The plummeting Australian dollar may be causing woes for intrepid Australians travelling abroad, but for the domestic tourism industry it is good news.
The corporate watchdog has fined National Australia Bank for misleading customers over interest rates – the second time in as many months the bank has been caught out.
Brisbane's historic prison, Boggo Road Gaol, will undergo a $300 million redevelopment which the Queensland Government believes will give the 131-year-old "mothballed prison a new lease on life''.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has appeared to back a ban on the burqa being worn in Parliament House but at the same time said no-one has ever sought to enter the building "so attired".
A company controlled by the Prince of Brunei, whose family's property holdings have been the subject of boycotts from gay and lesbian groups, has snapped up a city office owned by Victoria University in a $23.6 million deal.
The NSW Government says it will remove 10 speed cameras from the state's roads after an audit found they were doing little to improve road safety.
Unions are campaigning against a proposal to abolish the requirement for employers to advertise jobs before filling them with overseas workers on 457 visas.
A new report shows continued decline in cash and cheque as methods of payment around the world but a massive surge in payments from mobile devices.
A teenager who died in a car crash after apparently swerving to miss a duck on a South Australian road has been remembered as a "beautiful, smiley" woman who would be deeply missed.
Experts say negative gearing is having a greater impact on Australia's rapidly rising house prices than Chinese investment.