Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has all but ruled out a cut in income tax funded by an increase in the GST and has instead challenged state governments to impose land taxes in order to cut stamp duties.
Esther Han Woolworths has been hit with a $3 million penalty for selling faulty home-brand goods that injured consumers and for failing to meet recall requirements.
Heath Aston, political correspondent Another member of Tony Abbott's inner sanctum is set to deliver a speech on Australia's national security position to a Washington think tank.
Noel Towell Haven't had a pay rise since 2013? Your boss just got 60 grand.
Melinda Taylor In September 2014, Julian Assange filed a complaint against Sweden and Britain before the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD).
Peter Martin Of all the questionable claims in the tax debate, the biggest it's that it's been a debate.
Mark Kenny Australia's once all powerful trade unions are considering a raft of radical changes to their business model to attract new members as their industrial might wanes and with it their political clout.
Peter Hannam Leading scientists will use a national conference to appeal to the Turnbull government to intervene to reverse plans by the CSIRO to eliminate most of its climate roles amid claims the Prime Minister was "blindsided" by the move.
Nicole Hasham Video footage of an alleged near-miss involving three planes at Melbourne Airport last year has emerged.
More than 3500 swimmers took part in the prestigious Cole Classic ocean swim at Manly on Sunday, raising more than $125,000 for charity.
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