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Inner Sydney has a "significant surplus" of housing.
More than five years have passed since the former pharmacy czar and horse racing identity, Rohan Aujard, filed for bankruptcy. But his financial penury is not about to end any time soon.
New technology will provide free power to King Island as it aims to prove low-cost energy generation claims.
It's a process that's gone on for so long few people have noticed it: the waning influence of the once-mighty federal Treasury.
The Reserve Bank is warning banks they risk facing further regulation if they fail to address retailers' concerns over the mounting cost to merchants from tap-and-go payments made on debit cards.
Hyman Minsky wasn't thinking about the Australian housing market when he coined his famous theory, but he may as well have been.
The InterContinental Group has expanded its footprint into regional Australia with the a $200 million Holiday Inn and Suites in Geelong, Victoria, in a property developed by the private Franzé Developments.
The U.S. economy is heading into 2018 with strong momentum that's likely to boost wages and inflation more broadly, requiring the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates four times next year, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. economists said in a research note.
The push for more female board directors must expand into a broader discussion about the diversity of the people with seats at the boardrooms of Australia's biggest listed companies.
A series of private messages from executives at Apple have shed light on the extent of the global tech giant's relationship with disgraced Australian wellness blogger Belle Gibson.
The Turnbull government's plan to keep the worn-out Liddell power station running for another five years would cost about $1.4 billion more than replacing it with clean energy, and spew millions of tonnes of damaging carbon pollution, a new analysis shows.
Once China's richest man, Wang Jianlin, is reportedly selling out of Australia. His company Dalian Wanda, one of China's biggest property developers, is reported to have put its yet-to-be-completed luxury Circular Quay apartment project on the market.
About 1.8 million Australians with rooftop solar could lower their bills and take control of their electricity supply by storing their own energy, but many fear a repeat of the failed home insulation scheme, a report has found.
It has been 261 trading days since we've had a 3 per cent or more pullback in the markets, the longest such streak in history, according to Tematica Research.
NSW Business Chamber calls for an overhaul of the education system amid employer concerns that students are not being prepared well enough to tackle the modern workplace.
The NSW government allegedly owes Australian writers, photographers and illustrators millions for the hundreds of millions of copies of their work public servants have made without paying fair compensation, a lawsuit against the state government alleges.
Facebook isn't in the business of listing and selling cars. Yet. But it is already allowing consumers to test drive cars from their couch via its apps.
Westpac's business banking chief David Lindberg says calls for the government-backed bank to help smaller firms access credit are misplaced, arguing lending to small firms booming.
Providing a $1 billion loan to underwrite Adani's proposed mega coal mine would "unpick the progress" of the Paris climate agreement.
Frustrated Elanora residents say 'someone needs to take responsibility' over the collapsed retaining wall at a unit complex.