French and Thai experts are using high-tech sonar equipment to search for the fuselage and black box of the Lao Airlines plane that crashed into the muddy Mekong River on Wednesday, killing 49 people including six Australians.
Federal politicians have repaid taxpayers more than $20,000 in the three weeks since Fairfax Media first revealed two of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's top ministers had claimed thousands of dollars in entitlements for attending the wedding of close friend and Sydney shock jock Michael Smith.
Most things lose their mystique if you look at them for long enough, and so it is proving with music, except you need to listen, not look.
Mathias Cormann came here on holiday and never went home. Now he's balancing the national budget.
Australian authorities were warned that people in Melbourne and Lebanon were helping to organise boatloads of Lebanese asylum seekers to travel to Australia, weeks before a boat sank off the coast of West Java, killing dozens of people including many women and children from one Lebanese village.
By failing to talk about why we fought in Afghanistan, we have wasted soldiers' lives, writes Hugh White.
Paul Livingston has shone a light on an unusual family history.
Many elderly people put up with their children siphoning off their money because they don't want to jeopardise family relationships by confronting them, according to new research.
Rescue helicopters should consider not winching patients deemed too fat and leave them for other rescue options, according to an inquiry into a death in Victoria in August.
Fuel tankers used by the company involved in the fatal crash at Mona Vale this month are older on average than the typical Australian car, according to tightly held information made available to investors.
Parkes Spacemen will head into 2014 secure in the knowledge they will again be led by the premier ...