Some Liberal MPS fear taking a proposal for a religious discrimination act to an election is a risky move by the Prime Minister, but by framing the issue around multiculturalism he is presenting a challenge to Labor, writes Patricia Karvelas.
Look at the Moran Prize and the Young Archies and you see two very different snapshots of Australian faces, writes Michaela Bolad.
Adam is just one of hundreds of Australian-Indonesians helping to raise funds for victims of the devastating Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami that has claimed more than 1,400 lives.
While the corporate world seems to be heading in the right direction with the increasing representation of women in Australia's boardrooms, the same cannot be said for its cultural diversity, with 93 per cent of CEOs of British or European heritage.
After spending a year organising a visa, then taking a long flight from Nigeria, Ola Tawose was awestruck when he finally flew into Sydney.
Churches are closing nationwide, but the 'church planting' industry is booming. Meet the couple growing a congregation from a suburban lawn bowls club.
SBS Managing Director Michael Ebeid is leaving the public broadcaster after seven years at the helm, describing his decision as "one of the most difficult decisions" he has ever made.