A bid for greater economic rights for the hundreds of thousands of New Zealand citizens living in Australia has fallen on deaf ears in Canberra despite the leaders of the two countries describing each other as brothers.
New Zealanders' appeal falls on deaf ears
Afghanistan's ambassador has vowed that the alleged turncoat killer of three Australian soldiers will face the full force of the law, including a possible death sentence, if found guilty.
Quentin Bryce praises first comprehensive Australian history publication in 25 years as a robust reminder that 'there is no history of Australia which is non-indigenous'.
Socialites, high-flying musicians and the multi-millionaires of Sydney will rub shoulders with diehard fans at the rugby league grand final on Sunday. But there will be one notable absence: Manly supporter Tony Abbott.
Afghanistan's ambassador vows that alleged turncoat killer of three Australian soldiers will face the full force of the law.
Gina Rinehart's youngest daughter has made a last-ditch attempt to avoid a public trial that will examine claims her mother acted deceitfully in running a family trust.
There are no waves at Wave Hill, 800 kilometres south of Darwin, on the edge of the Tanami Desert.
Bribery, corruption and cover-ups in Leighton Holdings' international construction empire were rife and known to top company executives and directors, according to internal company files.
Today's dirty nappies will be transformed into tomorrow's park benches under an Australian-first recycling scheme.