Organised labour, the Government, and corporations all stand to lose or gain, and all are asking heavy, insinuating questions. Let's go through them one at a time.
Aug 17, 2015
A day-to-day guide on how to read the news without punching yourself repeatedly in the face.
Tim Hillier's photos of the Outback shot from single-engine planes paint the landscape with rainbows.
Two-thirds of Australia's coalition government voted to deny their colleagues a conscience vote on gay marriage.
The story of 4chan acting immature then got on 4chan, where users seemed generally pleased with their actions.
Email scammers are convincing old, disabled, and mentally ill people to commit crimes.
Tuesday was the first anniversary of the death of a Yamatji woman in police lock-up in South Hedland, Western Australia.
Too busy to hate-watch 'Parliament Question Time' with regularity? Here's everything you need to know about the freshly-resigned Speaker of the House and her helicopter related downfall.
We talked to director Sophie Hyde about her new film, which was shot only on Tuesdays, every Tuesday, for one whole year.
It was set to be the most fascinating meeting of the minds since Gore Vidal debated the Iran-Contra affair with a small plate of cottage cheese.
Aura Medical Corporation ran a chain of facilities where people could treat depression, bipolar disorder, and PTSD with ketamine—but these clinics were recently shut down amid controversy.
Greg Mackay decided to describe it so the rest of the world can understand it. Now you can all know Brooklyn.
We asked a few art students and recent grads about what they're going to do after this current round of funding cuts truly sinks in.
In China, Australian baby formula is a luxury item that can sell for $100 per tin. Now tourists and students are making easy cash by buying up supermarket stock and selling it back home for four times what they paid.
Jimmy Barnes and John Farnham have vetoed the use of their songs at Reclaim Australia rallies. Here are some possible replacements.
Inside the Museum Victoria's efforts to preserve the corpse of a gigantic basking shark.
Rowena Allen wants to use her new role to draw attention to LGBT issues in the country that go beyond marriage equality.
In this week's comic, drawn by Australian wunderkind HTML Flowers, Fashion Cat finds himself in Lincoln, Illinois, where the only two things to do are smoke meth or go to church. But why choose just one?
Victoria's Campbell's Cove beach is losing it's clothing-optional status because it's become little more than a hook-up spot.
Complaining about people being attracted to the world's biggest film industry is like saying that you have the freest country in the world, then complaining when immigrants turn up to be part of it. Who would be that stupid?
Following failed attempts to reduce shark attacks through culling, Western Australian scientists are developing futuristic methods to keep swimmers safe.
Following a court hearing, the boy is being charged with attempted armed robbery.
Australia will leave the World Heritage Committee Meeting today with a few lessons on the Great Barrier Reef. Only one should have been emphasized, and that's about mining.
Why is everyone losing their shit over the ABC airing the views of someone who said something that could possibly be interpreted as a pro-terrorism sentiment, but not bothered by newspapers whose editorials and front pages seemed specifically geared to in…