A new study into attitudes towards indigenous Australians shows that discrimination and racist attitudes are pervasive.
Federal police have issued arrest warrants for two Sydney men accused of fighting with terrorists in Iraq and Syria.
The CSIRO has paid lawyers $4.5 million to investigate bullying allegations that dogged the organisation for years but without a single instance of workplace bullying recorded.
Glenn McGrath has responded to a barrage of social media criticism after he and Brett Lee were dragged into a row over a deal the government made with India over 157 asylum seekers.
The Energy Brix brown coal power plant and briquette factory in the Latrobe Valley will be mothballed and the majority of its 37 workers made redundant.
A compulsory data retention scheme could cost consumers money, if the government doesn't pay for it, inquiry told.
The CFMEU has requested the Australian Federal Police investigate apparent leaks about witnesses and evidence from the Trade Union Royal Commission.
More than $60 million will be spent on a range of agricultural research projects over the next five years including to develop better varieties of grain that produce bigger crop yields - and hopefully better profits - for Australian farmers.
The Melbourne International Film Festival has kept visual art in its sights this year with two observational documentaries.
A new exhibition reflects, literally, the bizarre interplays of nature.