A rising cost of living is forcing university students to go without basic necessities.
Over 2,000 people have gathered in northern France to commemorate those who died in one of the final, pivotal, battles of World War 1.
Usain Bolt could be available to play A-League pre-season matches this year, after announcing he will be training indefinitely with the Central Coast Mariners.
Coalition MPs are throwing their support behind Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's new drought relief package.
New figures from the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission show race-discrimination complaints have risen sharply from last year's numbers.
Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people alike are finding relief from their ailments from a practice that has been around for over 60,000 years.
The Australian Tax Office says it will be tripling the number of audits it conducts on individuals, as it looks to close a gap of close to $9 billion in lost tax...
Australian volunteers have been praised for their tireless efforts to rescue the 12 boys and football coach who were trapped in a Thai cave for over two weeks.
The 12 boys and their football coach trapped in a flooded cave in northern Thailand have all been rescued.
The Australian Government is providing further assistance to rescuers in Thailand working to free a young football team trapped in a cave.
A recording of a telephone call played at the banking royal commission reveals a salesman for Let's Insure selling funeral insurance to an Indigenous woman...
The Prime Minister has led a long list of federal MPs urging David Leyonhjelm to apologise for his comments about the sex life of Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young.
South Sudan's president and rebels in the country have agreed to a permanent ceasefire, to take effect within the next three days.
The US Supreme Court has upheld President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban, finding it does not breach US immigration law or the country's constitution.