Australia will meet India tonight in the men’s cricket World Cup Final. The action kicks off at 7.30pm AEDT.
The Federal Government has announced cuts to 50 major infrastructure projects and warned more may be needed amid inflation fears.
The Federal Government will impose strict conditions on people released from immigration detention after last week’s High Court ruling.
Former UK Prime Minister David Cameron has been appointed Foreign Secretary It comes years after he left politics.
David McBride will face trial this week, accused of unlawfully disclosing sensitive information — evidence that Australian soldiers had allegedly committed war crimes in Afghanistan.
Independent MP Dr. Monique Ryan has introduced a bill to Parliament today which would put limits on lobbying activities in federal politics.
Countries at last year’s UN climate conference made a “historic” agreement to set up a fund to compensate poorer countries for climate-related extreme weather events.
The High Court of Australia has ruled that indefinite immigration detention is unlawful in the case of a man awaiting deportation.
The latest sewage drug testing report from the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission shows Australians using more ketamine and less MDMA.
Anthony Albanese is in China to meet President Xi Jinping, in the first visit by an Australian Prime Minister for seven years.
Changes to Medicare aimed at giving GPs more incentive to bulk bill patients came into effect on November 1.
Federal, state and territory governments have launched a national recruitment campaign aimed at encouraging more people to become teachers.
Israel’s military intensified its bombing of Gaza over the weekend and launched a ground attack for the first time since declaring war.
The World Bank says the global oil price could be set for another spike if the conflict in the Middle East spreads throughout the region.
This week, the media was able to name Bruce Lehrmann as the man charged with two counts of rape in Queensland earlier this year.
The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) has discovered 250,000 workers were underpaid in the 2022-23 financial year.
The Women’s Economic Equality Taskforce is urging the Government to expand paid parental leave to 52 weeks.
First Nations leaders involved in the ‘Yes’ campaign for the Voice have released a statement accusing Australians of committing a “shameful act” by voting down the referendum on October 14.
The Chinese Government has agreed to review the heavy tariffs (financial penalties) it imposed on Australian wine exports in 2020.
Harvard Professor Claudia Goldin has been awarded the top prize in economics for her investigations into the gender pay gap — the difference between how much men and women are paid.
The Victorian Government has announced a raft of housing measures to tackle the rental crisis, include an Australian-first tax for short-term rentals.
The Federal Coalition is trying to stop the ACT Government from decriminalising the possession of drugs such as cocaine, MDMA, and ice in small quantities.
If you’ve received a text from a politician telling you how to vote in the upcoming Voice referendum, you’re not alone.
The court was considering an appeal from Qantas, who had already lost twice before the Federal Court and the Full Federal Court.
The G20 world leaders meeting in Delhi has ended without explicit condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
In his final speech, RBA Governor Philip Lowe has criticised the media for personal attacks but admitted he had “difficulties” communicating.
Tougher concussion protocols could be introduced for major sporting codes after a Senate inquiry called for better regulations to limit head injuries, especially for children.
Petrol prices are rising again across Australia, and have been well above $2.10 litre in recent days in Sydney and Melbourne. Why?
Australian governments have agreed to a new domestic violence target of a 25% annual reduction in the number of women killed by partners.
National Cabinet leaders have agreed to build 200,000 extra homes by mid-2029, but have stopped short of limits on rent increases.
A group of young people have won a court case against the U.S. state of Montana, arguing climate inaction violates their rights.
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has sacked Mark Latham as leader of the party’s NSW branch, prompting an angry response.
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