Invest in new tech, Frydenberg to business
Invest in new technology to boost productivity rather than use extra cash for share buybacks, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will tell big corporations in a speech.
Public hospitals are favouring patients who are health fund members over publicly-funded patients for elective surgeries, according to data from the AIHW.
A federal Labor frontbencher has released a research paper exploring the impacts of Australia’s climbing prison rates.
The Australian government is sending six ministers to a forum in Papua New Guinea on Monday, the largest delegation of its kind in more than 10 years.
The inquest into the suspected abduction of William Tyrrell is due to hear from a washing machine repairman subjected to intense media speculation.
Anthony Albanese will be in Jakarta on Monday for his first overseas trip as Labor leader.
A 29-year-old woman has drowned at Edith Falls in the Northern Territory, a popular tourist destination of cascading waterfalls.
The federal government intends to block websites hosting extremist content, in the wake of the live-streamed Christchurch terror attacks in March.
Queensland’s Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has told a state Labor conference that she doesn’t mind being a political underdog 12 months from an election.
Sydney-based artist Scott Marsh has painted a mural depicting shock jock Alan Jones strapped into a head harness with a red ball gag.
Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne has expressed concerns about pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong again erupting into violence.
The Australian share market is expected to start the week lower, after Donald Trump ramped up the rhetoric in his protracted trade battle with China.
Housing auction clearance rates this week have reached two-year highs of almost 80 per cent across Australia.
Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne is remaining tight-lipped on a thinly-veiled swipe against China from Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
A WOMAN in her 40s is likely to be flown to Melbourne after jumping out of a moving car in Moama earlier today. Murray River Police District Inspector Paul Huggett said Moama and Echuca police and Ambulance Victoria were called to Perricoota Rd near...
POLICE are investigating after Echuca’s Amcal Pharmacy was held up this morning. The Hare St robbery occurred about 8.55am where a man threatened staff members before stealing a large amount of pharmaceutical drugs. No-one was injured. The man was...
Set to be one of the world’s largest medicinal cannabis facilities, a new $160 million production site will soon be built in Greater Shepparton.