Children who are constantly plugged into smartphones, computers and televisions are losing vital social skills, according to a new study.
Former directors of the Peter MacCallum cancer hospital have denied knowledge of a secretive and potentially corrupt $250,000 payment to Kathy Jackson’s union to settle a back-pay dispute.
The uninvited lecture: "Don't take drugs, don't go out late, don't have sex, don't wear those clothes." All they hear is "blah, blah, blah".
All of our players are ahead of the board except for one, whose stars appear to be out of alignment writes David Potts.
The past 12 months or so have seen a record number of floats on the sharemarket.
Even as the dividends flowed something was missing from this year's profit reports, and perhaps more remarkably, nobody noticed.
The prospect of university degrees more than doubling in price came as news to would-be students attending Saturday's open day for two of Sydney's biggest universities.
A senior British bureaucrat, who, with many other bureaucrats, failed to prevent the systematic rape and physical abuse of children in the English town of Rotherham has relocated to Melbourne and been appointed a deputy secretary in Victoria's Education Department.
High-risk cancer patients at a Melbourne hospital are being charged $1000 for genetic testing and may face delays receiving results that could be crucial to their treatment, oncologists say.
Almost three decades after the death of his dad, Tim Elliott recalls a man whom he loved and feared in equal measure.