Unions estimate up to 700,000 workers will lose money when the new rates take effect on July 1.
Kim Arlington It's not the airconditioner or clothes dryer.
Eamonn Duff The mounted security division was shut down amid claims that former racehorses were mistreated.
Peter Hannam Parts of the Great Barrier Reef are enduring sustained periods of heat stress worse than last year.
Matthew Knott Self-driving cars will be commercially available within five years and could become so advanced that humans are banned from driving, a federal parliamentary inquiry has heard.
Amy Remeikis Queensland workers in coalition electorates will be among the hardest hit by the changes to Sunday penalty rates, with employees in some of the most marginal seats in the nation also bearing the brunt.
Anna Patty, Workplace Editor Single mother Sharon Eurlings has worked Sunday shifts for more than 20 years to help pay the bills and get care for her children.
Michael Koziol, Political reporter The Immigration Department has begun issuing warning notices to about 12,000 asylum seekers in Australia to apply for refugee status immediately or face deportation.
David Wroe Australia wanted the United Nations to play a bigger role in the reconstruction of Iraq after the 2003 invasion but was rebuffed by the Bush administration, a declassified report reveals.
The Press Council considered a complaint by Tom Thompson, an authenticator of historical artifacts, about an article in The Sun-Herald on 27 March 2016.