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Australians appear to have moved little in their views on same sex marriage, despite two months of heated public discussion.
Lisa Paul AO PSM, previously secretary of federal government departments responsible for education and employment, shares her approach to the challenges of leadership, its loneliness and rewards.
A bi-partisan Senate committee is urging the Turnbull Government to urgently overhaul the care provided to veterans following a long-running inquiry into veteran suicide.
One of the most polarising figures in Australian public life takes her leave today, after five controversial years as Australia's human rights protector.
Those who support watering down the anti-hate laws in the Racial Discriminaton Act have received a boost this morning.
Polling commissioned by conservative think tank the Institute of Public Affairs shows that almost one in two people support removing the words 'insult' and 'offend'...
We've heard a lot about the high rate of Indigenous incarceration in Australia in recent times, but there's another group in society who are also getting locked up at an alarming rate: returned servicemen.
Australian veterans from Afghanistan and Iraq are experiencing high rates...
Melbourne teenager Jake Bilardi left his suburban home in August 2014 to join Islamic State. He died last year during a suicide attack in the Iraqi city of Ramadi. He was 18.
Jake was one of the youngest people ever recruited...
World demand for food is booming but Australia's participation in that growth is not inevitable. The Australian Farm Institute warns we need to bust some myths about the nation's relative competitiveness, invest capital, build skills and marketing capacity and play smarter if we are going...
What is the real cost of your three dollar t-shirt?
If you're a fashion lover you might recognise a designer label, but can you tell where the fabric came from? Or who dyed the cotton?
A new report is being released today scrutinises...