A decade-long vision for arts and culture in NSW aims to improve opportunities for the current and next generations of creatives.
Education ministers are working on how to tie school funding to ensure better outcomes for all students as those from poor backgrounds fall behind.
The Victorian government is pushing ahead with the Suburban Rail Loop, signing the project's first major works contract.
New signing Abdel Nader will bring NBA experience gained with Boston, Oklahoma City and Phoenix to South East Melbourne's bid for the NBL playoffs.
Lawyers for two poll workers played audio recordings in a US courtroom of graphic threats the women received after Rudy Giuliani falsely accused them of fraud.
England have been caught off guard by Jofra Archer returning from injury at the weekend, with the fast bowler taking four wickets for a Barbados club side
The federal government's mid-year review will show it has found budget savings to pay for new spending, such as the response to the robodebt royal commission.
One person is in a critical condition in hospital and another is seriously injured after about 30 vehicles collided on a freeway near Bacchus Marsh.
Twenty per cent of players at this year's Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand were targeted with online abuse according to a FIFA report.
The presidents of Guyana and Venezuela will meet this week to address a dispute over the Essequibo region.
Queensland Police officers will mark the first anniversary of the deaths of their colleagues Matthew Arnold and Rachel McCrow with a minute's silence.
US Special Counsel Jack Smith has asked the top court to rule on whether Donald Trump can be prosecuted on charges he plotted to overturn election results.
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has defended of his subsidised meal scheme during a six-hour evidence session in front of the country's COVID-19 inquiry.
The Polish parliament has backed Donald Tusk to become the country's prime minister in a 248-201 vote.
The US air force inspector general says a documents leak was made worse by the failure of officials to take required action on a suspect's suspicious behaviour.
Jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's allies say they have not heard from him in six days.
Nathan Lyon's focus is on making his Test comeback but he can't deny it would be special to join Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath in the history books this week.
The High Court is set to begin hearing whether the Commonwealth can avoid criminal penalties for damaging sacred sites in the Northern Territory.
Leadership nominations to replace Annastacia Palaszczuk as Queensland premier have kicked off with Steven Miles and Shannon Fentiman tilting for the top job.
New laws requiring employers to take proactive steps at work to stamp out sexual harassment have come into effect