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'Frankly, I didn't know': Turnbull defends decision to appoint Porter as Attorney-General in wake of Four Corners revelations

Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull says he would have given more thought to promoting Christian Porter to the job of Attorney-General if he had known about the allegations of inappropriate

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Will two-minute noodles become the norm on flights?

To recoup billions in revenue the global aviation sector has lost during the pandemic, some airlines have turned to pop-up restaurants on the tarmac, selling merchandise, snack trolleys and even

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Harold Mitchell fined $90,000 for 'serious' breaches at Tennis Australia

Harold Mitchell has been hit with a $90,000 fine for committing “serious” breaches of director’s duties while on the board of Tennis Australia. The Federal Court penalised the

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Promoting youth is fine, but experience also counts when selecting the Australian men's Test XI

In his various roles as selector, batting coach and national talent manager, Greg Chappell has been both a well-respected and also occasionally contentious figure in Australian cricket. To some,

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Morrison’s net zero-sum game

Morrison’s net zero-sum game

Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison is ignoring international pressure to take “bold action” on the climate emergency, and Victoria’s opposition has reportedly received approval for a parliamentary inquiry into

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