Robert  Curgenven in St Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna, Austria

When you enter CIT’s Wandesford Quay gallery in Cork, there is a maze made of black fabric. Inside the maze, voices speak over one another: tongue-twi(...)

Despite a slowdown in the Australian economy, there are still almost 200 occupations on the Skilled Occupations List, which is a good indicator of your chances of finding a job.

 Australia may no longer be the dream destination it was for Irish people seeking work abroad but it still has lots to offer offer – and n(...)

Antoinette Carroll, from Dublin, a youth justice advocate in Alice Springs, Australia.

In the past month, the name Dylan Voller has become synonymous with the treatment meted out to some youth offenders in Australia’s Northern Territory.(...)

A satellite image of the island of Nauru in the South Pacific, the world’s smallest island state, home to fewer than 10,000 people.  On the last official count at the end of June, 442 people – 338 men, 55 women and 49 children – were held in the Nauru regional processing centre. Photograph:  Planet Observer/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

The devastating trauma and abuse inflicted on children held by Australia in offshore detention has been laid bare in the largest cache of leaked docum(...)

Sean Cole and a friend were swimming across the Northern Territory’s Mary River when the 15ft crocodile clamped its jaws around Mr Cole’s chest on Saturday afternoon, as 15 friends watched in horror from the bank.  File photograph: Australia Zoo/PA Wire

The bodies of a 26-year-old swimmer and the crocodile that killed him in a notorious Outback river at the weekend have been recovered by Australian po(...)

Australian prime minister Kevin Ruddgreets students after visiting the facilities of Macquarie University in Sydney as part of his election campaign. Photograph: Daniel Munoz/Reuters

With three weeks to go before the Australian election, the minority Labor government is fast running out of time to improve its poll standing and reta(...)

The “chief funster” will have VIP access to exclusive Sydney parties and festivals, while the Northern Territory’s “outback adventurer” will get a taste of Australian bush life. Photograph: Thinkstock

More than 40,000 people from around the globe have applied for Australia’s six “Best Jobs in the World”, leaving Australian tourism officials w(...)