The federal government attempted to deflect criticism over a funding cut to the Australian War Memorial's travelling exhibitions by pointing to money promised for a larger exhibition for the Centenary of Anzac.
That tropical holiday of soft, white sand and turquoise waters can be realised with the click of a button, thanks to the internet. But do not think it is killing off face-to-face travel agents.
A Catholic brother and former principal of a prestigious Sydney school has been accused of indecently assaulting underage students.
The aviation industry represents a constant struggle to survive. But Qantas CEO Alan Joyce has had more than half a decade to carve out a long-term and sustainable strategy, and time must surely be running out.
Tony Abbott broke with tradition and skipped an annual black tie dinner held for government senators when he attended a party fund-raiser in Melbourne on Monday night.
His light-based installation has become a treasured part of the Canberra landscape, drawing visitors at all times of day to immerse themselves in a perception-bending view of the sky.
New packaging technology designed to improve the shelf life of food is potentially toxic and should be regulated, an environmental group has warned.
The NSW government has called for a national ban on the sale and production of shampoos and other products containing microplastics before they inflict worse damage on marine environments.
Australia's Defence Chief has warned the brutal Islamic State group will sooner or later have to be defeated "on the battlefield", as the United States was reportedly preparing to ask Australia for help with air strikes in Iraq.
Tony Cahill, who has died in Sydney aged 72, is best known as the drummer in two of Australia's legendary bands of the 1960s, the Purple Hearts and the Easybeats.
WA SKYDIVING Academy’s chief instructor has spoken out following an on-ground incident involving a light plane in Pinjarra ...
POLICE are in Halls Head this afternoon investigating a suspected clandestine drug lab.
A MANDURAH teen’s passion for social justice and helping people has made her a role model for youths ...
IT WAS fourth time lucky for Lawson Patten-Williams after Western Australia broke through to win the School Sport ...
WESTERN Australians with disabilities will meet this weekend as part of the Taking Back Transport forum in the ...