BC3 Thoroughbreds' Bill Vlahos is accused of mishandling more than $190 million.
Unlike in the United States and United Kingdom, Australia's national flag on Parliament House remained at full mast on Friday.
The Abbott government is holding firm in the face of dire warnings from Qantas that it faces a financial crisis which has already forced it to axe at least 1000 jobs and consider major asset sales.
South Korean corporations will be able to sue the Australian government under a new historic free trade agreement.
Edward Snowden's revelations about government survelliance have shocked the world. Here, Philip Dorling reveals how Telstra is using the latest technology to take your emails, texts and phone calls and hand them over the nation's spy agencies.
Qantas passengers are likely to avoid any major turbulence as a result of the airline axing 1000 jobs.
From Saturday, same-sex marriage will be legal in the Australian Capital Territory, even though a High Court decision due next week may nullify the law. Glenda Lloyd, of Canberra, explains her feelings as she prepares to marry her partner, Jennifer.
South Korean corporations may now be able to sue the Australian government if it does something they believe infringes on their rights.
Time is up for Qantas. The government can't fix the commercial disaster the national carrier faces.
Telstra has installed surveillance systems to ''vacuum'' the telephone calls, texts, social media and internet metadata of millions of Australians so information can be given to the nation's intelligence and law enforcement agencies.
WORLD: People around the world have paid tribute to Nelson Mandela, who has died, aged 95.