It's just a single row of teeth, but a primitive jawbone has given archaeologists much to chew on. The fossil appears to belong to the oldest known member of the human family.
Ben Grubb Virgin Mobile has responded to a push by consumer groups and their customers to allow ever-precious mobile phone data to roll-over to the next month.
Nicky Phillips Australia's research community has implored Tony Abbott to deliver the $150 million he promised to a group of world-class research facilities in the last federal budget, warning many facilities are preparing to close, a situation that will have "immense" consequences for the country's research effort.
Andrew Holmes and Alan Finkel Imagine if the Australian government said it would stop paying train drivers. There would be a public outcry. It's hard to think of anything more wasteful.
Philip Dorling Australian spies are targeting Indonesia’s largest mobile phone network as well as the telecommunications systems of Australia’s small Pacific Island neighbours, according to documents obtained from the former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden.
Su-Lin Tan "The Weasel and the Woodpecker" could well be the name of the next English classic fantasy story to follow the likes of Harry Potter and Brer Rabbit.
Bridie Smith Conservation scientists have urged the state government not to be swayed by the media attention surrounding the killing of almost 700 koalas at Cape Otway.
Ben Grubb It's not only hardened criminals using virtual cryptocurrencies for illicit purposes. Mums and dads are too.
Tim Biggs Hit the snooze button, the interminably pleasant cast of the have found their way into an annoying app.
Bridie Smith Science Editor A newly discovered species of moth that is so primitive it is being described as a living dinosaur has prompted scientists to redraw the insect's family tree.