AC/DC are as good an example of the changing face of Australia in the second half of the 20th century as any restaurant, coffee bar or car dealer's yard.
An autonomous underwater vehicle tasked with scouring the sea floor for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 has hit a hurdle on its first mission and returned to the surface.
While not without its problems, the National Disability Insurance Scheme has thrown some Victorians a lifeline. Kathy Evans reports.
Cuts to the CSIRO will have long-term and detrimental effects on Australia's ability to innovate and form partnerships with leading companies, it has warned.
As the search moves to the ocean floor, the best hope of finding the final resting place of flight MH370 now falls on four possible black box signals, the new discovery of an oil slick and a slow-moving robot.
The head of the CSIRO's business and commercialisation arm has warned that a funding cut in next month's federal budget would have long-term detrimental effects on the nation's ability to innovate.
More than 400 federal public servants are languishing in employment limbo after they lost their jobs but were kept on the government payroll.
A rare fossilised whale skull found by chance deep in the remote waters of the Southern Ocean has been donated to Museum Victoria.
Sydney Maori let loose their traditional ancestral war cry on Monday night to warn the discreetly upmarket auction house Sotheby's to back off selling one of their proudest heirlooms.
The words 'Anzac' and 'fun run' are an unusual blend, but not for organiser Paul Ritchie.
Batemans Bay Marina has resubmitted its plans for the redevelopment of the marina to Eurobodalla Shire Council with ...