The Pilgrimage has begun. 15,000 swans fans have swarmed down to Melbourne for the biggest day in Australian football.
A cabinet decision to sign off on military action in Iraq is just days away, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has revealed.
Two local investors, who over six years amalgamated sites around the corner of Elizabeth and Franklin streets, at the top of town, have applied to Planning Minister Matthew Guy to build a super-scraper – again.
Australia is poised to install some of the toughest penalties in the world for disclosing the identity of an intelligence agent with the first raft of national security reforms set to pass Parliament.
Apple's delayed entry into the growing smart watch category is expected to hurt Christmas sales of rival brands.
Labor’s 14-year iron grip on Sydney University’s student representative council finally ended on Thursday night with the election of left-wing independent Kyol Blakeney, also the university’s second indigenous student president.
The young Able Seaman was expecting trouble.
Vodafone is developing a scheme to store details of the websites its customers have visited for up to 90 days.
Scrapping outdated and uncompetitive laws that dictate who can own a pharmacy or drive a taxi, what hours a shop can open and restrictions on selling alcohol are all recommendations in the federal government's hotly debated competition review.
Football is part of the DNA of this city and we are better for it, writes John Silvester.
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