WikiLeaks founder says new party would press for stronger safeguards for personal privacy.
Exclusive NSW police reinvestigating the 36-year-old murder of Griffith anti-drugs campaigner Donald Mackay have been told two hit men dumped the body in a well at a property near Hay on their way back to Melbourne.
Not-for-profits say they're struggling with increased demand as government outsources services to them without adequate funding.
Australian intelligence agencies are receiving ''huge volumes'' of ''immensely valuable'' information from the United States including through the controversial PRISM program, Fairfax Media can reveal.
Last October, Prime Minister Julia Gillard stood up in Parliament, glared down the barrel of Opposition Leader Tony Abbott's blue tie (the record shows he was indeed wearing one that fateful October day) and declared she would not be lectured by ''this man'' on sexism or misogyny.
Gourmet bread that Coles said was ''baked today, sold today'' was made in Ireland, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has alleged in the Federal Court.
The Gillard government has sought to head off concerns about any Australian links to a controversial US data-gathering program, insisting all information shared between countries was subject to strict oversight.
Opposition Leader Tony Abbott is standing by Liberal candidate Mal Brough, despite calls for the former Howard minister to be disendorsed after his fund-raiser used a menu that made lewd jokes about the Prime Minister's anatomy.
Facility hints at Australia's involvement in data collection, writes Philip Dorling.
Federal and state agencies are being accused of accepting an altered study into the health dangers of dust from coal trains to help clear the way for a big expansion of Newcastle's coal export capacity.
Former Canowindra local, John Watson purchased Canowindra landmark the Royal Hotel a month ago and will be overseeing ...
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