Displaced Pashtuns Return to Find Homes “Teeming” with La...
“If I’m assured that my home and my village has been de-mined, I’d be the first to return with my family,” says 54-year old Mohammad ...
“Fake News” a Growing New Threat to Press Freedom
This article is part of a series of stories and op-eds launched by IPS on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day on May 3. The post “Fake News” a Growing Ne...
IAAF confirms rule changes which may end Semenya's middle...
The IAAF publishes rules for female athletes with high natural testosterone levels which could force two-time Olympic 800-meter champion Caster Semenya to st...
Veterans' acceptance of Frontier Wars march - a turning p...
Australian nun says she learnt she was to be deported thr...
Sister Patricia Fox, whose missionary visa in the Philippines was revoked after the President complained about her joining opposition rallies, says she was s...
'Fake news': Claim Mirabella pushed political rival not t...
A newspaper article which claimed former Liberal frontbencher Sophie Mirabella pushed her political opponent Cathy McGowan out of a photo opportunity was "fa...
Senior police tried to stop major travel agent fraud inve...
Senior Northern Territory police pushed for a major criminal investigation into travel agent fraud to stop in favour of civil debt recovery, a court is told.
Prince William 'honoured' to be picked as Prince Harry's ...
The Duke of Cambridge is returning the favour to his brother, who served as his best men when he married Kate Middleton at Westminster Abbey in 2011.
Prosser poll candidates a 'blast from the past'
Like the historic windmill in the heart of new the Upper House seat of Prosser, many candidates vying for election next month are 'a blast from the past', sa...
Japanese scientists invent real life 'Transformer' robot ...
Japanese engineers have unveiled a robot that transforms into a car that can actually carry people on board. The 3.7-metre-tall two-seater robot "J-deite RID...
AGL announces new gas-fired power plant for 2022
AGL says it will build a new gas-fired power plant near Newcastle to replace the aging coal-fired Lidell Power Station, which will close in 2022, to compleme...
'Sport can't fix this problem': Government taken to task ...
Reaction is mixed to an independent report into the integrity of tennis, with experts warning that governments, not sport, need to regulate legal sports bett...
NRL live: Broncos seek top eight spot against Rabbitohs
The Broncos travel to the Olympic stadium to face South Sydney, hoping for a win to break back into the top eight after a bad loss to the Storm. Follow all t...
Broncos hang on for thrilling win over Souths
Brisbane have sparked their NRL season with a thrilling 24-20 defeat of South Sydney at ANZ Stadium.
'Eh, that's a no': Collapsed marathon runner asked parame...
Scottish athlete Callum Hawkins says he is not angry about the slow response from organisers after he collapsed during the Commonwealth Games marathon, a dis...
Liquid paper and broken dreams: Homeowners brought to the...
Jason Hannagan had to sell his family home and an investment property after a financial lender gave his family a loan they could not afford to repay.
Crown Casino set to be fined after poker machine tamperin...
Melbourne's Crown Casino is set to be fined for removing betting buttons from some of its poker machines without approval during a "trial", the ABC can revea...
Victoria pledges record funds to keep Indigenous children...
Experts say having Aboriginal guardianship means children in out-of-home care are more likely to be safely reunited with their families • Sign up to receive ...
Black Panther artist leaves unusual surprise on Adelaide ...
A passenger travelling from Adelaide to Sydney today may have found something a bit more impressive than a half-completed crossword quiz in their plane's sea...
Australia’s Responses To Slavery Here And Abroad Are Admi...
Despite our best efforts, slavery around the world is growing, not declining writes Matthew Clarke. Raman’s grandfather was lured to work in a rice mill with...
'Like Australia Post on steroids': Chinese personal shopp...
Ever seen people clear entire shelves of baby formula at your local pharmacy or supermarket? They may be Daigou — the Chinese practice of buying on behalf of...
Telstra slapped with $10m fine after customers charged fo...
Telstra is fined $10 million in the Federal Court for signing up almost 100,000 of its mobile customers to be charged directly for third-party online content...
Australia gets first-ever festival pill-testing trial
In a nation first, festival-goers at Canberra's Groovin the Moo on Sunday will be able to get their illegal drugs tested before taking them.
Here's how Australia's recycling system can be fixed for ...
With China refusing to import mixed recyclable material, the Greens have proposed a $500 million investment to reboot the local recycling industry. But the i...
SA cop's job was to catch drug dealers, but she was one h...
A former South Australian police officer is jailed for drug trafficking while she was a member of the force. The court heard she told an official it was a "v...
Financial boss collapses at royal commission after being ...
Dover Financial Services sole owner Terry McMaster had been giving evidence to the commission for more than two hours when he began to experience problems.
Anzac Day With Dad
Watching his dad cope with returning from war has left Geoff Wells with one simple understanding about the real meaning of Anzac Day. Dad was a World War II ...
'You will be sued': Melbourne cafe owner warns staff who ...
A Northcote cafe owner accused of underpaying staff by at least $4 an hour threatens legal action against those who complained "if the harassment continues",...
Westpac concedes poor lending practices in explosive inte...
The bank's share price nosedives after the release of explosive documents detailing widespread failings in not only the quality and riskiness of its home loa...
Stunt driver jailed for 'greed-driven' engine thefts from...
A Queensland stunt car driver who was sponsored by Holden is jailed for his role in stealing more than 200 engines and gearboxes from the company's former Ad...
Stunt driver jailed for role in 'greed-driven' engine the...
A Queensland stunt car driver who was sponsored by Holden is jailed for his role in stealing more than 200 engines and gearboxes from the company's former Ad...
WA's executive purge to cost $15 million, with payouts of...
It's been revealed that 75 of the state's most highly paid bureaucrats received payouts of up to $500,000 each after their jobs were terminated, at a cost to...
Anti-bikie laws unveiled to stop gangs treating Tasmania ...
As Tasmania unveils a crackdown on outlaw bikie gangs, including anti-consorting laws, the top cop admits the state has become a safe haven for them.
Salim Mehajer wants bankruptcy overturned to borrow $82 m...
Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer appeals his bankruptcy, telling a judge that he plans to borrow up to $82 million for property developments in Sydne...
Salim Mehajer's plans to borrow $82 million in jeopardy ...
Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer appeals his bankruptcy, telling a judge that he plans to borrow up to $82 million for property developments in Sydne...
Fearnley calls for NDIS funding certainty after Medicare ...
Continued uncertainty surrounding funding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme is pulling advocates' attention away from other issues facing people wi...
'We don't live and die around an election': Kurt Fearnley...
Continued uncertainty surrounding funding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme is pulling advocates' attention away from other issues facing people wi...
'You did it, Michelle': Patton Oswalt praises late wife f...
Michelle McNamara, a crime writer and the wife of comedian Patton Oswalt, spent years researching the serial killings before her death in 2016.
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DELWP
National ban on NT citrus putting livelihoods at stake
Top End growers are counting the cost of a national ban on the Territory's citrus fruit, after a destructive disease made an unwelcome comeback.
Bad Blood: Cate Faehrmann And The Battle For The NSW Gree...
In the final of a special three part series, Michael Brull reviews an internal Greens NSW battle that spilled into the public, and ultimately into a court ro...
Boat journey ends in 'entirely avoidable' deaths of two men
The deaths of two men from carbon monoxide poisoning on a boat moored in Hobart were "tragic and completely avoidable accidents", Coroner Simon Cooper says.
'Why wouldn't you get the passengers off?': Judge questio...
A judge asks police to explain why passengers on a flight from Melbourne were kept on the plane for more than an hour after it landed back on the tarmac when...
Aboriginal Support Worker – Grafton
newhorizons
Food Service Supervisor
Leduc, AB Oodle Noodle
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