Mapping life in a Nazi camp
Groundbreaking techniques in digital mapping are bringing a new dimension to significant historical events such as the Holocaust.
More than 400 people have attended a public meeting as anger brews over a proposed mosque in Glenhaven.
Protesters gathered in Sydney at the Protest for Palestine on Tuesday to commemorate 70 years of Al Nakba, ‘the catastrophe’.
A decade-long row over the proposed destruction of the historic Windsor Bridge in north-western Sydney has been the subject of a second NSW Parliamentary inquiry.
A national solution to improve Australia's newborn screening program is currently being drafted.
A record 18 out of the 46 finalists – more than a third - in the 2018 Wynne Prize are artworks by Indigenous artists, including this years winner, Yukultji Napangati.
NSW residents will have the opportunity to surrender their guns to NSW Police in an annual statewide amnesty aimed at reducing the black market in firearms.
Australian sex workers are concerned about the fallout of new American legislation which restricts the industry's ability to operate online.
Australian fans of the Eurovision Song Contest gathered at events across Sydney to watch the 2018 grand final fireworks and raise funds for charity.
Aboriginal activists claim current policing remains racially-biased as the rate of Indigenous imprisonment continues to grow.