The future of Julia Gillard's signature school funding reforms could hinge on her ability to strike a deal with all states and territories, with the Coalition warning it would ''unpick'' anything less than a nationwide agreement.
New migrants, price, ethics and health are driving a shift in our meat choices, once seen as a badge of national pride, writes Inga Ting.
In clubhouses and lounge rooms, they will play the putt with which Adam Scott clinched the Masters - his Masters, and Australia's Masters - forever. Then they will play it again. But rewind the tape to 30 minutes before that final putt dropped, and consider the moment that made the man.
The Australian Human Rights Commission is concerned that people with disabilities are being treated unfairly in the legal system.
Findings against Gold Coast property developer Sunland over a controversial Dubai property deal are "a serious miscarriage of justice", counsel for the company told a court on Monday morning.
A powered paraglider who crashed to his death on Bribie Island at the weekend was a ‘‘novice’’ pilot with limited experience, the sport’s leading body says.
Labor's national broadband network is more popular than the Coalition's cheaper version, according to the first national poll on the policies.
More questions have been raised about the safety of flying in Indonesia as an investigation was launched into a Lion Air plane that crashed into the sea in Bali.
DataDot Technology Limited, a CSIRO partner company which knowingly sold a compromised anti-counterfeit device to one of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies, has announced a top-level inquiry into the affair as shares in the company reopened for trading at 10am this morning.
NSW will be expected to contribute an extra $1.6 billion towards school funding reforms over the next six years and will be prevented from making further education cuts, under the plans announced by the federal government.
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