Former Australian Financial Review editor turned senior Fairfax executive Glenn Burge led a victory waltz through Leichhardt Council chambers last night when his daughter’s soccer team seized access to several Balmain sporting fields at the centre of an access spat.
The government’s insistence on ignoring the Obama administration’s investigation of Julian Assange is becoming increasingly untenable as public evidence mounts of a grand jury and a continuing campaign by the US government against him.
Australian golfer Adam Scott will be counting the cost of his incredible British Open meltdown in more ways than one, with the world No.13's Greg Norman-like collapse set to cost him a small fortune in sponsorship arrangements.
The taxman is chasing professional punter and millionaire arts enthusiast David Walsh hard for $37.7 million in unpaid tax. And the case against him is strong, reports Chris Seage.
Women struggle to take on the mantle of authority because they don’t feel good about those who have had authority over them. Is there a way out?
Julian Assange's request for asylum in Ecuador has been strengthened by a letter from Greens Senator Scott Ludlam supporting his case that he has been effectively abandoned by the Australian government.
Just because Power Players have power doesn't means others won't have a big problem with them from time to time. Power Players look a problem directly in the face.
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