BY JOHN NAPIER @johnknapier The Turnbull government hopes to have laws passed to implement Senate voting reforms before Parliament rises on March 17.
BY MATTHEW LI @groove_group Qantas announced today a deal with global broadband services provider ViaSat that will bring fast and free in-flight wifi to Australia.
By Christian Ramirez Ever been a victim to credit card fraud? That’s in the past with one credit card’s new “selfie” authentication.
Embed from Getty Images BY DAVID LINDSAY It was a sad day in court for pop sensation Kesha and women’s rights everywhere after a New York judge ruled on Friday that the teary and distraught singer would not be released from a recording contract with Sony Music and the producer she claimed was sexually and […]
BY BRIM GARRETT @iusecomicsans Acts of terrorism in Australia are ‘inevitable’, a counter-terrorism expert and military strategist has warned. Dr David Kilcullen, a former Lieutenant Colonel in the Australian Army and counterinsurgency adviser to Gen. David Petraeus, commander of U.S. Forces in Iraq, also said that anyone who thinks the threat can be stamped out […]
By Jamie Toomey @jamietoomeylive Samsung has unveiled its new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, the company’s new flagship smartphones for the first quarter of 2016. The phones include state of the art cameras with low light performance, built-in IP68 waterproofing, and a 30 per cent faster CPU. The micro SD card slot for expandable […]
Dave Faulkner is the singer/guitarist of legendary Australian band Hoodoo Gurus. He currently writes about music for The Saturday Paper. He chooses to write about alternative and relatively unheard of artists, introducing them to a broader audience. Two of his recent articles feature Melbourne post-punk act Gold Class and Newcastle producer Szymon. I had the pleasure of interviewing Dave this […]
Paola Totaro (@p_totaro) is an Australian freelance journalist living in London. She writes for numerous media organisations including Fairfax, News Corp, The Guardian, The Independent, the BBC and Tina Brown’s Women in the World in the New York Times. One of Paola’s powerful stories this year reveals the exploitation of immigrants working in the lucrative tomato industry in […]