Passengers consider the ride-sharing service UberX cool, futuristic and clean. But where is this new form of business taking drivers?
Bridie Smith, Science Editor Stewart Duguid used to have an epileptic seizure every fortnight. He never knew when they would strike. But the seizures were debilitating and proved impossible to control with medication.
Michael Koziol The final minute of Tuesday, June 30, will last for 61 seconds, to accommodate a global "leap second" that will keep atomic clocks aligned with the earth's rotation.
Liam Mannix, Dave Carter That iconic sing-song modem handshake tone will soon be heard no more after Telstra announced plans to switch off its dial-up service.
Ben Grubb Anti-piracy crusader Graham Burke says his company will soon be prepared to sue pirates.
Megan Gorrey An ACT Policing employee breached professional standards by republishing a nude photograph of a woman from the agency's official Twitter account, an internal investigation has confirmed.
Ben Chenoweth Australians have taken to social media following a Washington Supreme Court decision that found the American constitution guaranteed a right to same-sex marriage.
Andrew Brown The Australian video game industry is rapidly growing, but local game developers are saying they're failing to reap the rewards and the profits.
Bridie Smith Science Editor If you think it's tough to break into the housing market in Melbourne, spare a thought for the state's Major Mitchell Cockatoos.
Hannah Francis Comment: Browsing through Netflix's catalogue feels like walking into a DVD rental store a week before it shuts its doors.
Angelica Sheerin, 8, is chopping off her long shiny locks for kids with cancer.
The men of Cecil's Place Men's Shed group need more space.
Queen Street is like something of a ghost town — overflowing with empty stores and broken windows.
Technology today advances in leaps and bounds, and the Way Out West Festival for Children has embraced children's ...
POLICE helped remove an oversize B-double semi-trailer that hit a railing and became wedged between barriers on an ...