The landmark inquest is investigating how four women killed by their partners were failed by systems meant to protect them. How can we stop this from happening?
It’s legal for a merchant to get your card details over the phone – but it can still be risky. Here’s what you need to know to stay safe.
Childhood trauma can completely alter the trajectory of someone’s life, but for others, it barely affects them at all. After going through trauma, why do some people seem fine?
War crimes investigations are long, complex and involve international sensitivities. Nonetheless, there is growing inevitability that there will be prosecutions from the Israel-Gaza war.
A new study unlocks the mysteries of ancient burial marker trees made by Wiradjuri people in southeastern Australia.
Despite mounting public anger, the veteran leader has proven time and again that it is not wise to bet against him.
In this podcast, The Greens Senator joins us today to talk about consultancy reform, whistleblower protection, and other issues
Australia could become one of the world’s strongest cyber nations – but the success of the new strategy will come down to the details.
Australians delighted in the Women’s World Cup and saw huge benefits for the host cities – but for Perth and Adelaide, there was a feeling of being on the sidelines.
The Australian government has promised to crack down on companies that aren’t prepared to defend themselves against cyber crime, but their proposed new laws may offer those same businesses a reprieve.
Hundreds of Australians wrote to Jackie Kennedy after her husband was killed. The letters paint a revealing portrait of who we were and who we wanted to be.
We tested how ChatGPT stacks up against professional advice columnists – with some intriguing results.
This would send the message the West’s much-vaunted values and respect for rules are little more than rhetoric. It will also legitimise conquest as an option that goes unpunished.
Machine translation can seem alarmingly good – but it’s still no substitute for human language knowledge.
The policy, to be released on Wednesday by O'Neil, who is Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Cyber Security, is also designed to enable victims to bounce back faster from attacks that can’t be prevented
At the heart of Silicon Valley lies a powerful admiration for its ‘genius founders’ – but this comes at the cost of accountability.