CHIEF Minister Katy Gallagher paints a bleak picture in her opinion piece published today of a city about to be slammed with unfair and lopsided job losses.
While the current political tensions in Ukraine continue to threaten stability in the region, an even larger spectre looms in Chernobyl, the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident.
In the Indian Himalayas, children may no longer have to risk their lives simply getting to school, thanks to the efforts of one Australian woman.
Australia's biggest honey producers have halted overseas exports and failed to fill some of their supermarket orders as extreme weather wreaked havoc with bee numbers.
A power company whose chairman is in business with the nephew of corrupt former Labor powerbroker Eddie Obeid was awarded NSW government contracts worth close to $1 billion last month.
Liam Pieper entered a new world at 14 when he tried pot - then mastered the economics of its supply and demand.
The country's largest Aboriginal medical service has been warned its Redfern practice is in danger of ''imploding'' and that its patients will suffer if it goes ahead with a radical shake-up of its staffing.
A gap year is a rite of passage for many school leavers but taking a year off to travel the world could be an unexpected casualty of the Abbott government's first budget.
As Joe Hockey was delivering his budget speech on Tuesday night, Taylor Clarke-Pepper was settling down to dinner: two-minute noodles and a glass of cordial.
The federal budget will cost families thousands of dollars in tax increases, rising medical costs and reduced benefits, but the Liberal Party will raise hundreds of thousands of dollars from budget-related fund-raising events.