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THE UN HAS RULED AUSTRALIA VIOLATED OUR RIGHTS. WILL ALBANESE ACT?

We are celebrating now, but we know this is just the beginning. The new Australian government may have brought in a new climate policy,...

‘CAPITAL FLIGHT': STOUSH LOOMS OVER LABOR'S PLANS TO FUND BIG POLLUTERS TO GO GREEN

Greens leader Adam Bandy, who cooperated with Labor to pass the 43 per cent emissions targets, says he won't be so amenable this time.

 
 
 

'I DESERVE A PRESENT TOO': WOMAN'S FIRST BIRTHDAY GIFT STIRS ADMISSION CONTROVERSY

Woman divides opinion with her 'first birthday' gift admission.

WRC RETURNS DOWN UNDER FOR RALLY NEW ZEALAND

After a decade, the FIA World Rally Championship finally returns Down Under for Rally New Zealand.

 
 
 

‘LITERALLY ABOUT TO FALL TO BITS': HISTORIC ABORIGINAL PANTHERS DOCUMENTARY SAVED FROM OBLIVION

A little-seen film documenting the rise of Australia's black power movement in the 1970s and the establishment of the Aboriginal Embassy...

DIVIDEND CRUSADER GETS SECOND WIND AS FRANKING STOUSH RE-EMERGES

Having given Labor a black eye in 2019, veteran investor Geoff Wilson isn't ready to give the Albanese government any benefit of the...

 
 
 

ITALIANS CAST THEIR VOTES IN CRUCIAL ELECTION

Italians have voted in an election that could move the country's politics sharply toward the right during a critical time for Europe.

TORRES STRAIT ISLANDERS WIN HISTORIC HUMAN RIGHTS LEGAL FIGHT

International legal history is made after a UN committee finds federal government violated its human rights obligations to them through...

 
 
 

OUR TORRES STRAIT ISLANDS ARE DYING, BUT THE UN HAS GIVEN US A LIFELINE

A United Nations committee has found the Australian government violated the rights of Torres Strait islanders by failing to act on...

THIRD PARTIES TO BE COVERED BY ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION

The national integrity commission will have the power to investigate anyone who tries to influence public officials into engaging in...

 
 
 

PARIS, KIM, KATE: WHY DESIGNERS WENT BIG ON STUNTS AT MILAN FASHION WEEK

The clothes took a back seat at Milan Fashion Week as big brands Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace attempted to outdo each other with...

GREEN'S FORM PRESSURES MARSH, STOINIS TO PROVE THEIR WORLD CUP FITNESS

Cameron Green's India exploits mean Mitchell Marsh and Marcus Stoinis will not want to put a single foot wrong in their returns from...

 
 
 

‘HUGE WAKE-UP CALL': OPTUS TO OFFER CREDIT MONITORING AS GOVERNMENT THREATENS BIG FINES

In her first significant comments since the hack, the cybersecurity minister confirmed almost 3 million Optus customers had significant...

KURT FEARNLEY APPOINTED CHAIR OF NDIA

The new chair of the NDIA, former Paralympian Kurt Fearnley, says it is important for NDIS participants to see themselves in the scheme.

 
 
 

THE OCEAN CLEANUP PUTS AN END TO THE GREAT PACIFIC GARBAGE PATCH

The 1.6 square kilometres of plastic pollution in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is being removed by The Ocean Cleanup.

AUSTRALIAN NFL ROOKIE GETS HIGH PRAISE AFTER WIN

Former NFL MVP Lamar Jackson praised Australia's Daniel Faalele for stepping up when the team needed him.

 
 
 

PRINCESS MARY FILMED DANCING AT ROYAL EVENT

In a rare glimpse of her royal duties Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, has been filmed dancing at an official event with husband Frederik,...

DNA LAB STAFF RAISED CONCERN ABOUT TESTING CHANGE, INQUIRY HEARS

A powerful public probe into the Queensland government's forensic lab has held its first public hearing after an interim report rocked...

 
 
 

CADDICK HIRED DOCUMENT SHREDDER AFTER INVESTIGATION LAUNCHED, ASIC TELLS INQUEST

The regulator's lead investigator Isabella Allen, however, said she didn't believe Melissa Caddick was tipped off about their investigation...

GENTLEMEN JIM: NEUROLOGIST, MENTOR AND INSPIRATION

‘Gentleman Jim' McLeod was a world authority in the fields of multiple sclerosis and disorders of peripheral nerves, and a mentor to...

 
 
 



Green's form pressures Marsh, Stoinis to prove their World Cup fitness

Cameron Green's India exploits mean Mitchell Marsh and Marcus Stoinis will not want to put a single foot wrong in their returns from injury Read more ...

‘Huge wake-up call': Optus to offer credit monitoring as government...

In her first significant comments since the hack, the cybersecurity minister confirmed almost 3 million Optus customers had significant amounts of personal data stolen in last... Read more ...

Princess Mary filmed dancing at royal event

In a rare glimpse of her royal duties Mary, Crown Princess of Denmark, has been filmed dancing at an official event with husband Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark. Read more ...

Australian NFL rookie gets high praise after win

Former NFL MVP Lamar Jackson praised Australia's Daniel Faalele for stepping up when the team needed him. Read more ...

The Ocean Cleanup puts an end to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

The 1.6 square kilometres of plastic pollution in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is being removed by The Ocean Cleanup. Read more ...

Kurt Fearnley appointed chair of NDIA

The new chair of the NDIA, former Paralympian Kurt Fearnley, says it is important for NDIS participants to see themselves in the scheme. Read more ...

Gentlemen Jim: neurologist, mentor and inspiration

‘Gentleman Jim' McLeod was a world authority in the fields of multiple sclerosis and disorders of peripheral nerves, and a mentor to generations of young medical professionals. Read more ...

Caddick hired document shredder after investigation launched, ASIC tells inquest

The regulator's lead investigator Isabella Allen, however, said she didn't believe Melissa Caddick was tipped off about their investigation into her Ponzi scheme. Read more ...

DNA lab staff raised concern about testing change, inquiry hears

A powerful public probe into the Queensland government's forensic lab has held its first public hearing after an interim report rocked the state's criminal justice system. Read more ...

What the West should learn from the protests in Iran

Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, clearly believes that compromising on the regime's ideological pillars - including hijab - will only hasten its collapse. Read more ...