Scientists are calling for CSIRO chief executive Larry Marshall to change his mind and not slash key climate researchers by half.
Mark Russell She'd turned her back on the glamorous magazine world and was sharing her home with a couple who, she thought, 'really cared for me and looked after me'. Then her credit cards started bouncing...
David Wroe, National Security Correspondent The Japanese consortium pitching to build Australia's $50 billion fleet of new submarines has denied reports that Australian officials have been forced to chase them for basic information including a detailed budget for their bid.
CSIRO chief Larry Marshall has stepped up efforts to convince staff that the plan to lop 350 jobs will be good for the organisation, according to a transcript of an internal video leaked by disgruntled employees.
Matthew Knott What a difference two years makes.
Heath Aston, political correspondent The Turnbull Government has been warned it is running out of time to deliver senate voting reforms to end "preference harvesting", with one election expert saying the job of upgrading vote-counting software and reconfiguring millions of ballot papers would be a "recipe for disaster" for the trouble-prone Australian Electoral Commission if done at the last minute.
Anne Davies At first, the Nant whisky distillery put a small Tasmanian town on the map. Now, it's souring friendships.
Mark Kenny Chief Political Correspondent Embattled minister to be sacked as tensions simmer between Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison.
Adam Gartrell Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has sacked Stuart Robert from his frontbench for breaching ministerial rules during a trip to China.
Leesha McKenny Former prime minister Kevin Rudd says it is "100 per cent bullshit" that the booing of Adam Goodes had nothing to do with his Aboriginality.
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Another group of Hawkesbury RFS officers have been sent to battle Tasmanian bushfires.
The Coalition's $1 billion work for the dole scheme has improved the probability that an unemployed person will ...
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