Tasmania is a big net beneficiary of the Renewable Energy Target given the dominance of hydro and wind power in the state, according to a report by The Australia Institute.
Australia has but two mythical heroes; Victoria Cross winners and opening batsmen.
Australia's elected Indigenous leaders have called on Prime Minister Tony Abbott to intervene to save remote indigenous communities from closure.
Prefer traditional share tables? Here are PDF files for Australian mining and industrial stocks at close business on Friday 28 November 2014.
Senior Ministers have privately blamed Tony Abbott's own office for creating the crisis which raised tensions between the Prime Minister and the Treasurer.
Coca-Cola lost a four year legal battle against PepsiCo over the use of its iconic waisted bottle.
Blind drunk at schoolies celebrations in Bali surely ranks among the worst times to get a tattoo.
Spending on sales training has soared by 24 per cent over the past two years and the CRM market is up 17 per cent – but Australian sales reps’ performance is still falling.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission says it is unable to stop banned financial adviser Peter Holt from returning to work once his three-year ban expires.
Retirement products firm Challenger has been punished by the sharemarket after flagging a $10 million earnings downgrade.
For two days, the young cricketer lay in hospital as the nation prayed and waited.
The best images from The Examiner's photographers for the week ending November 28.
Winding the clock back to revist this week, 10 years ago, courtesy of The Examiner's photo archives. Throwback ...
Christmas came to Launceston on Friday night, with the Lighting of the Tree celebration.
Police are investigating the alleged assault of a woman at East Devonport earlier today.
Police are investigating the use of counterfeit $50 notes in the Devonport area.