A major defence contractor at one of Australia's most secretive intelligence facilities is being sued by former employees, who claim they were not paid out their proper redundancy entitlements.
As the Antarctic Treaty Turns 60, keeping watch on the icy continent is becoming more difficult. So, what is China doing down there? Truth is, we don't know for sure.
A Federal Court ruling in the United States in favour of a man suffering from cancer has turned the spotlight again to one of the most commonly used global chemicals.
Purdue Pharma agrees to a payout rather than face a jury after being accused of deceptively marketing painkillers and helping to create an addiction epidemic sweeping the US.
The EU's regulatory body, the European Commission, fines Google a third time for disadvantaging competitors on its search engine but notes that the company is learning from its mistakes.
"We have a series of Australian governments that are guilty of crimes against humanity," independent federal MP Andrew Wilkie recently told Q&A. RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
Friends of the prominent blogger detained in China are demanding to know why Australian diplomats failed to tell him his wife had appointed a friend and prominent human rights lawyer to take his case.
While the examination of security company Paladin continues in Australian Parliament, it has been quietly reducing the wages of some of its lowest-paid workers in Papua New Guinea's capital, Port Moresby.
To motivate businesses to consider Brexit's economic impacts on the Netherlands, the Dutch are using a novel ploy.
The country's cartel office rules against the tech giant, getting it to ask users for consent before it collects their data from third-party apps.