All nine judges for the 100 Women of Influence awards voted Elizabeth Broderick not only winner of the Diversity category but also 2014's overall winner.
Judges recognise Elizabeth Broderick's dedication to ensuring women have the opportunity to more flexibly balance paid work and unpaid caring.
Complex and potentially worsening problems across the world, from terrorism to disease outbreaks and economic challenges, dominated phone talks between US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday.
Jacqui Lambie should resign from Parliament if she is not going to take her job seriously, government MP Craig Laundy says, following the Palmer United senator's warning that Ebola-infected "suicide agents" could attack Australia.
The University of Sydney has removed a male student from an administrative role on campus after he admitted to taking a photo in secret of a female student during sex and showing it to other students.
Canberra's arts scene has much to offer over the next weeks. It seems there's something for everyone, Natasha Rudra outlines.
The Abbott Government insists it stands ready to help regional neighbours combat any future Ebola outbreak, despite not having provided Ebola-specific training to its emergency medical teams.
The NSW government's tough, drawn-out legal response to a damages claim brought by 15 victims of child sexual abuse felt like an attempt to "drag out our hurt", one victim has told the royal commission.
The main challenger in elections for a troubled HSU branch has been barred from contesting the poll after the Federal Court ruled he was ineligible to stand
The next time you get mad at Telstra's call centre staff for having poor English, there is a 50 per cent chance you should aim your rage at Perth and not Mumbai or Manila.