A Brisbane hotel used by Serco to detain medevac asylum seekers on behalf of the federal government has been trashed, its owners say.
The controversial consent education video that features a woman smearing a milkshake across a man’s face has been taken down from the Federal Government website after intense backlash.
A homelessness advocate raised concerns to the State Government about an overcrowded public housing property nearly two years before a 15-year-old orphan who was staying there took his own life.
Nationals Senator Matt Canavan is among those to criticise a new government-backed consent education video in which a woman smears a milkshake on a man's face.
Safety checks are not conducted on the equipment of UberEats riders, the company's Australian manager has told a NSW parliamentary inquiry.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have served in every conflict since the Boer War. But when the wars ended, the status and opportunities they gained from being Diggers disappeared.
The vaccine roll-out is botched, and we’re talking about fairy bread. Little is being done to stop Aboriginal deaths in custody and we’re arguing about a cartoon dog. What’s wrong with this picture?
Jenna ClarkeAssistant Editor
A controversial Morley military antique store has collected $130,000 from Perth buyers at its Nazi auction today — with Hitler’s personal items selling for tens of thousands.
More than 900 government-owned houses are sitting empty in WA, while desperate families are having to pitch tents in family and friends’ backyards because they have nowhere to live.
A teenage boy who was staying in an overcrowded public housing property in Perth has died by suicide just years after he was left orphaned.
Asylum seekers have been forcibly removed from a Brisbane hotel, supporters say, amid a bitter dispute that saw the hotel's owners reclaim the site.
The South Australian government says tough new rules for public housing tenants have resulted in a rise in evictions.
Either we defend all women from the kind of mocking and ridicule inflicted on Australia’s first lady endured from this photo or we give up and declare open season, writes Gemma Tognini.
A landmark royal commission report was handed down 30 years ago today with 339 recommendations, yet Indigenous men and women continue to die, writes Rangi Hirini.
The State has recorded the highest rate of drug-related deaths in Australia for the third year running, a new report reveals.
Graeme Samuels has called for WA’s assisted dying legislation to be extended to include dementia, recounting his mother’s 15 years of confusion, torment and unbearable distress.
Australia's top business, community and government leaders will again gather to spend a night sleeping rough to raise money for the St Vincent de Paul Society.
Food delivery services will follow Menulog's lead in directly employing workers or they will soon be forced to the negotiating table, a legal expert says.
Victims of an alarming new type of ‘catfishing’ — where fraudsters steal content from Instagram and make fake profiles promising explicit content online — are speaking out over the ‘violating’ scam.
Caitlyn Rintoul and Brianna Dugan
WA’s peak real estate body has revised up its forecasts for property price rises this year — potentially nearly tripling predictions it made only three months ago.
A grieving mother is still seeking answers over her baby daughter’s death in hospital after the four-week-old caught a deadly infection in WA’s embattled maternity hospital in January 2020.
High salaries and the chance to travel the State sounds like a dream job but being a FIFO can take a gruelling toll. Now a new campaign wants to change the macho ‘she’ll be right’ culture of mining.
Scammers are targeting desperate families, leaving them thousands of dollars out of pocket, with fake rental scams as the State battles one of its worst-ever housing crises.
Animals Australia is facing a fresh push to have its charitable status removed over allegations it breached reporting requirements and offered bribes in an attempt to expose ‘live exports cruelty’.
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