Federal Treasury has been forced to cut 30 full-time staff to avoid its own "operating losses" over the next two financial years. An internal email, written by Secretary Martin Parkinson, was sent to staff on Friday to warn them the department's recent voluntary redundancy program had "not resulted in the numbers required to reduce staffing levels to meet budget in 2015-16 and over the forward estimates".
Chinese forays into Sydney property are attracting international attention. Here's how the Washington Post reported it.
Inside the call centre on the North Shore on the front line of suicide prevention
She was revealed to have engaged in practices that could be called questionable.
The shortest day of the year is a busy one for pagans. The winter solstice, which falls on Saturday, will be celebrated by wiccans, druids and shamans nationwide.
Woolworths has recalled every plush toy sold in its Jamie's Garden range, saying "poorly" attached hands and feet could result in a child being choked.
Opera Australia is facing pressure to sack a Georgian opera singer due to perform with the company next month over comments in which she compared gay and lesbian people to faecal matter.
An anti-racism campaign led by Christian leaders is gathering force in Bendigo.
The controversial Legends Football League - women who play gridiron in skimpy underwear - have lost their broadcast deal with Channel Seven for its second season in Australia.
Barbie is back and armed with a tablet, smartphone and briefcase she means business.
Moruya's Adam Troy Fletcher has been charged with murder following an alleged assault on a 41-year-old Moruya man ...
An open forum will be held for parents about the ethics surrounding guns and children on Saturday August ...