Mark Kenny, Mark Hawthorne Thousands of Holden workers are expecting to find out their fate on Tuesday morning, many weeks after their US head office in Detroit decided to cut them adrift.
Australia's top spy agency ASIO still cannot be certain when it will move into its imposing new headquarters.
Sketch, Tony Wright, Peter Martin ''Stop the waste,'' Tony Abbott cried endlessly during the federal election, and then made a great show of moving into a little room in Canberra's Australian Police College for $110 a night rather...
Qantas has unveiled the first of five upgraded aircraft for the busy Canberra route.
Remembrance Day 2013 at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
Markus Mannheim Federal bureaucrats are so keen to demonstrate their willingness to serve the Abbott government they are changing the way they spell.
Emma Macdonald Australia's new United States ambassador John Berry has presented his credentials in a private ceremony at Government House on Wednesday.
The swearing-in ceremony at Government House with Governor-General Quentin Bryce, in Canberra. Photographs by Sydney Morning Herald photographers Andew Meares and Alex Ellinghausen.
Hamish Boland-Rudder Canberra’s CSIRO divisions are bracing for "significant" job losses after the national science organisation announced significant budget cuts for the upcoming financial year would see about 200 jobs...
John Garnaut Canberra's leading mandarins have formed a secret task force to cope with the unprecedented challenges of rising China.
Ross Peake A high-speed train into Canberra would travel through a tunnel under Mount Ainslie and terminate at a station to be built on the eastern fringe of Civic, according to a study commissioned by the...
David Wroe and Ruth Pollard A government inquiry has reignited concern over the Prisoner X affair.
Tony Trobe Welcome to By Design, a new column by Canberra architect Tony Trobe on big-picture planning and design issues.
Fairfax Media photographer Alex Ellinghausen captures a series of behind the scenes images as the Prime Minister Julia Gillard hosts the finalists of the Australian of the Year Awards 2013 at The...
Rachel Wells Australia's largest tobacco franchise could be in breach of state laws.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard says the federal government is working with local and state authorities to support communities affected by bushfires across Tasmania.
Jonathan Swan Federal government to cut TV licence fees in exchange for more Australian content.
Bianca Hall THE United Nations has given Australia a month to show how it will ensure the mental and physical safety of two refugees, one of whom tried to commit suicide this month.
Prince Charles and Camilla on their final day of six-day visit to Australia to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
Jacqueline Maley THE Asian century has a lot to answer for. It may have given rise to the burgeoning Asian middle class and the opportunity to spread the benefits of their boom (to us) but it has also incited some...