The Essendon supplements scandal is set to continue, with ASADA indicating it is considering an appeal.
The federal government has announced an immediate restructure of the Defence department.
Former military leader Muhammadu Buhari will become Nigeria's new president, after beating incumbent Goodluck Jonathan in a tight election.
South Australia's Legal Services Commission has produced a simple guide to the law in nine languages.
International donors have pledged nearly $4 billion in aid to help the people of war-torn Syria.
Lawyers are investigating whether the plans to close down more than 150 remote communities in Western Australia could be in breach of the Racial Discrimination Act.
Australia has begun exporting Kangaroo meat to Peru, and hopes to expand to other South American markets.
Two of the word's greatest jazz musicians talk about how they approach the art of performing together.
Officials in Turkey say an Istanbul prosecutor has died from his wounds after security forces stormed the office where members of a banned leftist group had taken...
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The federal government's plan to deregulate university fees has hit another hurdle with a number of universities apparently withdrawing their support.
A public artwork has been unveiled in Sydney, dedicated to the wartime contributions of Indigenous soldiers.
The government of re-elected New South Wales premier Mike Baird is being urged to deliver on its commitment to the state's migrant and refugee communities.
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