City of Fremantle readies AU$8m energy and water blockchain project

The Australian government, alongside private investors, will be funding the project trialling the use of blockchain-powered distributed energy and water systems southwest of Perth.

Germany coalition: Talks collapse as FDP pulls out

Attempts to form a coalition government fail, plunging Germany into uncertainty.

MP Bob Katter's abrupt crocodile line amuses Australia

Bob Katter was discussing same-sex marriage when he switched topics, in footage that has gone viral.

India's Indira canteen: The best meal you can buy for 13 cents

India's latest politically linked canteens are named after a former PM, and offer delicious food.

Chile election: Conservative Pinera to face Socialist Guillier in run-off

Ex-president Sebastián Piñera wins the first round, but fails to avoid a run-off in December.

Centrelink sees nearly 16k students head online to report income

In the wake of the 'robo-debt' debacle, over 15,000 students have logged on to Centrelink's online income reporting tool to update their information, instead of waiting on hold with call centre staff.

Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe vows to stay on despite party pressure

Robert Mugabe defies his own party in a TV speech by clinging on to Zimbabwe's presidency.

Tattoos, piercing and dreadlocks on Egypt's streets

From piercings to dreadlocks: Egypt's young embrace styles traditionally viewed there with suspicion.

The Queen and Prince Philip celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary

Images mark the platinum wedding anniversary of the Queen and Prince Philip.

'Don’t fall apart': Managing your mind at work

Like Minds: Does your work understand your mental health?

Meet the people battling online for Russia’s future

Who's winning the political fight on the Russian internet?

The greatest risk with AI is not moving fast enough to deploy it: Microsoft

If there are only a handful of companies running AI, then it's unlikely that it will be applied broadly enough, according to Microsoft's strategic policy advisor Dave Heiner.

From sleeping under a bridge to working on a roof

Sharon's life was rock bottom when she was homeless but how she has a bright future in the solar industry.

Why do so many US women die giving birth?

While progress has been made to curb death rates in other countries, the US has seen an increase.

How great is China's influence?

The news that the head of Zimbabwe's military visited China days before it took power has sparked questions.

Why Singapore is training professional gamers

With the global e-sports market set to hit $1.5bn in three years, Singapore is helping train professional gamers.

Autumn internationals: Jeremy Guscott on Scotland, England, Wales and Ireland

Scotland's agonising loss to New Zealand, England's demolition of Australia and Wales and Ireland's narrow wins are assessed by Jeremy Guscott.

How refrigeration revolutionised global trade

The "cold chain" profoundly changed the food we eat and the way we shop.

West Ham: David Moyes will now realise the size of his task - Mark Lawrenson

West Ham's loss to Watford will have made it clear to David Moyes how much work he has to do in every area of his team, says Mark Lawrenson.

Meet the world's youngest self-made billionaire

How 27-year-old Irishman John Collison created IT firm Stripe with his brother, and became personally worth $1.1bn.

Dame Katherine Grainger urges improvements in athlete welfare

The chair of UK Sport, Dame Katherine Grainger, urges British sports to improve athlete welfare amid widespread bullying allegations.

Women advised to sleep on side to help prevent stillbirth

The risk of stillbirth is doubled if women go to sleep on their backs in the last trimester, a study finds.

Mohamed Salah: Egypt striker carries hopes of a nation at World Cup

Mohamed Salah, who has never even seen Egypt play in a World Cup, will carry the expectations of a nation when they compete at Russia 2018.

StartCom to shut down, all certificates revoked in 2020

Embattled Chinese certificate authority could not recover from blacklistings by browser makers.

ATP Finals: Grigor Dimitrov beats David Goffin to win title in London

Grigor Dimitrov becomes the first man for 19 years to win the ATP Finals on his debut appearance with victory over Belgian David Goffin.

Bankwest sends broker site to the public cloud with AWS Lambda

The latest initiative in Bankwest's 'cloud-first' approach to service delivery has seen the security gateway for its broker website delivered via Lambda.

Baidu to begin small-scale production of fully automative vehicles next year

The Chinese technology giant said it will start small-scale production and trial operations of driverless minibuses from July 2018 ahead of mass production of its self-driving vehicles by 2020.

'We need him to resign'

The 93-year-old president fails to resign, and has vowed to stay in power for several weeks.

Chris Coleman: Sunderland boss says uncommitted players will be moved on

New Sunderland manager Chris Coleman says he will look to quickly get rid of players lacking commitment.

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