The devastating facial injuries sustained by a Canberra man when armed attackers assaulted him and his partner in their apartment “could have easily killed him” — but police say they were not even the intended target.
Senator Sam Dastyari is yet to confirm when his resignation will take effect, but the Prime Minister says he is “still taking money from the taxpayers of the country that he put second”.
Growth in high-skilled jobs is highest in Australian cities and for the country its low-skilled jobs.
A Kentucky lawmaker denies allegations he molested a member of his church when she was a teenager.
Irrespective of a donor’s nationality, what are the effects of politicians hobnobbing with billionaires on the democratic process?
We need to be very careful about the political narrative emerging to explain Sam Dastyari’s downfall.
In Fairfax, Mark Kenny argues that, by resigning over his connections with billionaire Huang Xiangmo, Dastyari “reinforced to Beijing, and to its wealthy business and political surrogates here, that Australia will safeguard its sovereignty as jealously as does China”.
Doctors claim major complications from devices such as Implanon and Mirena affect fewer than one in 1,000 women, despite reports of severe side-effects like uterus perforations.
Australians should be “saddened, angry and flabbergasted” that Indigenous patients are up to 10 times less likely to be added to the kidney donation waitlist than non-Indigenous patients, a leading renal specialist says.
Antiabortion views turned into a way for voters to show they were part of Trump’s coalition.
Proposals to change the rules for mooring rights in London “will force people off the water” it is claimed.