Australia's agreement with Sri Lanka for the handover of two patrol boats for border protection puts no restrictions on how they are used or limits on the weapons that can be fitted, Fairfax Media has confirmed.
''Stop the waste'', Tony Abbott cried endlessly during the federal election, and then made a great show of moving in to a little room in Canberra's Australian Police College for $110 a night rather than spend fat money renting a Canberra mansion while The Lodge undergoes renovations.
In the fourth part of a five-part investigation, Peter Harcher reveals that factors that led to the downfall of Australia's first female prime minister,
The head of the Indigenous Land Corporation has accused her own organisation of presiding over ''perhaps the largest single evaporation of public money in the indigenous policy domain, ever''.
Damning evidence has emerged in a court case linking construction firm Leighton Holdings to allegedly corrupt payments of "not less than $25 million in marketing fees" to a Monaco firm to help win Iraq government projects, even though the projects required no marketing.
Holden workers in Melbourne have walked off the job again, after returning to work on Monday morning following a two-day snap strike last week.
Many Australian women carrying gene mutations that increase their risk of breast and ovarian cancer are failing to take preventive measures, including surgery and medication, new research shows.
Damning evidence linking Leighton Holdings to allegedly corrupt payments has emerged in a court case that reveals how Leighton agreed to pay ''not less than $25 million in marketing fees'' to a Monaco firm to help win Iraq government projects, even though the projects required no marketing.
Dangerous power lines in highest bushfire danger zones are set to be upgraded or replaced.
Australia's system of childcare rebates and benefits has been singled out as perhaps the world's most complicated as an inquiry begins to investigate adopting a New Zealand scheme to support nannies.
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