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Qantas defends allegations of misleading ticket sales

Qantas will fight allegations of misleading conduct levelled by the consumer watchdog after being accused of selling tickets for flights already cancelled. The airline said while it “fully accepts it …

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Feta fight, farmers warn against dud EU free trade deal

Australian farmers are wary a rushed trade agreement with Europe could leave them high and dry. Trade Minister Don Farrell is heading to a G7 trade ministers forum in Japan …

Top legal mind plays down voice legal-risk, power fears

The powers of any voice to parliament in the constitution can be limited by Australian legislation and lawmakers will remain supreme, one of the nation’s eminent legal minds says. The …

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Voice drive goes multicultural but some feel left out

A concerted effort is being made to engage Australia’s multicultural communities in the voice referendum. However, some have reported little to no engagement from either side of the campaign. The …

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Calls to cut flight caps to lower prices, boost tourism

Unlimited flights into Australia would lead to lower prices, better quality services and more opportunity to travel, the Productivity Commission says. The federal government’s independent economic adviser called for the …

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We can walk and chew gum on voice, cost of living: PM

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has defended the government’s focus on the voice referendum as Australians struggle at the checkout and the bowser. Mr Albanese says his government is “doing the …

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Australia struggles to hold cyber criminals to account

Australia is struggling to hold cyber criminals accountable, with the government admitting the mechanisms are not in place to adequately tackle nefarious actors. Asked whether Australia was powerless to go after cyber culprits, Home …

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D-day for dating apps to clean up sexual assault

Dating apps have been issued with an ultimatum in order to address sexual assault on their platforms – lift their game or face regulation. The federal government has requested that the online dating industry …

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Government urges university action on campus assaults

Universities have been urged to take sexual assault on campus seriously. A federal parliamentary committee has called for a powerful independent task force to be set up to address a woeful …

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Greens to target seats stacked with renters at election

Greens leader Adam Bandt will call on party faithful to use the government’s failure to implement a rent freeze or cap to swing the millions of Australians struggling to find …

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