The cause of reducing penalty rates is noble, but the new Prime Minister will already have his hands full on industrial relations without taking on the unions on such an in-your-face matter as directly reducing wages.
Education Minister Simon Birmingham confirms the Turnbull Government will be shelving the controversial university deregulation plan until the next election.
A 16-year-old boy is the third teenager charged over an alleged brawl after a soccer match at South Granville, in Sydney’s west, which left a boy with a fractured jaw.
The ongoing impact of large-scale redundancies in the science sector in Tasmania is still being felt in the state, with claims the local economy has lost millions of dollars.
Allowing security guards to patrol South Australia’s chambers of parliament with guns is increasing the chance of a deadly shooting, Liberal deputy leader Vickie Chapman says.
A thirsty leopard has its head stuck in a metal pot for up to five hours after it goes searching for water in a mining dump in India’s north-west.
A Texas county sues Volkswagen Group in state court, accusing the German carmaker of violating state environmental laws by installing software on some of its diesel vehicles to circumvent emissions tests.
ANZ’s chief executive Mike Smith is standing down after eight years at the bank’s helm, to be replaced by its current chief financial officer Shayne Elliott.
European submarine building delegations are in Adelaide to tour the city’s shipbuilding facilities as the bidding process to build Australia’s next fleet continues.