The Tax Office has declared war on those who have helped Australians avoid tax.
Should there be a national system for working with children checks?
Workers who smoke cost their employers more than $3000 a year each, a study has found.
Mining magnate and aspiring Prime Minister Clive Palmer says the Australian Labor Party's latest round of leadership speculation has been sparked by the growing threat of his Palmer United Party.
Peter Garrett has put the future of school funding reforms into the Labor leadership mix, saying he will quit as Education Minister if there is a switch back to Kevin Rudd.
The Greens will introduce legislation to protect national parks from state government-backed grazing and logging in the Senate on Monday.
When Chinese Australian businessman James Peng was spectacularly kidnapped by the Chinese government in 1993 in Macau, Henry Tsang, Sydney's then deputy lord mayor, pleaded for his release.
Online scams cost Australians more than $93 million last year, with dating scams among the most lucrative.
Young people are passionate about ideas and policy, but find national politics unengaging. Olly Tripodi wants to see an annual gathering to propose and debate mock bills, some of which become actual laws
There is too little debate about how to move forward from racism, says Shane Houston from the University of Sydney.
Police have charged a man with 28 firearms-related offences after the discovery of ammunition, holsters and magazines during ...
Migrants and refugees in western Sydney have often fled shocking conditions for safety of in Australia, but arrive ...