Aussie love affair with Japan
Japan is the newest hotspot for Australians with a 14% increase in tourism, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Syria’s development has been squandered on its civil war with half of its workers involved in activities relating to violence, according to new research.
Chippendale residents are becoming increasingly enraged by large drunken gatherings at an alcohol free zone near Sydney's Central Park complex.
Economic isolation is one of the barriers facing refugees as they grapple with language difficulties, lack of professional recognition and lack of local knowledge.
A new study has found a “significant link” between hotter classrooms and poorer performance in students as the NSW Government announced funding for air conditioning in schools in this week's budget.
New developments such as Barangaroo in Sydney are adding to the estimated 44,000 tonnes of annual refurbishment waste from office buildings.
Groundbreaking techniques in digital mapping are bringing a new dimension to significant historical events such as the Holocaust.
Young people could be the key to changing negative attitudes to refugees, according to new research.
Northern Beaches Council hopes to introduce a digital parking permit to thwart a lucrative black market in resale and an influx of campers.