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Mike Carlton smh.com.au Time to face facts. Time to pull the pin. Julia Gillard is leading the Australian Labor Party towards a catastrophic election defeat, probably the worst in its federal history. For the good of the party and the … Continue reading
Asher Moses smh.com.au One of the founding engineers of Skype and Kazaa is in Australia to sound a warning to the human race: fasten your seatbelts, as machines are becoming so intelligent that they could pose an existential threat. Jaan … Continue reading
Source: SMH VOTERS should be given the power to force early elections in NSW with a view to dumping unpopular governments, a majority of experts has advised the Premier, Barry O’Farrell. But an early election could only be called with … Continue reading
Source: SMH As federal MPs gather in Canberra for the first parliamentary sitting of the year, a new survey has found 60 per cent of Australians don’t believe what their political leaders say. The latest annual Trust Barometer survey, released … Continue reading
Source: SMH “It’s completely pathetic that an organisation that continues to make a multi-billion dollar annual profit thinks the only way through difficult times is to sacrifice Australian jobs.” Westpac is cutting hundreds of jobs as part of its cost-cutting … Continue reading
Source: SMH IN 1790, Bennelong, the Sydney-born Aboriginal friend to the colonisers, was present when Governor Arthur Phillip was speared at Manly Cove, demonstrating how much relations between the two peoples had soured. It has been a while since Australia … Continue reading
Source: SMH HOUSING affordability improved in Australia last year, according to an annual international ranking, but local real estate still remains some of the least affordable in the world. Australia’s national unaffordability ratio sank from 6.1 times in 2010 to … Continue reading