More than $4 billion in Australian tax is being shifted by Australian-based multinationals into the world's 15 worst corporate "tax havens" each year, Oxfam says.
Fergus Hunter A national register of people holding power of attorney should be established to prevent children stealing from elderly parents, the Australian Law Reform Commission has recommended in a discussion paper on elder abuse.
Peter Hannam Renewable energy can add resiliency to electricity grids and there's no reason why individual states can't set their own goals higher than a national target, says a US industry veteran.
Eryk Bagshaw The headmaster of one of Sydney's most expensive private schools has conceded that he failed to act in the best interests of students at his former school.
Kim Arlington More than $8 million in claims were made last year.
Peter Hannam Sydney and most of the country's south-east are in for a sweaty few days as a hot air mass sweeps across southern Australia.
Kim Arlington To hyphenate or not to hyphenate?
Sarah Muller Police are searching for 37-year-old David Bell after he allegedly aimed a gun at police twice following a random breath test on Sunday morning near Coffs Harbour.
James Robertson After decades of abortive studies, plans and statements of intention, the federal government will on Monday sign off on what it says is the final piece of paper clearing the way for construction to begin on Sydney's second airport.
Kate McClymont Despite having no formal qualifications and a conviction for fraud, for years a former bankrupt who bought his PhD on the internet has been able to pass himself off as a psychologist in both Sydney and Melbourne.