The driver who allegedly killed Sydney teenager Natascha Gadd in a hit-and-run was on a suspended license when he hit the promising soccer player, police say.
Anna Patty, Workplace Editor An open letter to more than half a million international students in Australia will urge them to check their pay packets to ensure they are being paid enough.
Benjamin Preiss The living standards of low-paid workers were not taken into account by the industrial umpire when it decided to slash penalty rates, the hospitality workers' union has told the Federal Court.
Patrick Hatch An outage at Sydney Airport air traffic control has grounded flights in and out of the country's largest airport.
James Robertson Former RSL national president directed the governing body of the charity's NSW branch to turn off the microphone before he asked it to cover up the case of a former president who spent up to hundreds of thousands of dollars, an inquiry has been told.
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and foreign affairs spokeswoman Penny Wong have visited the frontline of the acute tensions on the Korean peninsula.
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Robyn Grace and Melissa Cunningham Face masks are reportedly sold out in many places, up to 500 earth tremors are being felt each day, but still they stay.
Peter Martin Exporters have shipped a lot of extra gas overseas in addition to the gas they were contractually obliged to export.
Liam Mannix, Kate Aubusson, Aisha Dow The flu vaccine's effectiveness may have dropped below 40 per cent this year, experts say.