He has cycled the grounds of Tokyo's Imperial Palace and been spotted on the steep incline of Red Hill behind Parliament House.
Australia Post is in financial crisis, with 900 job cuts to be announced this week and more pain to follow unless urgent action is taken.
A national program to protect gay high school students from bullying and discrimination is being undermined by the Abbott government's chaplaincy scheme, according to campaigners who fear religious-based counselling puts gay pupils at risk.
Age pensioners are increasingly moving overseas where they can live more cheaply.
Age pensioners are moving overseas where they can live more cheaply, as the pension fails to keep pace with the cost of living and their superannuation proves inadequate.
A flood of biblical proportions is predicted to hit Australia's art market as people sell or write off art held in their retirement funds.
A Sri Lankan refugee arrived in Australia with so much hope.
London and Western Australian are the settings for three new stories from history, writes Michael Popple.
'The best part is we never need to specify exactly how it will work,'' says a prime ministerial staffer during an episode of ABC TV satire The Hollowmen. Policy adviser David Murphy, played by actor Lachy Hulme, is referring to the half-baked National Perpetual Endowment Fund he and others concocted to make their PM appear ''visionary''.
Immigration Minister Scott Morrison has said the family of a refugee, who died after setting himself alight, would face "very real difficulties" in obtaining visitor visas to attend his funeral if held in Australia.
Two blocks in the central business district of Parkes are being evacuated as a result of the Auslec ...
Parkes Rugby League Club are holding a reunion this weekend to celebrate their 1954 and 1984 premiership wins. ...
Stephen Davies Field will play host to a mouthwatering late-season clash as the two top womens Western premier ...