The number of vehicles in Australia affected by shrapnel-shooting Takata airbags has risen to 4 million, as the ACCC calls for car-owners to take immediate action.
The Chinese-Australian property billionaire has made huge strides in the past 12 months, as Frank Lowy drops down to fifth ahead of Unibail-Rodamco's takeover of Westfield.
To most kids in Melbourne, AFL stars are already their superheroes, but this will have added meaning when Etihad Stadium is re-branded in September.
The man who led the investigation into the systematic protection of child abuse in the Catholic church in Boston in the early 2000s, says a prison sentence for archbishop Philip Wilson would send an important message.
The Titomic Kinetic Fusion printer has the capacity to change the way products are manufactured in the fields of aviation and space, according to the Melbourne-based company.
Executives of Asia-Pacific companies prefer to hold their meetings at Sydney hotels, Cvent's top 10 list has revealed.
Her work ‘Self-portrait after George Lambert’ made her just the tenth woman to win Australia’s most prestigious prize for portraiture.
The government aims to save A$2 billion by tightening its R&D Tax Incentive scheme.
The decision of the High Court to rule Katy Gallagher ineligible has led to the resignation of three MPs, as Labor feels the full brunt of the citizenship scandal.
The Turnbull government has set aside $50 million in the federal budget to go towards the prosecution of those responsible for the downing of MH17.
Internationally recognised photographer Spencer Tunick, whose niche is large naked crowds, has turned his attention to Melbourne after last snapping Australians in all their glory on the steps of the Sydney Opera House in 2010.
It has been described as the biggest scandal in the history of Australian horse racing, with well-known industry figures found guilty of doping-related offences.
Three board members face being ousted at Thursday's annual general meeting, and Murray has implored investors to not let emotion dictate their decision-making.
It’s been an eventful time at the NBL lately, with the Australian league welcoming home Andrew Bogut, its most high-profile signing to date, and presiding over record crowd numbers.
Former Test opener Justin Langer believes he can restore the Australian cricket team's battered reputation in the wake of the Test side's ball tampering in South Africa.
Australia's most senior Catholic, and the third ranked figure in the Vatican behind Pope Francis, has been committed to stand trial on historical sexual offence charges.
In a packed press conference this morning, Andrew Bogut — the former NBA #1 draft pick — confirmed he had signed a two-year deal in the Australian domestic competition.
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull has told the Konrad Adenauer Foundation gathering in Berlin that the key to gaining support for multiculturalism is having control of your borders.
If you stick to low-carb beer in an effort to avoid the beer belly, we've got some deflating news.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) was charging dead customers for financial advice, the banking royal commission heard yesterday.
Gidget Foundation Australia launches its national ‘Start Talking’ program in Sydney to support parents experiencing perinatal depression and anxiety (PNDA).
Western Australia's Margaret River Pro has been shut down after two separate shark attacks on Monday.
Lieutenant General Angus Campbell will become the top military man in the country at a time when Australia needs a strong and experienced leader.
There's nothing left to prove for the champion mare, but a win tomorrow will see her equal Black Caviar's record of 25-straight victories.
Foxtel and Seven West Media have reportedly won the partnership rights to broadcast the cricket, which will result in a swag of blockbuster Big Bash matches being shown exclusively on pay-TV.
Digital currency exchanges now have to comply with Australia's financial intelligence agency, as the government cracks down on money laundering and terrorism financing through cryptocurrency.
China is reportedly in talks with Vanuatu about establishing a South Pacific military base, in a strategic move that would significantly alter the balance of power in the region.
The actor made a surprise appearance on an eventful night at Sotheby’s Australia’s Sydney auction.
Michael Fox, the father that brought Sydney to a standstill in 2011, says if today's climber was attempting to raise awareness to a "problem that negatively impacts decent Australians" then he applauds him.
The public will soon have an app with an emergency button that will enable their videos and photos of public incidents to be turned into real-time intelligence for first responders.
Australia's summer of tennis is heading to Channel 9, with the network outbidding long-time broadcaster Seven in a whopping $300 million deal.
Brand partners are quickly distancing themselves from Cricket Australia, and players Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft, as the commercial toll of the ball-tampering scandal becomes clearer.
State governments cracked down on Lottoland betting on domestic lotteries last year, and now the federal government is looking to stop synthetic lotteries from even operating in the country.
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland says the investigation has cleared everyone but Smith, Warner and Bancroft of any involvement in the ball-tampering scandal, but a host of big-name former stars have rejected the outcome.
The Socceroos may be withdrawn from the FIFA World Cup in Russia if the British government pulls England from the tournament.
Australian journalist Tracey Spicer has launched NOW Australia with the help of likeminded celebrities – a crowd-funding campaign and not-for-profit organisation that aims to raise A$250,000 to assist victims of sexual harassment and assault.
The Roosters will lose CEO Joe Kelly for at least nine months, and Manly COO Neil Bare has also been suspended, as the NRL hands down its punishments for the Sea Eagles' salary cap rorting.
OPINION: Forget Bancroft, make an example of Smith, Warner, and the rest of the so-called leadership group
The cheating by the Australian cricket team has left a proud sporting nation shell-shocked. But Cameron Bancroft should not be the poster boy for this ball-tampering plot.
The troubled billionaire businessman has stepped down from the board in the wake of relationship breakdowns, ill-fated business decisions, and his implication in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption scandal.
The likes of Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes and leading entrepreneur Steve Baxter have been warning the Australian government about the tech skills shortage for years, and now at last it is taking steps to correct the situation.
GlobalGuard combines AI and blockchain technology to help businesses fend off cyber attacks.
An Australian company has integrated machine learning and artificial intelligence to develop technology that will put an end to supermarket checkout cheating.
News Corp and Telstra are inching closer to the public listing of the combined Foxtel entity, after the two parties indicated the merger will be finalised within the next four months.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian has promised to invest in rural infrastructure with the proceeds from the sale of the state's majority Snowy Hydro stake.
The federal government says manufacturers have been too slow to replace the defective Takata airbags, so it has issued a compulsory recall to get them off Australian roads.
Revellers in Oxford Street on Saturday night for Mardi Gras will be free to roam between venues in the wee hours, thanks to the government's goodwill gift to the LGBTIQ community.
From journalist in Wagga Wagga to the high office of Deputy PM — how Michael McCormack rose through the ranks.
With new allegations of sexual harassment being levelled against him, the deputy PM said enough is enough.
Pressure is ramping up on the Turnbull government to stem Australia's 'unprecedented' migration levels, with Tony Abbott jumping on Peter Dutton's comments that the national interest needs to be put first.
An inquiry has begun to ascertain what personal information the tech giants are gathering on their Australian consumers.
Like hundreds of other westerners, Jamie Williams joined the Kurdish YPG militia in Syria because he took the IS threat personally. Now, back in Australia, he faces the prospect of having to clear his name for a second time.
Labor questions the Deputy Prime Minister's fitness after today's announcement that he'll be taking leave instead of leading the country in Turnbull's absence.
Unbeknown to Matt Berriman, he was battling bipolar disorder while leading his tech start-up to dizzying heights. Now he's made the brave decision to open up about the mental illness as he relieves himself of the day-to-day responsibilities as CEO.
Myer needs an urgent turnaround and Richard Umbers isn't the man for the job, according to the retail group.
Barnaby Joyce and Malcolm Turnbull's defence that Vikki Campion wasn't technically the deputy PM's partner when she was gifted plum jobs has been slammed as a cop out.
Beijing behemoth JD.com will open an Australian base this month in response to the ever-increasing international demand for top-quality Australian and New Zealand products.
Tourism Australia's prank movie teasers were so good, its American viewers are demanding the film gets made.
Robert Doyle has been admitted to hospital for stress-related "serious ill health" and quit his post, after being the victim of unfair treatment, says wife.
Telstra saw itself owning the 'next Youtube' but its huge investment in a Silicon Valley start-up came to nought.
The former Prime Minister says the public broadcaster's suggestion that he knew about safety risks prior to the roll-out of the home insulation scheme is rubbish, as he prepares for legal action.
On the eve of the Foxtel-Fox Sports merger, Peter Tonagh feels 'the time is right' to move on, paving the way for Patrick Delany's succession.
The CBA has promoted from within, selecting a young, rising executive to take over from Ian Narev and rebuild customers' trust in the under fire bank.
The chaos for commuters will begin tomorrow with 1300 services being cut, and culminate with a 24-hour shut down on Monday.
Over the Christmas break Antony Catalano realised he was spending too much time apart from his young family, so he made the tough decision to resign as head of the recently listed property company.
Two patients are being assessed for potential spinal injuries after a train ploughed into a barricade at Richmond Station this morning.
Alan Joyce insists corporate rate slashing to 25% would allow Australian companies to compete internationally and boost the domestic economy.
Passengers feared for their lives when told to brace for impact after hearing "a loud disturbing noise" off the coast of Western Australia.
Union secretary Alex Claassens says its members have been left with no choice but to strike.
The Fed Express has tried to shrug off red hot favouritism for the Australian Open, but individual sport's greatest ever prize-money earner has his work cut out doing so.
Two Sydney musos are taking Sheeran to court, accusing the pop-star of plagiarising their chart-topping song almost "note-for-note".
In the wake of this week's crippling commuter chaos it has been revealed that Sydney Trains' bosses are earning more than the PM thanks to extraordinary salary increases.
Detectives have begun investigating the former Neighbours star over shocking allegations of sexual assault during The Rocky Horror Picture Show Tour in 2014.
Soft drink consumption has to be cut and a tax is the only one way, says the AMA.
With the collection of biometric data becoming a business norm, security experts stress a line needs to be drawn.
With the government set to permit the export of medicinal cannabis products, a number of companies are licking their lips.
The government proposal would see Australians pay at least $1.50 a standard drink... that means $45 for the humble four-litre wine cask.
The manufacturer of the Colt M4 Carbine describes it as the "weapon of the 21st century warfighter", and now it will be carried by NSW officers.
After signalling its intention to fight more than 100 AUSTRAC allegations, CBA is expected to be hit by fresh charges relating to the facilitation of banking by criminal syndicates and terrorists.
Sir Frank has agreed to sell Westfield Corp for almost A$33 billion, saying the time is right to step back from executive roles and focus on building the family's wealth through investment.
Senator Sam Dastyari has announced he will not return to federal politics in 2018, after his questionable links to China made his position untenable.
Highly-respected administrator Raelene Castle has been given the nod to lead the revival of rugby union in Australia.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton accuses Manus Island asylum seekers of lying about death threats and disseminating propaganda.
Despite pleading guilty to child pornography charges, the former A Current Affair reporter has been given a three year good behaviour bond.
Labor is under fire with senator Katy Gallagher and four lower house MPs now caught up in the citizenship saga.
How would you like to see if your bum really does look fat in those jeans? Or maybe you just want to ask your own personal virtual stylist for tips? The future of online retail is here.
One of Australia's best loved executives has sadly passed away after an inspirational fight with the "worst brain cancer you can get".
Unions seek legal counsel as Joyce ineligibility casts doubt over decision not to reverse penalty rate cuts.
Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce is one of five MPs to be disqualified from Parliament, as High Court hands down its verdict.
Tony Mestrov will take up one of the toughest administration jobs in the country, after being named new CEO of Greyhound NSW.
Calls for Michaelia Cash to quit after her office tipped off media about raids.
Young medics show support controlled euthanasia in direct opposition to their seniors.
The Opposition Leader slammed yesterday's raids as nothing but a taxpayer funded political stunt.
Executives in the legal sector are in finer physical nick than those in other industries.
The High Court's eagerly awaited verdict is set down for Friday afternoon.
Despite still being tied up in a Federal Court challenge, the competition watchdog has ruled out mobile roaming.
The use of copper and cable instead of fibre in NBN connections is causing rising tensions across Australia.
From Sydney to Shepparton councils have thrown their support behind a high-speed rail network and pop-up cities.
With rugby union's popularity sinking, the next CEO of the governing body will be asked to pull it from the quicksand.