Australian News Headlines

Army should be careful with its aim

HUGH WHITE Its amphibious-power ambitions do not make strategic sense.

Spying in the shower

Female sailor on board HMAS Parramatta “felt trapped” after seeing a mirror allegedly angled towards her while in the shower.

Risk of ‘cosy or frankly illegal practices’

KATE MCCLYMONT Five companies, some associated with the Health Services Union boss Michael Williamson, received more than $17 million over a four-year period, a scathing report has found.

 

British ISPs forced to block The Pirate Bay

7:36am Britain’s High Court has ordered the country’s internet service providers to block file-sharing website The Pirate Bay.

CMC asks former judge to examine doctor malpractice claims

By John Taylor

The Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) has engaged a retired Queensland judge to examine claims that medical regulators are allowing unsafe doctors to kill and harm patients.

Opposition hits 10-year high in Newspoll

The latest Newspoll gives the Coalition an 18-point lead over Labor on a two-party preferred basis.

Cameron in crossfire as Murdoch pressure mounts

British prime minister David Cameron is continuing to defy pressure to launch an investigation into his culture secretary’s alleged links with Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation.

Antibiotics binge helping superbugs spread

By Samantha Donovan

Experts believe Australia’s overuse of antibiotics may be contributing to the rampant spread of dangerous superbugs like E. coli.

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