From robot bartenders, AI judges and delivery bots to tech giants like Skype and TransferWise — in less than 30 years Estonia has made the transformation from a struggling post-Soviet state to one of the world's most digitalised nations.
ABC Chair Ita Buttrose arrives at the Commonwealth Parliamentary Offices in Sydney for a meeting with Prime Minister Scott Morrison, with the pair expected to discuss a range of topics including last week's AFP raids on the ABC.
Business is becoming increasingly concerned that this week's Federal Police raids on the ABC and News Corp risk eroding confidence in Australia's reputation as a free and open democracy.
Labor MPs are urging their party to take a more "rigorous" and "strident" approach to national security laws following this week's police raids on the ABC and the home of a News Corp journalist.
This Sunday, Insiders will farewell Barrie Cassidy, who has hosted the program since it first went to air in 2001. But not before he pays tribute to a "great friend".
When the AFP entered the ABC with a warrant, media around the world were shocked. We answer some of the questions raised about press freedom and protection of sources.
Former journalist Kerry O'Brien says Australian's "have to be really clear about what's at stake here" after this week's AFP raids on the ABC and a News Corp journalist, which have prompted an outpouring of support from international media outlets such as the BBC and the New York Times.
The Sky News political editor will take over the morning political discussion program in 2020, the ABC confirms in the wake of reports surfacing last month David Speers would replace outgoing host Barrie Cassidy.