Australian high school students are up to two school years behind their peers in the world's best performing countries, a major global test of student achievement has revealed.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter "He's not a team player at all. We can't work with him, you can't reason with him," the One Nation leader says.
Deborah Snow Natasha Stott Despoja says her three years as Australian Ambassador for Women and Girls have been confronting at time, showing her the best and worst of humanity
Patrick Begley, Michael Evans Savas Guven, the Mosman chief executive with a violent past, has been slapped with two fresh charges of intimidation after an alleged "parking rage" incident saw him charged with assault in July.
Peter Martin Financial market analysts believe the economy went backwards immediately after the July election, ending 5 years of continuous growth and calling into question the government's repeated promise to "deliver jobs and growth".
Nick Ralston, Sean Nicholls and Michaela Whitbourn Former NSW deputy police commissioner Nick Kaldas has launched legal action to stop the state's ombudsman's publishing his report into the police bugging scandal.
Lisa Visentin, Megan Levy A man has died after he and another camper were struck by lightning during a camping trip on the top of Mount Warning, near Murwillumbah, as severe thunderstorms hit the state's north on Tuesday morning.
Michael Gordon "This is business as usual," Malcolm Turnbull declared this morning, as he defended the decision to release a set of broad terms of reference for a climate change policy review that has been Coalition policy for years.
Damien Murphy One of the young Aboriginal man at the centre of the Don Dale youth detention centre scandal, Dylan Voller , is threatening a hunger strike over threats of abuse by guards in the Darwin Correctional Centre, according to his mother.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter Embattled One Nation senator Rod Culleton has given the strongest indication yet he will quit Pauline Hanson's One Nation party if he survives a High Court challenge to his eligibility to serve in Parliament.
Former Cowra boy Adrian Kiely will conduct a flypast over Holmwood School on Tuesday in an F/A 18 ...
Where have our reserved and respectable public figures gone? Should they be getting down in the mud with ...
An exhibition of works by some of the region's best and brightest young artists is currently underway at ...
It's 126 years old, but there's so much more to this home.
Tickets are running out fast for the Cowra Ballet School’s two performances of “The Secret Life of Toys” ...
The Cowra Neighbourhood Centre hosted Christmas lunch for several hundred people on Friday.