The idea that a radical national overhaul of curriculum, assessment and reporting is the primary way to stop Australia's declining student achievement feels a bit Groundhog Day, writes Glenn C Savage.
WhatsApp co-founder and chief executive officer Jan Koum is planning to leave the company "to do things I enjoy outside of technology", as reports say he has clashed with owners Facebook over security and encryption.
The banking regulator is forcing the Commonwealth Bank to set aside an extra $1 billion in reserves to cover the potential fallout from past bad behaviour.
ANZ says it is transforming itself into a simpler, better-balanced and better-capitalised bank as it continues to retreat from Asia.
Lawyers for Helicopter Resources secure a temporary injunction to prevent the company's employees from being questioned over a pilot's death in Antarctica, despite a letter from David Wood's family asking for no more delays.
The market reacts negatively to fears that Iran's oil supply may get disrupted after Benjamin Netanyahu's nuclear accusations, leading to higher costs of doing business.
Adelaide drivers will be able to travel non-stop between Gawler and the River Torrens after the SA and federal governments reach a funding agreement on a missing link to the north-south road corridor.
Days after his league-winning Sydney FC was knocked out, Graham Arnold suggests changing the A-League's finals system to allow the top two teams a potential second chance.
Anglicare Australia is concerned that holiday letting is creating "proxy resort towns" in regional Australia.
Politicians from across the divide say more pill testing trials at music festivals will save lives, after 128 people made use of the first trial at Canberra's Goovin the Moo festival on Sunday.