HONG KONG (Reuters) – Chinese internet firm Meituan-Dianping, backed by Tencent Holdings Group Ltd (0700.HK), is in talks with prospective investors to raise $3 billion to $5 billion, said one person with direct knowledge of the matter.
The latest Insider preview build for Windows 10 is rolling out, and it's bringing that eye-tracking support Microsoft recently mentioned. Users with a compatible eye tracking device (which right now means certain hardware from Tobii) can control thei…
Religious leaders have the right to argue for their faith. But they deserve scrutiny when they put forward misleading arguments
In Monday’s Herald Sun, Victorian Archbishops Philip Freier and Denis Hart, and Bishops Ezekiel, Suriel, Lester Briebbenow, Bosco Puthur and Peter Stasiuk published a half-page advertisement admonishing the Victorian government for its initiative to legalise assisted dying for the terminally ill, an ad similar to the one published by religious figures in 2008.
I have no quarrel with individuals of faith regarding their own private beliefs. However, the bishops’ attempt at public “leadership” through the advertisement is deserving of redress for its multiple fallacies.
Painkiller manufacturer Reckitt Benckiser settled an Australian class action over its specific pain range last month
A $3.5m class action over Nurofen tablets that falsely claimed they could target specific types of pain could yield very small payments for individual claimants, if everyone who bought the products steps forward.
The painkiller’s manufacturer, Reckitt Benckiser, settled the class action over its specific pain range at the federal court in Sydney last month.
The muntjac deer was rescued after being hit by a car in Wiltshire.
All Australians have the right under the law to seek justice. But community legal centres are turning away 160,000 people a year and funding cuts are making the problem worse, writes Law Council of Australia president Fiona McLeod.
Senator says party’s Queensland branch hired office workers who were ‘not up to doing the job’
Pauline Hanson has blamed incompetent office workers for One Nation’s breaches of electoral laws in Queensland.
Hanson says her party’s Queensland branch hired office staff who were not up to the job of making sure it satisfied the state’s political disclosure laws.
Tammy Davis-Charles found guilty of sourcing clients for a clinic after authorities abruptly banned commercial surrogacy
An Australian nurse has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for sourcing clients for a surrogacy clinic in Cambodia, as authorities tackle “womb for rent” businesses.
Tammy Davis-Charles, 49, has been in custody since her arrest in November last year, weeks after Cambodia abruptly banned commercial surrogacy.
A pay deal is set to be announced between Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association after months of bitter negotiations, the ABC understands, as the parties call a press conference for later this afternoon.