The tides are changing in Australia's billion-dollar wool industry as more young women continue to weave their way into traditionally male-dominated careers.
The University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia decide against merging after failing to reach an agreement during collaboration talks.
Adult learners are increasingly filling Australia's universities, and many of them are stepping into the world of academia for the very first time with two out of every five of mature-age students having not yet already received a bachelor's degree.
Dozens of aircraft maintenance students who had their credentials revoked because of substandard training have secured more than $2 million in compensation from the SA Government.
A quiet revolution behind the wheel of Australian trucks involves Girl Guides, big rigs, and Australia's first ever all-female truck driving course.
Seniors who grew up with face-to-face contact and snail mail are turning up in droves to technology seminars, trying to keep up with the furious pace of digital change.
Challenging kids, demanding parents, social media — no wonder our school principals are finding it harder than ever to cope with the demands of the job. But recent research shows there are ways to help them, which in turn helps us all, writes Adam Fraser.
After a childhood spent not knowing how to swim, lifelong "shallow-ender" Ben Pobjie finally took the plunge as an adult. It was painful and humiliating, but also exciting and life-affirming.
It is not just straight-out-of-school teenagers taking up apprenticeships, older people are turning to training to help them make career changes.
A $188,000 payout to a now-disgraced TAFE boss found to have given "improper financial and career advantages" to a friend is "extraordinary", Tasmania's Education Minister admits.