James Packer has resigned from the board of the family business, Consolidated Press Holdings (CPH), as he focuses on recovering from mental health issues.

The US didn't just try to kill a simple World Health Assembly resolution on the benefits of breast feeding on behalf of big corporations that make baby formula, it also threatened smaller countries with economic sanctions for supporting it.

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Aussies starting their school holidays and other travelers were thrown for a loop when Jetstar abruptly cancelled some flights out of Sydney Airport.

Japan has executed the leader and six members of the doomsday cult that unleashed a sarin gas attack on a Tokyo subway in 1995, killing 13 people and injuring hundreds.

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A UK government health advisor is for the first time linking a nine-year-old girl's fatal asthma attack to illegally high levels of air pollution near her home.

Temperature records fell all around the northern hemisphere in the past week, continuing a pattern of record hot temperatures for the past several months in this new age of accelerating climate change.

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The Government wants to determine why some heavy vehicle operators are experiencing economic losses and delays in being granted special road access permits.

The Newcastle Court has sentenced Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson to 12 months' detention for concealing child sexual abuse.

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Doctors in in Copenhagen report keeping human eggs alive for weeks at a time using a new technique in which they create an "artificial ovary" from human tissue.

Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young is consulting an attorney after vile, sexist comments made by Liberal Democrats senator David Leyonhjelm.  She is urging him to stand down.

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Opposition leader Bill Shorten is backing away from his plan to scrap company tax cuts for medium-sized businesses, meaning Labor will go into the next election with plans to keep the current company tax scheme as it is.