Refugee and asylum seeker advocates will mark 100 days of protests by people in Nauru by blockading Wilson Security car parks in Sydney and Melbourne.
People smugglers and crime gangs are systemically rorting Australia's working and student visa programs in various scams involving suspected corrupt immigration officials, employers and migration agents.
Diversity Council chief executive Lisa Annese has called on senior public servants to dispel myths about the barriers women face in the workforce and career progression.
Public patients were surprised to be transferred to a private hospital, but then they received a letter with worse news.
This man blew the whistle on the Tax Office's "covert operations" against taxpayers. They sacked him.
Louisa Wilson's parents are up for five figures - and that's without paying her HECS.
Is a NSW child worth less? – asks the campaign run by the community childcare peak body.
She has voted in 10 federal elections, worked for ministers and travelled the world as an Australian national. Now immigration is refusing to reissue her passport - because she cannot prove she's a citizen.
The Australian Tax Office will co-host the public service's first LGBTI inclusion conference on Friday.
More than 10,000 young Australian students have won government sponsorship to study in Asia in the last three years, but universities at home are cutting back on Asian studies courses.
One of Victoria's worst paedophiles is a former policeman who offended over 40 years.
The most powerful June cold front to move across south-eastern Australia in three years will chill coastal cities but turn alpine resorts into wintry idylls.
Defence and foreign affairs experts have reacted with dismay to the shock Brexit vote, warning it will lead to a more fragmented West and make the world a less secure place.
Ex-serviceman fights back tears as he testifies at royal commission.
"Not many mothers get to test their unconditional love like this" says Rita Germanos.
A keen breeze slices down Glenferrie Road and skirls around the cold bluestone of St George's Anglican Church in Malvern.
Mick Gatto has complained that in an article titled "Judge bribes, military arms sought: the Mafia's alleged Australian operations", Fairfax suggested that he is associated with illegal cannabis transportation. Fairfax acknowledges that Mr Gatto has not been charged with or found guilty of drug trafficking. If the article suggested association with drugs, Fairfax apologises.
Woman was sitting in middle of road at 4.40am when ambulance arrived.
Twenty-six prominent Australian lawyers, a former human rights commissioner and the Australian Lawyers for Human Rights have written an open letter calling for the release of seven Baha'i leaders in Iran.
One public servant called the manipulation of figures a 'fraud upon the people of Australia'.
Experts urge for better research and death certificate recording to understand youth suicide in Canberra.
Repeated assaults caused injuries that required corrective surgery, witness tells commission.
Peter Sinclair defended navy initiation rites but agreed they could get "out of control".
The opposition leader saw a perfect spot for a new school in his electorate. But the land was quickly put out of reach.
A blood test to predict the risk of premature birth as early as 18 weeks in to pregnancy can detect signs even before symptoms present, according to international researchers.
It took Anna Groth five days to get the emergency procedure she needed.
And it isn't to make sure you don't steal. Welcome to modern retailing.
The trouble was when he wasn't in the mood he was a first class crook. The type of cop who would race into your burning house to save a child then steal your wallet on the way out.
Pineapples are the latest - and strangest - weapon to emerge in the global battle against superbugs which are predicted to kill up to 10 million people a year by 2050.