The two Australians killed in the Sri Lankan bomb blasts have been identified as a mother and daughter.
"Upon arrival, the aircraft was met by a team of medical specialists and the relevant authorities, including the WA Police.We are unable to comment further."
With the federal election campaign (back) in full swing — and water, tax and climate change in full focus — it would be understandable to ...
In a boon for regional communities – where suicide rates are much higher than in big cities – transcranial direct-current stimulation can ...
Australian scientists have fingered an enormous black hole at the centre of a far-flung galaxy for 'one of the biggest mysteries in astrophysics today'.
The largest study of bisexual people in the world has examined why bisexual people experience higher rates of psychological distress.
On 249th anniversary of Captain James Cook's landing, let's pay him his respect, but not by spending $12 million getting history wrong in a 250th ...
Romance scams are increasing, say Australian experts. Nigerian scammers use pre-written playbooks - similar to those used by telemarketing centres - to convince victims to send money.
University deans say a fall in students starting teaching degrees has come at the same time as a projected boom in school enrolments.
Easter and Anzac Day are very different occasions, but what they have in common is sacrifice.
Across the Western world we are entering dangerous waters, as public disdain for others becomes the norm rather than the exception. Easter can inspire us to think differently.
In a brand-new high-security lab, Professor Paul McMenamin is looking at the future of anatomy in his cold blue eyes.
Six prizes in Queensland worth about $6.38 million are unclaimed.
Six tickets in Queensland worth about $6.38 million are unclaimed.
Mass shootings have a pattern. Patterns have beginnings. In many ways Columbine was the first school shooting in the US, and its bloody legacy is writ large in every terrible headline.
The number of home schooled children in NSW has surged in the past five years, with parents citing special needs and educational philosophy as the key reasons
Furious Facebook posts, abusive emails, school sit-ins, menacing behaviour: the bullying of staff by parents can have devastating consequences.