Independent senator Jacqui Lambie has taken the first step towards forming her own political party by formally applying to set up the Jacqui Lambie Network.
Latika Bourke Christopher Pyne's bid to deregulate tertiary fees has suffered a major setback with the influential Group of Eight universities withdrawing support for any more compromises aimed at securing crossbench support.
Peter Hannam Australia’s greenhouse emissions from the electricity sector jumped in the September quarter, reversing the industry’s declines during the two carbon tax years preceding it, the latest government data shows.
Julie Power t is all about the hair. It takes months, and we get quite precious about it," said a cattle breeder as she paid $70 for a large container of hair volumiser.
Miki Perkins, Rachel Browne Sean Towner at eight years old was just a tall, goofy kid. Almost a head above the pack with a Bieber-blonde bob, he was a long-limbed embodiment of enthusiasm over skill with a deep hankering to play the game like both his brothers.
Rachel Browne A new study from mental health charity beyondblue has revealed high levels of homophobia among teenage boys, leading to depression and anxiety among young gay people.
Michael Gordon Labor's immigration spokesman Richard Marles has been bumped off a VIP jet visit to the Manus Island detention centre after Labor supported a new inquiry into the detention centre operating on Nauru.
Kirsten Lawson and Tom McIlroy ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has dismissed discussion of changing the GST.
Jane Lee Australian judges are using their assumptions about human behaviour, rather than scientific research, to help them decide criminal cases, the chairman of the royal commission into child sexual abuse says.
Latika Bourke A crackdown on superannuation concessions received by the wealthy appears to be the next major tax reform, with both sides of politics declaring they are looking to tackle the issue.