The unemployment rate in Western Australia has reached its highest since 2002 and, despite a new promise of 150,000 more jobs, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry warns there will be short-term pain before any long-term employment gains.
An alarming number of natural disaster victims turn to high-cost, short-finance — or pay day loans — to avoid going broke, financial counsellors say.
Australian writer Tony McNamara says any concern about his use of c-bombs and racy language in The Favourite's script was worth the risk, because period films "can be too polite". Warning: this article discusses explicit language.
How many subscriptions do you have? If you look at your bank statement, it might be more than you think. We're signed up for everything from toothbrushes to TV — and it's worth billions to businesses.
Injalak Arts — which had previously run at a profit selling screen-printed cloth, weavings and paintings — is facing a financial crisis, primarily because of cost over-runs on two major projects that it was trying to develop at the same time.
At 130 metres tall, the transmission tower perched atop kunanyi/Mount Wellington watches over the Hobart CBD from the mountain's summit. Over the years, the state's tallest structure has been a source of both fascination and anger.
It's an unlikely place to look, but lessons from the world of financial investing provide us with some clues as to how we can protect ourselves from the ravages of relationship breakdown, writes Andrew Robertson.
Fears of AI wiping out future work are well founded, but as the current workforce grows up alongside an ageing population, future generations will have many job opportunities if they acquire the right skills, writes Lisa Denny.