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Barnaby Joyce has blasted his own's government's "bulls--t" commitment to moving public servants from Canberra to regional Australia.
- by Fergus Hunter
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The hazards of guaranteeing a business loan were laid bare by the banking royal commission this week.
- by John Collett
Chloe Melas broke a major story about Morgan Freeman. But the initial tip did not come from a phone, email or letter.
One effect of the byelections in late July is to freeze Senate opposition to the business tax cuts, making any change of heart even less likely.
- by Mark Kenny
Pet owners are calling for the complaints process against veterinarians to be more open and transparent.
- by Kimberley Le Lievre
Police say they have increased their presence in Woden after a man allegedly tried to lure a number of children into a car.
- by Genevieve Jacobs
The Christian right was eager to jump on to a preposterous news story this week suggesting popular children's characters pose a threat to preschoolers, but seemed willing to overlook a greater danger.
It would be a mistake to rush to the conclusion that the answer to bank misconduct is more regulation.
I'd woken one morning rubbing my feet on the delicious softness of plain cotton sheets, just 30 bucks from Kmart.
- by Andrew Brown
The Prime Minister earns up to 10 times the average wage, new figures show.
- by Eryk Bagshaw
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Plans by James Packer's Crown Resorts to build Australia's tallest skyscraper are in doubt ahead of a fast-closing deadline.
- by Nick Toscano & Simon Johanson
- by John McDuling
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They met and fell in love on The Bachelor, so might Sam Wood and Snezana Markoski follow in Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's footsteps?
- by Amy Croffey
Melbourne and Sydney police data from the past 12 months points the finger at a well-known rock band.
- by Broede Carmody
Getting offered a job at a rival company is great, but it can also be a chance to move up in your current role.
- by Sylvia Pennington
- by Krishan Sharma
The Brumbies are hopeful the rookie hooker will be available for selection, despite getting a red card in a stirring win against the Bulls.
- by Chris Dutton