,000 veterans, servicemen and women and their families marched from Martin Place to Hyde Park on the Anzac Day centenary.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says she fears the worst for Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan, as Australian embassy officials are called to a meeting about Indonesia's plans to execute them.
There were tears and contemplation as an estimated 70,000 West Australians attended the Anzac Day dawn service at Perth's Kings Park, 100 years to the day since troops landed at Gallipoli.
Fifty years on and the anniversary of Australia's entry into its first war without Britain, the "mother country" has been ignored, smothered by the jingoism of the circus the Gallipoli centenary has become.
It seemed to sneak up on us, this storm that washed away houses and swept away lives, that devoured beaches and turned suburban railway lines into rivers.
When Callum Clayton-Dixon tried to enter Australia last week using an Aboriginal passport, he was well aware his actions were more symbolic than practical.
Staff in a Merriwa fast food outlet were threatened by a man with a knife on Friday.
The Anzac Day dawn service at Martin Place was interrupted "at least five times", including during the minute†silence,†by music coming from†George Street nightclub Ivy, a number of attendees at the service say.
A record 30,000 crowd gathered in Sydney's darkened CBD for the Anzac Day dawn service as organisers remembered it as the largest gathering since the days after World War II.
A gang of teenagers face a string of charges including robbery after they allegedly targeted vulnerable victims on their off-road motorcycles.
Peter Mullaly, 28, describes himself as the "classic example of a younger generation of veterans", struggling with the potentially debilitating effects of military service.
Thousands of visitors are streaming into Anzac Cove to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the allied invasion of the Gallipoli Peninsula in which so many young men lost their lives.
PepsiCo will start selling Diet Pepsi without aspartame later this year, the biggest change to the beverage in three decades, after a consumer backlash against the artificial sweetener crushed sales.
A bill that would make Hawaii the first US state to raise the legal smoking age to 21 has cleared the state's Legislature and is headed to the governor.
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- Refugee crisis: Europe looks to Australia for answers
- Abbott government: We don't care what the weather man says
- ZOO Weekly removes images of bikini-clad model holding poppy, DVA says
- Lawyers gain access to 'dangerous' Christmas Island compound after judge dismisses 'contrived' refusal
- Anzac 100: Heavy security as thousands prepare for Gallipoli centennial ceremony
- Walgett school crisis: Adrian Piccoli agrees to urgent meeting with teachers
- Bali nine prisoner 'speechless' over Andrew Chan, Myuran Sukumaran executions
- Department of Parliamentary Services secretary Carol Mills sacked
- Bureau of Meteorology weathermen to clip politicians' wings
- Violent flash flood leaves Dungog residents in shock after friends perish
- Australian soldier sells war medals on eBay to make ends meet
- Rana Plaza collapse: Fashion giants under fire two years after Bangladeshi factory accident
- Royal Commission into Trade Unions wants ban on officials who misuse members' funds
- Royal commission seeks access to 80,000 building workers' details
- Fear of violence stalks front-line public service workers
- Queen Elizabeth hands the Duke of Edinburgh his knighthood of Australia insignia
- Australian Vaccination Skeptics Network compares vaccines to rape
- Bank ad campaigns backfire: customers dissatisfied, ready to leave say experts
- Stephanie Scott: 1000 people gather to farewell 26-year-old teacher
- Magistrates Court trials video conferences for prisoners
- Government takes aim at controversial WA Aboriginal corporation
- ATO to abandon its tough tactics and take a more softly, softly approach
- Environmental alliance angered at Geelong Star's dolphin and seal kill
- Numan Haider's death prompts fear and loathing among young Muslims
- Anzac second only to Christmas as a community event despite changes
- Melbourne mother forced into poverty after son was diagnosed with severe autism
- Lack of funding curbs treatment for arsonists, say researchers
- Consumers tell government: 'Cut public broadcasters'
- Deep carbon emission cuts possible and inevitable, reports find
- Tens of thousands clamour for APS jobs
- ABS bosses blame government for public service wages stalemate
- Phone psychic in nepotism claim over Aboriginal land
- Dyson Heydon goes to Oxford as royal commission hearings have a rest
- Start-up Newzulu aims to cash in on Oval Office race
- Comcare reform hostage to Senate
- William Tyrrell search painful reminder for mother of 9-year-old Ebony Simpson, murdered in 1992
- Sevdet Besim leaves trail of Islamic radicalisation on social media
- Stop the boats: Three words that shame the country, says ACTU boss Ged Kearney
- Arts pointers
- Cask wine under fire as government ponders tax hike
- Kings Cross nightclub rapist Luke Lazarus to appeal conviction
- Australian War Memorial director delivers reassuring words for Anzac Day spectators
- Muslim conspiracies and the man charged with Anzac terror
- Sydney weather: Cold snap, rain to wash away autumn warmth
- Celebrity agent Max Markson demands big bucks for Walter Scott shooting video
- Melbourne's new CBD towers send Greco-Roman inspiration soaring
- Electric cars lead the charge at annual Electric Vehicle Expo at Swinburne University
- Excerpt: The Gillard Project by Michael Cooney reveals the humour at her core
- One man dares to confess to gay bashings: why won't police believe him?
- A pathway to consensus on Indigenous recognition
- Editorial cartoon
- ANZAC 100: Australia and The Great War commemorative artwork
- Killing, even in war, should be a hard thing to do says army chaplain
- Train-spotting paedophile pleads guilty after 25 years of abuse
- NGV unfurls John Herbert's age-worn Moses with fitting reverence
- When late walnuts turn golf crisis turns into a perfect storm at Yering Meadows
- AGL vows to exit coal-fired power plants as sun shines on solar
- Police drop probe into anti-Muslim 'J Church' hate letters
- NSW Deputy Commissioner Nick Kaldas may face charges from Ombudsman inquiry
- Rights versus powers: anti-corruption agencies under the gun around Australia
- Anzac Day: public servants call Anzac truce in wages war
- ATO takes in lodgers to help fill 6500 empty desks
- Abbott: Andrews government 'dead' following $420 million East West Link deal
- Head trauma statistics back neurosurgeon's hunch
- Damning report on exploitation in Australian fashion industry
- Fire victim Chris Noble's parents feel for Stephanie Scott's family
- 'Fear and greed' drive Australia's China policy, Tony Abbott tells Angela Merkel
- Safe and inexpensive: Government spruiks relocation from Nauru to Cambodia in fact sheet to asylum seekers
- Sydney weather: Enjoy the warmth as cold snap is on the way
- Ballot for passes to Anzac centenary commemorations at Gallipoli now complete
- The pun police: Facebook savvy officers lock up, 'charge' lost phone
- Museum calls on public to help solve mystery of rare quilt
- Woolworths' 'fresh in our memories' debacle puts spotlight on Anzac branding
- Chinese police pursued a man to Australia on a 'fox hunt' without permission
- Holey Dollar! Rare Australian coin tipped to sell for $600,000
- Abbott government presses states to move on gas approvals
- ID checks at the ballot box recommended by parliamentary committee
- Doctors lash out at Mental Health Commission push to shift funding from hospitals
- Police on the scrap heap - blueprint for reform in managing stress disorders
- Australia's 'Dr Death' Philip Nitschke fears arrest in Britain
- APS department orders report to be rewritten 16 times
- Global temperature records keep melting as Japan declares March the hottest on record
- Defence Department staff exposed to 'extreme' workplace health and safety risks at fuel stations
- Lawyers teaming up with public servants who rort taxpayers, says Abetz
- Debt collectors phone, email, text and write letters 65 million times a year: ACCC study
- High Court told dog on death row did not receive fair hearing
- Michelle Gordon to replace her husband on the High Court
- Odds now favour an El Nino event in 2015, Bureau of Meteorology says
- Australia's renewable energy investment grinds to a halt
- 'Stain on my brain': David Owen to tell Royal Commission of life of abuse
- Public service revolted over the Howard government's attempt to sell the ICON communication system
- APS warned of criminal charges over lies on CVs
- John Hancock and Bianca Rinehart gain access to documents in bid to prove billion dollar deeds were 'null and void'
- Researchers aim to treat Down syndrome in womb
- Rapid diagnosis kit will take five minutes to test if you've really got the flu
- Immigration probes Irish language visa fraud
From targets of mockery to just, you know, kind of practical: man bags have become a must-have.
Stella Prize winner Emily Bitto and shortlisted author Maxine Beneba Clarke's fortunes have travelled parallel paths, it seems
As a new book on women war artists is released, Lyndell Brown talks of her experiences in Iraq as an official war artist.
Playfulness and flair infiltrate the hyperrealism of Patricia Piccinini.
Across Europe, and particularly in Germany, newspapers this week carried stories that asked: Could Australia's tough border protection regime serve as a model for Europe?
You won't clip our wings, Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment Bob Baldwin warns restless forecasters.
Lad mag ZOO Weekly has removed all "offending" images of a bikini-clad model brandishing a long poppy stem to mark the centenary of Gallipoli, according to the Department of Veterans' Affairs.
Lawyers have won an emergency court order allowing them to access a Christmas Island compound that is home to 12 asylum seekers, who the government claims are dangerous.
Hundreds of police and security forces are lining the narrow road into the Gallipoli peninsula as Turkey ramps up its defence of the area.
NSW Education Minister Adrian Piccoli has agreed to hold an urgent meeting with teachers to discuss the ongoing crisis at Walgett's only high school.
One of the Bali nine sentenced to life imprisonment over the foiled attempt to smuggle heroin into Australia says he is "speechless" about the imminent deaths of co-conspirators Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
Sacked Parliamentary Services boss Carol Mills says she is leaving the Parliament in better shape than she found it.
Public servants threaten to disrupt pollies' travel in and out of the capital.
A shocked 64-year-old desperately tried to save his mate - "a top little bloke" - from the raging flash flood that tore through Dungog.
A crowdfunding campaign has raised more than $10,000 for a struggling Australian soldier forced to sell off his war medals to make ends meet.
Fashion giants Just Group and Best & Less are under fire for refusing to sign a legally binding pact that protects Bangladesh's garment workers, two years after the country's worst industrial accident.
The royal commission into trade union corruption will float proposals for the introduction of new laws that would empower the Fair Work Commission to ban union officials found guilty of wrong doing including the misuse of members' funds.
CFMEU national secretary claims the "draconian" orders could be used to blacklist union members from future construction projects.
Bosses urged to boost security at public service shopfronts after nearly 10,000 acts of aggression against staff in 12 months.
There was no moment of "dubbing" as the Queen gave her husband the insignia in a box.
A controversial anti-vaccination group has likened vaccines that prevent disease to rape, drawing condemnation from even some its own supporters.
New research shows banks' advertising campaigns are viewed with cynicism by customers who are "often on the precipice of leaving".
Eleven days ago, Robert Scott would have been walking his daughter Stephanie through the vine-covered archway of Eugowra's Eat Your Greens function centre.
Inmates will increasingly appear in court from prison rather than in person as courts struggle to cope with a surge in the prison population.
The federal government has asked a WA indigenous corporation to show cause why it should not be placed under special administration.
Tax Office public servants around the country are preparing to abandon the hard-nosed tactics used against ordinary taxpayers and small businesses.
The controversial factory freezer trawler Geelong Star has killed four dolphins and two seals on its first fishing trip in Australian waters.
The head shot from a police pistol that killed young Afghan man Abdul Numan Haider last September has echoed loudly down the weeks and months since.
Commemorating Anzac Day with a dawn service could be a thing of the past, with new research showing more than half of Australians will opt to spend the day with friends or family.
When Deborah Frith was suddenly confronted with the costs of her son's treatment, the high cost of living became too much to cope with.
More is being learnt about the type of people who deliberately light fires, but a lack of funding is hampering efforts to treat them, researchers say.
The ABC and SBS are among the things Australians would cut to balance the budget, according to a survey by Choice magazine.
Australia's abundance of renewable energy resources leaves it well-placed to exit fossil fuels altogether by 2050 at a manageable cost of the economy, according to an Australian National University report.
There have been 41,000 applications for only 1250 public service jobs.
Unions say the Australian Bureau of Statistics' public servants have heard enough excuses.
Federal Court Justice Michelle Gordon has made a series of damning findings about the role of four former directors of the Bunurong Land Council.
The former High Court judge heading the Abbott government's $61 million royal commission into union corruption spent much of this year teaching law at Oxford University, leaving the inquiry without a public hearing for nearly six months.
Australian-listed crowd-sourcing start-up, NewZulu, hopes to use the US presidential campaign to further bolster its live video streaming service.
Coalition set to need crossbench to get its way on public service workers' compensation bill.
It is almost impossible for most of us to imagine what the parents of toddler William Tyrrell are going through as they wait to learn the fate of their beloved son.
Arrested teenager Sevdet Besim showed his true colours on his Instagram and Twitter posts.
About 2000 people attended the "welcome refugees" rally in inner Sydney on Sunday, demanding the closure of offshore detention centres on Manus Island and Nauru.
A hip hop newcomer and a chamber music veteran impressed in separate shows. See reviews of Tkay Maidza and Kathryn Selby and friends at smh.com.au/entertainment
The price of cask wine could double within 18 months, with major drinks companies and health experts lobbying the Abbott government to revamp a tax system that unduly favours bulk wine sales.
Luke Lazarus, who was found guilty of sexually assaulting a young woman in an alleyway behind a Kings Cross nightclub owned by his family, is set to appeal his conviction.
Security arrangements for Anzac Day services at the Australian War Memorial are appropriate for the threat risk on the day, said director Dr Brendan Nelson.
Two days after police shot dead 18-year-old terror suspect Numan Haider last September, another Islamic teen firebrand, Sevdet Besim, responded on Twitter, demanding CCTV footage of the event.
Sydney's balmy mid-autumn will be a fading memory as a strong cold front moves in and a developing east coast low brings heavy rain over much of eastern NSW from early next week.
Notorious celebrity agent Max Markson is demanding thousands of dollars from media outlets wanting to run a video of a US police officer shooting unarmed black man Walter Scott.
Two new buildings soon be unveiled in the CBD have open, grand entrances where the street flows in, compared with traditional solid street facade and revolving doors. They are about "bringing the city in".
Electric cars are catching the public's eye.
Julia Gillard's former speechwriter Michael Cooney explains the woman behind the reserve.
Freddy doesn't know why police have chosen not to believe his shameful story, or what possible motivation he could have for lying about his involvement in violence against gay men in the 1980s.
Let's take a glass-half-full look at the push to recognise Indigenous Australians in the country's founding document and, in the words of Tony Abbott, finally "atone for the omissions and for the hardness of heart of our forebears".
The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of The Herald's editorial cartoonist.
Purchase a limited-edition commemorative artwork to support the veterans charity Soldier On.
Soldiers often have more difficulty coming to terms with killing others than facing the prospect of their own death in combat Army chaplain Pastor Ivan Grant has found.
A former senior Victorian railways official and Puffing Billy volunteer who preyed on train-loving boys for more than two decades has pleaded guilty to more than 30 serious child sex abuse charges.
Michael Varcoe-Cocks, the National Gallery of Victoria's head of conservation, has worn his best black sports jacket for the occasion - the unrolling of John Herbert's 1878 epic Moses Bringing Down the Tables of the Law.
Only seven years ago Croydon Golf Club bit the bullet and moved from suburbia to flash new surroundings in the Yarra Valley and rebadged itself as Yering Meadows. It was supposed to be a bold new start to secure a profitable future.
AGL, the country's largest greenhouse gas emitter, has vowed to close all its existing coal-fired power stations by 2050 and will not build or buy new conventional plants in the meantime.
A police investigation into anti-Muslim hate mail campaigner "J Church" has been quietly dropped, leaving dozens of the activist's targets still wondering how their unlisted home addresses were tracked down.
The NSW Ombudsman is considering referring Deputy Commissioner Nick Kaldas to the DPP to face criminal charges for allegedly misleading the inquiry into the NSW police bugging scandal.
Anti-corruption commissions are under threat across the nation and the possibility that NSW Deputy Commissioner Nick Kaldas might be charged for allegedly lying to an Ombudsman's inquiry highlights again the debate around the powers granted to anti-graft agencies.
Defence civilian personnel will hold off their fight to retain conditions and wages until after Anzac Day.
The Tax Office is emerging as a major landlord to other public service departments as it tries to offload 6500 empty desk spaces it is paying for across Australia.
Daniel Andrews is gambling his political future on the hope Tony Abbott will not be prime minister when it comes time to build the $11 billion Metro Rail Project.
It used to be a weekly occurrence for Dr Mark Winder – sitting a family down to break the news that their child had sustained a serious head injury that could be catastrophic.
Nine out of 10 companies supplying clothes to Australian consumers do not know where their cotton is sourced and most fail to pay overseas workers enough to meet their basic needs, an investigation into the fashion industry shows.
Ross and Liz Noble have a unique insight into what the family of murdered school teacher Stephanie Scott will going through as the coming weeks and months bring her funeral and the police investigation and the justice process takes it course.
Tony Abbott has admitted at the highest international level that Australia's policies towards China are driven by two emotions: "fear and greed".
An Abbott government fact sheet, handed to asylum seekers in the Nauru detention centre and refugees living on Nauru by immigration officials, talks up Cambodia as a secure and harmonious society with a cheap cost of living.
Enjoy Sydney’s late burst of summer weather while it lasts because a cold, wet and windy burst is on the way.
The government has published the results of its ballot for passes to Anzac centenary commemorations at Gallipoli on April 25. All 8120 passes have been accepted and the demographics of those in attendance at this year's service will differ markedly to years past.
A Melbourne woman's iPhone has been locked up and “charged” after being handed in to a country police station.
Conservators at the National Museum Australia have a mystery on their hands. And to solve it, they need the public's help.
Woolworths’ ill-conceived campaign may have been removed but there are plenty of other companies using the Anzacs to plug their wares.
The Abbott government summonsed senior Chinese diplomats to express "deep concerns" after Chinese police travelled to Melbourne to pursue a tour bus driver accused of bribery.
Got a spare $600,000? If so, you could pick up one of Australia’s rarest coins.
The Abbott government is stepping up pressure on the states to foster “the responsible development of the unconventional gas industry”, including coal seam gas.
Voters would be required to prove their identity before casting a ballot under changes recommended by a federal parliamentary committee on electoral reform.
Psychiatrists have lashed out at a plan to cut $1 billion from state and territory hospitals and move it into community and other care.
Police who are psychologically injured on the job and who take their own lives should be included on the official police honour role under a blueprint to reform systemic problems in the way post traumatic stress disorder is managed.
Australia's "Dr Death", Philip Nitschke, fears he could be arrested by British police when he attends an interview about his euthanasia advocacy work in the UK on Thursday.
A Commonwealth department has produced 17 versions of a consultant's report, but none will be made public.
Global temperature records continue to tumble with March coming in as the hottest in data going back to 1891, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency
Internal documents reveal concerns for staff and Australians living close to Defence fuel stations.
Public service minister vents fury on yoga retreats and grass cutting services.
Australians are being hounded by debt collectors more than 65 million times a year, in the form of letters, emails, texts and phone calls.
A Staffordshire terrier called Izzy is hoping for a reprieve after being condemned to death for biting a woman's finger.
Federal court judge Michelle Gordon has been appointed to the High Court, and in an unusual twist will replace her husband Justice Kenneth Hayne who is retiring from the bench.
Australia's chances of a hotter and drier than usual year have increased with the likelihood of an El Nino event forming in the Pacific Ocean this year now an odds-on risk, the Bureau of Meteorology said.
Australia’s large-scale renewable energy industry has entered an investment freeze with just one project securing finance in the past six months amid political uncertainty, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
David Owen was born after his 12-year-old mother was raped, was offered for adoption in a newspaper advertisement, and was physically, sexually and emotionally assaulted for years at an isolated orphanage run by the Catholic Sisters of Mercy.
The system is facing a sell-off for the third time. The last time didn't go so well.
Public servant prosecuted over dodgy claims on CV.
The eldest children of mining magnate Gina Rinehart have been granted access to a number of documents which they say will prove that crucial agreements between themselves and their mother regarding billions of dollars in mining profits were "null and void".
Researchers are working on treatments that could one day improve the quality of life of children born with Down syndrome, and which could be given to a woman during pregnancy.
"I've got the flu." It's a phrase you've probably heard a hundred times and said on a few occasions yourself. But did you really have influenza or was it just a cold?
Australian border officials bamboozled by Gaelic language fraudsters.
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