Chris Thomas, one of Australia’s most distinguished scientists and a respected research fellow into the psycho-social aspects of disease, has died in Melbourne following a six-year battle with brain cancer.
There can be few more promising signs that a degree of normality is set to return than the Prime Minister’s surprise announcement on Friday that the staged re-opening of international […]
Recent discoveries show there is much more to know about the Indigenous team of 1866 and its first coach, Tom Wills. That is an opportunity, not a problem.
Much as the man currently in the job might wish otherwise, the formerlies are here to stay.
Alex Turnbull is suing the chief executive of a Sydney investment firm for $12 million over allegations of misleading and deceptive conduct. But the case has raised wider questions about […]
Some Australians living abroad say they are yet to find direct flights to Australia, and many of those making successful bookings are doing so amid some uncertainty about the lifting […]
More ancestral remains of First Nations people are being held in major Australian museums today than in 2010, despite a long-standing government policy to return remains to their communities, says […]
Croatia is making a major play to recruit Deni Juric, the younger brother of Socceroo Tomi Juric.
The former Wallabies coach has no doubt Cameron Murray would have represented Australia at union.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has resigned after the corruption watchdog announced an investigation, Melbourne’s current road out of lockdown hangs in the balance, and Queensland remains on high alert.
An international study by The Australian National University and King’s College London has found Australia’s gender pay gap reporting is failing to deliver constructive change.
“The cynic in me wonders if it is in some sense staged, a piece of performance art,” climatologist Michael Mann says of Australia’s debate over net zero.
Ellyse Perry dragged herself back to somewhere near her best as Australia strove to arrest India’s first innings advance on the Gold Coast.
Veteran Liberal MP Russell Broadbent says he hasn’t been vaccinated against COVID-19 and doesn’t want to take any of the jabs currently available in Australia.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison declares it is “time to give Australians their lives back” and reunite families and loved ones following 18-month of closed borders.
Melbourne has now endured 245 days in lockdown since the COVID-19 pandemic reached Australia’s shores. This is how The Age’s photographers saw it.
India’s No. 3 Punam Raut walked off the field and into cricket’s collective memory after she conceded edging a delivery from Sophie Molineux
The situation has infuriated customers awaiting online orders and US businesses that regularly send mail to Australia.
Australia and India will sign an interim trade deal by the end of the year, as the European Union slows down talks on a different deal.
After a record-breaking flight to Australia, the Avro Vulcan – then the largest swept-wing aircraft in the world – crashed on landing at London airport, killing four.
After more than a decade of talk about an Australia-India trade deal former prime minister Tony Abbott is confident there will be a breakthrough by Christmas.
Sydney’s youngest and oldest school children will return to classrooms from October 18, Victorian healthcare workers are being told to ‘prepare psychologically’ for the next few months and Queensland remains […]
The back-rower is set to be named on the bench for Australia’s final Rugby Championship match against Argentina.
Research based on a survey of 6000 adolescents across Australia has alarmed experts who believe the worst is yet to come after nearly two years of lockdowns, homeschooling and isolation.
The number of cancer biopsies, scans and surgeries in Australia plummeted last year, sparking concerns of up to 20,000 missed cancer cases as extended lockdowns halt routine medical check-ups.
Only Poland and Bulgaria recorded bigger falls, while Botswana,Turkey, Argentina and Greece are among the countries that outperform us.
Malcolm Turnbull has claimed Scott Morrison put Australia’s national security at risk in how he handled dumping a submarine contract with France.
Annastacia Palaszczuk says the Wellcamp quarantine hub will accept international arrivals by early 2022, while also insisting every eligible Queenslander should be offered a COVID vaccine before Australia opens up.
Ashleigh Barty hasn’t made any final decisions about remaining events in 2021 even though the world No.1 has returned to Australia after pulling out of Indian Wells.
The competition watchdog has put Australia’s airports on notice following claims from airlines of being stung by aggressive increases to landing and take-off fees.