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Treasurer Joe Hockey has been grilled over rental 'double dipping' as the debate on paid parental leave turned to political allowances.
Separated by genocide, reunited by reality TV. Tuesday’s Dateline meets the determined young TV producer finding answers the Cambodian government struggles to.
Youth unemployment indicates a lack of economic opportunity for younger people. What is the rate of youth unemployment where you live?
Cabinet minister Malcolm Turnbull says the attitudes of parliamentarians to same-sex marriage are changing rapidly.
Malaysia's police chief said on Monday that 139 graves believed to contain the remains of migrants were found near the country's border with Thailand, and that...
More than 100 children who travelled alone on a boat to Indonesia are now awaiting news of their fate after enduring horrific conditions, beatings and threats at...
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Guy Sebastian’s catchy Eurovision song 'Tonight Again' is making waves on European charts, following his stand-out performance in Vienna.
Globalisation has put Indigenous languages in a precarious position, but a group of academics and educators are trying to reverse the decline.
Morrissey is playing four shows at the Sydney Opera House during Vivid 2015, but fans will need to be vegetarian during his performances.
As people in Western Australia struggle for more information about plans to close up to 150 remote communities across the state, Living Black reporter Craig...
How did one of the most Catholic countries in the world become the first to vote for same sex marriage?
The dress code for the immigration department now specifies that it's inappropriate for staff to wear onesies and ugg boots to work.
Paleo, raw, no-sugar, gluten-free? Take your pick from any number of restrictive diets. But some experts say this obsession with healthy eating is anything but...
Sydney's Vivid Festival, which is a described as a festival of Light, Music and Ideas, will light up Sydney until Monday, June 8, 2015.
See more of the animals and people Amos met while filming Cora's Pet Project in this gallery of behind the scenes photos.
A collection of world-class paintings produced by Aboriginal children of the Stolen Generation, once considered lost, were returned home two years ago. But many of the stories of the artists remained in the dark – until now.
Christine Milne was a Tasmanian school teacher before she entered politics and became the leader of Australia's third largest political party.
The agony and ecstasy of bringing a child into the world is often shrouded in mystery. But increasingly, it's finding its way into the public realm through birth photography - polarising opinions, even capturing headlines around censorship.
While reporting from Nepal, Dateline's Meggie Palmer tweeted photos of the devastation and recovery efforts.
Several Baltimore police officers were injured on Monday in violent clashes with young people after the funeral of a black man who died in police custody, and local law enforcement warned of a threat by gangs.
Follow Catherine Scott's journey through Vietnam in this series of behind the scenes photos from her trip.