Tasmania's forests peace deal is in doubt again after the state parliament's upper house voted against key elements on Tuesday.
Universities will face greater challenges in attracting international students and online education projects could be delayed because of federal funding cuts, education experts warn.
A new indigenous festival will light up the city for 11 days and nights.
DataDot Technology has launched an internal investigation into revelations that it and its partner, the CSIRO, had duped one of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies into buying a compromised anti-counterfeit device.
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The future of Julia Gillard's signature school funding reforms could hinge on her ability to strike a deal with all states and territories, with the Coalition warning it would ''unpick'' anything less than a nationwide agreement.
New migrants, price, ethics and health are driving a shift in our meat choices, once seen as a badge of national pride, writes Inga Ting.
In clubhouses and lounge rooms, they will play the putt with which Adam Scott clinched the Masters - his Masters, and Australia's Masters - forever. Then they will play it again. But rewind the tape to 30 minutes before that final putt dropped, and consider the moment that made the man.
The Australian Human Rights Commission is concerned that people with disabilities are being treated unfairly in the legal system.