Clearance rates could surpass 2011 lows
Auction activity in the capital cities is winding down as expected for Christmas, but clearance rates could fall even further than lows last seen in 2011.
The ACCC wants Qantas-owned Jetstar to pay a $1.95 million penalty for misleading some customers over their right to a refund.
The Australian Stock Exchange is tipped to fall when trade resumes on Monday thanks to worry over the global economy and dour economic data from China.
Security forces in Paris have clashed with ‘yellow vest’ demonstrators near the Champs-Elysees boulevard in another weekend of protests.
CSR boss Rob Sindel will quit within 12 months after a period that has seen the company’s share price halve and its troubled glass business put up for sale.
With the royal commission in session and property prices down after years of supercharged growth, it’s fair to say bank shares were as safe as houses in 2018.
Foxtel has been fined $25,200 after its telemarketers failed to hang up customer calls immediately when asked to.
Fred Ohlsson, boss of ANZ’s Australian consumer bank, is leaving the firm after 17 years for a career break in his native Sweden.
The boss of gas pipeline company APA Group has announced his retirement less than a month after a $13 billion buyout was sunk by the Federal Government.
Dual-listed franchise operator Restaurant Brands NZ says sales at its Aussie KFC outlets have lifted to $33 million for the quarter.
The ACCC is worried that the merger of Vodafone Australia and TPG Telecom into a $15 billion telco giant could mean higher mobile prices for consumers.
Westpac chairman Lindsay Maxsted has conceded the bank will suffer a first strike in a shareholder protest against its remuneration report.
Virgin Australia has appointed former defence chief Sir Angus Houston to the airline’s board as a non executive director.
Commercial loans - including mortgages to investors - fell by 3.1 per cent in October, while owner-occupier lending went the other way, according to the ABS.
A VERDICT of not guilty to both attempted murder and murder was handed down to the Deniliquin woman who murdered her son in the Murray River last year.
Due to heavy rainfall and resulting flood waters, roads across the region are closed with motorists and residents urged to take care in this treacherous weather. More than 50 mm has fell in the last 24 hours with more rain forecasted. Motorists...
EMERGENCY services are responding to a boat fire on the Murray River near Torrumbarry. It is believed the boat had not been in the water long before it exploded. No-one was seriously injured but one person is being treated for minor burns, It is not...