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Quadrant editor-in-chief apologises to ABC

A controversial article suggesting the Manchester bomb should have been exploded at the ABC's Q&A studios has been ordered to be pulled from the Quadrant website and the editor-in-chief has offered an unreserved apology.


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Fairfax journalists strike over job cuts

UPDATED: Journalists at the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age have voted to strike for a week after Fairfax Media announced it would cut about 25 per cent of the jobs at its major Australian newspapers.

“A lunchbox jelly snack made from seaweed and lobster shell is being developed in South Australia to help boost children's calcium levels.”
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Australia's credit rating safe for now: Moody's

One of the world's major credit rating agencies does not believe it will need to cut Australia's triple-A credit rating at this stage, but it hasn't stopped federal politicians trawling over well-trodden arguments in the run-up to the May budget.