There was awkwardness in Sydney on Monday as Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull hosted German Chancellor Angela Merkel on a tour of a research facility the Abbott Government has cut funding for.
An "incredible" sequence of images captured by the comet chaser Rosetta tracking the intial path of its lander, Philae, to the comet surface to make its first touchdown has been released.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for a close partnership with Australia based on shared values to exploit the Indo-Pacific region's immense economic opportunities while tackling its growing security challenges.
Just hours before Brazilian student Roberto Curti was allegedly assaulted by four NSW police in the Sydney CBD, he was screaming for police assistance while being bashed by three teenagers, a court has heard.
The Court of Appeal's Justices ruled against Mr Setka on Tuesday.
Some of Australia’s best-known fund managers name stocks that should do well in what’s predicted to be a sluggish 2015.
Farmers are predicting that the historic free trade deal with China will make Australian farms more profitable, more productive, generate a surge in confidence in Australian agriculture and keep farmers on the land.
Ruralco Holdings managing director John Maher said that low spring rainfall is hurting farmers in Australia’s drought-stricken north.
The axe is coming to the national broadcaster this week, with a 5 per cent or more cut meaning the death of state-based current affairs and foreign news offices closed.
SBS boss Michael Ebeid has rejected claims that commercial networks would lose up to $200 million over five years if the special broadcaster is allowed to increase its prime-time advertising.