Big guns Jason Day, Adam Scott and Marc Leishman head a promising Australian challenge after the first round of the British Open at Royal Birkdale.
Lawyer for family of 22-year-old Aboriginal woman says: ‘You need to bring justice to Indigenous victims of the criminal justice system’
The family of a 22-year-old Aboriginal woman, who the West Australian coroner ruled was treated inhumanely in the lead up to her death in police custody, is launching legal action against the state government.
Federal Government Minister Ken Wyatt says a new Indigenous advisory body will be better established by parliament, and not through a referendum.
Former NBA player accused of defrauding former friend and mentor Philadelphia 76ers coach Brett Brown, of $750,000
Australian basketball great Shane Heal is poised to stand trial in Brisbane over allegations he defrauded Philadelphia 76ers NBA coach Brett Brown.
The 46-year-old is accused of defrauding his former friend and coaching mentor of $750,000 when Heal was sole director of three companies, which are all now deregistered.
Friday: Labor leader says economic divide fosters ‘powerlessness that drives people away from the political mainstream’. Plus: OJ Simpson gets parole
Good morning, this is Eleanor Ainge Roy bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Friday 21 July.
Australia’s chances of winning back-to-back Women’s World Cups come crashing down in a 36-run defeat against India, sparked by a stunning century from Harmanpreet Kaur.
Australians are using trust funds to minimise their taxable income to the tune of $3.5 billion a year, according to a new report from the Australia Institute, which found those who contribute the most to the country’s $3.1 trillion trust pool make more than $500,000 a year.
Australia has passed legislation to allow computers to make important decisions previously made by the ministers or staff of at least 11 federal government departments.
So you’re single and the bank account isn’t a bottomless pit of money, but becoming a mum is all you can think about. For 38-year-old Hannah Slootjes, there was a solution outside of visiting an IVF clinic or sperm bank.
The work of Katsushika Hokusai (1760–1849), one of Japan’s most prolific and enduringly popular artists, will come to Australia for the first time in a major exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria. Hokusai produced a body of work comprising some of the most recognisable and reproduced images in the history of Asian art, most notably The Great Wave off Kanagawa. Two prints of this famous image will be on show at NGV alongside over 150 of Hokusai’s artworks, including his renowned series on Mt Fuji