US companies have reported stronger-than-expected quarterly results, driving Wall Street's benchmark and tech-heavy indices to fresh records.
Lenders are slashing fixed home loan interest rates in anticipation of Reserve Bank rate cuts later this year, but fewer customers are taking up the offers.
While diamonds may be forever, the Argyle mine — set to close next year — is not. But this latest discovery shows there are still a few treasures buried beneath.
The Trump Administration issues a demand that all buyers of Iranian oil stop their purchases by May 1 or face sanctions, while Wall Street closes mostly higher in cautious trading session.
Surfers take to the water at King Island in a protest to tell salmon farmers that "they don't have any social licence to come and invade our waters".
Two deadly crashes involving its latest 737 MAX jet are prompting some to consider how the darling of American aviation will survive this fatal blow and why it happened in the first place.
The Reject Shop and KFC sign onto an experiment to reduce harassment and assaults against retail workers as new survey reveals abuse from customers is rampant and rising.
It might seem like talk of light rail in the nation's capital has been going on forever — but in a matter of hours the ACT's largest ever infrastructure project will go live. It's the result of several years of false starts, changed routes, and squabbling over how to pay for it.