Almost 2000 State Government employees face losing their jobs after refusing the COVID-19 vaccination.
Peter Law and Josh Zimmerman
Rio Tinto has become the first mining company to disclose how many full-time workers in its flagship iron ore division have received their first COVID-19 jab.
Danielle Le Messurier & Caitlyn Rintoul
A State politician accused of child sex abuse is expected to return to Parliament this week, meaning he keeps his six-figure salary and allowances.
From next month the United Arab Emirates is changing its official workweek to Monday to Friday.
A government MP has been condemned by the Prime Minister after making comments described as “borderline treasonous”.
A CCC report found Mr Edman used his electoral allowance to pay for visits to strip clubs and to be a ‘sugar daddy’ to women he met online - and now investigators have his laptop.
Communities Minister Simone McGurk has made ‘no apology’ for spending $6.7 million of taxpayers’ money on a Perth homeless facility that has helped just 30 people in four months.
A new report has revealed a ‘shocking’ and insidious problem that affects one in two Australian women and one in four men.
A landmark inquiry into defence mental health and suicide has heard needed reforms are often kiboshed before they get off the ground.
South Australian Opposition Leader Peter Malinauskas says he will chair the state's COVID-19 transition committee if elected premier next year.
St Basil's residents appeared malnourished, dehydrated and "barely conscious" after being transferred to a hospital in July 2020, an inquest has been told.
Almost 200 of Australia's next generation of Army leaders took part in the graduation parade at Royal Military College Duntroon.
A former Ipswich City Council officer convicted of misconduct has been granted a retrial after a successful appeal.
Cheryl Goodenough and Robyn Wuth
Police Minister Paul Papalia has slammed the move to dump Perth from the summer Ashes schedule, blasting Cricket Australia for refusing to budge on the Test match order.
An Australian Securities and Investments Commission report into voluntary JobKeeper repayments shows seven per cent of recipients have made such a payment.
Millions of Australians are set to receive a cashback on their private health insurance. Here is how you can claim your money.
Severe economic sanctions will follow if Russia proceeds with an invasion of neighbour Ukraine, US President Joe Biden will tell his counterpart Vladimir Putin.
Steve Holland and Andrew Osborn
Half of all women and a quarter of men experience sexual harassment in their lifetime, according to new statistics.
A Brisbane man suing a federal judge who wrongfully jailed him says he now struggles to hold down a job and suffers from nightmares and suicidal thoughts.
A deal to float the new social media venture of former US president Donald Trump on the stock market is being studied by Wall Street's financial regulators.
Noor Zainab Hussain and Greg Roumeliotis
A man has been arrested at a Melbourne university after he allegedly pointed a toy gun at a security guard.
Scott Morrison and senior Nationals have criticised Queensland MP George Christensen's appearance on the far-right online show InfoWars.
Andrew Brown and Paul Osborne
New research shows Australians want to see more women getting involved in politics, and women across the country are mobilising for the election.
One state is introducing an Australian-first mandate to force major changes to workers on building sites.
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