Ethnic community groups have welcomed a decision by the Senate to block a proposed citizenship bill after it missed a deadline to be addressed in federal parliament.
The deadline is nearing for the regional government of Catalonia to clarify to the Spanish government whether or not it has declared independence. It follows a...
Apparent whistleblowers have made damning claims against one of Australia's most prestigious casinos, accusing it of misconduct - a claim it rejects - the...
Refugees have shared their success stories with recently arrived refugees at a forum in Sydney's west, with many taking creative approaches to bridge language...
South Sudanese Australians continue to battle racism, limited language skills remain a barrier to employment, and talk of the so-called Apex Gang has hurt the...
There are fears of further political interference in next week's re-run of the Kenyan election. Elections were first held in August, but the man who called for...

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Crown Resorts denies allegations of misconduct and the improper manipulation of poker machines. The Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte declares victory over IS...
The National Broadband Network is blaming the rollout of the NBN for the highest number of complaints to the Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman in four years.
The organisers of one of the world's longest ultra-endurance cycling events, crossing Australia, say it will proceed in March next year.
Tens of thousands of protesters in Barcelona are demanding the release of two pro-independence Catalan activists in Spain. The pair has been arrested for...
Western-backed Syrian forces and their allies on the ground have retaken the last IS stronghold, the Syrian city of Raqqa. But it may be some time before...
Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte (rod-REE-go doo-TAIR-tay) has declared victory over IS-linked militants in the embattled city of Marawi. The city has been...
News of tv presenter Lisa Wilkinson's sudden departure from the Nine Network's Today show has raised issues of equality in gender pay.
A new report by humanitarian organisation Human Rights Watch says efforts to educate girls in Afghanistan are failing. Sixteen years after the United States first...
South Sudanese Australians continue to battle racism, limited language skills remain a barrier to employment, and talk of the so-called Apex Gang has hurt the...
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