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A Malaysia Airlines flight from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur has been diverted to Alice Springs after it suffered "technical issues" in the air on Thursday afternoon.
Turns out pursuing profit above all else is simply bad business.
Award-winning Australian filmmaker Robert Connolly, known for his work on The Slap, has been the latest to struggle with connecting to the NBN.
The number of Australians wanting to travel to the US has declined in the last year since Donald Trump was elected US President, reversing the popularity of the US as a vacation destination.
Bank leaders must maintain a close eye on corporate culture for the suite of policy changes in banking to make a lasting difference.
The waterside union is facing a massive court claim in the wake of a firey industrial stoush at the Port of Melbourne.
Whitehaven has seen a share price drop of more than five per cent today as it announced lowered guidance ahead.
Australian shares have slumped for a third session, as investors contrasted a raft of company updates with sharp gains on Wall Street.
The United Nation's children's fund has weighed into the escalating debate about the saturation of sports-betting advertising in Australia.
Mark 2017 down as the year of the working women's surge: Females accounted for the majority of the sharp 403,000 rise in employment, entering more full-time jobs than males.
A five-year-old boy had his finger amputated after it was trapped in a trampoline, a 10-year-old girl hurt her back on a rail while playing a jumping game called "crack the egg", and a three-year-old boy fell to the ground and fractured his leg.
The first shipment of LNG from Woodside’s Wheatstone project and record production at Pluto was not enough to lift production levels for 2017.
A former CBA financial planner has been banned after ASIC alleged she cut customer signatures from documents kept on file and pasted them onto new documents.
Myer has appointed Nigel Chadwick as chief financial officer as part of a broader management restructuring in the face of stiff challenge from online retailers.
The results of President Donald Trump's first presidential physical are in. And his doctor says they're conclusive: Trump is a "very sharp" and "articulate" guy.
Employment has risen every month in a calendar year for the first time four decades - and possibly the first time in history - after another 25,000 people ignored the summer slowdown and found jobs in December.
Positive copper production and flat iron ore results have helped BHP hold on to its full-year production targets despite poor coal and petroleum output.
You know you're in Maotai when you smell it.
Will the cryptocurrency go down as one of history's most infamous bubbles, alongside tulipmania and the dot-com craze?
The ASX posted mild gains on Thursday after the Dow closed over 26,000 for the first time, ahead of key jobs data due out later in the session.