Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a complex neurological disease that affects an estimated 23,000 Australians, mostly women, yet most don't know the early symptoms.
So-called 'zombie' savings measures may get the flick in the latest budget to ensure figures are credible.
Stronger wages can be delivered if corporate tax is cut and businesses are given a chance to boost the economy, the federal treasurer says
Former prime minister Tony Abbott has told Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins to "pull her head in" over gender workforce quotas.
Westpac's decision not to support the Adani coal mine and others in Qld is disappointing given coal's role in Australia's energy future, Malcolm Turnbull says.
Police detain a shirtless man on the roof of Victoria's Government House in central Melbourne.
The federal government has announced it will reduce family payments by $28 a fortnight if parents don't vaccinate their children.
Federal treasurer Scott Morrison says we'll have to wait a week to see if the government is planning to return a balanced budget.
Finance Minister Mathias Cormann is making no promises to smaller states ahead of a productivity commission review into the distribution of the GST.
Social media and sport professionals are among those joining suicide prevention experts for the first ever National Stop Suicide Summit.
The Turnbull government has announced it is subsidising new medicines worth $310 million, including a treatment for children with cystic fibrosis.
Three members of a family of six was airlifted to hospital after their car rolled in the Litchfield National Park in the Northern Territory.
SA Premier Jay Weatherill has backed the Mental Health Minister in his first comments in relation to the poor care of patients at a state nursing home.
Victoria has continued to improve its ambulance response times, but is still missing its targets.
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