The ugly past catches up with a young Australian couple, just months after they walked down the aisle in a classic white wedding.
'What the hell is wrong with Queensland?' That's the polite social media response from progressive voters after the Coalition's 'miracle' win. But don't judge us, write Anne Tiernan, Jacob Deem and Jennifer Menzies.
Former national champion Trae Williams changes his plans to represent Australia on the track in the 100 metres at the Tokyo Olympics, making a shock move to rugby sevens.
As the Wallabies come to terms with Israel Folau's sacking in the build-up to the World Cup, teammate Kurtley Beale says he hopes the dual international will not be lost to rugby union.
Facebook objected to the expansion of Australia's privacy laws and claims to have lobbied the US ambassador to Australia, according to internal documents leaked from the company.
Just a day after announcing his candidacy, the Shadow Treasurer pulls out of the Labor leadership contest, paving the way for Anthony Albanese to replace Bill Shorten as Opposition Leader.
The banking regulator has warned it may hit several financial institutions with additional capital requirements, after self-assessments conducted by banks, insurers and super funds found 'material weaknesses' in governance and risk management.
Former Northern Territory youth detainee, Dylan Voller, is sentenced to six months in jail for calling triple-0 during the Commonwealth Games and saying a bomb was at the finish line of the marathon.
The Liberal party's weak results in Victoria defied its victories around the rest of the country. The party has three years to turn things around, writes former Liberal candidate Asher Judah.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she is bringing in the Coordinator-General to oversee the Adani approvals process because the community is 'fed up' with delays.
Yes, interest rates are about to be cut. But there's another development that could mean you can borrow up to 10 per cent more for your home.
England all-rounder Moeen Ali says he hopes fans will give David Warner and Steve Smith a fair go during the World Cup and the Ashes — but Ian Botham warns the Aussies will cop abuse over ball-tampering scandal.
If you've ever wondered whether a homemade sunscreen would be safer, you're not alone. But a study that put DIY sunscreens to the test finds most make claims that can't be backed up.
Even as Tony Abbott was campaigning during what he called the fight of his life, he still didn't seem able to comprehend what was happening to him and his political career, writes Sean Nicholls.
No-one should have to face an abortion alone if they don't want to — and that's where people like Shireen and Beth come in.
Romy Harwood says a former relationship was like 'having a bodyguard 24-7', and she wants more young people to understand the 'fine line' between texting a lot and abuse.
The billionaire Meriton apartment developer says Scott Morrison's re-election, first home buyer deposit assistance and interest rate cuts will put a floor under the housing market.
Liberal Gladys Liu becomes the first Chinese-Australian woman to sit in Federal Parliament's Lower House after notching a surprise victory in the suburban Melbourne seat.