L'Wren Scott was popular with Hollywood's A-List, but it was Nicole Kidman who was her most loyal client.
Mining magnate Andrew Forrest has launched an organisation to end modern slavery, with the support of the Pope and the senior Islamic authority.
Asylum seekers who were forcibly returned to Indonesia by lifeboat have given the first detailed account of their ordeal, and a unique insight into the Federal Government's Operation Sovereign Borders.
Australian consumers have been hit with $800 million in credit card surcharges over the past 12 months, according to new data released today.
Police in central Queensland say a woman who was first believed to be forcibly locked in a house by an armed man is there voluntarily.
The Sydney Biennale's decision to sever ties with its long-standing sponsor, Transfield Holdings, has caused "great concern" for other arts bodies, arts patron Janet Holmes a Court says.
Seafish Tasmania will appeal a court ruling to maintain a two-year ban on super trawlers, but the federal government will fight the company in court.
Rebel Victorian MP Geoff Shaw has quit the state's Liberal Party days before a meeting during which he was expected to be kicked out.
Debate over whether to launch a national sex offenders register has been reignited following the conviction of Daniel Morcombe's killer.
Pay and conditions applying to some of Australia's lowest paid workers are being reviewed by the Fair Work Commission.
Former MP Craig Thomson will face a pre-sentence hearing in Melbourne on Tuesday after being found guilty of misusing his union-issued credit cards.
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