As the 2014 Sculpture by the Sea exhibition celebrates its 1000th artist, one exhibiting artist is hoping to set a record of his own.
Police are negotiating with a suspected shooter at a property at Wedderburn, 75km north west of Bendigo.
It was television news that changed the world, forced wealthy Western audiences in their living rooms to confront pitiful, starving African children and drove Irish rocker Bob Geldof on a quest to end poverty.
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Origin Energy chief executive Grant King has flagged expectations for "significant growth in earnings" in the 2015-16 year and beyond, but has pointed to a lower contribution this year from oil and gas production.
Telstra is aiming to make its relaunched eHealth division one of the company's top revenue generators within five years.
The head of the corporate regulator has backed away from comments he made that described Australia as a 'paradise' for white-collar criminals.
Australia’s financial regulator has completed a “comprehensive” stress test of the biggest banks and believes lending standards are being stretched because major banks are competing aggressively on home loans.
The new mining company that BHP Billiton plans to spin-out could get off to a flying start if production data published on Wednesday is any guide.
Kevin Rudd says the death of Gough Whitlam has left a "gap in his heart" as he paid tribute to the Labor legend as a "moderniser" and "democrastiser" who took on the faceless men "head on" to reform the ALP. Mr Rudd said he stood by his 2012 declaration that Mr Whitlam's 1975 dismissal was an "utterly" unconstitutional manoeuvre and that there was a "perfectly constitutional means by which to resolve that crisis".