The brass letters spelling ANZAC had sat fixed to a stone plinth on the Gallipoli Peninsula above the Aegean Sea for more than 14 years. On Friday morning, they were gone.
Law enforcement agencies have targeted a suspected crime syndicate deeply involved in Victorian horse racing and with ties to the AFL.
A woman who has survived dozens of medical emergencies because her blood won't clot is hoping for a normal life, writes Kate Hagan.
Students starting VCE can look back to their NAPLAN results for a prediction about their chances of gaining entry to university, research shows.
There is a permanent fatal flaw in an aged care home planned on Sydney Harbour's Middle Head, a former chief fire control officer for the ACT has warned.
Newcrest has been dealt one of the biggest blows against executive pay since the two-strikes rule was introduced in 2011.
To many employees, the idea of working from home seems ideal - a day of quiet productivity with plenty of snacks and coffee to hand, and no need to even change out of one's pyjamas. But new research suggests it may not be as idyllic as it sounds.
Just six years have passed since John Williams arrived in Canberra for his first day as a federal parliamentarian, but the backbencher known as "Wacka" has already made his mark.
Scott Brodie knows broken. He has given more than 200 thoroughbred racehorses a life after the inner circle, and a ticket out of the knackery.
Australia's first naval battle of World War I led to a remarkable odyssey.