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When an adolescent leaves school early, they're more likely to end up homeless than their peers at school — and to be struggling with issues later in life.
In Geelong, Victoria, 250 young people leave school early every year and about 230 of them...
When Ireland legalised same-sex marriage in 2015, conservatives were concerned it would impact on religious freedom.
Victoria is poised to become the first Australian state to legalise voluntary assisted dying after a historic bill was passed yesterday in the state parliament.
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'...
After years of 'open government' reforms being closed down - or shelved - the Turnbull Government is due to release a National Action Plan to coincide with an international summit on open government this week.
The plan is required for membership of the global...
Summary Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says the latest call to arms by the so-called Islamic State group should be taken seriously, despite Victorian police dismissing it as propaganda.
IS has used a new English-language online magazine called Rumiyah to issue a fresh call...
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...
This Sunday marks the third anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, which killed 1,136 garment workers. Each year, since the tragedy, a report card has been released monitoring the progress of the fashion industry and individual companies in improving the rights and...
Weekend talks between Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his New Zealand counterpart John Key have failed to quell Kiwi anger over the deportation of New Zealand criminals.
More than 1,000 New Zealand citizens face being kicked out of Australia—some of whom have lived here...