The ABC must accept full responsibility for any controversial program cuts rather than blaming the Abbott government, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has warned.
Thousands of Australians are taking money from their retirement nest eggs to pay for weight-loss surgery and other life-saving medical treatments that are not covered by Medicare.
There have been 33 allegations of sexual assault involving children in detention centres in Australia, as disturbing accusations of sexual abuse against women and children continue to emerge from the Nauruan detention centre.
A new record low yield for the sale of a commercial car park in Melbourne's CBD has been set at 2.78 per cent, which agents say is being driven by lack of stock.
The holiday may be over for Queensland Premier Campbell Newman.
Iron ore has led a shocker month for Australia's key commodities, crashing to a fresh five year low overnight on Monday.
Concerns have been raised in the government partyroom about restrictions on politicians' entitlements, including the abolition of the lucrative gold pass and fines for MPs who wrongly claim taxpayer dollars.
Goodman Fielder chief executive Chris Delaney has played down concerns over Woolworths' aggressive move to cut its Homebrand white bread to 85¢ a loaf and declared he wants to stay in the job if the breads and spreads maker is acquired by its foreign suitors.
The Chinese Embassy has declined the chance to reject claims the Chinese government threatened the ABC over a Foreign Correspondent episode set to air on Tuesday night.
Experts say negative gearing is having a greater impact on Australia's rapidly rising house prices than Chinese investment.
Preparations are well under way for the 151st Sale Show which is just a month away, with a ...