'Black day for ABC': say staff

ABC journalists have hit out at the axing of more than 400 jobs at the public broadcaster.
A Victorian judge says a record-breaking $494m Black Saturday bushfires settlement must be approved quickly but assessing claims could still take decades.
Labor leader Bill Shorten never warned an AWU union official not to blow the whistle on the Bruce Wilson slush fund, the royal commission has been told.
Small firms are struggling to expand and hire new staff faced with weak sales revenue and profits, a new survey shows.
Mitchell Barbieri kept his head bowed in a Sydney court as the family of Detective Inspector Bryson Anderson described the policeman's violent death.
Palmer United Party leader Clive Palmer says lobbyists led to Jacqui Lambie departing his party, but it still holds sway in the Senate.
A $25 million settlement has been reached in what lawyers say is Australia's biggest food safety class action - over Bonsoy milk.
A mother has admitted to police that she left her newborn baby in a stormwater drain in western Sydney.
The Sydney cyclist who found a newborn baby down a western Sydney stormwater drain hopes he will meet the little boy soon.
More than 400 people are set to lose their jobs as Australia’s public broadcasters face millions of dollars in funding cuts.
The federal government is still intent on getting the Senate to pass a bill bringing back temporary protection visas by the end of 2014.
The privatisation of the health insurer has raised $5.7 billion, a $1 billion more than the coalition had first predicted.
Senator Jacqui Lambie has resigned from the Palmer United Party, pledging to put Tasmania first.
The coalition and Labor have both promised to make Victoria's hospitals safer if they win Saturday's election.
An air and water search is continuing for a man whose inflatable boat was found abandoned at a far north Queensland lake on Sunday.
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