Australia's indigenous people developed sophisticated knowledge systems for thousands of generations before the first university was created, Lilly Brown says.
Michael Gordon Indigenous Australians should think big, but be willing to compromise to ensure the referendum to recognise them in the constitution wins overwhelming support, the country's most senior Aboriginal politician, Ken Wyatt, has urged.
Amy Remeikis Every Australian ambassador will return home in an unprecedented move to shape the Turnbull government's new foreign policy.
David Wroe The Growler is the most potent weapon in electronic warfare.
Fergus Hunter The outcome leaves Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull with an unclear path forward.
Peter Hannam Australia's greenhouse gas pollution jumped in 2015-16 as coal use continued to rise after the scrapping of the carbon price, making it harder to meet its emissions targets.
James Massola, Chief Political Correspondent Australia's biggest business and employer groups cancelled a high-powered phone hook-up planned for Tuesday night to discuss how to counter a Labor-union political campaign opposing cuts to Sunday penalty rates.
Noel Towell "They don't want to move to Armidale," says pesticides boss as nearly 50 workers walk away.
Noel Towell Giant Canberra departments savaged for their management of welfare compliance efforts.
Mark Kenny National Affairs Editor There is no arguing with the proposition that Malcolm Turnbull has the tougher task on the Fair Work Commission's ruling to cut Sunday penalty rates.