NSW government optimism about how much it can raise from the sale of electricity industry assets has been dealt a blow after the regulator forced through steep cuts to electricity bills.
Concerns over shredded receipts, support from two of Australia's biggest companies and an unexplained $17,000 bonus for the boss – welcome to Gerard Henderson's Sydney Institute.
Money managers are changing their trading tack in 2015 on bets that global growth will improve and so too will prices in struggling commodities like oil and iron ore.
Former federal education minister John Dawkins has resigned as chairman of troubled education business Vocation in the wake of a massive share price plunge over the past few weeks. He has been replaced by fellow director Doug Halley.
Thousands of people in the US who lost their homes to foreclosure are now eligible to buy back those properties at current market value if their loans were backed by the mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition parties agreed to a draft law that would force Germany's leading listed companies to allocate 30 per cent of the seats on non-executive boards to women from 2016 onward.
The $A had a wild night, while miners could be pressured by another iron ore price retreat.
A celebration night for Sarah Bryant and her team was held at The Boathouse in Launceston on Friday ...
Christmas came to Launceston on Friday night, with the Lighting of the Tree celebration.
Sheena French celebrated her birthday with a fancy dress party at Hotel Launceston on Saturday night.
A LAUNCESTON detective has given evidence that a prisoner told him a fellow inmate had asked him about ...
A teenager has allegedly wounded a 46-year-old man in Burnie last night.