Playing finals footy is a long shot for West Coast - but coach says his side will have a big say in who does.
James Hird's focus upon his return to work at Essendon is expected to be on preparing for season 2015, whether he takes up a seat in the coaches box for the rest of this year or not.
The Hockeyroos sent a stern warning in their Commonwealth Games opener on Thursday.
More than 135,000 Australian children, or about 26 in every 1000 children, received child protection services in 2012–13, according to a report released today by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.
The Tax Office has hit the family of corrupt former Labor kingpin Eddie Obeid with a $9 million bill after it audited his tax affairs and family trusts spanning half a decade.
It is sometimes overlooked in the aftermath of a spectacular corruption inquiry that there are many ways to skin a (corrupt) cat.
Long-awaited report into discrimination against pregnant women to be handed down by the Human Rights Commission
There was a peace that was found in St Paul's Cathedral on Thursday. For some, it was the first time they had found it since their ordinary lives were upended.
NSW Labor has abandoned its heartland in western Sydney and "forgotten who it is supposed to represent", according to former senior ALP figure Martin Ferguson, in an attack on the state opposition's coal seam gas policy.