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Netflix to face local content quota under proposed Australian TV reforms

Netflix to face local content quota under proposed Australian TV reforms

The government is considering a raft of changes to media laws, including a requirement for international streaming services to spend money on local content.

  • by Lisa Visentin and Zoe Samios
Inside the secret mission to bring jailed Australian academic home from Iran

Inside the secret mission to bring jailed Australian academic home from Iran

The complicated prisoner swap deal took more than six months of at-times delicate discussions to arrange.

  • by Anthony Galloway and James Massola
Business still not spending despite stimulus help

Business still not spending despite stimulus help

Figures show businesses are yet to use cheap credit and government assistance to start investing out of the recession.

  • by Shane Wright
Early access to super will not solve housing affordability crisis

Early access to super will not solve housing affordability crisis

Allowing people to use their super to get a toehold in the property market will not improve housing affordability. In fact, it could make things worse.

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SAS soldiers given 'show cause' notices over war crimes allegations

SAS soldiers given 'show cause' notices over war crimes allegations

A number of serving SAS soldiers have been sent "show cause" notices, paving the way for them to be kicked out of the military.

  • by Anthony Galloway and Chris Masters
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Northern Territory quarantine will double, but many won't make it home for Christmas

Northern Territory quarantine will double, but many won't make it home for Christmas

While the bills are adding up for stranded Aussies, DFAT are still trying to get more than 36,000 home as the PM's promised Christmas deadline looms.

  • by Rachel Clun
Casual leave ruling to be challenged in High Court

Casual leave ruling to be challenged in High Court

A landmark court ruling that confirmed some casual workers are entitled to paid leave will be challenged in the High Court after labour hire company WorkPac was granted special leave to appeal.

  • by Rob Harris

Coronavirus: NSW records zero new cases

Dr Jeremy McAnulty provides a COVID-19 update for Thursday, November 26.

Australian academic traded for Thai bomb plot prisoners

Australian academic traded for Thai bomb plot prisoners

Three Iranian men linked to a botched 2012 bomb plot in Bangkok have been released by Thai authorities in exchange for Australian-British academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who has been detained in Iran for more than two years.

  • by Anthony Galloway and Rachael Dexter
The latest illustrations from artist Matt Golding
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The latest illustrations from artist Matt Golding

Illustrations by the artist from The Age.