The voters of Australia don't always agree with the immigration policies of the party they support. Though there's one clear exception.
When the Lindners began researching their family's history in making woollen socks, they discovered a long thread of tradition stretching back to 18th century Germany.
When it comes to being stopped and searched at the airport, are there certain things customs officers can and can't look at, like laptops or USB sticks?
Hateful language in parliament filters to the street, advocates say, and it can lead to disaffection so deep in some Australians that they choose not to vote at all.
A Queensland couple who forced a Fijian woman to work as their domestic servant for eight years are jailed for what a judge labelled a "callous" and "calculated" crime, after a jury found them guilty of forced labour offences.
Before she moved to Australia, Fadhaa Al-Khalidi worked for 13 years as a communication engineer in Iraq. Now she's running a food truck, and she couldn't be happier.
It was access to the immigration minister that most citizenship applicants would only dream of — lunch in a private dining room at Master Ken's in Sydney's Chinatown.
He won Australia's richest prize for literature, but Behrouz Boochani wasn't there to accept it. He was on Manus Island, more than 2,000 days after he arrived on the foreign land.
The family, who migrated to Australia from Bhutan in 2012, fears their son will face a "world of isolation" if they're deported, after learning their son does not meet Australia's migration health requirements
A meat processor says a "housing crisis" in one of the country's most productive agricultural regions is putting the business at a disadvantage because it cannot hire enough staff to expand.