Paul Bibby Some boys knew it as ''the cage'', others ''the lock-up'' - a small cell with iron bars built into the door.
Paul Bibby Young boys were locked in a cage for days on end as part of a brutal regime of physical and sexual abuse meted out to dozens of youngsters at Salvation Army homes in the 1950s, '60s and '70s, a royal...
Paul Bibby Dozens of alleged rapes and indecent assaults against boys at a Salvation Army home in southern Sydney that were reported to police years later never came to court because of the victims' fading...
Victoria Police are appalled at the unprovoked attack of a Salvation Army social worker in Melbourne's CBD.
Salvation Army says sorry to Australians who were abused growing up in their homes, but victims say words are simply not enough.
Michael Gordon, Matthew Knott A local person employed by the Salvation Army has been accused of being a key assailant in the attack that led to the death of Iranian asylum seeker Reza Barati, staff employed at the Manus Island...
Catherine Armitage Girls as young as 18 months who came into contact with the NSW child welfare authorities from the 1930s onwards were routinely tested for venereal disease and evidence of sexual activity.
Daniel Flitton The torrid dilemma has dogged the Pacific solution from its earliest incarnation in the Howard years to Julia Gillard's eventual embrace of the policy.
Paul Bibby Boys living at a Queensland Salvation Army home in the 1970s were allegedly enticed into a paedophile ring run by a wealthy businessman who sexually abused them, and then flew them to the Sydney home...
Julie Power It took fairy tickles to get three-year-old Xavier O'Connor to smile for a photo on Santa's knee that will inevitably form part of his family history.
Paul McGeough After Australian Corey Donaldson robbed a US bank, he claimed he'd given all the loot to poor and needy Americans. But is he really a modern-day Robin Hood or simply a con man? By Paul McGeough.
James Robertson Legendary Australian fast bowler Alan Davidson came in off a short run and half a century of retirement on Sunday.
Deborah Snow The Salvation Army will have to shed more than 300 sub-contracted staff after losing a $74 million contract for the provision of humanitarian services to asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru.
Alana Schetzer A third of Australians believe the ties between major sporting codes and alcohol companies have become too close and a review of laws is urgently needed, according to a survey.
Julie-Anne Davies Since Tony Abbott and Scott Morrison took office, workers in offshore detention centres say asylum seekers have never had it so bad.
Julie Bindel A kidney? $135,000. A heart? Up to $1.6 million. With the number of organs now critically limited, wealthy patients are spending a fortune on illicit transplants.
Julie Power Energy companies are cracking down on people who can't pay their power bills, as experts warn ''energy poverty'' is intensifying.
Daniel Flitton Despite the recent violence and the growing tension between locals and asylum seekers, Nauru's government is committed to the cash cow that is the Pacific Solution.
Clive Palmer always thinks big, whether it's mining, property development or a bid for the Lodge. But when Frank Robson probes Palmer's past, he finds a gift for exaggeration - and distortion.
Deborah Snow and Matt O'sullivan In another life, nearly a decade ago, Colonel Chris Manning was the head of Britain's armed forces in Afghanistan.