United Airlines has a reached a settlement for an undisclosed sum with the passenger who was dragged from a Chicago flight earlier this month
Facebook Inc acknowledged on Thursday that it has become a battleground for governments seeking to manipulate public opinion.
Australia is considering taking part in one of the world's biggest 'cyber-war' exercises.
A 29-year-old Australian woman has been found dead in Bali after a motorcycle accident.
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Network Ten could be broken up and sold off for the benefit of its bank and three billionaire shareholders by the end of the year if a transformation project fails to improve its fortunes.
A Russian naval intelligence ship sank on Thursday after colliding with a merchant freighter in the Black Sea near Istanbul, the Turkish coast guard said.
A 20-year-old Tasmanian woman in a Melbourne hospital after her fiance allegedly set her alight.
Copper and zinc fell, while nickel recovered from a fresh 10-month low, on concern about demand in China.
The Pentagon office will try to determine whether Flynn "failed to obtain required approval prior to receiving" the payments.
Perceived as the riskiest currency on the planet until Sunday's French election, the euro is suddenly everyone's favourite.
In a surprise move, Sweden's central bank extended its bond buying programme and slightly delayed future rate hikes.
Mario Draghi says the recovery in the euro-zone economy has turned to "solid and broad" from "fragile and uneven".
Shanghai rebar steel futures advanced for a third straight session, supported by market expectations of production curbs.
There are strong reasons why the French election is different from the US one.
Shares in Vale slumped the most in two weeks, as executives signalled lacklustre trends for iron ore prices this year.
The German Chancellor has laid down a tough line for Brexit talks with the UK.
Colonel says capturing foreign fighters is rare because they 'are very hardcore and they came here to die'.
A man carrying knives has been arrested near the site of last month's terror attack in London.
Kerin Kenny worked so much overtime she became physically ill. Once, she was so exhausted she slept under her desk.
Australia's first female Muslim federal MP Anne Aly has fallen victim to fake news after an unsubstantiated story about her "refusal" to lay a wreath on Anzac Day appeared on a Facebook post.
A leafy street in Sydney's Burwood has been listed by China's feared corruption investigators as the possible residence of one of its 'most wanted' international fugitives.
The sight of NSW hopeful James Roberts being carried off the field has soured Brisbane's 32-18 NRL win over Penrith at Suncorp Stadium.
Penrith coach Anthony Griffin says the competition has its 'foot on the throat' of the struggling Panthers after they fell to another defeat, this time at the hands of the Broncos in Brisbane.
Billionaires Lachlan Murdoch, James Packer and Bruce Gordon might end up with complete control of the Ten Network by Christmas if Malcolm Turnbull does not slash TV licence fees in the upcoming budget.
My billionaire guests were all convinced that there would be a jump and it looks like it's well and truly happening.
An Australian initiative which seeks to combat food wastage and feed those in need has opened its doors in Sydney.
Billionaires Lachlan Murdoch, James Packer and Bruce Gordon might end up with complete control of the Ten Network by Christmas if Malcolm Turnbull does not slash TV licence fees in the upcoming Budget.
Malcolm Turnbull is under pressure to prove his gas market intervention has teeth.
We often hear titbits of history from countries and towns far away and older than our own humble city, but how much do we really know about our own backyard?
Former Queensland premier Campbell Newman says the federal debate over a backpacker tax was redundant because robots will take their jobs soon anyway.
Both Brisbane's proposed underground rail project – the Cross River Rail – and the Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail project will receive funding in the May 9 federal budget, according to comments made by Treasurer Scott Morrison in Canberra on Thursday.
Josh Reynolds has poured his heart out about the agony of walking away from the club he loves. "I just never pictured it would one day be me".
Brace yourselves, beer lovers, a better brew is on the way now that a team of international scientists, including researchers from Western Australia, have cracked the genetic code of barley.
Kangaroos lose patience with Swallow and Thomas, big outs and ins for Hawks and Tigers may see return of an old face.
If the Queensland government entered a popularity contest, it would win the wooden spoon.
A senior detective has told Lloyd Rayney's defamation trial his suspicion of the barrister evolved daily from when his wife disappeared to the day he was named the prime and only suspect in her murder.
National auditor supports strategy behind largest Defence project contract in Australia's history.
Federal MP Anne Aly, has been forced to defend herself from right wing political activists who circulated false information on ANZAC Day claiming she refused to lay a wreath at a dawn service in her Perth northern suburbs electorate.
Government says scheme will 'revolutionise' care of chronic conditions, but GPs aren't so sure.
It's getting real. The weather's turned, some big names are injured or dropped and several big clubs are facing Waterloo moments.
Science Circus Africa aims to make science fun, interactive and accessible to young Africans.
Party sources believe Mr Cameron has a reasonable chance of having the decision reversed.
The footballer said he reported his own erratic driving to police "to prove a point".
The switchboard fire that led to chaotic scenes and evacuations at Canberra Hospital earlier this month.
Giants ruckman Shane Mumford says last year's preliminary final is the start of a big rivalry.
Put trigger warnings on English texts to flag distressing themes, traumatised students say.
Sleaze, assault and even threats of rape are all on the menu for young women who work in hospitality.
GWS boss says Manuka Oval has to be upgraded to keep Giants coming to Canberra.
Griffith University says it will need to ask international students to fill 15 of the 50 student places at Queensland's newest medical school, on the Sunshine Coast.