Australians

One in seven working Australians is now employed in health or social services, while manufacturing is enjoying a COVID-era renaissance, show new figures that also confirm casual workers are bearing the...

Australians overwhelmingly believe companies that have used the federal government’s $98 billion JobKeeper program to boost their profits should be made to repay the cash. As Labor and crossbench senators...

For our free coronavirus pandemic coverage, learn more here. Australians who have lived and worked in Vietnam for years feel they’ve been abandoned by their own country without access to any coronavirus...

‘Why Australia has so many car crashes’: Dashcam captures moment huge huntsman spider scuttles across car windscreen and sparks screams of terror from two men inside Two Australian men started...

Singapore: Bali has not given up hope of welcoming back arrivals from Australia before the end of the year as it seeks to reopen to foreign tourists next month. The province’s deputy governor Tjokorda...

Sick Australians who were blocked from boarding the first government repatriation flight from India will have priority to return home once they have recovered from COVID-19, but there are no plans to organise...

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison says there is no escaping or cancelling Australia’s history and January 26 represents the day the land “changed forever”. Mr Morrison used an address to an official...

The ABC paid News Corp's Foxtel up to $35,000 for each Matildas match aired by the taxpayer-funded broadcaster last financial year, prompting criticism that the pay-TV network was double-dipping into...

Australians still frightened by the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic have increased their deposits at the nation's banks to their highest level on record, giving themselves a launching...

How often do YOU wash your sheets? Australians confess how many times they clean their bedding per month – as experts reveal the right way to do it Consumer advocacy group CHOICE asked Aussies how...

What is your ‘petty’ annoyance? From loud eating to using a dirty knife in butter – fed-up people share the ‘little things’ that they simply can’t stand Mother Adele...

It’s not just American kids frolicking in Florida on spring break who need a copy of “Coronavirus for Dummies.” Australian beachgoers showed themselves to be just as clueless — or as much in denial...

The global outbreak of coronavirus has prevented Australian consular officials from visiting a citizen locked up in a Chinese prison. There are also concerns for another Australian detained in Iran, where...

A pair of women killed when their car crossed the centre line and collided head-on with a truck are believed to be Australian tourists who had only just arrived in the country. The women, both aged in...

The ruling that Theerasak Longji be executed was made at 4pm. At 5pm he was allowed to phone his wife, and during their hour on the line he protested his innocence. He didn’t speak to their eight-year-old...