Performance skills can get a person a long way in politics — in Trump’s case, all the way to the White House. But while they can get someone into the Oval Office, they’re of limited use when it comes to actually governing.
- by Nicole Hemmer
Eighty years ago this week, Victoria burned and NSW melted in bushfires and heatwaves that have gone unmatched ... so far.
- by Peter Hannam
The inquiry was due to be delivered to the state government for review in November last year.
- by Hannah Barry
In Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq, six million Syrians are camped out. Pressure is building for them to go back to Syria. So we asked them what they think.
- by Michael Bachelard & Kate Geraghty
Despite over a decade of testing the extent of the contamination footprint at Sydney Airport has remained shrouded in secrecy.
- by Carrie Fellner
Investigators are turning their attention to the medical condition of the pilot of a seaplane carrying British holidaymakers that crashed on New Year's Eve.
- by Matt O'Sullivan
Emma Phillips, 39, was given the nerve-pain drug pregabalin, sold by Pfizer as Lyrica, in 2016. Her GP wrote her a prescription to help with her viral meningitis, she says.
- by Liam Mannix
World renowned chef Heston Blumenthal is running his international restaurant empire through notorious offshore tax havens while underpaying Australian staff
- by Ben Schneiders & Royce Millar
'They made out like he was some kind of paedophile when he was in consensual relationships,' says his niece. 'He never, ever agreed to abusing anyone.'
- by Farrah Tomazin