The Inspector-General of Taxation has agreed to review how the ATO deals with potential fraud cases among its staff after a request from a Senate committee.
A Venezuelan police helicopter strafed the Supreme Court and a government ministry on Tuesday, escalating the OPEC nation's political crisis in what President...
AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes has praised his pilot's actions for keeping scared passengers calm and rejected criticism of the airline.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Warren Gatland wants more physicality from his British and Irish Lions in this weekend's second test against the All Blacks and that desire...
This is the first time since Cadel Evans in 2011 and 2012 that an Australian has been such a strong Tour de France favourite.
The Census reveals Australia is now more diverse and less religious. Voting has been postponed in Papua New Guinea's capital Port Moresby after turmoil in the...
SBS World News Radio: Census shows majority of overseas-born Australians now Asian
SBS World News Radio: FIFA releases leaked report on improper World Cup bidding
As the Philippines continues to battle an Islamic State insurgency in Marawi, a top US military commander says there's scope for the region to help out more.
He once strode the halls of state parliament and enjoyed the company of millionaires, but Gordon Nuttall's spectacular fall from grace continues.
A 10,700km round trip from Auckland to Perth is no issue for Stephen Kearney's Warriors, who will make the journey to play Manly this weekend.
Defence specialist Nathan Grey has signed a two-year contract to be a full time Wallabies assistant coach.
Jury selection in the New York trial of former drug company executive Martin Shkreli will enter its third day Wednesday, after some potential jurors said they...
Social Services Minister Christian Porter says the government has made substantive reforms across the economy, dismissing critics who say otherwise.
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A cricket club in Melbourne's east is helping to address depression in asylum seekers, offering new arrivals a chance to make connections through sport.
Australia is falling behind in the proficiency of second-language education at a time when it's needed the most, one expert says following the release of new...
A Dutch appeals court on Tuesday ruled the state was partly to blame for the deaths of some 350 Muslim men in the 1995 Srebrenica genocide, ordering it to pay...
The EU slapped Google with a record $A3.5 billion anti-trust fine, in a fresh assault on a US tech giant that risks the wrath of President Donald Trump.
In an address to the Institute of Public Affairs Tony Abbott has outlined his plan to make Australia work again.
The Australian Tax Office is targeting a number of areas including vehicle and investment property claims and it is warning those profiting from the sharing...
Port Moresby has been hit by major electoral disruption on the day voters were expected to head to the polls, writes Stefan Armbruster.