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Outlaw motorcycle gangs are setting up chapters in south-east Asia in a bid to move hundreds of kilograms of drugs into Australia.
The chance to study as a field nurse in regional Vietnam was a driving force for a Logan nursing graduate studying the world's second-highest ranked nursing course at Griffith University.
A plant believed to be key to ensuring coffee supply in the face of climate change has been found to be more susceptible to high temperatures than previously thought.
For the first time in Australian racing history, the first four horses across the line will all earn more than $1 million.
The allegations against the former High Court judge were "appalling", Attorney-General Mark Speakman said.
As we moved into lockdown it appeared inevitable that Big Tech would thrive. But it soon became apparent how ill-equipped these platforms were to anchor communities together when facts matter.
Passenger limits on public transport mean more cars on the road. The time is right for a CBD congestion charge which would be borne by those who could most afford it.
The promise of low-cost hydrogen storage to power our homes and businesses may be a lot closer to becoming a reality if new technology can make a speedy transition from the lab.
Long-range strike weapons could ultimately make Australia less safe by provoking counter-reactions - and not necessarily from China.
The nation's biggest business lobby group is urging the federal government and corporate leaders to hire more Asian Australians in senior management and board roles.
Details on which medtech products will be carved out of government regulation is still unknown.
Some of the saddest cases I dealt with were single mothers in tears, asking how they would manage to get their children to after-school activities. All for a detectable, but non-intoxicating, level of a drug in their system.
Free daily horoscope for each star sign from renowned Astrologer Hedy Damari. Forecasts for the day ahead in life, love and career.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to more discussion about the connection between unemployment and mental health.
The listed biotech's boss Dr Jackie Fairley says the local sector needs to better translate research into viable remedies, as the pandemic puts the sector in the spotlight.
On July 3, 1994, Australian tennis champion Lew Hoad died at 59. We revisit the Herald's obituary of the larrikin "blond trademark" of Australian tennis.
Six Australians – from Julie Bishop to Poh Ling Yeow – reveal their final fashion purchase before lockdown, and where they plan to wear it once restrictions ease.
Readers discuss the bungled practices by private security firms at quarantine hotels.
It seems former High Court judge Dyson Heydon has found a regular lunch partner.