GST, negative gearing, and super tax concessions
Nicole Hasham ABC has admitted to an "error" in a story that claimed a five-year-old who was raped at Nauru was slated to return to the island and face his attacker, after immigration officials on Monday labelled the report a "figment".
Jane Lee Hundreds of thousands of patients could flock to already-stretched hospital emergency departments for services like X-Rays if the government cuts the bulk billing incentive, diagnostic imaging group warns.
Adam Gartrell Former Howard government minister Philip Ruddock is retiring from politics to become Australia's special envoy for human rights.
Tom Arup and Peter Hannam CSIRO head Larry Marshall has sought to defend deep cuts to climate science programs after days of sustained criticism, saying global warming research was "one piece of a much larger puzzle" in solving Australia's biggest challenges.
Adam Gartrell Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has sought advice on whether frontbencher Stuart Robert has breached ministerial standards following claims the Human Services Minister had a conflict of interest during a secretive trip to China.
Nicole Hasham Some of the 267 asylum seekers waiting to be flown back to Nauru are suffering from cancer and terminal illnesses, and the first returns could potentially be made "within days".
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is considering slapping further sanctions on North Korea after the rogue regime of Kim Jong-un launched a long-range missile in defiance of United Nations rules.
Adam Gartrell Scandal is threatening to engulf another Turnbull government minister, with Labor accusing Stuart Robert of potentially breaching ministerial rules.
Peter Martin Treasurer Scott Morrison has conceded that an increase in the GST is extremely unlikely, saying it means the May budget will have room for only small income tax cuts.
A NATIONAL Union of Students survey highlights safety concerns for women studying at university.
RARE records and vintage hi-fi equipment are expected to be the hot items at this weekend’s record fair.
“LIVE music in Newcastle isn’t dead, but it’s under threat.” They are words straight from the mouth of ...