Both the United States and the United Kingdom have asked Australia to send personnel to West Africa to help combat the deadly Ebola virus, foreign affairs officials have told a Senate hearing.
Canada and Australia have both featured prominently in the Islamic State’s online diatribes, in which the group urges its global followers to kill. But the similarities don’t end there.
Boart Longyear has confirmed that private equity and distressed debt firm Centerbridge Partners will take control of the fiscally challenged driller in a deal worth over $US300 million ($342 million).
There is no escaping it.
A Sydney father and daughter who were feared missing after a deadly snowstorm and avalanche in Nepal have phoned home to say they are safe and well.
A crypt-like gallery space for his large-scale canvas works will showcase Melbourne artist Rone for three weeks before the `dozers hit 109 Little Collins Street. Kylie Northover explains.
The corporate regulator is being urged to investigate why Facebook and other large multinationals are able to claim an exemption from filing financial accounts in Australia.
In the hands of Unity Group, quivering guitar and gleeful synthesiser create a joyful fusion.
A Victorian manufacturer has become the first employer to cut jobs after the Abbott government revealed its plans to slice the renewable energy target by as much as 40 per cent.
Reebok has been ordered to pay $350,000 by the Federal Court for misleading customers about its EasyTone shoe range, which they claimed for years would boost strength and muscle tone of calves, thighs and buttocks more than ordinary pairs.