The rollout of the 5G tech on water towers could lead to faecal contamination of water as "critters" invaded the towers, federal parliamentarians have been told.
North Queensland recruit Esan Marsters believes he can produce his best football in Townsville after being inconsistent last NRL season with the Wests Tigers.
Nationals leader Michael McCormack has defended a controversial regional jobs fund that handed out cash to projects against the advice of department officials.
Newcastle Knights captain Mitchell Pearce concedes his own inconsistencies as a leader affected the performance of the playing group in 2019.
CommInsure has pleaded guilty to 87 counts of unlawfully selling life insurance policies in unsolicited phonecalls, marking the first criminal conviction against a major bank since the financial services royal commission.
New pay data for the private sector has been dubbed "disappointing" by the director of Australia's gender equality watchdog.
Putting Australian's personal information all under Medicare's roof could create a "honey pot" for hackers, experts warn.
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The United States has the world's highest rate of children in detention, including more than 100,000 in immigration-related custody that violates international law, the author of a United Nations study says.
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