Condemn Fraser Anning all you like — but get refugee kids off Nauru, says Nick McKim.
A number of children on Nauru are suffering from a rare psychological condition causing them to withdraw from the world.
At least six children sent to Nauru by the Australian government have resignation syndrome. Doctors say the rare psychological illness is like “going into hibernation”.
Wood sued the state of New South Wales for malicious prosecution after he was convicted, and then acquitted, of throwing Caroline Byrne off a Sydney cliff in 1995.
Can the Paris Agreement be used to stop a coal mine from being built in rural Australia?
The actor at the centre of the allegations against film star Geoffrey Rush, Eryn Jean Norvill, will testify at the defamation trial later this year.
Evie Amati, dressed in prison greens, did not react as the jury delivered their verdict — but as they left the courtroom, she lowered her head and started to cry.
The high profile defamation case between film star Geoffrey Rush and a Sydney newspaper rolls on.
The toddler's bones were found by the side of the road, five years after she went missing.
The scheme involved adding extra letters to guests' email addresses so they wouldn't get a message about leaving a review.
"She's not a statistic — she's my beautiful girl who I just wanted to hold and hug, and I'll never be able to do that again," said Courtney Topic's grieving mother.
Sean Black, a former media adviser for Australia's far-right, anti-immigration One Nation party, has been sentenced to five years in prison.
The former prime minister said the "pus" from the carbuncle of Nine's news management would leak into Fairfax.
The proposed new laws would lower the age of people who can be slapped with an "anti-association" notice from 18 to 14.
Evie Amati said she couldn't remember posting a Facebook status 25 minutes before she arrived at the store that said: “Humans are only able to destroy, to hate. So that is what I shall do.”
“I don’t recall a single thing that happened until I woke up shackled to a bed, surrounded by a nurse and police.”
David Dungay, 26, yelled repeatedly in the moments before he died.
Evie Amati's lawyer says his client heard the voices before she walked into a convenience store with an axe.
David Dungay was 26 when he died in custody. His family hope an inquest will bring answers and accountability.
Here's where the famous actor reckons the Court of Appeal got it wrong.