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Attorney-General intervenes to send APS free speech case to High Court

Attorney-General intervenes to send APS free speech case to High Court

The case could have implications for employees' free speech around Australia, especially in the public service.

  • by Doug Dingwall

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Smear campaign against Labor preselection candidate drags race to gutter

Smear campaign against Labor preselection candidate drags race to gutter

A flyer making claims about a candidate has been sent to some Labor members.

  • by Sally Whyte
Trump walks back from Putin summit remarks, says he 'misspoke'

Trump walks back from Putin summit remarks, says he 'misspoke'

Reading from a prepared statement, Trump said he needed to clarify one thing he said at his joint press conference with Putin.

  • by Toluse Olorunnipa
Fire breaks out after lamp falls onto mattress in Barton

Fire breaks out after lamp falls onto mattress in Barton

Six people, including three children, safely evacuated the unit before firefighters extinguished the blaze.

Multi-million spend for 'deteriorating' patient flow at Canberra Hospital

Multi-million spend for 'deteriorating' patient flow at Canberra Hospital

ACT Health signed the contract to help cut down hospital stays.

  • by Daniella White
'You have nothing': Aussie father lashes Trump

'You have nothing': Aussie father lashes Trump

Anthony Maslin, the Perth father whose three children were killed on MH17, has accused Trump of "kissing [Putin's] arse".

  • by Latika Bourke
Government left red-faced by health privacy website bungle

Government left red-faced by health privacy website bungle

Website for the National Health Practitioner Ombudsman and Privacy Commissioner was unavailable for hours.

  • by Jenny Noyes
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How common is corporate crime? Too common

Since corporate crime is commercially motivated, much higher fines are needed as a deterrent.

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    Why the HMAS Adelaide is so much more than just a warship

    The giant helicopter carrier can carry out a long list of military tasks, but it's also a significant foreign policy tool, too.

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      Reality of severe autism is not always easy to watch

      Families are falling off the cliff and we need catch them.

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        Amazon's 'lightning deals' raise questions over bait advertising

        Amazon's 'lightning deals' raise questions over bait advertising

        Amazon's blink-and-you-miss-it deals offered during its Prime Day sales event has raised questions about 'bait advertising'

        • by Patrick Hatch

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        Tim Robards takes on Ninja Warrior, as Nine says they're 'pleased' with ratings
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        Tim Robards takes on Ninja Warrior, as Nine says they're 'pleased' with ratings

        The original Bachelor star made it through to the next round... just.

        • by Broede Carmody
        SBS boss Michael Ebeid steps down, will leave network on a high note

        SBS boss Michael Ebeid steps down, will leave network on a high note

        The managing director notified staff in an emotional meeting on Tuesday afternoon.

        • by Genevieve Rota

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        Tax trap if it takes too long to sort out an estate

        Tax trap if it takes too long to sort out an estate

        Personal finance expert George Cochrane answers your questions.

        • by George Cochrane
        3D-printed fins to transform surfing

        3D-printed fins to transform surfing

        The 'Crinkle Cut' fin came out on top in tests of 3D-printed surfboard fins developed by University of Wollongong researchers.

        • by Maddison Leach

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        Raiders coach Ricky Stuart joins NRL Hall of Fame

        Raiders coach Ricky Stuart joins NRL Hall of Fame

        Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart was happy just being one of the nominees, but he was blown away as one of six new additions to the NRL Hall of Fame.

        • by David Polkinghorne
        In Tim we trusted: Curtain  falls on an incredible career

        In Tim we trusted: Curtain falls on an incredible career

        With 50 international goals and four World Cups to his name, Tim Cahill will be remembered as the greatest Socceroo.

        • by Vince Rugari