The Coalition has finally passed its Direct Action climate change policy, thanks to support from Clive Palmer. But will it work?
While the crew of the HMAS Arunta are looking forward to time on land after three months, they know they have it easier than the Anzacs 100 years ago.
Australia intends to continue discussions on the proposed Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank, despite China's reluctance to adhere to World Bank-style governance provisions.
Australia is the only developed country without either mandated industry stockholdings, government-owned stockholdings or government control over any or some of its oil and fuel infrastructure.
The brass letters spelling ANZAC had sat fixed to a stone plinth on the Gallipoli Peninsula above the Aegean Sea for more than 14 years. On Friday morning, they were gone.
Law enforcement agencies have targeted a suspected crime syndicate deeply involved in Victorian horse racing and with ties to the AFL.
A woman who has survived dozens of medical emergencies because her blood won't clot is hoping for a normal life, writes Kate Hagan.
Students starting VCE can look back to their NAPLAN results for a prediction about their chances of gaining entry to university, research shows.
To many employees, the idea of working from home seems ideal - a day of quiet productivity with plenty of snacks and coffee to hand, and no need to even change out of one's pyjamas. But new research suggests it may not be as idyllic as it sounds.
There is a permanent fatal flaw in an aged care home planned on Sydney Harbour's Middle Head, a former chief fire control officer for the ACT has warned.
St Joseph's School has had huge success with their entries into Busselton Water's poster competition.
Thieves have ram-raided a shopping centre in Bunbury on Friday, but have left empty-handed after targeting an ATM.
A local artisan will be displaying his glass works at the end of November.