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Women may lead US, Germany, UK

British Home Secretary Theresa May launches her bid to become the next Conservative Party leader in London.

The possibility that women could lead the United States, Britain and Germany at the same time is now a very real one.

CFMEU an 'embarrassment to unions'

The CFMEU has launched court action against WorkSafe ACT for allegedly advising a developer not to let officials on to a ...

Judge blasts building union's "notorious" record of violating workplace law as he fines it $180,000 for illegally blockading a work site.

Telstra mops up outage outrage

Telstra will discuss any claims for loss on a case-by-case basis.

Telstra is calling its major enterprise and business customers to apologise for its disastrously-timed network outage.

Top spot on the line for Swans

Bulldogs target: Lance Franklin.

Sydney are bracing for star forward Lance Franklin to be double teamed by the Western Bulldogs' defence when the Swans play for top spot on Saturday.

The sorry state of super returns

Median balanced accounts, where up to 70 per cent of Australians have their money, will have gained only about 2.3 per ...

Most superannuation accounts will have staggered, exhausted to the end of the 2016 financial year with a slightly positive result.

Nothing trivial in Biggs' rise since leaving Swans

Former Sydney Swan Shane Biggs is revelling in his new home at the Western Bulldogs.

Had Shane Biggs' AFL career ended when he left Sydney, he would most likely have been remembered in the decades to come as the next Swan to wear the number 46 after Tony Lockett. But if his recent form is any guide, it won't be long before he becomes more than just an answer to a piece of trivia.

Waratahs interested in poaching Hayne

In demand: Hayne arrived in Sydney on Friday night to seek medical advice over a quadriceps injury.

Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson says he would "definitely" be interested in poaching Jarryd Hayne and believes it would be in the ARU's best interests to bring a player of his profile to rugby.