Security forces storm former Australian detention camp to remove hundreds of refugees refusing for weeks to leave.
Protests and criticism drive up pressure on conservative government as 600 refugees hold out on Manus Island.
Inquest into the death of Aboriginal woman in police custody underscores Australia’s indigenous imprisonment problem.
Australia’s plan to make welfare recipients work for their government payments goes under the microscope.
Global ride-sharing company Uber has faced growing legal pressure in Australia but continues to steer its course.
Candlelight vigils are drawing large crowds of supporters urging government compassion for desperate refugees.
This month’s local vote is viewed as a litmus test on Tony Abbott’s leadership of the beleaguered Liberal Party.
Young Aboriginal people in the state of Western Australia are 53 times more likely to be detained than peers.
Constant drought risk has pushed the dry city of Western Australia to become a world leader in water management.
While other states have legalised sex work, South Australia still has some of the most repressive laws on the books.