Nine out of 10 companies supplying clothes to Australian consumers do not know where their cotton is sourced and most fail to pay overseas workers enough to meet their basic needs, an investigation into the fashion industry shows.
Nick Toscano, Workplace Reporter Victoria and South Australia have struck an agreement to collectively press the Abbott government to save defence shipbuilding industries in their states,
Rachel Olding Incidents of violence are dramatically down in Kings Cross and the city and the first comprehensive analysis of the effect of lockout laws reveals a lot about the rest of Sydney.
Josh Gordon, State Political Editor Daniel Andrews is gambling his political future on the hope Tony Abbott will not be prime minister when it comes time to build the $11 billion Metro Rail Project.
Rachel Olding It used to be a weekly occurrence for Dr Mark Winder – sitting a family down to break the news that their child had sustained a serious head injury that could be catastrophic.
Andrew Darby and Lisa Cox Australia's largest animals, blue whales, are said to be at risk from "ships of deaf" run by the oil and gas industry.
Nicole Hasham More than a year since a contentious, multi-million dollar public housing sell off at Millers Point was announced, the NSW government has provided the first evidence of how the proceeds will be spent.
Paul Bibby An Irish tourist who put his brother into a coma with a single punch outside a Kings Cross nightclub could be sent to jail, despite the brother's emotional plea for leniency.
Julia Medew If you could look past her long wiry red hair and thick black skin, Suma looked very similar to the human patients Dr Kevin Moriarty and Dr Marinis Pirpiris usually care for.
Michaela Whitbourn The Dallas Buyers Club case is just part of a much bigger war being waged against online pirates by Hollywood studios.