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SYDNEY (Reuters) - More than 100 journalists at Australia's oldest publisher, Fairfax Media, protested outside the company's offices on Thursday at the start of a rare week-long strike in opposition to a decision to axe a quarter of its editorial staff.
MELBOURNE: Australia's Fairfax Media has announced it will outsource the sub-editing of its major newspapers.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia is investigating a suspected espionage case at the country's top scientific organization, with a Chinese national being probed for allegedly accessing sensitive data, Fairfax Media reported on Wednesday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A United Nations official said Australia would probably be in breach of the Refugee Convention if it enacted a proposal for a permanent visa-ban for asylum seekers who attempted to reach the country by boat, Fairfax media reported on Saturday.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand aircraft manufacturer Pacific Aerospace Ltd has plead guilty in a New Zealand court to indirectly exporting aircraft parts to North Korea, according to Fairfax Media.
SYDNEY, May 07, 2014 (AFP) - Journalists at the Australian Financial Review, Sydney Morning Herald and Melbourne's The Age went on strike Wednesday after management proposed axing another 70 editorial and photo jobs.
PETALING JAYA: The Prime Minister’s Office has rejected an article published by Australian dailies linking Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to a bribery scandal, saying it contained “baseless smears and insinuations.”
KUALA LUMPUR: The Prime Minister’s Office has dismissed the article “Bribery scandal linked to Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak” published in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald as “baseless smears and insinuations”.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Vanuatu and China on Tuesday denied a media report that Beijing wanted to establish a permanent military presence in the Pacific island nation.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The Australian treasurer's partial victory in a defamation suit against a newspaper publisher took a sour turn on Wednesday when a court ordered he pay 85 percent of his legal bill, a result widely expected to leave him out of pocket.