The disastrous $180 million Victorian school intranet could be scrapped at the end of the month prompting fears that months of student work and reports would be lost.
Almost half of Australia's most disadvantaged children don't get to play sport outside of school hours or take part in cultural activities such as music and dance lessons.
The High Court has accepted an indigenous woman's argument that alcohol restrictions on a Queensland island targeted indigenous people, but has rejected her bid to have the restrictions removed.
Adrian Ernest Bayley has been sentenced for the rape and murder of Jill Meagher on Wednesday morning.
The agency in charge of national literacy and numeracy tests has blamed principals and teachers for pressuring students to do well in the controversial exams.
Australian Defence Force investigating whether serving military personnel are linked to offensive Facebook pages that included grossly sexist and anti-Muslim posts - another blow to the military on the heels of the sex email affair.
Millions of dollars allegedly corruptly obtained from the PNG government siphoned to Australian banks, confidential banking documents reveal.
Unions are warning that frontline services across the state are at risk after NSW Treasurer Mike Baird announced further cuts to the public service, despite already axing thousands of jobs and shrinking departmental budgets.
At first it was miners and wharfies, then all sorts of tradesmen. Now a different generation of home renovators and others are being diagnosed with cancer after exposure to asbestos.
Karl Suleman, who was jailed for six years over an elaborate Ponzi scheme, has died.
Former Canowindra local, John Watson purchased Canowindra landmark the Royal Hotel a month ago and will be overseeing ...
Sporting tradition thrives at Canowindra High
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