Thu 19 January 2017More A-League marquees are on the horizon with tripling of the player fund though clubs aren't holding out for a bigger cheque from the TV rights as Fox Sports and Channel 10 edge closer to a partnership.
Thu 19 January 2017The West Australian treasurer says he is aware some people are still doing it tough in the "transitioning" economy as the WA unemployment rate fell to 6.6 per cent.
Thu 19 January 2017How much longer will we wait before we accept Western Australia's economy itself needs to change?
Thu 19 January 2017Paul McCartney has launched a lawsuit against Sony Corp's music publishing arm in a federal court in New York, seeking to get back the copyrights of some of the Beatles' most famous songs.
Thu 19 January 2017The Australian unemployment rate rose slightly in December, disappointing economists who had expected it to hold steady.
Thu 19 January 2017The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released the official job figures for December.
Thu 19 January 2017Unemployment rises to 5.8 per cent, despite the creation of 13,500 jobs last month, due to an increase in people looking for work.
Wed 18 January 2017The family and psychologist of a Bhutanese refugee who took her own life before Christmas are appealing to the Federal Government to better manage welfare assessments for vulnerable people.
Wed 18 January 2017Economists expect the number of Australians with a job rose again in December, but the jobless rate is tipped to have remained steady.
Public service job cuts may have led to growing delays in Centrelink processing claims for age and disability pensionsTue 17 January 2017The Department of Human Services, which controls Centrelink, has failed to meet its own targets for processing age and disability support pension claims, with the number of those processed within its target time falling about 20 per cent over the past three years.
Tue 17 January 2017An Adelaide care facility for people with disabilities and mental health conditions says its future is in limbo, with fears it could lose at least $200,000 a year because of the further roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Mon 16 January 2017It is a mistake to take research money from universities to fund gaps in the National Disabilities Insurance Scheme, the new chairman of Australia's high-profile Universities of Eight research body, Queenslander Professor Peter Hoj said this week.
Sun 15 January 2017It is a mistake to take research money from universities to fund gaps in the National Disabilities Insurance Scheme, the new chairman of Australia's high-profile Universities of Eight research body, Queenslander Professor Peter Hoj said this week.
Sun 15 January 2017Donald Trump has attacked rights activist and Democrat politician John Lewis, who says he won't attend the president-elect's inauguration.
Sun 15 January 2017Donald Trump criticised civil rights leader John Lewis a day after the Georgia congressman said he doesn't consider him "a legitimate president."
Sat 14 January 2017Sixteen special needs children end their Nippers season on a high at Anglesea beach during their final session for the summer.
Fri 13 January 2017The Big Bash League has grown from a domestic competition into an international phenomenon.
Fri 13 January 2017SBS World News Radio: In its annual report Human Rights Watch warns the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States poses an extraordinarily dangerous threat to human rights.
Fri 13 January 2017The election of Donald Trump as president of the United States and the rise of populist leaders in Europe poses a "profound threat" to human rights, the US-based Human Rights Watch warns in its annual global report.
Fri 13 January 2017Human Rights Watch says the Australian government has a double-standard when deciding whether to criticise other countries.
Thu 12 January 2017Australian farmers with a disability are being encouraged to connect with their peers to aid their return to work, but their support services are struggling to find funding.
Thu 12 January 2017
Thu 12 January 2017Kerri-Lynn Peachey from AgrAbility Australia and farmers Bob and Vickie Chaffey discuss the resources and support available to farmers returning to work after illness or injury.
Wed 11 January 2017A Muslim couple who refused on religious grounds to allow their two young daughters take part in boys-and-girls school swimming lessons in Switzerland did not have the right to do so, the European Court of Human Rights ruled on Tuesday.
Tue 10 January 2017It will be a positive year for the Tasmanian economy, the state's main business lobby says, with business confidence on the rise despite a drop in employment.
Mon 9 January 2017A Queensland medical graduate who was left quadriplegic after a car accident says being offered a place as an intern at the Gold Coast University Hospital is "incredible and surreal".
Mon 9 January 2017Job advertisements ease in December, highlighting a slowdown in Australia's employment market over the second half of last year.
Mon 9 January 2017It's no secret that teenagers love social media, but how much do they understand what they've agreed to give up when they start an account?
Sun 8 January 2017Is one day off too much to ask?
Sat 7 January 2017Renters could have long-term leases and greater protection under a review of Victoria's renting laws.
Sat 7 January 2017Urgent action is needed to ensure there is adequate support for people with a mental illness who are not eligible for the NDIS, mental health service providers say.
Fri 6 January 2017Is one day off too much to ask?
Fri 6 January 2017A Texas Republican state senator introduced legislation on Thursday to limit public restroom access for transgender people, despite warnings from a business group that the measure would hurt the Texas economy because it was discriminatory.
Wed 4 January 2017Straight people sure have a lot to say about gay rights. Open a news app, flick through a paper, turn on the telly and there they are: scores and scores of puffed-up heterosexuals, telling us what they think of us. Should we be able to get married? They have some thoughts. Should we be able to have kids? Don't get them started. Should we educate their kids on what makes us different and why their kids shouldn't bully us? Wind them up and watch them go.
Wed 4 January 2017We will be closed over the holiday period and we want to help you plan so you still get paid.
Wed 4 January 2017Faulty product? Here's what the laws says about your rights to a free repair, refund or exchange.
Tue 3 January 2017A group linked to international hacking network Anonymous has taken down the Victorian Human Rights Commission's website and replaced it with a grammatically poor message claiming to be its manifesto.
Tue 3 January 2017The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission's website is taken over by a group claiming to be affiliated to international hacking group Anonymous, sending it offline for several hours.
Tue 3 January 2017We will be closed over the holiday period and we want to help you plan so you still get paid.
Tue 3 January 2017The website of the Victorian Human Rights Commission has been shut down, reportedly by an international hacking ring.
Tue 3 January 2017There are fears the ACT's problems with the NDIS — higher than expected enrolments, participants saying there are not enough support workers, and care providers saying the pay rates are too low — could flow on to other states and territories.
Tue 3 January 2017Faulty product? Here's what the laws says about your rights to a free repair, refund or exchange.
Tue 3 January 2017This change will only affect some customers.
Tue 3 January 2017A central Queensland pistol club running shooting classes for people with an intellectual disability is hoping to find Australia's next Paralympic talent.
Mon 2 January 2017Straight people sure have a lot to say about gay rights. Open a news app, flick through a paper, turn on the telly and there they are: scores and scores of puffed-up heterosexuals, telling us what they think of us. Should we be able to get married? They have some thoughts. Should we be able to have kids? Don't get them started. Should we educate their kids on what makes us different and why their kids shouldn't bully us? Wind them up and watch them go.
Mon 2 January 2017Globally, women's rights are in the crosshairs of rising isolationism and right-wing politics in Western Europe and the US, and campaigners are worried.
Sun 1 January 2017
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Sun 1 January 2017Families trying to access the National Disability Insurance Scheme say the reforms are struggling to keep up with demand in Tasmania and it is only going to get worse.
Sun 1 January 2017Pope Francis in his year-end message urged leaders on Saturday to do more to tackle youth unemployment, saying a generation was being lost to desperation, migration and joblessness.
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