Australian businesses have posted their gender pay gaps for the first time
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The gender pay gap at Australia’s biggest companies

Australian companies have posted their gender pay gaps for the first time ever. Here’s what we found.

The companies with the biggest gender pay gaps

Helen Haines has introduced laws to stamp out pork barrelling in politics
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What is pork barrelling?

Federal Independent MP Helen Haines has introduced laws that would shed more light on how public money is spent by politicians

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Police find bodies of Jesse Baird and Luke Davies

NSW Police say they are “very confident” they have located the bodies of Jesse Baird and Luke Davies, who were allegedly murdered by a NSW police officer last week.

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What we know about the murders of Jesse Baird and Luke Davies

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The search for Jesse Baird and Luke Davies

Last Friday, a NSW Police officer was charged with the murder of Sydney couple Jesse Baird and Luke Davies.

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What on earth is Question Time?

In this video explainer, we take a look at what Question Time is, and if there’s an appetite to change it.

HECS overhaul
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HECS needs an overhaul, says expert panel

An independent review of Australia’s higher education system has called for an overhaul of the national student debt system, HECS.

placement poverty
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An expert panel says it’s time to end ‘placement poverty’

Students who complete placements as part of their degree shouldn’t suffer ‘placement poverty’, according to an expert panel.

fee-free prep courses
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Could fee-free prep courses help more people get to uni?

An independent review has called for better access to higher education for students who didn’t complete high school. This includes more fee-free places in uni prep courses.

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Why do politicians yell at each other for an hour in Parliament?

south carolina republican primary
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Donald Trump has won the South Carolina Republican primary vote

Former U.S. President Donald Trump has won the Republican primary in the state of South Carolina.

Customers with delayed or cancelled flights in and out of Sydney airport will receive a reason from their airline
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Airlines will need to explain why they cancelled your Sydney flight

Airlines will need to tell customers why they cancel flights in and out of Sydney airport, as an audit into slot hoarding gets underway.

A man is in custody over missing Sydney couple
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Man hands himself in over missing Sydney couple

Police are speaking with a man over missing Sydney couple Jesse Baird and Luke Davies, who haven’t been seen since Monday.

BetStop uptake
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Gambling warning ahead of season launch

BetStop uptake has risen to over 18,000 users in the six months since the gambling self-exclusion register was launched.

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What is the new national student ombudsman?

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Why Julian Assange is facing 175 years in prison

This week, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is back in the news because his final appeal to avoid extradition from the UK to the U.

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The WA Government is proposing the “toughest” gun laws in Australia

Premier Roger Cook said the laws would make WA the first state to impose a limit on the number of firearms someone can legally possess.

Julian Assange faces extradition to the U.S.
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Why is Julian Assange facing extradition to the U.S?

Australian Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is facing extradition to the U.S. where he could receive a 175-year jail sentence.

gender pay gap feb 2024
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The gender pay gap has fallen to its lowest level on record (again)

Australia’s gender pay gap has dropped to 12%, its lowest level on record, according to the latest data from the ABS.

frozen embryos same rights as children Alabama
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Frozen embryos now have the same rights as children in Alabama

A court in the U.S. state of Alabama has ruled that frozen embryos have the same legal rights as children.

Money laundering in Australia
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Students used as ‘money mules’: AFP

Money laundering in Australia has been put into focus by the AFP, who are concerned about university students being recruited as mules.

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Are young Australians the ‘lonely generation’?

According to the latest HILDA (Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia) report, young Australians are more likely to experience loneliness and psychological distress than any other age group.

AFL player Joel Smith investigated for alleged cocaine trafficking and possession.
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AFL player investigated for alleged cocaine drug trafficking

Suspended AFL Melbourne Demons player Joel Smith is being investigated over cocaine trafficking allegations.

Yang Hengjun chooses not to appeal
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Yang Hengjun won’t appeal death sentence

Yang Hengjun has chosen not to appeal the suspended death sentence handed to him by a Beijing court earlier this month. Here’s why.

Ukraine legalises medicinal cannabis

Ukraine legalises medicinal cannabis

Ukraine has legalised medicinal cannabis with the backing of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, amid concerns of rising mental ill-health.

Taekwondo instructor murders
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Taekwondo instructor arrested for three alleged murders

Investigators alleged the taekwondo instructor was responsible for their murders, but said a motive has not yet been established.

Woolworths ceo Brad Banducci resigns
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The Woolworths CEO has resigned

Woolworths CEO Brad Banducci has announced he is retiring in September this year.

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The push to breath test politicians in Parliament

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