Global drug giant Novartis has confirmed it has begun an "internal investigation" into a five-year deal it signed with a CSIRO spin-off company to buy an anti-counterfeit technology which the CSIRO and its partner knew could be compromised.
Australia's domestic spy agency has lost a legal battle to censor the details of alleged foreign espionage activities by a friendly nation.
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DataDot Technology Ltd, a partner company to the CSIRO, has been placed in a trading halt by the Australian Securities Exchange after a Herald investigation revealed it and the country's peak scientific body had duped one of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies in a major transaction.
Essendon coach James Hird has been accused of injecting a WADA-blacklisted drug in a program where his players were given another substance anti-doping regulators now say should be banned.
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About 3 per cent of doctors are known to be 'frequent flyers' among health commissioners investigating complaints, the largest ever medico-legal study conducted in Australia has revealed.
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The CSIRO has duped one of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies into buying anti-counterfeit technology that could be easily compromised - passing off cheap chemicals it had bought from China as a ''trade secret'' formula.
A Frenchman has insisted on his innocence as he appealed his conviction for murdering an Australian student who was beaten, strangled and dumped in a car park outside Paris.
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