The head of Adani Australia says he does not believe a Shorten government poses a risk to the company's proposed Carmichael coal mine in central Queensland.
Fighting to have the effects of my disability believed and respected can sometimes be more painful than the symptoms themselves, writes Erin Stewart.
The Brisbane City Council scraps its support for the controversial Mt Coot-tha zipline project, with Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner saying in a statement that protecting the area is his priority going forward.
Who is the worst war criminal in Westeros? Does wildfire inflict superfluous injuries? And does the use of dragons in battle breach international humanitarian law? The Australian Red Cross has crunched the numbers.
Animal rights activists block one of Melbourne's busiest intersections, chaining themselves to vans and disrupting 11 tram routes during peak hour.
Australia is on the cusp of a gin rebellion, taking on London's famous distillers at their own game and winning with a unique blend of local flavours and precocious confidence.
Some Australians of Chinese heritage say they feel their "loyalty" is being doubted under new foreign influence laws, which quietly came into effect this month.
The Australian gun lobby is as large and spends as much on political donations and campaigns, per capita, as America's powerful NRA, and is mimicking its political strategies to water down gun laws, according to a new report.
Students planning to join Friday's global day of action over climate change have been described as victims of "politically correct" teaching and include some who are "barely literate or numerate".
Thousands of Australian school students are set to strike again tomorrow, protesting against what they see as the destruction of their future. Meet four of them.