Australia has held steady to maintain sixth spot in the Asia Power Index which ranks 26 countries in the Indo-Pacific region each year.
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says the Government’s forecast for economic growth next year will be stronger then predicted in the May Budget when he hands down his mid-year review later this month.
Bitcoin plunged along with other cryptocurrencies overnight on Saturday, in another indication of the risk aversion sweeping across financial markets.
Joanna Ossinger and Vildana Hajric
Former Western Force and Wallabies star Dane Haylett-Petty hasn’t stopped for a breather after making the tough call to hang up his boots last month.
Danielle Le Messurier
Economists do not expect any policy change when the Reserve Bank of Australia holds its final board meeting for the year this week.
An Australian senator has been accused of throwing punches at her party’s Federal director during a boozy Christmas party.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says he will be upgrading the economic growth outlook for next year when he hands down his first mid-year budget review.
Capital cities have had one of the busiest home auction weeks on record, but many homes aren't selling under the hammer.
Parliament House has shut its doors after a political staffer contracted Covid, sending one party’s leader into isolation.
Hard-up West Australians owe $121 million in overdue power bills, with 101,000 families unable to pay during winter.
The fight for more shopping hours for Perth has been take up by an unlikely hero – Daylight Saving Party MP Wilson Tucker.
Cottesloe’s iconic Indiana Tea House is set for a stunning facelift, thanks to new plans to renovate and extend it with a luxury boutique hotel.
A surprise decision on vaccine mandates at one of Australia's biggest employers could have huge implications for others.
While Australia's property boom has suddenly cooled, the jury is out on whether regional markets will be as hard hit as the cities.
Australian truckies are facing a looming shortage of a crucial product, which could cause supply chain chaos for customers.
It’s a high risk venture but Bali property is offering bargains for those willing to buy sight unseen.
The union boss for FIFO workers has taken aim at the Morrison Government for ‘having one rule for themselves and another for everyone else’ after a report exposed the drinking culture inside Federal Parliament.
Cedric Chehab of the credit research firm discusses the headwinds that will make for a difficult investment climate in 2022.
WA-based equipment hire marketplace Quipmo is set to partner with caravan parks in the Eastern States to overcome COVID-19 pandemic pains.
Lorraine’s story has opened the conversation about what workplaces and businesses can do to help prevent violence against women.
WA employers with large Indigenous workforces must step up to help boost the low rates of vaccination for COVID-19, former state opposition leader Zak Kirkup says.
A prominent great southern cattle farmer is rallying others to join a pledge to cut methane emissions by 30 per cent by the end of the decade.
The latest quarterly changes to Australia’s benchmark index include the elevation of uranium miner Paladin and the demotion of online retailer Kogan.
The business development arm of the PKKP Aboriginal Corporation is chasing employment opportunities beyond mining for Indigenous communities under the guidance of an all-women board.
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