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The latest batch of emails released by the National Archives omitted the Lewinsky email from its latest document release for privacy reasons as the "Release would constitute a clearly unwarranted invasion of personal privacy", ABC News reported. The
Labor MP John Lenders, for instance, waited 94 days for the commissioner to review a decision by the Department of Primary Industries, which had refused access to ministerial briefings on coal seam gas...Another Labor frontbencher, Jill Hennessy,
Last week, the owner of HeavenlyVapours, Vince van Heerden, said of the ''case law precedent'' in an online forum: ''One can only imagine that the other states may now try to follow suit.'' Asked about the case, the NSW Ministry of Health confirmed
What is it that goes into an act or lack of action of ours to make it ethical? Is it grace and grit under pressure or detachment in front of the lucre and lure? Or, is it something that forms or ought to form the very stuff of our everyday life and
A 35-year-old Dutch man allegedly linked to Canadian Amanda Todd, 15, who killed herself in 2012 after nearly two years of online bullying, appeared in court Wednesday. The man, whose name wasn't reported, was arrested in January.
Ballarat teenager Eliza Gregurke, 19, checks her Facebook 'at least 20 times a day'...It was the Dead's lyricist, John Perry Barlow, who first coined the phrase ''digital natives'' to describe generations born after the internet achieved ubiquity.
A tobacco decoy operation in San Leandro resulted in 14 businesses receiving citations Thursday afternoon, police said. Authorities conducted an undercover sting operation targeting dozens of retail businesses throughout the city on Thursday
A German sought by authorities for alleged fraud has been arrested in Austria after dropping into a police station to ask officers whether he was under investigation. Police in Salzburg said the 59-year-old man walked into a police station in the
The Globe and Mail Published Saturday, Apr. 19 2014, 6:00 AM EDT Last updated Saturday, Apr. 19 2014, 6:00 AM EDT Steven Fletcher, the Conservative MP from Winnipeg, has done Canada a service. In March, he introduced two private member's bills to
On Tuesday, the City Council will consider adopting interim urgency ordinances regarding each, which would result in 45-day moratoriums. Regarding massage services, City Attorney Doug White contends that Dixon has experienced a spike in "illicit"