Suddenly the retirement outcomes from anyone under the age of about 50 look a lot bleaker based on the government’s extension of its freeze on the superannuation guarantee at the current level of 9.5 per cent.
An exhibition about Australia's longest-serving prime minister, and curated by former leader John Howard, is being staged to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Menzies' first prime ministership.
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse that was initiated by former prime minister Julia Gillard has been extended for another two years by the Coalition.
Hotel operators and owners were given a shot in the arm with news that room rates have increased as travellers shun overseas travel due to the lower value of the Australian dollar.
Cadigal's leasing team won the award for best office deals at this year's DEXUS Excellence in Agency Awards
Should Western democracies intervene in Iraq to stop the creation of a violent Islamist caliphate and should the Australian Parliament, rather than the government, decide if we are to become involved militarily?
The prospect of Australian participation in a war against Islamic State fighters in Iraq is edging closer with both Tony Abbott and Bill Shorten in lockstep yesterday branding the militants respectively "a death cult" and "an enemy of humanity".
Russia says it will consider launching a trade retaliation after Australia slapped fresh sanctions on the Kremlin for its latest incursions into eastern Ukraine.
More than three months after Tony Abbott said asylum seekers would begin to be resettled in Papua New Guinea, the PNG government is still to decide on a resettlement policy.
When businessman Graham Tuckwell and his wife Louise decided they wanted to donate $50 million to his alma mater, Australian National University, he was so uncertain how to go about it that he found himself googling the phrase "philanthropy and Australia".