Foley eyes Super Rugby return v Brumbies
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Foley eyes Super Rugby return v Brumbies
South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol has pardoned Samsung Electronics vice-chairman Jay Y Lee, with the justice ministry saying the business leader was needed to help overcome a "national economic crisis".The pardon is largely symbolic, with Lee having being on parole since August 2021 after serving 18 months in jail for bribery in a scandal that led to massive protests and brought down then-president Park Geun-hye in 2017.
A union is taking fast food giant McDonald's to court again arguing that its young workforce have been denied paid breaks.The Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association has lodged a Federal Court Claim in South Australia against 323 McDonald's operators and the multinational firm itself over the alleged denial of paid rest breaks at nearly 1000 current and former McDonald's sites.
Homebuyers are being urged not to buy a 'gorgeous' three-bedroom house after a horrifying crime occurred there. Find out more.
Off the coast of NSW, behemoth sharks are hauled up alongside boats for a teeth "clean" and researchers say the dental check could help save bite victims.The sharks are captured along 21 NSW government-installed drum lines, running from the state's far north to the south coast for research and beach protection.
Two Woolies shoppers have blasted the chain over its excessive use of plastic. Here's how the retailer has responded.
Photo by Sora Shimazaki/Pexels, CC BYYou might have heard of jobseekers being asked to complete a “personality test” as part of a job application, or been through the process yourself. The questions can range from the innocuous to the deeply personal, with some applicants reporting being asked about their political views in such tests. The Guardian Australia recently reported one jobseeker was asked to do a personality test assessing “zest” and “spirituality”. So, what can and can’t prospective
Posing as an immigration lawyer, a Victorian woman swindled close to $80,000 from unsuspecting victims who hoped she could help them get Australian visas.Melbourne woman Marleen Shamna Charan, 48, has never been registered in Victoria as a migration agent or lawyer.
Her raunchy content was viewed millions of times before her brutal murder.
Rob Hampson/UnsplashOn August 9 2022, Australia’s COVIDSafe app was officially decommissioned, and all its features removed. People were encouraged to uninstall the app. Reports of its closure have made international news. On ceasing COVIDSafe, health minister Mark Butler said the “Albanese government acted to delete the wasteful and ineffective COVIDSafe app” and accused the former government of wasting “more than $21 million of taxpayer’s money on this failed app”. Was COVIDSafe a magic bullet
Courtney Clenney was recently charged with second degree murder, following her boyfriend's death. Video of the two in an elevator months before the murder allegedly shows Clenney attacking him. Source: Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office via Miami Herald
Google has agreed to pay $60 million in penalties flowing from a long-running court fight with the Australian competition watchdog over the tech giant misleading users on the collection of personal location data.In April last year, the Federal Court of Australia found Google breached consumer law by misleading some local users into thinking the company was not collecting personal data about their location via mobile devices with Android operating systems.
Discount supermarket Aldi has sparked excitement and relief among customers with its latest addition.
A mother at the restaurant pleaded with the teenager to stop. Read more.
Biodiversity experts have revealed several genetically distinct populations of one of Australia's most tasty and sought-after table fish, the pink snapper.Once abundant from the warmer waters off Western Australia's Pilbara region to the cooler realms of the Great Australian Bight, Chrysophrys auratus has more recently been a focus of catch reductions to preserve numbers.
Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price claims the ABC will only give a "one-sided view" of the Voice to parliament referendum, saying she finds it "deeply troubling" as a First Nations person.The Country Liberal Party senator was speaking in favour of a motion at the Nationals' federal council meeting that called for the federal government to ensure the public broadcaster adhered to its editorial standards and charter.
Renting a Sydney apartment while the cost of living soars has made living sustainably more challenging for Emily.She and her husband have always been environmentally conscious - they limit plastic packaging, use the dryer only on occasion, and are strict about recycling.
Parking inspectors on the Gold Coast are now able to issue tickets without even stepping out of their vehicle – and the technology has left residents unimpressed. Read more.
A restaurant on North Stradbroke Island is struggling to find a new chef - but the perks should surely be enough to win someone over.
An Australian high court judge in Kiribati has been released from immigration detention after an order from a local appeals court.Kiribati's attorney-general attempted to deport David Lambourne, with the government claiming he breached his visa conditions and posed a security threat.
Political leaders have vowed to work together to fix a disturbing culture at NSW parliament which Premier Dominic Perrottet says has become "toxic".A long-awaited independent report has found sexual harassment and bullying is rife in the NSW parliament, while several people have reported incidents of sexual assault in the workplace.