Timbercorp’s liquidators have applied to the court to remove Sydney insolvency specialist Andrew Wily as bankruptcy trustee of banned financial adviser Peter Holt. It is the latest twist in the already-complex saga of Timbercorp, post-collapse.
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The first contingent of Australian health workers will depart for West Africa on Friday to prepare to tackle Ebola in an Australian government-funded treatment centre.
Household water consumption remains among the highest in the country even though total water consumption per capita was the lowest of all states.
The NSW government has issued tenders for the construction of six ferries.
"We do not accept that the old ways of delivering aid should remain": Foreign Minister sends message to bureaucracy.
Immigration minister Scott Morrison is under mounting pressure from crossbench senators to compromise if legislation to restore temporary protection visas is to pass into law next week.
Differences within federal Cabinet over budget policy versus political strategy have raised speculation of tensions between Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Treasurer Joe Hockey.
Australian cricketers are continuing to rally around injured batsman Phillip Hughes, who remains in an induced coma in St Vincent's Hospital after being struck on the head by a cricket ball.
A STREET in Nowra was closed down for more than an hour and Fire and Rescue NSW personnel ...