Former Wests Tigers centre Tim Simona comes clean on his drug use, gambling addiction and embezzlement of charity funds.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull writes to state and territory leaders urging them to ban unvaccinated children from childcare centres.
Emergency departments are failing to conduct comprehensive mental health assessments, researchers say
One in 15 newly-released prisoners attend hospital for self-harm but emergency departments are failing in their obligations to conduct comprehensive mental health assessments, new research shows.
A groundbreaking study of former prisoners, published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry this month, has revealed high rates of self-harm following release from prison.
As Australia and India’s Test series grows ever more heated, local fans say they love the aggression shown by their team and controversial captain Virat Kohli.
PM to take ‘no jab, no play’ policy that would also ban unvaccinated children from preschools to Coag meeting
Unvaccinated children would be banned from childcare centres and preschools across the country under a push by the federal government.
The prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has written to state and territory leaders in a move towards introducing nationally consistent laws to protect children across Australia. He says he will take the policy to the next Council of Australian Governments (Coag) meeting.
Josh Adam, one of hundreds of people affected by problems with the NDIS, says losing his entitlements after a meeting with a poorly trained coordinator was “a kick in the gut” that left him feeling worse than he had in years.
If we don’t ensure free trade benefits are distributed equally, the world could get dangerous very quickly
It’s not often you go to a conference on agriculture and come away feeling quite scared for the future. But this week’s Abare’s 2017 Outlook conference featured a talk on the future of trade that painted a dire picture of trade barriers and nations moving into blocks that engage in trade wars and perhaps more violent conflicts. It was a stark warning to those who value the benefits of trade of the need to also value the concerns of those who miss out on those benefits.
In a conference featuring the usual talks on innovation in agriculture and pest management, the Abare conference also featured a speech by Rabobank economist, Michael Every that had me – and most in the audience – wondering if it was time to start collecting canned food and building a bunker.
One Nation leader blames former WA premier for result, saying he should have quit or been removed before election
Pauline Hanson has likened Colin Barnett to spoiled milk that should have been thrown out after One Nation fared worse in the Western Australian election than she expected, blaming the result on the party’s preference deal with the Liberals.
Early results indicate the party failed to secure a lower-house seat despite intense campaigning. But it did secure at least one upper house seat, which was the objective of the preference deal, with state leader Colin Tincknell claiming the South West.
Marriage is an outdated, sexist and unnecessary institution, writes Catherine Deveny. So why do people get married when they could just have a Love Party instead?
Fans said the singer ‘seemed really tearful’ after paramedics took the 47-year-old fan to hospital
Singer Adele was forced to temporarily halt a concert in Sydney after a fan suffered a cardiac arrest.
Footage of Friday night’s concert at the ANZ Stadium filmed by fans attending the Australian leg of her tour shows the singer becoming concerned when medics arrived to attend to a woman in the audience.