Prince Harry praises young people who embrace technology to improve the world instead of bullying or spreading hate as he joins a gathering in London to celebrate inspirational work at the Queen's Young Leaders awards.
Australian cricket's pay dispute will soon shift from a clash of ideologies to something far more serious for many rookie-listed players joining the ranks of the unemployed.
Australians have no time for "wreckers", Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says, in a thinly veiled attack on his predecessor Tony Abbott after a week of infighting and division within the Liberal Party.
It's July 1 — that means the end of financial year (EOFY) hangover begins today, and for some in Queensland, it will take a while to get over.
People with a disability can turn to advocates for help with a range of things, such as paying bills or when they face discrimination at work. But with the transition to the NDIS, there are fears the service will disappear from regional NSW.
Crunch time has come for Australia's elite cricketers after a breakdown in talks to secure a new pay deal left 230 male and female players unemployed as of this morning. So now the governing body has some serious questions to answer, writes Tracey Holmes.
The new list of occupations for which workers can apply for a skilled worker visa has been released, despite some sectors complaining it would harm their industries.
Australia's cricketers are hours away from being officially unemployed with no end to the argument in sight, as both sides of the negotiations accuse the other of refusing to budge.
Despite increased attention on the issue in recent years, violence against women is still a major problem in Australia but, according to new research, the media could play a key role in deterring it.
There was once a grand palace on the shore of Sydney Harbour, but soon after it burned to the ground, it was forgotten. What else has our land erased from its memory? And how do our ancient stories connect to the new?