Staff convened 'sham' job selection panels and faked official document to mislead whistleblower.
From ''Beijing to Macquarie Fields'' is how Julia Gillard described her last 48 hours. The Prime Minister was back in her favourite place to ''govern'', western Sydney, on Friday with cash to shower on youth programs and cutting the cycle of crime.
Election years are a wonderful time for Big Ideas. You may, or may not, recall the marvellously named Multifunction Polis.
One man has shown how technology can tap into the masses.
Some of Australia's most prominent scientists began publishing allegations against their former employer.
Government to spend $44 million on counselling for people who relive trauma for royal commission.
Articles published by Fairfax Media on January 27 and 28 contained allegations that Senator Cory Bernardi had failed to properly declare pecuniary and other interests in his statement of registrable interests. They alleged that Senator Bernardi had breached his disclosure obligations by not declaring his role as international delegate of the American Legislative Exchange Council or payments received from the Heartland Institute for travel and accommodation. Fairfax Media accepts that its reporting of those matters was factually inaccurate in a number of respects and that the allegations regarding Senator Bernardi were unfounded. We retract those allegations and apologise to Senator Bernardi for the distress and damage caused by the articles.
Unvaccinated children should be barred from attending school, says the Australian Medical Association federal president, who also wants groups spreading anti-vaccination messages to be punished.
His work is described as art in its purest form, untouched by life's pollutants and representative of what is important and beautiful.
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