Welfare agencies say the Holden factory closure in northern Adelaide will bring social disaster.
The premiers of South Australia and Victoria have travelled to Canberra this morning to "fight" for "substantial" Federal Government funding to help Holden workers find new jobs.
The Opposition says footage that appears to show Australian cattle being beaten, stabbed and dragged in Gaza may warrant a suspension of trade licences.
Marriage equality advocates are devastated at the High Court ruling that makes invalid same-sex marriage laws in the ACT.
Australia's unemployment rate has increased slightly, despite stronger-than-expected jobs growth in November.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who admits he smacked his own kids, says a UN Committee report that wants smacking outlawed is extreme political correctness.
The Property Council of Australia says the NSW mid-year budget update shows a dangerous reliance on stamp duty for revenue.
A worse than expected downturn in mining has put the Newman government's budget surplus promise in jeopardy.
Melbourne Water reported a $45 million loss in 2012/13 due to costs incurred by the multi-billion dollar desalination plant.
Same-sex couples who wed in the ACT will have their marriages annulled after the High Court ruled against the laws.
The driver of a B-double has been killed when his truck crashed into a building at Bordertown in the upper south-east of South Australia.
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