Military police at Australia's detention centre in Afghanistan were pressured to make prisoners more "pliable" by gagging them, depriving them of sleep and denying them exercise.
With the Brisbane Times City2South presented by Westpac bringing runners back to Coronation Drive, Commonwealth Games gold medallist Rob De Castella recalls his famous sprint down Brisbane's iconic riverside road. By Phil Lutton.
Australian research has created a molecular roadmap that shows how any cell in the human body can be turned into artificial stem cells.
More Australian women are going back to work after having children, but they prefer to work part-time and the age of their children when they rejoin the workforce is getting younger.
One in four teenagers has played a gambling-style video game, leading to warnings game play could translate into gambling with real money.
The day's burning issues as seen through the eyes of The Sydney Morning Herald's editorial cartoonist.
After spending most of the past two years more valuable than the greenback, the Australian dollar has finally been driven well below parity with its American counterpart.
Foreign Minister uses used special powers to cancel the visa issued to alleged crime boss.
The capital's centenary party piece has revived the public art debate.
More than one in four people aged between 65 and 69 are now employed, most of them full-time, as older workers have absorbed half of Australia's net growth in jobs since the global financial crisis.
A TODDLER who went missing in Johns River, near Taree, has been found safe and well.
POLICE are searching for a two-year-old boy, said to be lost in the Johns River area.