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Australia's Privacy Commissioner steps into the scandal surrounding data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica, telling Facebook to confess if any Australians are among millions of people whose profiles have been harvested without their permission.
Just weeks before Border Force boss Roman Quaedvlieg went on leave amid misconduct investigations, his staff revealed their views about senior management in a confidential survey — the results were not glowing.
Grieving mother Colleen Holding's daughter went missing in 1979 while hitchhiking. Now Ms Holding is adding her voice to calls for a dedicated forensics lab to help solve more than 2,000 long-term missing person cases in Australia.
Residents of the Victorian town of Beechworth couldn't work out why their mail was disappearing, until they discovered their local post box had been forgotten. For one couple, it meant they didn't have a say in the same-sex marriage vote — a matter close to their hearts.
Photographs of pedestrians caught in the act, along with their names and ID numbers, are instantly displayed on LED screens installed at road junctions, which has some observers worried China's digital surveillance systems are reaching a point of violating personal privacy.
A lack of identity and personality is a spy's protection from foreign operatives, but a dig through a faceless Twitter account reveals some interesting insights into Australia's top dog in the shadowy world of intelligence.
South African fast bowler Kagiso Rabada is available to play in the remainder of the Test series with Australia, after a successful appeal against a two-match ban over an incident with Steve Smith in the second Test in Port Elizabeth.
Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer is declared bankrupt by the Federal Circuit Court, after the liquidator over his failed development company launched legal action over an opulent staircase in his multi-million-dollar home.