WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday backtracked on his push for a cyber security unit with Russia, tweeting that he did not think it could happen, only hours after promoting it following his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Fire brigade say 10 engines were sent to the market, which is a popular tourist attraction.
The Australian cricketers’ union is attempting to pull the rug from under Cricket Australia by securing a number of new sponsorship deals for the out-of-contract players.
‘Make America great again/ Make America great again / Lift the torch of freedom/ All across the land’, the song begins, as pictures of Trump greeting Angela Merkel, Justin Trudeau, Narendra Modi and other world leaders fly past in a flurry of cross dissolves and zooms
Court of arbitration finds Philip Morris Asia case to be ‘an abuse of rights’ and says it must pay Australia’s multi-million dollar legal costs
The tobacco manufacturer Philip Morris will be forced to pay millions of dollars in legal fees to Australia after its failed case against plain packaging laws.
Big tobacco companies have fought vigorously against the Gillard government’s plain packaging laws since they were introduced in 2011.
Unpopular bill further imperilled after senators returned to their states and faced constituents strongly opposed to it
A senior US Republican senator has predicted that the bill to roll back Obamacare would probably fail, adding to growing signs that the bill is in trouble.
“My view is that it’s probably going to be dead,” John McCain said on the CBS program Face the Nation.
The former president is set to appear at a Thursday fundraiser as the party tries to rebuild.
Republican senators Lindsey Graham, John McCain and Mario Rubio say Moscow cannot be trusted after its alleged election meddling
Republicans have harshly criticised Donald Trump after he revealed that he had discussed forming a cyber security unit with Vladimir Putin.
Tweeting after his first meeting with his Russian counterpart on Friday, the US president said now was the time to work constructively with Moscow, pointing to a ceasefire deal in southwest Syria that came into effect on Sunday.
Former public service head Peter Shergold will lead the review into how 200,000 health professionals access Medicare
The Turnbull government has announced a review the security of the online Medicare system and how doctors are able to access Medicare numbers after a darknet trader was discovered illegally selling patient details on request.
The former public service head Peter Shergold will lead the review, putting on notice thousands of doctors and other providers who have access to Medicare numbers via an online portal.
It's relatively easy to drive from one end of the US to the other in an electric car now that there are enough charging stations. But driving quickly across the country is another matter — and that makes the recent achievement of Bradly D'Souza and…