The case of Australian Border Force Commissioner Roman Quaedvlieg — on leave since July amid an external investigation into his personal conduct — has put into sharp focus the standards applied to public officials as opposed to their political masters, writes Andrew Greene.
Companies are reluctant to give pay rises to staff as they avoid raising their prices for fear of losing business, according to a senior Reserve Bank official.
London Fire Brigade says it is trying to stop the blaze in north-west London spreading.
LG will unveil a new version of its flagship phone, the V30, at the annual Mobile World Congress this year — and as the rumors said, it'll have an AI-powered camera. The Korean company has developed "Vision AI" to make the phone's camera smarter and…
President’s erroneous claim that the U.S. has spent $7 trillion in the Middle East signals his rising frustration as chances for a Mideast peace deal appear to slip further away.
The decade since the apology to the Stolen Generations could perhaps be best summed up as “one step forward, two steps back”, with many now fighting battles about the removal of their own children, writes Luke Pearson.
Malcolm Turnbull was invited to give an address to survivors, but showed up only briefly for a photo opportunity.
Twitter is continuing to act on its promise to fight hate speech, however imperfectly. The site has banned Wisconsin Congressional candidate Paul Nehlen after he posted a racist image that placed the face of Cheddar Man (a dark-skinned British ances…
At some point, the White House might wish it could provide a ticktock that the media and the public would accept at face value.
One minute they’re walking along and talking, the next they’re on the floor, not breathing and with no pulse. What you do over the next 10 minutes will literally be the difference between life and death.