Australian property prices have continued to rise thanks to low interest rates and a shortage of stock in some areas - putting the great Australian dream of home...
A new report suggests that a service frontline employee's accent can affect the experience of a consumer they are dealing with.
The federal government says a new deal struck with the aviation industry will make it mandatory for Australian airlines to have two crew members in the cockpit of...
A plan to cut greenhouse gases by almost a third over the next decade has been put forward by the Obama administration.
Australian Nigerians are celebrating Muhammadu Buhari's victory in Nigeria's presidential election.
More than 50 Adelaide lawyers have joined a program to mentor Indigenous law students, giving them valuable real-world experience as they prepare to enter the...
Around 200 Australian organisations are turning to the United Nations to voice their concerns over Australia's human rights performance.

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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.
The human rights group Amnesty International has released its annual report on the death penalty.
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.
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