More than 55,000 students will receive their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) from 9am, determining whether or not they make the cut for university.
The head of the Australian Tax Office, Chris Jordan, has described a tax lurk for multinational companies that is being retained by the Abbott Government as having been "abused" by foreign corporations at a cost of "hundreds of millions of dollars" a year to the Commonwealth.
Local shares are poised to open higher after the Federal Reserve eased concerns about the outlook for US interest rates.
Snipers who had their guns trained on gunman Man Haron Monis throughout the Sydney siege were reluctant to take the shot because he was wearing a backpack which he claimed was filled with explosives, according to a report.
Apple halted online sales of its iPhones, iPads and other products in Russia after this week’s “extreme” ruble fluctuations.
John O'Brien, one of the first hostages to escape, opens up about the stresses of being held captive inside the Lindt cafe.
In the early hours of Tuesday morning, Sydney siege gunman Man Haron Monis was wide awake and agitated, the father of one hostage says.
ABC journalists were in tears on Wednesday afternoon after being told their positions would become redundant.
The light rail line from Circular Quay to Sydney's eastern suburbs is likely to open for services in early 2019, after the $2.1 billion contract for the project was signed on Wednesday night.
The apparent decision by the AFL to postpone the auction of its television sporting rights until Network Ten's future is clearer is understandable – the football organisation wants as many bidders in the room as possible.