Tens-of-thousands of people have turned out at Anzac Day services across the nation, honouring Australian men and women who have fought and died in war.
The Environment Minister says the Government will easily meet its 2020 target on cutting carbon emissions, despite concern over its policy.
Immigration Minister Scott Morrison has used his discretionary powers to grant permanent residency to a Bangladeshi family.
Hundreds of thousands of Australians have gathered to remember the fallen from conflicts around the world for ANZAC day.
Remembering the fallen and those left changed forever; Long-awaited recognition for an Aboriginal man who fought for Australia more than a century ago.
An asylum boat tragedy off Java late last year caught the eye for reasons beyond the death and tragedy.
The trial of five alleged September 11th co-conspirators has ground to a halt at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.
An Aboriginal Boer War soldier is to be recognised with a military service next month.
As the Royal visit comes to a close, polling shows support for the monarchy is the highest it's been in decades.
Rival Palestinian leaders in the West Bank and Gaza Strip have announced they are going to form a unity government.
A refugee advocacy group says the immigration minister is perpetuating a myth by saying there's no need for any Sri Lankans to travel to Australia by boat and...
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A leading defence specialist has backed the federal government's decision to spend $12 billion upgrading Australia's Air Force capabilities.
The federal government will spend more than $12 billion to upgrade Australia's air-force capabilities with a new fleet of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters.
There are fears the world's youngest nation, South Sudan, is on the brink of collapse after four months of civil war.
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Croatia has issued a strongly-worded statement in response to a federal MP's speech at a controversial Croatian community event in Sydney.
A group of ex-service personnel, including six wounded by their service, have begun cycling from Sydney to Canberra ahead of Anzac Day.
Manchester United has sacked its manager David Moyes less than a year after he took on the top job.
Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge are at Uluru after spending the afternoon meeting members of an Indigenous community.
Warren Mundine says he's confident improvements can be made in Indigenous disadvantage despite accepting there will be cuts to funding.
Bill Shorten has outlined ambitious plans for reforming the Australian Labor Party.
Ryan Emery reports on how Australia's Belgium-born Finance Minister turned a holiday into a lifetime.
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Croatia has summoned the Australian Ambassador in Zagreb to answer questions about a federal MP's speech at a controversial Croatian community event in Sydney.
A major review of homeopathy in Australia could lead to stricter industry regulation and changes to private health insurance coverage.
Submissions on proposed changes to the Racial Discrimination Act can be made until the end of the month.
Brisbane-born Jason Jang has become a K-Pop sensation in South Korea.
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Bangladeshi garment workers have demonstrated at the site of a factory collapse that killed more than 1000 people, on the first anniversary of the disaster.
There's fresh hope for Australians who suffer from hearing loss.
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