A bushfire inquiry has found that the Tasmania Fire Service failed to act on computer modelling that showed on the night before the town of Dunalley was hit last January that it was likely to be engulfed.
Can a $150 donation have as much impact as the $65 million gift – the largest single donation of its kind – that Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest will make to the University of Western Australia?
In an age of competitive mothering, parenting websites have become emotional battlegrounds and a magnet for trolls. Why are mothers so judgmental?
Researchers have found components of red blood cells in a 46-million-year-old fossilised mosquito.
When Lehman Brothers collapsed five years ago, it sparked a chain reaction across the world's financial markets. A US default, as unlikely as it still seems, could make the financial crisis Lehman sparked seem like a mere hiccup.
An Army cadet who secretly streamed images of himself having sex with a female recruit to his friends in the notorious Skype affair has been linked to another, recent case of bastardisation.
Don't pencil doomsday into your diary for October 17 just yet.
A Labor MP wants the relationship between unions and the ALP to be fundamentally recast by giving one million-plus union members the right to choose if membership fees go to supporting Labor. Stephen Jones, who holds the federal seat of Throsby, has proposed that union members be allowed to ''opt in'' to supporting Labor. The big unions channel tens of millions of dollars every year to the ALP.
Gina Rinehart's daughter Hope Welker has weighed into the family dispute at the eleventh hour, supporting her sister Ginia's bid for an independent managing trustee within a structure that is owned by all four children.
The country life is far from idyllic for many Australians, a new report showing that people in rural areas are more likely to live in poverty than their urban counterparts.
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WESTERN Sydney Wanderers return home on Saturday, when they host the hapless Melbourne Heart in round nine of the A-League.