Media Watch

'18Apr
18

Obituary: Barbara Bush, social justice campaigner

The spouse of one US president and the mother of a second, Barbara Bush was never content to accept a passive role as political wife.A long-time campaigner for social justice, she spoke out against racial...
'18Apr
18

Opinion: Why some men abuse women online

Email The Conversation By Bianca Fileborn Posted April 18, 2018 07:35:04 Photo...
'18Apr
17

Virtual Instagram celebrity ‘Lil Miquela’ has had her account hacked

The Instagram account for the virtual celebrity known as Lil Miquela has been hacked.The multi-racial fashionista and advocate for multiculturalism, whose account is followed by nearly 1 million people, has had “...
'18Apr
17

'No such thing as absolute security': Healthcare a growing target for hackers

In 2016 a Californian hospital desperately paid $US17,000 in bitcoin as ransom to a hacker who had seized control of its computer systems.But in making the payment, the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Centre...
'18Apr
17

'No such thing as absolute security': Healthcare a growing target for hackers

In 2016 a Californian hospital desperately paid $US17,000 in bitcoin as ransom to a hacker who had seized control of its computer systems.But in making the payment, the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Centre...
'18Apr
17

Suspected Sydney bomb plot ringleader and IS terrorist captured in Iraq

Email BySean Rubinsztein-DunlopandSuzanne Dredge Updated April 18, 2018 09:50:55 Photo: Ahmed Merhi is one of...
'18Apr
17

Uzbekistan, Russia to jointly create TV channel

Uzbekistan and Russia have pledged to jointly create a television channel, potentially setting the stage for Moscow to bolster the heft of its soft power in the Central Asian nation.During talks with his...
'18Apr
17

Explainer: The state of Raul Castro's economic reforms in Cuba

HAVANA (Reuters) - President Raul Castro’s efforts to modernize Cuba’s Soviet-style centrally planned economy have borne mixed results, with some initiatives moving forward, others stalled and still others either...
'18Apr
17

Police crack down on hartal organisers

The police on Tuesday mounted a crackdown on youths who had gone about blocking vehicles, vandalising shops and other establishments to enforce the hartal on Monday, taking hundreds into custody and slapping cases...
'18Apr
17

The Windrush generation and the long history of not being quite ‘British’ enough

Image: Windrush arrivals in 1948, PA Images archive, all rights reserved.Recent reports of the current Home Office crackdown on Commonwealth elders come as a horrifying surprise, but they tell of a history we have...

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