Lisa Cox, Andrew Taylor, Lucy Carroll Arts Minister George Brandis has promoted moves to block government funding for organisations that refuse corporate sponsorship following the ''preposterously unreasonable'' termination of...
Mark Kenny and James Massola A move within the Abbott cabinet to establish a homeland security super-ministry drawing together several major departments and functions looks to have been scuttled because senior figures viewed it...
Kate Hagan, Health Reporter Almost two-thirds of women with advanced breast cancer experience financial difficulty as a result of their diagnosis, with average out-of-pocket costs of $687 each month.
Rachel Olding A Lakemba money transfer business owned by the sister and brother-in-law of Sydney terrorist Khaled Sharrouf will be shut down after it failed to convince authorities that millions of dollars sent to...
Anna Patty, Workplace Editor Anna Patty
Greg Pemberton A grandmother tells of terrible thrashings, recalling leather belts and canes.
Heath Aston and Georgia Wilkins A senior member of the Coalition has warned that corporate tax avoidance and the repatriation of profits overseas is "the greatest financial challenge" facing Australia.
Miki Perkins, Social Affairs Reporter Gillian Fletcher always thought menopause was something that happened to really old women.
Noel Towell The Abbott government is planning a fresh assault on its public service's compo culture with more sweeping reforms planned for the Commonwealth workers' compensation schemes.
Esther Han The Reserve Our Gas campaign has been launched to demand the federal government pass laws to ensure a percentage of gas is kept for domestic use at domestic prices rather than being exported.
Immigration Minister Scott Morrison says forced marriages are an "assault on Australian values" after authorities intercepted a 14-year-old girl destined for an arranged wedding in Lebanon.
Paul Bibby The young Able Seaman was expecting trouble.
Noel Towell and Lisa Cox Bill for golden handshakes hits an all-time high.
John Thistleton Vote decides future of Capital Golf Club.
Julie-Anne Davies Embattled euthanasia campaigner Dr Philip Nitschke has been investigated by police on behalf of Coroners in every Australian state over his involvement in nearly 20 suicide deaths in the past three...
Rachel Olding Several of the young men detained during sweeping counter-terrorism raids in Sydney have been involved in a Muslim street preaching group that has been banned...
Jack Waterford Terrorism is an unpleasant experience, especially when people are chopping off your head as business rather than personally, but the very fact that it is means that a good deal of tosh is spoken...
David Wroe Australia is poised to install some of the toughest penalties in the world for disclosing the identity of an intelligence agent with the first raft of national security reforms set to pass Parliament.
Shane Green Subversion in our suburbs - how did we come to this, and what is the path forward?
Tom Allard and David Wroe No one wants to call it a war yet but it’s clear the task ahead in tackling Islamic State will be long and dangerous.