Senator and Olympic athlete Nova Peris says she "categorically rejects any wrongdoing" over allegations that she used taxpayers money to bring sprinter Ato Boldon to Australia to help her carry out an extra-marital affair with the Olympic athlete.
Deposit your money at a bank in northern Japan and you could get more than interest payments. You might end up getting married.
Central co-ordination units should be set up if nannies get federal government funding to prevent fraud and make sure nannies deliver appropriate care, the lead body for children says.
The Abbott government could reverse strong voter opposition to its plan to deregulate university fees by softening the edges of its higher education reform package, a new poll suggests.
Saying democracy is for "infidels" a recruiter for IS claims a "real Muslim" is interested only in "what Islam says."
Bold plans to build a $25 million Jetsons-style skyway for cyclists around the southern edge of central Melbourne are being backed by United States engineering giant Jacobs, as powerful business interests call for better cycling infrastructure before the November 29 state election.
Women in top roles means better returns for investors, according to a Credit Suisse study. ASX is listening: The stock exchange operator will increase the ratio of females in senior-management roles to 40 per cent from 25 per cent within two years.
Less than two weeks ago, Australian Olympians Nova Peris and Cathy Freeman were photographed together smiling with their arms draped around each others' shoulders.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has defended Australia's decision to close its borders to travellers from West Africa saying Ebola would "be out of control" if it reached the Pacific.
Ellerston Capital, the investment vehicle 25 per cent owned by the Packer family, has emerged with a 5 per cent stake in gambling giant Tabcorp Holdings.
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