A judge has called a mother of two ‘greedy’ in court, after she stole over $300,000 from her ANZ firm dating from 2014–2016. The 44-year-old was already on a $200,000 a year contract, with her household annual income being over $500,000.
Tensions between Australia and China have been increasing. Now China’s embassy in Canberra has issued a warning for all Chinese-born students currently living and studying in Australia.
Today’s article, originally published on 24 November, delves into the public relations debacle of a Catholic School. It looks at a statue of a saint that was erected in front of the school. However, not all is as it seems.
Christmas should be a time of happiness and joy for families in Australia. Instead, counter-terror agencies and local police are sounding the alarm that this is the most dangerous time of year.
The battle between 13Cabs and UBER rages on, with the traditional transport provider apparently resorting to dirty tactics to win the war.
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the twins who claimed that Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea for Facebook, are the first bitcoin billionaires.
Kim Jong-un’s regime shows no intention of stopping its nuclear developments. Hawaii, a popular holiday escape, no longer feels safe with the threat of North Korea intensifying.
You’re most likely familiar with IBM. It’s one of the world leaders in computer manufacturing. Now though, it has been revealed that IBM had links to the Nazi party during the Second World War.
A Catholic school has been forced to cover up a statue of a saint due to its controversial design, which went viral earlier this week.
With the introduction of self-driving cars, is it really your fault if it crashes? After all, you weren’t driving, the car was…
Now, at least according to North Korea’s State Media, Trump has gone too far, after insulting their supreme leader in Kim Jong-un.
A Melbourne man was charged after allegedly giving some of his disability pension to Islamic State terrorists in Syria.
A baby girl has been admitted to hospital after her father allegedly fed the infant illicit drugs.
A British-born woman has spoken to The Atlantic about her dreams of her children one day becoming terrorists.
The ‘third best city is visit in 2018’, according to Lonely Plant isn’t Melbourne, the sporting capital of the world; nor Sydney, that which has some of the most iconic Australian tourist destinations.
This will be the first safe injecting room in Victoria. It will be housed at North Richmond’s Community Health Centre on Lennox Street.
The idea originated from teaching artist Leon Ewin, with MONA creative director Leigh Carmichael defending his claims, saying that Tasmania needs to be open about the ‘proactive idea’ as a way to improve Tasmania’s education.
Shots fired, well actually it’s more like letters fired, as North Korea sends the Australian Government a letter encouraging us to turn against U.S. President Donald Trump.
A Catholic primary school teacher in NSW has been sacked immediately, after she forced her students to get in contact with, write letters and draw pictures to a convicted paedophile behind bars.
Something needs to be done when a mother is forced to break the law just to save her daughter’s life and that’s exactly what Sunshine Coast’s Katrina Spraggon has been forced to do.
Many adult industry employees have claimed that they are being barred from banks across Australia, complaining that it amounts to discrimination. However, this cannot be discrimination; it’s a bank’s right to choose who is approved and who isn’t for a loan, which they justify with facts.