None of us wants a leader who runs around like a headless chicken.
By 2031 the ABS estimates there will be 3.2 million single households. The Abbott government should not forget singles as it embarks on tax reform.
The Australian dollar has bounced back to above US79c and Aussie shares are tipped to open stronger as iron ore slips to a five year low and financial markets adjust to the Greek election result and last week’s stimulus by the European Central Bank.
Hedge funds boosted bearish wagers on oil to a four-year high as US supplies grew the most since 2001.
Just as fresh supply concerns continue to keep global oil prices lower, one investment strategist is going where few are prepared to, and is calling a slow and steady rebound in the liquid commodity.
A group of foreign exchange day-traders from around the world have vented their fury with a Sydney-based online broker after the Swiss National Bank’s surprise currency move triggered “fake margin calls” that resulted in tens of thousands of dollars of losses.
The Australian dollar is likely to remain under pressure this week, with the local consumer price index (CPI) and US Federal Reserve policy meeting key to sentiment as the global data flow begins to intensify.
Despite a plunge in the price of iron ore, local shares are poised to open little changed ahead of the NAB's December business confidence report.
Regulators need to stop online companies such as Uber and Airbnb – as well as people using their services – from dodging their tax obligations, says Labor assistant treasurer Andrew Leigh.
NAB customers have until Tuesday to join a class action over overdrawn fees as the bank prepares to settle its part in a long-running bank fee case.
Photos of Australia Day Celebrations across the region.
A house fire broke out in Second Street, Millfield on Wednesday afternoon.
Detectives from the State Crime Command’s Sex Crimes Squad have charged a man over alleged child pornography offences ...