Australians' famed boozing habits are on the wane, and increasing the price of alcohol and reducing pubs' trading hours could be responsible, new research suggests.
Bianca Hall is Legal Affairs reporter for The Age
A fisherman may have caught the most expensive rock lobsters ever in 2014, paying close to $100,000 for three of the prized shellfish.
Pizza Hut had been Adam Gordon's life. He started doing dishes and making dough for the family restaurant at 14; he was a shift manager at 17, an assistant manager at 18 and a store manager at 20.
A senior federal police officer has launched legal action against the AFP, claiming she was discriminated against, and her career ruined, because she tried to transfer interstate to be with her girlfriend.
Australia's peak psychological body has officially apologised for its treatment of Aboriginal Australians over more than 200 years.
The imprisonment rate for Aboriginal Australians has increased by an alarming 52 per cent
ISLAM MUST CHANGE, screamed the Herald Sun headline, and Muslim refugee Aladdin Sisalem - no stranger to conflict with News Corp Australia - took action.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton owes a young African refugee raped on Nauru a duty of care, and must not force her to terminate her pregnancy in Papua New Guinea, the Federal Court ruled on Friday.
Australia ignored urgent pleas from its own medical experts to bring a refugee raped on Nauru to Australia for an abortion.
Despite have been made to work up to 18 hours a day, motel cleaner Maricar Virata was sacked when she went on holiday. The Fair Work Ombudsman is now looking to sue her employer.