A high-profile chef and tourism industry figures have banded together to lobby the federal government in a bid to get Australian cruises sailing again.
Afterpay’s share price has skyrocketed since its debut on the ASX, and Aussie investors chasing similar fortunes could find them in more than 1500 stocks.
Cranky, clumsy and shortsighted – with risks of autism. Aussie parents have been warned of the risks of kids becoming addicted “screenagers”.
One of the world’s biggest music superstars will be performing in WA for the first time since 2017.
The number of people failing the Australian citizenship test has rocketed since the addition of new questions based on ‘Australian values’. However a WA professor says it is far from a perfect system.
Barnaby Joyce has promised he will do “a better job” in his second stint as Nationals leader as women in his local electorate weigh in on the scandals that saw him unseated in 2018.
Clare Armstrong and Kaitlyn Hudson-O’Farrell
Protecting agriculture jobs from a net zero emissions target, support for a new coal fired power station and nuclear energy are issues the Nationals will pursue under Barnaby Joyce.
Clare Armstrong, James Morrow and Mitch Clarke
“You’re next Albo”. Those were the fighting words hurled across the House of Representatives chamber yesterday by Deputy Prime Minister-to-be Barnaby Joyce. And he may not be far from the truth.
Lanai ScarrFederal Political Editor
The ACT’s director of public prosecutions has received a brief of evidence from Australian Federal Police regarding the alleged rape of Brittany Higgins.
Ben Roberts-Smith has tested negative after visiting a coronavirus exposure site and is expected to return to court.
Barnaby Joyce says his rise back to the leadership of the Nationals party comes after three years on the backbench reflecting on past mistakes.
Australia’s school holiday plans have been thrown into chaos for many but some have got a reprieve. See where you can and can’t travel.
Zoe Smith, Maria Bervanakis, Jack Paynter
Michael McCormack says he does not believe it was his performance that saw him surrender leadership of the Nationals to Barnaby Joyce.
Denis Handlin has left Sony Music Australia as investigations into bullying and harrassment claims at the record label continue.
Michael Gudinski’s daughter, Kate, has revealed how she found out about his passing and how she’s dealing with her grief.
Barefoot Investor Scott Pape is stepping up his campaign to improve the financial literacy of young Australians and it’s all documented in a new TV series.
Drinking too much alcohol, not sleeping enough, doing too little exercise could mean your health age is older than your actual age.
Brazen sex perverts are grooming and entrapping Australian children online, as parents pimp their own children to paedophiles.
Prisoners were being found murdered in their cells by a deranged inmate. It’s one case that still haunts prison psychologist David Mutton. Listen to our Twisted Minds podcast.
One would think that the AFL — of all the sporting bodies in the country — would have the financial wherewithal to ensure those players were looked after.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has written to Anthony Albanese urging the Opposition Leader to support measures to cut environmental red tape that is putting at risk major mining projects.
Barnaby Joyce has reportedly won a leadership spill to overthrow Michael McCormack.
James Morrow, Clare Armstrong and Georgia Clark
Sixteen men are suspected of controlling almost all the cocaine, heroin and MDMA trafficked to Australia - and surprisingly most run legitimate businesses.
An investigation of Anthony Albanese’s official disclosures to parliament shows the Labor leader has accepted dozens of free tickets to sporting events and concerts, charging taxpayers for travel to cities on several occasions.
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