Religious leaders of multiple faiths gathered at Lakemba Mosque on Friday to express solidarity with Islam and reject what they called a "barrage of negativity" directed at Australian Muslims.
By David Wroe
An employee of the waste management company which took its fleet of trucks off the road nationwide after a fatal crash says many of the trucks have since been found to be un-roadworthy.
The way the Catholic Church calculates harm and awards money to victims of clerical abuse has been questioned at the Royal Commission.
Curtin University research fellow Anne Aly says there are a lot of misconceptions about people who follow Islam.
Australia's top spy has launched an impassioned appeal to the nation's half a million Muslims not to mistake the Abbott government's counterterrorism push as "fighting Islam".
A group of workmates have become multimillionaires after winning the Powerball overnight.
Four months ago, four French journalists held by ISIL in Syria were freed after, it was claimed, Francois Hollande's government paid a hefty ransom.
Troops disregarded a command to ban topless barmaids from a government military recreation club adjoining Australia’s main special forces base in Perth, the Defence Department has admitted.
A former employee of the firm which took its fleet of trucks off the road nationwide after a fatal crash says he quit his job with the waste management company a year ago because he did not want to accidentally kill someone.