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Sanders' effort at one-upmanship on student loans goes a step further than Senator Elizabeth Warren's proposal and would cancel $US1.6 trillion of debt.
New research shows some tourists have already started to mourn the loss of the Great Barrier Reef to climate change.
The NBN has ramped up its efforts to sign up businesses by cutting wholesale prices for telecommunications companies as it pushes towards a $1 billion revenue goal.
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The Australian Christian Lobby will kick off the relaunch of Israel Folau's crowd-sourced fighting fund with a $100,000 donation as soon as Tuesday.
With the demise of the Currawong Workers’ Holiday Camp on the Northern Beaches, where are former unionists expected to go for their well-earned breaks?
The relatives of Australian children in Syrian camps for Islamic State families have pleaded with their fellow citizens to overcome any "fears and apprehensions" about the children’s return.
After months of tension, the Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation has come to a peace deal with the foundation that signs its cheques.
The Trbojevic brothers' brilliant displays at Optus Stadium have them poised to become the game's hottest property in just over four months' time.
The patient underwent corrective surgery on Friday and was able to return home with his family. But he will need a third surgery in coming days.
The party is still days from electing its new leader, but jostling for the deputy role has already begun.
Westpac’s decision not to release the self-assessment report on culture governance and accountability may prove to be a mistake.
The site has been forced to grapple with its unintended role as an arbiter of what causes are acceptable for a public fundraising drive.
A golden era for Australian women in sport is upon us.
In her first interview since being promoted by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Jane Hume urged warring industry and retail funds to "lay down their arms".
In our home, a framed black and white photograph of him standing next to a Messerschmitt – a German fighter plane – was paraded without explanation.
The 30 per cent of Sydneysiders who now live in flats are justifiably worried since they are not covered by home warranty schemes which protect owners of low-rise residential properties.
According to the 2019 World Happiness Report (WHR), there are three important factors for finding happiness.
Centre Alliance senators are not happy with the government's Ensuring Integrity Bill and say it would be "foolish" to rush it through Parliament.
The true scale of complaints is unknown but preparations are in place to decade-old banking disputes.