Cattle exporters are mounting a class action, potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars, against the Commonwealth over the 2011 live export ban.
The head of the School of Law at Canberra University urges graduates to be open-minded in pursuit of a legal career.
Soldiers on operational duty in the Middle East have condemned the government's below-inflation pay offer, saying it will leave many of them worse off.
The Member for Parramatta, Geoff Lee, is pushing for the state government to convert the Carlingford rail line to light rail, as part of a new connection between Parramatta and Epping and Macquarie Park.
Soldier who killed Australian soldiers, including Canberra private Robert Poate, has asked his victims' families to forgive him.
A trio of men attempting to enter Parliament wearing a niqab, Ku Klux Klan hat and a motorcycle helmet in protest against the burqa being allowed have all been forced to remove their facial coverings.
State premiers are split over Prime Minister Tony Abbott's plans to reform the Commonwealth-State relations, which could includes changes to elements of the tax system including GST.
It was a bold and distinctive gesture from a man who has made his name out of them.
Australia's largest retailers have trashed a report calling for changes to competition laws to prevent companies with market power from engaging in conduct that would damage competitors.
The federal government is "actively" considering mining magnate Andrew Forrest's recommendations that welfare recipients be issued with a debit card to ensure they do not spend their benefits on alcohol and gambling and that family payments be made contingent on children's school attendance.