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Media went too far on Nova Peris email scandal, says Malcolm Turnbull

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull:

Newspapers went too far in publishing salacious personal emails between ALP Senator Nova Peris and Trinidadian athlete Ato Boldon, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull says.

Political News | Matthew Knott | Fri Oct 31 07:56:07 EST 2014

Firefighters battle unit fire in Werribee

A block of units on fire in Werribee

A unit has burst into flames across the road from Werribee Station, in Melbourne's sourth-west disrupting traffic and billowing smoke.

Victoria | Caroline Zielinski | Fri Oct 31 14:50:25 EST 2014

Melbourne hospital dismisses Ebola report

The Ebola virus.

A hospital in Melbourne's north linked to an online Ebola hoax has confirmed it has not treated any cases of the deadly virus.

Victoria | Fri Oct 31 14:42:00 EST 2014

Online

New data retention laws can be used to chase online pirates, says Malcolm Turnbull

Retained data would be available to companies pursuing alleged illegal downloaders through civil proceedings, the communications minister said.

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull says copyright owners could get court access to the details of Australians accused of illegally downloading movies, music and other content thanks in part to...

Media & Marketing | David Ramli | Fri Oct 31 11:08:45 EST 2014

Surveillance

Metadata and data retention changes explained

Metadata reveals your digital footprint.

We look at how the surveillance legislation introduced to the Australian Parliament this week may affect you.

Consumer Security | Ben Grubb | Fri Oct 31 12:12:00 EST 2014

Metadata debate about trust, not privacy

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull:

The real fear is not what they want to know about us, but whether we can trust them.

Gadgets-On-The-Go | Adam Turner | Fri Oct 31 11:10:40 EST 2014

LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers return ruined by New York Knicks

Outside of Quicken Loans Arena, the crowd and atmosphere made it feel as if an NBA Finals game was about to be played.

Basketball | Al Iannazzone | Fri Oct 31 15:07:44 EST 2014

Tim Sheens quarantined in Kangaroos camp due to illness

Australian coach Tim Sheens.

An ailing Tim Sheens has been quarantined in the Kangaroos camp ahead of Australia's must-win Four Nations match with England.

Four Nations,Rugby League | James MacSmith | Fri Oct 31 15:05:16 EST 2014

The Islamic State prisoner and the intelligence chief

Centuries-old ritual: A Shiite Muslim man flagellates himself during an Ashura procession to the Shrine of Imam Musa al-Kadhim in Baghdad's northern suburb of Kadhimiya on Thursday.

The capture of a prisoner wearing a "nappy'' bomb and a suicide capsule in his belly button has revealed much about the operations of the so-called Islamic State. Paul McGeough spoke to him this week.

World | Paul McGeough | Sat Nov 01 00:15:00 EST 2014

Game of Thrones downloaders need not fear data retention plans, says Malcom Turnbull

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull:

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has sought to hose down expectations police will use a new scheme requiring telecommunications companies to store customer records for two years to prosecute...

Political News | Matthew Knott | Fri Oct 31 11:47:13 EST 2014

State election 2014: Abbott and Napthine 'shoulder to shoulder', if slightly at odds on CFMEU

Denis Napthine and Tony Abbott at the joint  announcement of a police investigation into building industry corruption.

The Napthine government has asked the royal commission into union corruption to investigate whether the construction union should be deregistered because of ongoing criminal behaviour.

Victoria State Election 2014 | Henrietta Cook | Fri Oct 31 10:04:48 EST 2014

Search on for ACT's best netball teams

Who are the ACT regions best netball teams? We're about to find out.

ACT Sport | Gracia Mbale | Fri Oct 31 15:08:22 EST 2014

Australian cricket's revolving door

Glenn Maxwell will be the 12th player in the 3rd batting spot since Shaun Marsh made a century on debut against Sri Lanka in 2011

Glenn Maxwell's unlikely promotion to the Test team's pivotal first drop batting slot evidences Australia's latest problem - number three.

Cricket | Fri Oct 31 15:07:56 EST 2014

Bitcoin

Australian authorities confiscate $9.6 million worth of bitcoins from Silk Road drug dealer

Australian authorities could be sitting on a bitcoin gold mine.

Authorities may soon reap millions of dollars by selling more than 24,500 bitcoins confiscated from a Melbourne man who ran a "one-stop shop" for drugs through Silk Road.  

Technology News | Lucy Battersby | Fri Oct 31 13:00:47 EST 2014

Markets Live: Banking bonanza

No signs of crisis despite sharp market falls: AFR (Thumbnail)

Shares enjoy a broad-based early rally, with impressive results from ANZ and Macquarie buoying sentiment as retailers and media stocks enjoy support.

Markets Live | Patrick Commins | Fri Oct 31 09:11:48 EST 2014

Victorian state election: Labor promises $150m to help pay for school camps

Children from families holding concession cards will receive a subsidy of up to $225 for school camps, as part of Labor's education package it is taking to the state election.

Victoria,Victoria State Election 2014 | Tom Cowie | Fri Oct 31 14:59:15 EST 2014

Ambulance called

Sunday Night producers end up in 'punch up'

Mark Llewellyn from the current affairs series <i>Sunday Night</i>.

An ambulance was reportedly called to the head office of Channel Seven's Sunday Night program earlier today after staff came to blows during a heated dispute.

TV & Radio | Michael Lallo | Fri Oct 31 14:58:55 EST 2014

Mining

Newcrest Mining to review remuneration structure

The mining company's remuneration report has come under heavy criticism.

Close to 45 per cent of shareholders voted against the goldminer's remuneration report.

Mining & Resources | Peter Ker | Fri Oct 31 11:15:00 EST 2014

Six Degrees: from Joe Hockey to Robbie Williams

Under fire: Joe Hockey.

Former dictator Manuel Noriega failed to win compensation from video game makers for implying he had committed "fictional heinous crimes".

Comment,National | Peter Munro | Fri Oct 31 17:30:00 EST 2014

Tony Abbott and Denis Napthine in awkward embrace ahead of the November 29 Victorian election

Denis Napthine and Tony Abbott at the joint  announcement of a police investigation into building industry corruption.

Tony Abbott has love in his eyes; Denis Napthine, the object of his affection, looks like a turtle trying to recoil into a shell.

Victoria State Election 2014,Victoria | Josh Gordon | Fri Oct 31 14:01:55 EST 2014

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