Tobacco ills more likely for disadvantaged
Tobacco accounts for one in eight deaths in Australia, but people living in disadvantaged areas are more likely to develop diseases from smoking.
The union regulator has defended its role in raids on union offices after the investigation was ruled invalid in court.
The workplace regulator has admitted more consideration could have been given to George Calombaris underpaying his workers $7.8 million when deciding his fine.
A Queensland abattoir at the centre of animal cruelty allegations made four reports about the condition of horses arriving at the slaughterhouse.
The Australian Human Rights Commission has found immigration officers breached the rights of people in detention in nine of 14 cases examined.
Australians are paying record out of pocket costs at the GP as the Morrison government introduces draft laws aimed at stamping out Medicare fraud.
Two Sydney hoarders have continued their four-year battle over their arrests and fines for allegedly obstructing police during a council-led clean-up in 2015.
A Queensland man is on trial for the alleged stabbing murder of a German backpacker who stood in front of a car with his pants down waving his genitalia.
What we learned, heard and were amused by in Question Time on Wednesday.
Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has told a Senate hearing he does not expect any major changes to superannuation from the retirement incomes review.
The father of an international student murdered in Melbourne will return to the city to launch a new fellowship program named after his daughter.
A 38-year-old man was drunk and speeding before his ute struck and killed a 22-year-old woman in Sydney, a court has heard.
Controversial construction union boss John Setka is no longer a member of the Labor Party after withdrawing his legal challenge.
A two-year stamp duty rebate has been introduced in Western Australia, costing the state budget about $29 million.
A MALE is being airlifted to hospital after being cut free from his crashed car in Sturt St this evening. He had collided with a parked truck near intersection of Darling and Sturt streets. Emergency services including CFA, ambulance and police...
Seven teenagers have been charged following the theft of $20,000 worth of stock from JB Hi-Fi yesterday
A Rumbalara under-17 player has been handed an 18-match suspension after pleading guilty to two charges of intentionally striking another player. The incidents happened in last month’s Murray Football League grand final against Cobram at Finley...