Search and rescue teams are trying to find a Malaysia Airlines plane that has gone missing with more than 200 passengers on board.
Digital giants Facebook, Twitter and Google have united to reject an Abbott government proposal that would force social media companies to remove content deemed harmful to young people.
Who said: ''From my faith, I derive the values of loving kindness, justice and righteousness, to act with compassion and kindness, acknowledging our common humanity and to consider the welfare of others.''?
American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once remarked that music is the universal language of mankind. But new research suggests music doesn't speak to us all.
Brett Peter Cowan claims he falsely admitted to murder to gain the trust of a man he thought was a crime boss.
It's a paradox that seems to reinforce every stereotype about greed and wealth: those with the smallest incomes donate the greatest share of their money, while the rich pinch their pennies. Among taxpayers who claim a deduction for their generosity, the proportion of money given away by low-income earners is 11 times higher than that of wealthy taxpayers.
Recent cases have shown that amateur publishers can be held to account for their comments.
The Royal Commission into union corruption could fatally wound Bill Shorten’s leadership. Or so Tony Abbott hopes. But the PM should be careful what he wishes for.
The Reserve Bank says the rules governing Australia's credit card regime are too onerous and restrict competition, and it has recommended changes.
In Pat Hall's wildest dreams, she never imagined the impoverished community of Warwick Farm would have a ''microbusiness incubator manager''.
CHRIS Ninness showed he’s as handy with a cricket bat in his hands as a hockey stick, digging ...