With the government’s quota for renewable energy production filled, the solar panel industry is warning of a collapse in demand for new installations.
A security firm hired by ‘rogue managers’ at Wonthaggi desalination plant builder Thiess Degrémont uncovered evidence of union leaders illegally enforcing a closed shop at the site.
Special Minister of State Joe Ludwig has suspended rules on government-funded advertising to run a campaign in favour of Labor’s proposed tax on mining “super profits”.
The ABC plans to launch a 24-hour news service—the broadcaster’s fourth digital television channel and the government’s sixth—placing it in direct competition with Foxtel’s Sky News Australia.
Qantas passengers the world over were thrown into chaos tonight after the airline’s check-in system, Amadeus, went into meltdown.
Citing insensitive remarks made on air, radio network Austereo has stood down 2Day FM shock-jock Kyle Sandilands for a second time this month.
It takes the average Sydneysider just 14 minutes to earn enough to buy a Big Mac, according to a survey of prices and earnings conducted by UBS, a Swiss bank.
A draft policy from Australia Post will force overweight posties off the streets in a bid to reduce delivery times.
The owner of Ballina landmark The Big Prawn is asking the local council for permission to demolish the 1989 tourist trap.
A massive fire has gutted Silver Top Taxis’ Rupert Street depot, causing $1 million damage.
An Australian mining executive is behind bars in China tonight after being accused of stealing state secrets.
A South Australian man and a Gold Coast couple have shared the $106 million first prize in this week’s OzLotto draw—the largest such prize in Australian history.
A JetStar flight with 190 people on board has landed safely in Guam after the crew extinguished a small fire on board.
The former CEO of Telstra, American-born Sol Trujillo, has hit out at Australia’s media for constantly referring to his family’s Mexican background.
Bunnings is appealing a New South Wales Government decision barring the hardware chain—and thousands of other retailers—from opening on Good Friday and Easter Sunday.