A group of Hungarian men brought to Australia on temporary visas to work as highly skilled technicians have instead been used as labourers on a western Sydney warehouse.
Hundreds of staff at Holden's Port Melbourne factory walked off the job on Thursday morning over an argument with the car maker over redundancy payouts.
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The pilot of an ABC helicopter which crashed two years ago, killing three people including veteran journalist Paul Lockyer, became disoriented shortly after take-off, air-safety investigators have found.
In public the Australian government is on the side of consumers. Yet behind closed doors it is siding with the US government to block them at every turn.
Former prime minister Kevin Rudd is to quit politics at the end of this week.
The Salvation Army says it is ashamed and deeply sorry for the brutal abuse suffered by many children in its care, following the release of an eagerly awaited report on clergy child sex abuse.
A leaked draft of the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal looks to have worrying intentions.
It's as if the Gillard years never happened. We are as confident now as we were back in 2010.
Local MP Ed Husic says the Abbott government broke an election promise to continue the NBN rollout in ...
Education advocates have expressed a wary relief at the Abbott Government's Gonski "backflip".
The federal government has signalled that any cuts to funding for the states that signed on to Gonski ...