Foreign Minister uses used special powers to cancel the visa issued to alleged crime boss.
The capital's centenary party piece has revived the public art debate.
More than one in four people aged between 65 and 69 are now employed, most of them full-time, as older workers have absorbed half of Australia's net growth in jobs since the global financial crisis.
The federal government is facing another High Court challenge to the indefinite detention of more than 50 refugees deemed security risks by the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has called for every Australian school student to be taught about the dangers of performance-enhancing drugs, saying children are putting their health at risk by taking steroids and sports supplements.
A discovery raises hope for a Parkinson's cure through to spinal injuries.
Schoolboys wanting a hit of the latest bulk-building product or pill need not travel far.
Chris Jacobs has a space station in his backyard. True, it's unlikely to fly anywhere - it's actually a hodge-podge of MDF, flower pots, plastic bin lids, duct tape from Bunnings and bits of computer junk salvaged from his day job as an IT consultant - but at first glance it looks convincing. Real enough for the camera, anyway, which is all that matters.
Image concerns and pressure to perform are driving students to extremes.
After years of putting jobs, relationships and lives on hold for their sport, Australia's world-beating female cricketers are about to take a big leap towards professionalism.
NARACOORTE'S marching girls, the Kincraig Royals, reunited over a lunch on the weekend.
A 51-year-old Naracoorte man was arrested over allegations of aggravated assault against a domestic partner and family member ...
TIRELESSLY serving the community without expecting anything in return - volunteers are an important asset to any town.
LOCALS showed they care about being allergy aware last Friday by supporting a special morning tea.