In the name of reconciliation, Sarah Hyde is walking in the footsteps of Mollie, Gracie and Daisy along the Rabbit Proof Fence.
The Rabbit Proof Fence is the world’s longest fence - at roughly 2,400 kms long, it runs from south to north in Western Australia and was built to keep rabbits and other vermin out of Western Australia....
Amongst the various discussions emerging since the federal government's announcement of a plebiscite on gay marriage is how younger Australians will react to it.
They've become especially piquant since the conventional plebiscite proposal was blocked again in parliament, meaning the ballot will now take place via the post.
That's put the spotlight not only on the method of voting, but on the broader issu...
The United States defence secretary has warned North Korea it is risking the destruction of its people, saying it is ''grossly" outmatched in any conflict between the two countries.
The comments by Jim Mattis come as US secretary of state Rex Tillerson has tried to calm fears over the crisis.
North Korea says it will complete plans to attack waters near Guam by mid-August and will await its commander-in-chief's order.
Young people are living with their parents longer; those that aren't are suffering greater mortgage stress.
The trends are showing in the latest Household Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia national survey.
The University of Melbourne survey has been running since 2001 and follows the same group of people to assess how their lives are changing.
The latest NAPLAN test results show Australian schools are in something of a writing slump.
Literacy and numeracy tests for students in grades 3, 5, 7 and 9 have shown little improvement over the past decade.
States and territories have received the preliminary results for this year's round of NAPLAN examinations.
Nationally, there ha...
China's Communist Party has asked its approximately 90 million members to quit their religion and be what they call "firm Marxist atheists" - or face punishment.
The head of the government's religion office, Wang Zuo'an, says foreign forces have used religion to infiltrate China.
It follows a boom in followers to Christianity, many of whom worship in illegal 'house' churches to evade authorities.
The news keeps talking about a Norwegian option for Britain and the EU. But what exactly is it? And how did Norway end up with its privileged position within the EU? Sivert called author and Professor Simon Tormey (who turns out to be British)...