Zinc production is set to increase in Australia with a multi-million investment to expand a refinery in north Queensland.
Australia is on the final leg of its economic recovery, but the US-China trade war, record household debt and property downturn could spell trouble, the International Monetary Fund warns.
Purposely underpaying workers is not considered theft. The Victorian Government wants to change that, but there are fears criminalising the issue may lead to more cover-ups.
A big pick-up in full-time work once again offsets a decline in part-time work, as the jobs market maintains its robust growth.
The RBA has a rosier forecast on GDP growth and unemployment, but future interest rate movements still very much depend on wages and household income.
As Queensland's population continues to swell, the State Government is throwing open the doors with a website designed to give the public troves of data to ensure growth is delivered to all the right places.
Workers and residents of a Hunter Valley disability services company are distraught over loss of their home, community and livelihood.
While the number of jobs created in September was less than expected, a drop in the number of people looking for work helps drive the unemployment rate down to a six-and-a-half-year low.
Once an Australian icon, it seems the romance for Holden might be over. Former Holden worker and car fanatic Cara Bertoli found out the hard way after purchasing one made in Germany.
The Reserve Bank maintains its upbeat view of the labour market, arguing that future jobs growth is likely to result in bigger falls in unemployment and better wages growth.