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The National Library of Australia has launched a searchable archive of websites allowing you to step back in time and access billions of these early sites. Included among them is a website from Prime Minister Howard and also the first versions of APO as Australian...
Interview with Julie Oberin, Chair Women's Services Network.
Federal Minister for Women Kelly O'Dwyer will join her state counterparts in Adelaide today for talks on the final phase of the 12-year National Plan to reduce violence against women and children.
The two-day summit...
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...
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...
There's no question that Australia's approach to dealing with asylum seekers is a hotly debated issue in the country today.
But has it always been like this?
According to a new book on the subject being launched in Sydney today, Australia's policy on...
There are an estimated 100 Australians fighting in the Middle East with terror groups like Islamic State. About 50 of them are believed to be dual nationals.
Within weeks, the Federal Government will present legislation to Parliament to strip dual citizens involved in terrorist...
New data shows that the majority of homeless young people in Australia have come straight out of state care.
Welfare organisations say the national survey of 400 homeless young people should be a wake-up call for state governments.
Crime statistician Dr Don Weatherburn speaks with Fran Kelly about his new book Arresting Incarceration, which examines the growing trend in Aboriginal incarceration rates.
Between 1992 and 2012, the rate of Indigenous imprisonment per head of population soared by more than 50 per cent.