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Ongoing students’ issues hit the floor of parliament<p><b>Parliament this morning turned into a hall of argument during the grievances debate on the issue</b> …

Papua New Guinea

Hunters prepare for good home showing against Pride

The Pride are one of only two sides who have come away from a Hunters home game with a win and they will be hoping to do it again today.<p>The Hunters …

Papua New Guinea

Wabag MP calls on police to solve current protests

He is calling for an independent inquiry into the whole saga.<p>Ganim, who is also Chairman of the Parliamentary Referral Committee on Education (PRCE), …

Justice

Enga students petition MPs to withdraw from Government

Wabag MP Robert Ganim, who was present in Wabag, acknowledged receipt of the petition.<p>However, Ganim maintained that he remains an active member of …

Great Britain

10 things you need to know in markets today

Good morning! Here’s what you need to know in markets on Friday.<p><b>A British exit from the European Union would be a serious risk to global economic</b> …

iTunes

Hayne future clearer next week

Jarryd Hayne will sit down with his manager next week to begin discussing his post-Olympics future.<p>After an underwhelming rugby sevens debut for Fiji …

Mistreated and Exploited: My Life as a Model

As a group of models prepares to sue their former agencies, one model reveals her own experience of being bullied and patrolled by her former …

The Art of Selling: How to Build Strong Client Relationships

<i>In-House teams are masters of managing business relationships. Celebrate your in-house team’s best work by entering the In-House Design Awards!</i><b>A</b> …

TABLE: These were Australia's top trading partners in 2015

Many have heard the expression “when China sneezes Australia catches a cold”, a reference to the importance of the health of the Chinese economy when …

Chinese Economy

Election 2016: Bill Shorten's description of Donald Trump as 'barking mad' draws ire of Malcolm Turnbull

"But, anyway, let's see how the elections go. America's a great friend of Australia and whoever they dish up, we'll work with, but wow."<p>He also hit …

Donald Trump

6 Books to Understand the 2016 Election Landscape

The 2016 election cycle has quickly proven to be one of the most unpredictable, divisive, and potentially consequential in recent memory – and we haven’t even made it past the primaries yet. We’ve sat through hours of Republican debates where at times it felt as though the candidate pool was …

The 30 Best Hotels in New York City

The ultimate accommodations for a stylish stay.<p>With hundreds of hotels across Manhattan's many neighborhoods, it can be challenging to sift through the endless options to find that perfect gem of a place, especially if you're visiting from out of town. Here, we've rounded up the best luxury and …

Rihanna, Julia Roberts, and Salma Hayek Wore the Same Naked Dress

Didn't see this one coming.<p>Celebrities wear the same stuff all the time—you've seen the countless "fashion face-off" and "who wore it better" franchises. But what about when Rihanna, Salma Hayek, and Julia Roberts all wear the same NAKED(ish) Gucci dress? Then you see it. And your mind is blown. Or …

Salma Hayek

14 Things Only Girls Who Never Wear Bras Know to Be True

Nip slip city.<p><b>1. You know what true freedom feels like.</b> There is actually nothing better than a sunny day, walking down the street wearing a tank top, the gentle breeze gracing your breasts.<p><b>2. How annoying it is when people point out that you're not wearing a bra.</b> Thanks for noticing!<p><b>3. Enduring</b> …

The World's Largest Tech Companies 2016: Apple Bests Samsung, Microsoft And Alphabet

When in April Apple announced the first ever decline in iPhone sales, some observers questioned if the company’s best days are behind it. Despite the angst, Tim Cook’s Apple continues to outshine its peers in every metric that counts. Among global tech companies it has the highest revenue ($233 …

Tallis takes aim at Wayne Bennett: 'Nothing is ever good enough for him'

• ‘Wayne is deliberately trying to get to me,’ says Gorden Tallis<br>• Tallis says Bennett ‘tried to wreck’ Cowboys’ golden point grand final win<p>Gorden Tallis has launched a stinging attack on Wayne Bennett for his negativity over NRL scheduling and golden point while also claiming he appointed Adam Blair …

A Stronger Link Between Zika and Birth Defects

Since Latin America’s Zika outbreak began, in early 2014, the virus has radiated northward from Brazil, lapping up against the shores of this country, exiting our airports in the bloodstream of passengers returning from vacation and work abroad. So far, there have been four hundred and seventy-two …

Britain's queen caught on camera calling Chinese officials 'very rude' | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Queen Elizabeth has been caught on camera saying Chinese officials were “very rude” during a state visit to Britain by President Xi Jinping that London had said would herald a “golden era” in relations with Beijing.<p>She was speaking at a garden party at Buckingham Palace on …

Queen Elizabeth II

What does 'healthy' mean? FDA might change its definition

Think something is healthful just because it's chock full of fruit or labeled as a salad? Not necessarily so, according to the Food & Drug Administration.<p>The agency said Tuesday that it is reevaluating regulations about what foods can be labeled "healthy," along with other nutrient content …

Online lenders need more oversight, Treasury report finds

Online lenders require more federal oversight, according to a Treasury Department report released Tuesday as the rapidly growing industry faced increasing concerns about the quality of its loans.<p>While offering opportunities for consumers and particularly small businesses to gain greater access to …

Private Sector

Pensions Regulator says it learned about BHS sale in the papers

Watchdog says it would have got provisions for pension scheme if it had known about sale to Dominic Chappell<p>The Pensions Regulator has admitted that it only found about the controversial sale of BHS by Sir Philip Green after reading about it in the newspapers.<p>The revelation raises further questions …