In her final days, Dawn Weston kept rubbing her left leg and crying.
Michael Bachelard is Fairfax's foreign editor and the investigations editor at The Age. He has worked in Canberra, Melbourne and Jakarta as Fairfax's Indonesia correspondent. He and has written two books and won multiple awards for journalism, including the Gold Walkley in 2017.
Australia's nursing homes are increasingly deadly places for their residents.
Acquire Learning, a company which once boasted former AFL boss Andrew Demetriou as chair of its advisory council, went into voluntary administration on Friday on the verge of insolvency.
With one week to go to the AOC election, John Coates' empire is beginning to strike back.
"It's hard enough for people, and this kind of comment just makes it harder," says Paralympics chief executive.
John Coates' right-hand man Mike Tancred is the subject of another formal bullying complaint, after he allegedly harangued a young female staffer who took two days off work at the Beijing Olympics after miscarrying her baby
I arrived in Melbourne encumbered.It was not supposed to be that way.
Australia's most wanted terrorist Neil Prakash tried to flee Islamic State by sneaking into Turkey but may have been undone by continued social media posts, Fairfax Media has learned.
Australia's deal with the United States to resettle people from Manus Island and Nauru has drawn a conspicuously low-key response from the thousands of asylum seekers and refugees waiting in Indonesia.
Some of the biggest alleged free speech champions on the right of Australian politics have used the defamation law to protect their own reputations even though they are trying to remove the "insult and offend" protection in the Racial Discrimination Act.