It may be no great stretch to imagine ghosts lurk on the Gallipoli Peninsula, but a spectral image on a camera frame proved to be no such visitation.
Managers have emerged as the most commonly accused of bullying in Australian workplaces, in the first results released by the Fair Work Commission from its new anti-bullying jurisdiction.
The world's longest-running laboratory experiment has finally delivered a result – eight months after the man who patiently watched over it unrewarded for five decades died.
Dusk had settled and night was closing in on Beach Cemetery on the old Anzac battlefields of Gallipoli when Fairfax photographer Joe Armao opened the shutter on his last series of pictures for the day – and captured something inexplicable.
Womb transplants are the new frontier of reproductive science. Richard Orange reports on the quest to produce the first healthy baby from a transplanted uterus.
An inquest into the deaths of three Australian soldiers killed by a rogue Afghan soldier in 2012 will investigate allegations into commanders' decisions and high-level army procedures.
As many as 20 soldiers killed in Australia's bloodiest 24 hours in battle have been identified, almost a century after they were lost at Fromelles during the nation's first action on the Western Front.
Inquest on three Australian soldiers killed by a rogue Afghan soldier in 2012 will probe uncomfortable allegations about commander decisions and high-level army procedures, Fairfax Media learns.
Australia's alliance with the United States overcharges and under-delivers, Australian National University academic Dr Mike McKinley says.
Australia needs to rethink how it keeps sick, elderly people alive in hospitals and stop overtreating them at the end of their lives, the outgoing director of St Vincent's Hospital's Intensive Care Unit says.