Australia's top public servant will get a $42,000 wage rise in July as industrial strife looms over pay rises for the Commonwealth's 160,000 rank-and-file bureaucrats.
Australia's top public servant will get a $42,000 wage rise in July as industrial strife looms over pay rises for Commonwealth's 160,000 rank-and-file bureaucrats.
Sunset, when the Gallipoli Peninsula is quiet and the tour buses have gone, grants a softness to the tough hills and valleys of the old Anzac battlefields.
George Main has commemorated Anzac Day since he was a boy.
When Idris Murphy travelled to Gallipoli last year with a group of artists, the landscape painter carried letters written by a man he had never met but whose name he inherited.
Michelle Simmons has joined Stephen Hawking, Albert Einstein and Alexander Graham Bell as an elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
They were the first class of young officers produced by Duntroon, and they had a baptism of fire in WWI, writes David Ellery.
Debris has washed up on the coast of Western Australia, raising hopes it may be from the missing flight MH370.
West Australian Police have confirmed officers in the state's South West are in possession of "items" that could possibly be from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
It may be no great stretch to imagine ghosts lurk on the Gallipoli Peninsula, but a spectral image on a camera frame proved to be no such visitation.