The voters of Australia don't always agree with the immigration policies of the party they support. Though there's one clear exception.
An estimated 15,000 people cast their ballots at Indonesia's consulate in Melbourne, one of several voting stations in Australia for an election that pits President Joko Widodo against former army General Prabowo Subianto.
It's a core human design to understand where we come from but an ancestry DNA test might be less helpful than you think, writes Caitlin Curtis.
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 Christchurch tragedy is the outcome of a century of far-right ideology that reshapes its targets every decade. Kristy Campion tracks the history of intolerance and warns the threat is growing.
Few leaders have been tested like Jacinda Ardern, but from cries of baby brain to the unthinkable tragedy of Christchurch, she is yet to put a foot wrong, writes Annabel Crabb.
Refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi becomes a citizen and is welcomed to "the Australian family" by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, a month after being freed from a Thai prison.
When Ludwika moved to Sydney from Poland, her local playgroup was a great place to meet people with her son Franek. But now the group has lost its venue and it's happening more often in NSW.