Centre of the earth doesn't spin at a constant rate, research has found.
Any potential criminal trial involving Rolf Harris could be prejudiced by a Wollongong woman’s decision to go public in paid interviews about how she was allegedly sexually assaulted by the entertainer.
Tom Waterhouse may be formally prevented from linking his business to the activities of his renowned trainer mother Gai, despite the bookmaker being cleared at the More Joyous stewards’ inquiry of passing on inside information about the horse’s health.
Horse trainer Gai Waterhouse has been charged by Racing NSW stewards with failing to report any condition that may have affected the performance of More Joyous, and by failing to properly record its treatment.
Phillip Johnson looks fondly at a tubby bottle tree: ''You just want to give it a hug, don't you?'' We're at the Chelsea Flower Show, with just days until the Queen casts her eye over what he hopes will be his finest work.
For modern young Australians, the pursuit of a higher education is far more important than early marriage.
Migrants and refugees are keen to volunteer in their community as well as find paid employment, according to research from one of Australia's biggest multicultural work and training organisations.
Birth rates differ greatly between city and country, writes Julie Power.
Big banks have failed to pass on most interest rates cuts to their credit card customers, despite the Reserve Bank cutting them to their lowest level in more than 50 years.
Number of people in severely crowded housing has jumped a massive 31 per cent.
ABOUT 30 mothers and their children took part in Collie's second Big Pram Walk yesterday.