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Tonga bans schoolgirls from rugby and boxing 'to preserve dignity'

Order from education minister criticised as sexist, but government blames disruption caused by Cyclone GitaThe Tongan government has banned schoolgirls from playing rugby or boxing because the sports are deemed undignified and not in keeping with the isla


ANZ fails to give royal commission email showing years of inaction on alleged misconduct

Bank apologises for not providing document from Asic urging it to remediate customers given access to overdrafts with little regard to their ability to go into debtANZ has been chastised for withholding a document from the royal commission that shows the


Daniel Andrews won't quit over Labor misuse of $388,000

Premier ‘sorry’ parliamentary funds were used in campaign but MPs were acting ‘in good faith’Victoria’s Labor government is sorry for a $388,000 election campaign rort and has repaid the money but the premier, Daniel Andrews, won’t step down o


Number of women in jail in NSW soars and reoffending may be to blame

There was a 50% jump in six years in women inmates, with the increase more dramatic in the Indigenous populationA dramatic increase in repeat offending may partly be responsible for a 50% jump in the number of female inmates being held in NSW prisons over


Minister rebukes ABC over Tonightly's 'vitriolic' Australian Conservatives skit

Mitch Fifield asks broadcaster to investigate segment and apologise after comedians mock up election poster of Kevin Bailey The communications minister, Mitch Fifield, has asked the ABC to investigate a TV comedy segment in which a candidate for Cory Bern


Narrabri gas project fire risk unacceptable, firefighters say

The Santos project would be exempt from complete fire bans and allowed to flare gas, even in catastrophic fire weatherFirefighters with decades of experience working around the bushfire-prone Pilliga forest say Santos’s controversial Narrabri gas projec


Boy, six, meets with Theresa May to help change cannabis laws to treat his rare epilepsy

A SIX-year-old boy with a rare form of epilepsy could see the cannabis laws changed after meeting the Prime Minister yesterday. Theresa May met Alfie Dingley, who suffers up to 30 seizures a day, when he handed in a petition calling for him to be granted


WhatsApp co-founder joins call to #DeleteFacebook as fallout intensifies

Brian Acton adds his voice to Cambridge Analytica backlash, as US agency said to be investigating social network’s mishandling of dataFacebook’s troubles entered a fourth day with a rising chorus of people – including the co-founder of WhatsApp –


These are the 64 startups unveiled at Y Combinator W18 Demo Day 2

Microbiome therapeutics, Photoshop for augmented reality, and cancer treatments were some of the ideas presented at Day 2 of startup accelerator Y Combinator’s Winter 2018 Demo Day. YC is increasingly using its massive class size (141 startups this


George Pell case: court orders journalist to decipher her shorthand notes

Subpoenaed material for Louise Milligan’s book about cardinal ‘unusable’, defence complainsThe ABC journalist Louise Milligan has been ordered by a court to make her notes about Cardinal George Pell decipherable and useable to Pell’s committal hea


WWE returns to the O2 arena for one-off show in August featuring Roman Reigns and AJ Styles

The WWE have already confirmed a tour in May but the likes of Banks, Balor and New Day will come to London later in the summer

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