A former war correspondent arrested in Bali for allegedly possessing hashish has revealed his former employer has agreed to pay for his PTSD treatment when he is released from the notorious Kerobokan jail.
Lucy Battersby and Matthew Knott Australia Post chief executive Ahmed Fahour - who was criticised by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for his $5.6 million salary - has resigned from the job after seven years.
Matthew Knott, Lucy Battersby Ahmed Fahour's successor as Australia Post chief executive is set to receive a massive multi-million dollar pay cut after the Turnbull government stripped the postal service's board of responsibility to set the salary of its managing director.
Jewel Topsfield and Karuni Rompies The Australian government is being sued $103 million for allegedly jailing Indonesian juveniles for people smuggling in adult prisons or holding them in immigration detention between 2008 and 2012.
James Massola, Chief Political Reporter Tony Abbott has laid out a five-point plan for the Coalition to have a chance at the "winnable" next election.
Heath Aston, political correspondent The Fair Work Commission's review of penalty rates was three years in the making but it was clear within minutes of its announcement that lowering Sunday pay was a major new political battleground.
Fergus Hunter A group of federal Labor MPs have urged Australian recognition of a Palestinian state, echoing the high-profile interventions of party elders ahead of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten's meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Anna Patty The time you spend working on a Sunday is still worth more than it is on a Saturday, but not as much as it was in the past, according to the Fair Work umpire.
Rachel Browne Five Australian Catholic archbishops have given a scathing assessment of the church's past response to sexual abuse victims.
Heath Aston, political correspondent He was supposed to be the human face of the thousands of weekend workers affected by the cut in Sunday penalty rates.