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- Nurse investigated for becoming beneficiary of dying man's $939,000 will
- Two men injured in factory fire at Revesby in Sydney's south west
- CFMEU workers back agreement that locks in big pay rises
- Perth netball association forced 'hysterical' 9yo girls to play in wild weather
- Police hunt for screwdriver bandit in Giralang
- Caterpillar 'conga lines' caught on video in Pilbara town
- Man was trapped in car hanging off bridge west of Brisbane
- Manis, matching lingerie, drug use: Samantha X's 7 lessons for escorts in training
- Boat capsizes off Queensland coast: one person dead, two in hospital
- US rally brings out ASX bulls
- Milk industry: Coalition announces dairy rescue package, including $555 million of discount loans
- Netball: Melbourne Vixens call for level playing field in new national league
- Election 2016: Forget about searching for budget black holes, they're not there
- Disadvantage and destiny: how to help kids struggling with maths
- Toddler undergoes surgery after 'shooting herself in the leg' with replica pistol
- Steve Waugh shares tips with Nick Maxwell's GWS Giants young leaders group
- Poisoned at work: 13-year-old among hundreds sickened on tobacco farms
- Mentally ill refugee tried to incinerate herself at Nauru, husband says
- Martin Scorsese exhibition at ACMI highlights a career written in blood
- Parramatta Eel Corey Norman to face court on illegal drugs charges
- The Uber contract explained: 'I would be loath to sign it'
- Premier's Aurukun statement: in full
- 'We've had enough': protesters throw rocks and light fires at Trump rally in Albuquerque
- Travis Cloke: I'm not leaving Collingwood
- North Melbourne coach Brad Scott hits out at AFL umpiring department
- Hawthorn v Brisbane: Cyril Rioli insists Hawks still have the talent to win the premiership
- Short Cuts: Australian director Jonathan Teplitzky shoots Winston Churchill film
- Soccer: Kevin Muscat pays tribute to departing Victory stars, looks forward to renewal
- Western Force unsettled ahead of Australian Rugby Union takeover
- Socceroos v Greece: Star Benfica striker Kostas Mitroglou to miss
- Markets Live: Running of the bulls
- Brent Harvey could nudge 450 games, says Kevin Bartlett
- Convict farmer Ian Turnbull of manslaughter, not murder, lawyer urges jury
- Senior minister Gavin Jennings booted from Victorian parliament for six months
- ANZ says fading AAA allure could send $A towards US50¢
- Rain is the snow 'killer': Looming La Nina dims prospects of a great ski season
- Olympic golf: Karrie Webb's Rio dream under siege
- Now they want to save it: London Hotel may still fall down despite council backflip
- Nine years for 'Wolf-Creek' style attack
- There is a simple solution to the council merger mess
- Ange Postecoglou rests Mile Jedinak at Socceroos training
- Baird government under pressure to bring forward election after chaotic Inner West Council meeting
- Election 2016: $6.5 million for Puffing Billy, $10 million for Metro
- 'Is this justice?': Former policeman Guy Felton convicted for family violence
- 'Abusive and aggressive' Ballarat sergeant filmed manhandling three women, IBAC hears
- Airly will introduce a Learjet for faster flights
- The 'rat', the 'powerful owl' and the 'flack jacket': BBSW traders at war
- Election 2016: Malcolm Turnbull dodges questions about $35 billion black hole in Scott Morrison's black hole
- The NRL takes a seven-week lunch break as State of Origin takes over
- Konrad Hurrell let go by New Zealand Warriors
- Police search for man missing after drink at Perth pub, bag found in river
- Election 2016: Two Labor candidates break ranks on mining donations and fuel subsidies
- Painting, repairs drive Programmed share price surge
- 'Mental torture': Australians who want to be with their family must pay $50,000 or wait decades
- 60 Minutes' Beirut debacle: Channel 9 staff fear Tara Brown will get off 'scot free'
- Towels self-combust, causing fire at Hawthorn massage parlour
- Newman-Bleijie defamation settlement: Premier announces indemnity changes
- Richmond's Nathan Drummond to make comeback in VFL
- Telstra joins $US41 million funding round for Silicon Valley start-up vArmour
- Announcing the Clique May Challenge Winner: Buildings and Monuments
- Father of Banksia Grove shooting victim Mitch Finnerty attends WA court
- Actor Michael Jace taunted wife before killing her in front of sons, court told
- Chilling message in campaign after spike in NSW road toll
- Election 2016: Northern Territory race to replace Nova Peris heats up
- It's OK to be a cry baby at bedtime, doctors say
- State of Origin 2016: Cameron Smith asks why NSW didn't pick Adam Reynolds sooner
- The sizzling sun threw a wobbly ... and set off early life on Earth
- Target is hit again - the retail industry's slow-mo train wreck
- TedX2016 Sydney: Live coverage
- Richmond Tigers great Kevin Bartlett to get statue outside MCG
- Game of Thrones' Isaac Hempstead Wright tweets reaction to Kristian Nairn's fate
- Government announces $2.7m for new Tuggeranong SES station
- Reckon faces board sweep after 70% strike against remuneration report
- Rio Olympics 2016: No Australian rowing eights qualify for Games
- Melbourne Boomers look to bright future as Etihad Stadium boss Tony Hallam takes charge
- Man charged after woman's hair cut off on Sydney bus
- Junior Paulo and James Segeyaro warned for 'consorting with criminals'
- Melbourne men admit chopping up drug buddy's body, but deny his murder
- Type 2 diabetes: weight-loss surgery should be a standard treatment, experts say
A Melbourne nurse who mysteriously became the sole beneficiary of an elderly man's $936,000 wealth a few weeks before he died is being investigated by the nurses' board.
Firefighters are battling a huge blaze at Revesby in Sydney's south west.
Victorian construction workers have agreed to a new enterprise bargaining agreement that will give them above-inflation pay rises for the next three years.
"Our girls.. were crying, sore and shattered and yet when we advised officials of this we were forced to continue playing or pay a $250 fine and were advised that it was a winter sport and our girls needed to toughen up."
Police are searching for a man who allegedly robbed a 7-Eleven store with a screwdriver in Canberra's north.
Residents in the state's North West have been left perplexed by footage showing 'conga lines' of caterpillars making their way across the Pilbara's red dirt.
The man's car was hanging 1.5m above "shallow" water.
The former journalist has set up a school to teach wannabe escorts the tips and tricks they need to become elite agents.
A search and rescue operation is underway after a boat capsized near Bowen.
Australian shares enjoyed a bumper session after a strong overnight rally on Wall Street lifted the benchmark more than 1 per cent.
Battling dairy farmers smashed by dramatic milk payment cuts will be able to apply for loans at discounted interest rates, under a $555 million loan scheme unveiled by the federal government.
Strict policing of salary cap will be imperative to protect existing clubs from resource-rich national league newcomers, says Netball Victoria president Jenny Sanchez.
The tally of costings released at the end of a campaign almost always adds up and always puts the budget slightly ahead.
There is a way to minimise the impact of a student's background, an expert says.
A 3-year-old girl has undergone surgery after police say she accidentally shot herself in the leg with a replica pistol she found.
If you want tips on how to become a revered leader, there are worse people to consult than cricket icon Steve Waugh, as the GWS Giants recently found out.
Ayu vomits every year while harvesting tobacco on her family's farm near Garut in West Java. She is one of hundreds of children believed to be poisoned by their work.
A mentally ill female Iranian refugee at Nauru locked herself in her family's unit and set it alight, her husband says, in an apparent suicide attempt that underscores the ongoing mental harm caused by the Turnbull government's offshore processing regime.
There are many themes in the work of Martin Scorsese, and they are all on display in the massive ACMI exhibition dedicated to his career.
Parramatta half Corey Norman has been ordered to front a court after he was allegedly caught with MDMA capsules and muscle relaxants at Sydney's The Star casino.
Workplace law experts say Uber leaves its drivers with few rights and very little hope of resolving disputes.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk's address to parliament.
Protesters threw rocks at police horses, burnt flags and Trump merchandise in the latest disturbance to the Republican candidate's campaign..
Travis Cloke is determined to fight his way back into the Collingwood side, declaring he's "had enough of VFL football".
North Melbourne coach Brad Scott has hit out at the umpiring department, declaring suggestions there isn't a rule of the week as "ridiculous".
Hawthorn star Cyril Rioli has conceded the Hawks have played only the one complete game this season but insists they still have the personnel and game plan to challenge for a fourth-straight flag.
A film on the besieged wartime British Prime Minister and a new "psycho-sexual thriller" feature in Australian film news this week.
Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat has paid tribute to the trio of departing stars who pulled on the navy blue shirt for the final time in South Korea on Tuesday night in Victory's 2-1 Asian Champions League loss to Jeonbuk.
Veteran halfback Alby Mathewson admits it's an unsettling period for the Western Force team ahead of the looming Australian Rugby Union takeover, especially for players who are coming out of contract.
Socceroos defenders can breathe a sigh of relief after lethal Benfica striker Kostas Mitroglou was left out of Greece's final 24-man squad for next month's friendlies in Australia.
Shares surge as investor sentiment flips, Wesfarmers drops on write-downs.
Richmond games record holder Kevin Bartlett says he can see North Melbourne's Brent Harvey reaching almost 450 games in coming seasons. Bartlett, who played 403 games for the Tigers and who will have a statue unveiled in his honour at the MCG ahead of next season, says that he fully expects Harvey to play on in 2017.
By Miranda Forster
A senior Labor minister has been suspended from state parliament for six months over his refusal to release government documents.
The Australian dollar remains overvalued, and could head fall another 30 per cent as it loses its de facto safe-haven status, ANZ says.
Expect more precipitation on the mountaintops - but will it be the right stuff?
Karrie Webb's dream of playing in golf's return to the Olympics is suddenly under threat.
A local council that issued a demolition permit for an historic Port Melbourne pub has now asked the planning minister to step in - urgently - to save it from the wrecking ball.
?Peter Van de Wetering's teenage victim had only been in Australia for a fortnight when she was force-fed chocolates laced with sedatives, cable-tied and raped in a shearing shed.
There is no excuse for thuggery and intimidation. The protesters who spat at, booed and jostled the state-government appointed head of the new Inner West Council on Tuesday night showed not only a complete lack of respect for the state government's council amalgamation process but for civil civic discourse too.
Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak sat out training on Tuesday but is still expected to line up against England on Friday night.
After being spat on and jostled by protesters, council administrator sends message to sacked mayors.
The popular Puffing Billy tourist rail line will get a $6.5 million upgrade if the Turnbull government is re-elected, just $3.5 million less than the federal government contribution to the $10.9 billion Melbourne Metro rail project.
Alison Kenny has a court win after years of family violence at the hands of her ex-husband. But it doesn't feel like justice, she says.
'It's not a good look' says sergeant of shocking footage from two separate incidents showing him maltreating women who had made inquiries at Ballarat police station.
Airly, the start-up offering flights between Sydney and Melbourne will now be using a jet to allow for faster trips.
New court documents show how traders knew about "blatant manipulation" of the bank bill swap rate as powerful traders at the big banks battled for dominance.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has dodged questions about the size of Labor's claimed budget "black hole", arguing it is up to Labor to explain its costing.
It's the choice marked "NRL". It's misleading because when you click on it, you won't get NRL at all. You'll get a completely different competition, called "State of Origin". For the next two months, clicking 'NRL' won't get you much NRL.
Konrad Hurrell's next move could be known by Thursday, after getting a release from the Warriors.
Police are preparing to launch a land, air and sea search for a WA man last seen drinking with friends at a Perth beer cafe on Friday night.
A sitting Labor MP and a Labor candidate on the NSW North Coast have split with their party to back a ban on political donations from miners and all fossil fuel subsidies.
Painting, repairs and laying turf are picking up where the mining boom fades, pushing up Programmed shares by 13 per cent.
Strict Coalition policies on family reunions have left Australians facing 'mental torture'.
Channel Nine staff fear some colleagues will be 'sacrificed' over 60 Minutes scandal - while the big stars are safe.
A pile of hot towels has self-combusted, causing a fire at a Hawthorn massage parlour overnight.
Queensland Premier announces new defamation guidelines as watchdog investigates leak.
Nathan Drummond will play football for the first time in 13 months this weekend.
Telstra is a lead backer of a big capital raising for US data centre security start-up vArmour.
"Without these local sporting venues, small towns would not have the community spirit needed to grow and prosper. This is my homage to the bowls club."
The father of a man killed in a triple-shooting in the Perth suburb of Banksia Grove has attended court to see the person accused of his murder.
A prosecutor has told jurors Michael Jace thought his wife wanted a divorce so he shot her in the back and legs in front of their two young sons.
The 164 people who lined up in rows four deep on the stadium pitch had a simple message.
As the Labor campaign rolls into the Northern Territory, the scene of Nova Peris' shock exit from politics, an urgent race to find her replacement is heating up.
Parents, cut yourselves some slack. Doctors say letting your child cry itself to sleep is no reason for you to lose any yourself.
The Maroons skipper says the Blues might have finally found their man in the Rabbitohs halfback, who will prepare for his debut in the Blues hot seat next Wednesday night.
An active but much dimmer young sun helped provide early Earth with the vital ingredients and warmer climate required for life.
The discount department store's goodwill value has gone from $2 billion to zero in two years . Now Target gets reinvented, once again.
What do an intensive care doctor, political cartoonist, quantum physicist, fat activist, neuro-finance expert and survivor of a terrorist bombing have in common? They're all speaking at TEDxSydney 2016, a one-day forum devoted to spreading ideas.
Kevin Bartlett has ruled out a handballing pose, but the AFL legend is not averse to having the MCG statue, to be erected in his honour, feature a "comb-over flowing through the air".
The actor who plays simple hero Hodor doesn't hold a grudge against the character who was his character's undoing.
It will be the first purpose built State Emergency Services facility in the ACT for a long time.
Former tech darling Reckon is bracing for its own day of reckoning after receiving an unprecedented 70 per cent vote against its remuneration report on Wednesday.
Australia won't have a men's eight at the Olympics for the first time since 1948 after failing to qualify for Rio at the final rowing regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Incoming Melbourne Boomers chair Tony Hallam sees his new ownership group as the custodians of the celebrated WNBL club rather than its owners.
A man has been charged after he allegedly used a pair of scissors to cut off a female bus passenger's hair as the into Sydney's CBD last month.
Parramatta Eels front rower Junior Paulo and Penrith Panthers hooker James Segeyaro have been issued warnings by NSW Police for allegedly consorting with convicted criminals.
The three men accused of the gruesome murder and dismemberment of a friend have admitted through their lawyers that they all chopped up his body, and helped throw the pieces into the Maribyrnong River.
The type 2 diabetes pandemic demands a radical change in treatment, experts say.
Brisbane Times National Headlines
- Muslims on what it's like to live in Australia
- Indian Consulate driver wins unfair dismissal case
- High housing prices push more people into poverty: Salvation Army
- Editorial cartoon
- El Nino bows out after driving year of record heat as La Nina lurks in the wings
- Welfare groups put pressure on government over homelessness
- Atop Everest: Frozen bodies keeping an eternal post at the roof of the world
- Australian surrogacy laws need reform, say advocates
- Body of Mount Everest climber Maria Strydom may never leave mountain
- Woolworths trolley collector underpaid $26,000 in less than four months
- Bellamy's bid to purge baby formula market of rival brand Nutriforme
- Gweagal warrior's descendants to travel to British Museum to demand return of Aboriginal artefacts
- Mafia adviser's meetings with Malcolm Turnbull, MPs
- Mount Everest: Maria Strydom and Robert Gropel's tragic adventure
- Australian academic Maria Strydom and Dutch mountaineer die on Mount Everest
- Why people risk their lives in the quest to do good
- Marriage equality: Safe Schools attacks part of the plan to kill same-sex marriage
- Embryo donor mum still waiting for IVF loopholes to be closed
- Sexting linked to early sexualisation of teenagers
- Government mulls diluting power of St John's College alumni
- How police caught father who sexually abused his surrogate twins
- Deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce faces the reality of climate change
- Smoke over Sydney: Welcome to the autumn of the future
- Beneath the black mask: inside Australia's anti-fascist Antifa groups
- Mixed response to story on artist's 'rape representation'
- Alexander Downer flags 'freer movement' for Australians emigrating to Britain
- Lyle Shelton from The Australian Christian Lobby responds to questions on marriage equality
- David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
- Major hotel chains shortchange housekeepers tens of thousands of dollars, investigation finds
- McDonald's pay deal: dirty little secret of the penalty rates debate
- Macca's pay: Work with the lot, hold the penalties
- Children's Panadol batches recalled over contamination
- 'Catch yas later' teen said, then ran, leaving mum-to-be dead in horror Hobart smash
- Supporters stay seated as 'Tinnie Terror' accused face Melbourne court
- Fears gig-economy threatens loss of 100 years of workplace rights
- The mouse versus the dragon: Law enforcement struggles against alleged customs drug network
- Customs officials allegedly involved in drug and tobacco smuggling
- Worker sacked by text message after swearing at boss was unfairly dismissed
- Will you still 'like' me? LGBTI teens come out of digital closet
- Melbourne artist filmed having sex with stranger in 'rape representation'
- Commando detained after Baghdad embassy shooting was 'allowed to shower'
- Police raid Melbourne properties linked to five men charged over alleged Islamic State boat plot
- Royal Commission on child sex abuse to target military
- For Australians accused of drug trafficking in China, Hong Kong can make a world of difference
- Australia slammed for locking up refugees on secret ASIO advice
- Michael Lynch's plan to help close Sydney's social divide
- Investment schemes overtake fake romance as the top money-spinner for scammers: ACCC
- Funding to private schools rose 'at twice the rate of public schools': report
- Antidepressants not as effective as previously thought, say doctors
- Confirmed: Southern hemisphere CO2 level rises above symbolic 400 ppm milestone
- National Museum buys Albert Namatjira watercolour painting found at deceased estate
- Health star rating on foods losing the trust of shoppers, say experts
- Creative play: In praise of getting messy
- Murray Goulburn milk farce: why weren't the farmers told?
- Inside the sex life of a college student
- Lux captured: The simple error that brought down the world's worst hurtcore paedophile
- Global sea-level expert John Church made to walk the plank by CSIRO
- Election 2016: On the road with Malcolm Turnbull
- Over-qualified, over-experienced: report reveals systemic age discrimination
- Copyright row over Honey Ant Readers divides community at Yipirinya school
- Victims of hospital ship Centaur to be remembered at Last Post at Australian War Memorial in Canberra
- Diplomats only: The store you're not allowed to shop at
- Angry florists chasing more than $188,000 owed by Ready Flowers
- Defence workers abuse taxpayer-funded credit cards
- Brett Whiteley fake art: Dealer and conservator guilty of Australia's biggest art fraud
- Council amalgamations: Elected officials out and administrators in after Mike Baird sacks 42 councils
- David Cameron's Nigeria 'corruption' comments nearly derail Securency trial, as ex-manager found guilty
- Former South Australian premier Mike Rann to advise London mayor in new role
- What is the problem with Australian schools?
- Parliament House cleaners haven't had a pay rise for four years
- Power workers strike threatens blackouts
- Car rental industry's 'bad behaviour' has gone on long enough, says ACCC chairman
- 'ISIS cheerleader' among five Melbourne men stopped from sailing to Indonesia
- Working mothers put their health second, research shows
- Global warming milestone about to be passed and there's no going back
- Canberra diplomats in black market alcohol and tobacco probe
- NDIS: ad campaign for $22 billion disability reform scrapped ahead of launch
- Ready Flowers angers customers after failing to deliver Mother's Day bouquet orders
- Cutting to the core: CSIRO to end long-standing Antarctic ice, air research
- Construction union claims 'unjust' treatment from Australian Federal Police
- Bottled water boom: Why Australians are paying more per litre than for milk and petrol
- Kiama says no to council amalgamations
- Removalist Christopher Boyce caught conning clients
- Mother's Day explained: The cards, the flowers - the myths, the motivations
- Break the Sound Barrier: Thousands of deaf children slipping through the cracks
- How autism can make the teenage years even tougher
- Budget 2016: How the Turnbull government ignored business advice and cut the dole
- Quiet please: are we losing the right to remain silent?
- Population growth has become Victoria's biggest political issue
- Albatross or platform for economic growth? Budget prompts varied response
- Federal Court finds Australia owes Nauru rape victim a duty of care
- Analysis: Cancer scammer Belle Gibson must be held accountable
- 'That would be tragic': Worries new land-clearing laws will 'gut' biodiversity
- Aussie aid worker faces uncertain path to freedom after Afghanistan kidnap
- Conwoman Belle Gibson faces $1m fines over cancer scam fundraising fraud
- Aviation industry leads survey of Australia's favourite workplaces
- Election 2016: Flat end to the 44th Parliament a bad look for Liberals
- As cold season starts, parents warned of vaporiser dangers
- Greens pledge almost $3b for new batteries to be paid by fossil fuel industries
- Royal Australasian College of Surgeons investigates secret recording of exam
The Age asked readers who are Muslim what it is like to live in Australia and how they explain extremism and Islamophobia to their children. Dozens of people responded. A selection of their edited responses are below.
Indian Consulate driver Hitender Kumar would not clear out some office files or even hang a picture of Mahatma Gandhi without written instructions from his boss. When his employer sacked him, he retaliated.
An "utterly shameful" number of people are living in poverty, an annual Economic and Social Impact report has found.
The day's big issues as seen through the eyes of the Herald's editorial cartoonist.
After a year of driving global temperatures to unprecedented warmth, the giant El Nino weather event in the Pacific is officially over, raising hopes that drought-hit regions may be in for some relief in Australia and elsewhere.
When Ian Gardiner lost his job and couldn't afford bond, he moved into his Nissan Pulsar.
The bodies lie as they fell, atop Everest.
Shane Woods and Scott Koopman have good reason to consider themselves one of the luckiest couples in Sydney.
The family of a Melbourne woman who died while climbing Mount Everest at the weekend several days ago still have not heard from her expedition company, as they come to grips with the fact her body may stay on the mountain.
A Woolworths supermarket trolley collector was allegedly shortchanged by $26,000 within four months of working.
Two baby formula brands are at war, with one claiming the other poached a lucrative supply deal with Coles.
The descendants of a Gweagal warrior shot by Captain Cook's marines as they landed in Botany Bay 246 years ago hope to travel to London's British Museum to demand the return of Aboriginal artefacts.
Slain gangland lawyer and Mafia associate Joe Acquaro spent two decades cultivating and donating to senior Liberal politicians on behalf of alleged crime figures, even having a private meeting with Malcolm Turnbull.
The Monash University community is deeply saddened by the tragic news of the loss of Dr Maria Strydom on Mt Everest. We are liaising with authorities and our heartfelt thoughts and support are extended to Maria's family, her friends, colleagues and students.
An Australian academic has died and another Australian has been injured while descending from the summit of Mount Everest.
Charity workers go to help the needy, but often find themselves needing help.
The homosexual revolution is coming. Gender queer theory is taking over our schools.
Natalie Parker is disappointed by "the lack of commitment" shown by those in power to fix the flawed donation system.
Teenagers who lose their virginity at a young age are far more likely to send sexually explicit images of themselves to others.
The University of Sydney college has spent four years cleaning up its culture but is still waiting for the government to agree to an overhaul of its council.
On a computer screen in The Hague, surrounded by police from nine countries drawn together to identify child sex abuse victims, an image appeared. It was of an Australian girl wearing her primary school uniform.
It is the moment deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce, a renowned climate change sceptic, confronted the reality of global warming.
Tired of the seemingly endless bushfire haze over the city? Better get used to it.
Australia's ranks of extreme anti-fascists rally under the red-and-black flag of anti-fascist group "Antifa" – an umbrella term covering a loose collection of socialists, anarchists, anti-racists and small-l liberals.
A Melbourne artist's short film clip, which she calls a "self-orchestrated rape representation," has provoked heated debate among Fairfax readers.
Australia's High Commissioner to Britain says Australians should be able to travel freely to the United Kingdom, in comments that will be interpreted as veiled support for those campaigning for Britain to leave the European Union.
What is the Australian Christian Lobby's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? Are you only opposed to the proposition of equal marriage or is the opposition to equality under the law for LGBTI people in general?
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
Three major 4- and 5-star hotel chains in Sydney, Melbourne an Brisbane have been found to be short-changing their housekeeping staff.
You would assume that those who work for the country's largest employers, under union agreements, would be paid proper, award rates. Not necessarily so.Not so.
A Fairfax Media investigation has examined hundreds of payslips from McDonald's staff Australia-wide and a leaked roster of one entire store
Children's Panadol is being pulled from shelves, with the national drug regulator warning batches contaminated with invisible fibres could prompt allergic reactions.
16-year-old pleads guilty over death of pregnant woman killed after stolen 4WD he was driving at 110km/h ran a red light and ploughed into her car.
Relatives and friends of five men charged over their intention to sail to Indonesia before heading on to Syria to fight for Islamic State refused to stand for the magistrate hearing the case in a Melbourne court.
Airtasker and Uber business models are threatening hard-won worker protections, law professor warns.
Allegations of corruption within Australia's border agencies have added to fears the law enforcement watchdog is too small to cope.
A network of Australian border security officials is allegedly working for organised criminals, including drug and tobacco smugglers, in the most serious corruption scandal to ever hit the nation's border agencies.
A worker who called his boss an ''old c---'' and was sacked by text message has been awarded compensation for unfair dismissal.
Now you can come out to your all friends on Facebook...anonymously.
His large, veiny hand forcefully pushes her face down to the side, his thumb pressed hard into her cheek.
The Australian security guard being held over the shooting death of a colleague at the Baghdad embassy was allowed to shower before he was detained and had his room partially cleaned, potentially destroying evidence, a former co-worker has said.
Police have raided properties in Melbourne's north and west linked to five men charged over an alleged plan to travel by boat to Indonesia in a bid to join Islamic State.
The Royal Commission into child sex abuse is set to probe claims of widespread assault in the Australian military including against young defence force cadets in recent years.
The case of an Australian ex-jockey caught in China with methamphetamines in his luggage could have been very different - if he had been arrested in Hong Kong.
UN savages Australia after authorities detained five men indefinitely on 'security' grounds, then suddenly released them into the community without explanation.
Leading international arts administrator Michael Lynch returned to Sydney after a 14 year break and was disturbed by what he found.
Investment scams has have now overtaken dating and romance scams as the category with the biggest financial loss to victims.
Union slams government over private school funding increasing at twice that of public schools.
Australian doctors are being urged to scale back their prolific prescription of antidepressants as more research suggests the drugs have been oversold.
A significant marker of rising global greenhouse gas emissions has been passed, with a key monitoring site on Tasmania's north-west tip recording atmospheric carbon-dioxide exceeding 400 parts per million for the first time.
Small Albert Namatjira watercolour found hidden at the bottom of a cupboard in Adelaide sells for $27,500.
Shoppers are confused and losing confidence in the health star rating system, with new research showing only one-fifth always or mostly view the front-of-pack score.
There's a debate raging amongst the pots of glue and crayons: is craft in pre-schools all about presents for mummy and daddy and a waste of time for the kids?
Senior management knew very well their milk price was going sour. So why weren't the farmers told?
As told to Fairfax Media by a former college student at one of Sydney's universities.
Police knew there was a house on the outer fringes of suburban Melbourne, in South Morang. A family home. Mother, father, son and daughter.
For John Church, a leading authority on sea-level rise caused by global warming, there was much that was fitting – and yet callous – about being sacked at sea.
Sunday 8 May, Canberra
After taking redundancy at 45, educated professional Viktoria Rother was sure she'd find full-time work.
A dispute over who owns the intellectual property in a series of Aboriginal readers produced at an independent Indigenous school in Alice Springs has laid bare deep rifts between the Indigenous community and the white professionals who were seen as the saviours of the school.
My family has been granted the rare honour and extraordinary privilege of having the life story of a relative read out at the Last Post service at the Australian War Memorial.
Being a diplomat has its perks, especially if you like booze.
Customers are outraged their Ready Flowers bouquets never arrived. But for the florists, the story is much worse.
Round of golf, anyone? Audit shows Defence Department lacks control of credit cards.
Two men sold three forged Brett Whiteley paintings for $3.6 million.
Unelected administrators will run 19 new councils in NSW for more than a year, after the Baird government sacked mayors and councillors from 42 councils on Thursday and drew fire for trashing local democracy.
Trial of former manager of Australian banknote company nearly derailed by the British PM.
One of Australia's most successful politicians has been appointed to advise the new Mayor of London.
Australian students will continue to slip behind in reading, maths and science unless there is urgent action from all governments, a new report has warned.
Parliament House cleaners haven't had a pay rise for four years, while watching Canberra's rates and rents skyrocket.
And they won't be leaving a skeleton staff to deal with crises.
Hertz is repaying customers it wrongly charged - but what about those outside the refund period?
Would-be tinnie soldiers arrested in Cairns before fulfilling a bizarre plan to get to Syria.
The people who work more hours than a CEO and "soldier on" when ill.
A major climate change marker is about to be passed.
Foreign diplomats based in Canberra are being investigated for their alleged involvement in the black market trade of alcohol and tobacco.
The government is relying on a social media push and community meetings to reach thousands of potential participants.
A florist business that has made the most of Google search doesn't actually make bouquets.
CSIRO plans to close its ice lab and cease key Antarctic science activities, moves that scientists warn will damage Australia's international partnerships and run counter to a new $2 billion-plus government plan for the region.
Union officials have launched an extraordinary attack on the Australian Federal Police, accusing the force of adopting an "unbalanced and aggressive" approach to union activities and executing the Turnbull government's union-busting ambitions.
It's expensive and environmentally devastating so why are bottled water sales going through the roof?
The first electoral test of the NSW Government's plan for council amalgamation shows strong opposition to the scheme
As a national removalist, Christopher Boyce reassured prospective clients they were about to sign up to an all-inclusive "gold service" relocation package. In reality, it was "the stuff of nightmares".
Mother's Day has its roots in ancient times when goddesses held sway
It was only when teachers raised concerns about her son that Tenille realised there was a problem.
For the first time, researchers ask teenagers with Autism Spectrum Disorder about their battles to be happy.
It is not every day business leaders and welfare groups line up to give the government the same message, but before the budget they were in lock-step on a key point – that the dole should be increased.
The din of modern life is so loud we are losing opportunities for quiet contemplation.
Population growth must be addressed to ensure future prosperity and health.
It's a tricky business, putting out a federal budget. It's tricky getting the politics right.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton owes a young African refugee raped on Nauru a duty of care, and must not force her to terminate her pregnancy in Papua New Guinea, the Federal Court ruled on Friday.
Belle Gibson will likely be hauled before the court after action by Consumer Affairs Victoria.
The government says its new native vegetation laws will protect biodiversity. Even the Queensland government warns against them.
Veteran aid worker Kerry Jane Wilson was banking on a "blend-in" strategy to try to avoid the many hostile groups posing a deadly threat to Westerners in Afghanistan.
Disgraced "wellness" blogger Belle Gibson could face hefty fines after Victoria's consumer watchdog launched legal action against her company.
The tyranny of distance has proved a boon to one industry in its ability to attract recruits.
At one point, as Turnbull got to his feet, 35 government MPs could be seen on their phones and tablets or working through papers.
Doctors have urged parents to take care using steam vaporisers, after a hospital study found one child a month suffered burns from the popular devices.
The Greens have ambitious plans around energy storage and will use budget negotiations to advance the latest breakthroughs in renewables.
A secret recording of a high stakes medical exam that purports to expose discrimination against a trainee within the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons is being investigated.
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