We spoke to three migration experts and got their advice on partnership, family, work, study and business visa applications.
Reactions to acts of violence say a lot about a person, and a nation.
Multicultural Australia gets a mention, but we’ve got nothing on some of our closest neighbours.
Trump is being painted as a bad role model for children, but when it comes to positions of power, character doesn't count for much, writes Helen Razer.
From performing for international guests to filming a TV series and tai-chi on the beach, this is what life in the dynamic Beatty family looks like.
Because of the alleged actions of 22 Lebanese-Australian youths, the Minister of Immigration has said it was "a mistake" to have allowed Lebanese refugees into...
Bedouins are nomads indigenous to a number of Middle Eastern countries, including Jordan. This is what daily life entails for some of the remote southern Bedouin...
“Policy really got made on the run on temporary migrants over the past 10 to 15 years or so.”
A small team of archaeologists in Petra, Jordan, is shifting its focus from excavation to restoration, providing jobs for the local community, men and women alike.
They've plied their trade for hundreds of years but today there are less than 60 fishing families, their livelihood under threat from local development.
There has been particular concern about methamphetamine use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, but what do the stats say?
Today is the final day for making submissions on next year's list.
Melina Marchetta’s new novel 'Tell the Truth, Shame the Devil' is an electric piece of crime fiction that exposes deeply-held misconceptions about identity and...
26-year-old Yorta Yorta man Cienan Muir has used comic books and cosplay to have fun and heal his depression and anxiety. Now, he's encouraging other young...
Bodybuilding is helping to keep young men positive, disciplined and away from drugs and violence.
Identity layers go beyond culture and religion. It’s tribalism that makes us feel whole, and Australia is full of tribes.
An increasing number of people living in Jordan are meditating their way to a sense of inner calm and regional peace.
An asylum seeker accused of causing an explosion at a Melbourne bank reportedly went to numerous banks asking for money.
Swedish women are taking a stand against male co-workers who patronise, condescend and over-explain.