A DeepMind library to help build reinforcement learning bots, and how Google's Pixel 3 cameras handle zoom
High-end chef Guillaume Brahimi's restaurant ripping off workersThe high-end restaurant business of French-born chef Guillaume Brahimi is substantially underpaying permanent staff.
Driven to the coast, falcons swoop in just in time for bird censusMelbourne’s famous peregrine falcons that nest atop a Collins Street building may soon have company.
Why the big questions about Barnaby Joyce are so importantA Joycean return to leadership would tell us a lot about the direction Australia is heading.
Partner of deceased 'cult leader' suing state of NSW over police investigation that ended in suicideJanice Hamilton, the widow of Ken Dyers, has alleged the state of NSW is guilty of misfeasance in public office.
Why the saga of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi resonates with all of usThe accounts from Turkish sources have inextricably linked Khashoggi's name to a chilling phrase: "bone saw."
'Bad old days at Bell Shakespeare': should critical reviews influence government funding?As the federal government reviews its framework for funding the performing arts, questions have been raised about the quality of Bell Shakespeare's productions.
In the Cannes: TV's A-list turn out as buyers descend on MipcomAs streaming platforms try to reshape the TV business, the world's biggest traditional content market is still doing a brisk business.
I offered Turnbull a climate envoy job, says RuddRudd has revealed he offered to make a wounded Turnbull his personal envoy on climate change, in the aftermath of the 2009 Liberal leadership spill.
Thousands of migrants stuck as caravan halted on Mexico's southern borderAs night fell on a bridge, migrants' frustration turned to despair as women clutching small children pleaded with police
Amnesty urges U.N. investigation, independent autopsy in Khashoggi deathAmnesty International said on Saturday that Saudi Arabia's explanation of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul appeared to be a...
We don't need another new plan to end family violenceThe “new government, new approach” scenario we have seen so many times before will not serve us now. We have a plan. Let’s stick to it.
Thousands turn out for anti-Brexit protest in LondonBritons voted to leave the European Union by a narrow margin in a 2016 referendum. Prime Minister Theresa May has ruled out another public vote on the subject.
The jostle for power and position on the regal ladderWhile Prince Harry and Meghan enjoy life at the top of the royal ladder, further down things are not quite so rosy.
Private schools' new push to secure the brightest studentsThe fierce competition between private schools has intensified, with testing of the brightest students now being held 18 months before Year 7.
Chunk of moon fetches $600,000 at auctionA bit of the moon that fell to Earth as a lunar meteorite has fetched greater than $600,000 (£458,997) at public sale. The five.5kg (12lb) lump, affectionately...
Panthers' darkest hour revisited with Rae Carruth's release from prisonCarolina's 1997 first-round draft pick has spent 17 years behind bars. What happened? How is his son doing? Why should fans care? Here's what to know.
Details emerge on 911 call made day Jayme Closs vanished, parents were murderedNew details have emerged including the 911 call made the night Jayme Closs disappeared and her parents were shot and killed in their Barron, Wis., home.
Cricket-England win rain-marred fourth ODI to bag seriesEngland beat Sri Lanka by 18 runs via the Duckworth Lewis method in the rain-marred fourth one-day international on Saturday to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in...
Choreographer of Temptations musical says teacher in Toronto first noticed his talentThe choreographer of a new musical about The Temptations now playing in Toronto says it was a chemistry teacher at a North York high school who first noticed his...
Man hit by train at Wallington station died as West Croydon services delayedThe man was pronounced dead in the early hours of Saturday (October 20)
Grief and anger in India as families mourn train deathsAt least 59 people are dead and dozens more have been injured after a train ploughed into a crowd watching fireworks in northern India.
3 Top Oil Stocks to Buy in OctoberOil prices are heading generally higher, but that doesn't mean you can't find good deals in the oil patch today. Here are three to look at now.
Britain considering "next steps" after Saudi Arabia admits journalist's deathBritain said on Saturday it was considering the "next steps" after Saudi Arabia acknowledged for the first time that the missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi was...
Crichton and Roosters on collision course with Rabbitohs in round oneWith the NRL draw expected to be officially released later this week, it is understood Melbourne will begin life without Billy Slater at home to Brisbane.
Khashoggi killing: Turkey vows to reveal 'truth' on Saudi critic killingTurkey has vowed to reveal all details about the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, after Saudi Arabia admitted for the first time he had been killed in its...
Tributes flow for Earthcore founder who died at Melbourne barSpiro Boursine died in police custody after he was held down by patrons at a Melbourne bar in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Prince Harry opens memorial as royal tour continuesSYDNEY (AP) — Prince Harry paid tribute to Australian service members by opening a new wing of a war memorial on Saturday before heading to a delayed opening...