Friends reunion: Comic artist develops robot to generate new Friends episodes

Not yet perfect [more…] A sample of a possible Friends script generated using artificial intelligence and previous episodes. Photo: Andy HerdLondon: With everyone waiting for [more…]

Tour Down Under: Sean Lake follows through with pledge to showcase cycling talent

Happy convert: Sean Lake. Photo: John VeageCaleb Ewan makes winning look easy
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull greeted warmly by Barack Obama

All smiles: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and US President Barack Obama. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull meets with President of the [more…]

Push to ban Israel lobby trips for NSW Labor officials

Recognition of Palestine "if there is no progress to a two-state solution": Bob Carr. Photo: Ryan Osland NSW Labor leader Luke Foley [more…]

Chris Gayle launches stinging attack on critics on Instagram as BBL season finishes

As well as thanking his supporters and saying he may have played his last innings in Australia, Chris Gayle had some choice words for [more…]

What The Big Short movie can teach ordinary people

Margot Robbie explaining CDOs in The Big Short. Investment bankers arguing in The Big Short.
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Debit cards more popular than ever but Australians still hooked on credit

The abstract nature of credit means people feel less emotionally connected to the money. The abstract nature of credit means consumers feel less [more…]

Manila calling: Public Service’s Philippines frolic revealed

The Australian Taxation Office has been quietly sending some of its work to the Philippines.More public service newsShared services, back in backroom businessBarton to [more…]

Australian CEOs gloomy about 2016 as world drowns in $200 trillion in debt

"The threat that we see, first and foremost, is the economy," says ASX chief executive Elmer Funke Kupper. Photo: Daniel Munoz Mirvac's chief [more…]

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AFTER more than three years of often bitter division, the warring factions of the Port Stephens political establishment have called for a “truce” in [more…]

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