‘Are you okay?’ It’s a simple enough question but if one were to ask at the right time in the right place, it could save a life.
In a few weeks Australia will finally get the opportunity to offer their opinions on marriage equality.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, one of the country’s biggest banks, has been accused of breaching anti-money laundering and counter terrorism finance laws by the Australian government.
Another day, another government fight against encrypted messaging apps.
Britain’s former business and trade minister, Sir Vince Cable warned that the UK’s trading relationships and access to markets will experience a knock after the UK leaves the European Union “as a matter of fact.” One of those canards is the idea that there are trade deals out there that are waiting to be signed,” he said
Tech giant Apple paid no tax in New Zealand (NZ) for at least a decade, despite making billions of dollars worth of profits in the country amounting to $4.2bn.
Tech giants including Google and Facebook will now pay tax in Australia based on the profits they earn in the country, instead of shifting income abroad.
Supermarkets are hoping that self-service checkouts will save on costs, but the automatic machines are being outwitted by customers.
These three things will change the world today.