Clay Lucas is workplace editor for The Age. Clay has worked at The Age since 2005, covering state politics, urban affairs, transport and local government for The Age and Sunday Age. Clay won a Quill with Age investigative reporter Royce Millar in 2009.
Ben Cubby, Clay Lucas THE young digital prodigy Aaron Swartz, who had worked closely with the Australian groups GetUp! and the Australian Youth Climate Coalition, was found dead in his New York home on Friday, weeks...
Clay Lucas The young digital activist and political organiser who built a website that became part of the popular Reddit service is reported to have committed suicide on Friday in New York.
Clay Lucas Company produces maps ahead of its time - but that may not be a good thing.
Clay Lucas ABOUT 100 scientists, engineers and technicians who run the Australian Synchrotron research centre are poised to take their first strike action over pay.
Clay Lucas Scientists, engineers and technicians are poised to take their first strike action over pay.
Clay Lucas WORKPLACES are banning their staff from accessing social media during working hours, and trying to prevent them making comments about their employer after hours.
Clay Lucas Employers who give their staff free rein on social media websites risk damage to their brand, and confidential information being leaked, a workplace law expert has warned.
Clay Lucas The web and mobile phones are a hit but fewer kids are playing cricket.
Clay Lucas A FREE website set up to help people check the accuracy of charges to their Victorian myki card has found hundreds of public transport travellers paying too much.
Clay Lucas Yarra Trams has launched an iPhone version of its popular tramTRACKER program, allowing patrons to automatically find arrival information for trams in Melbourne.