The system allows the public to see not only what percentage of public servants were at work on any given day, but also check whether an individual public servant was actually sitting at his or her desk.
The Abbott government is offering to ditch or delay the most controversial elements of its sweeping higher education reforms to secure a deal with the Senate cross-benchers to allow universities to set their own fees.
Active wear has picked up its game and is becoming a lifestyle fashion choice as leggings become dual purpose. Jenna Clarke explains.
A state memorial service will be held for the late Labor prime minister Gough Whitlam in Sydney on Wednesday November 5.
A reporters' umbrella group says the sentence is a "big relief" and that "any other outcome would have set a terrible precedent for media freedom in Indonesia".
Confusion over Canberra’s plans to cut the Renewable Energy Target (RET) will cost NSW at least $2.5 billion in investment by 2020 and mean the state will fall short of the Baird government’s own target for clean energy, industry groups say.
Damien Tudehope, who served as chief of staff to former NSW attorney general Greg Smith, is set to succeed his old boss as the Liberal candidate for the state seat of Epping after unexpectedly winning preselection on Thursday night.
The Kinchela boys are back together this weekend. They are aged from their late 50s to their 80s, but as Manuel Ebsworth has put it: "We may be old men now, but we still think of each other as boys."
A study by the Australian National University (ANU) could lead to an overhaul of the tests used to assess whether older drivers are fit to drive.
The Australian War Memorial is reviewing security following the terrorist shooting of a soldier guarding a war memorial in Canada.