NBN Co will begin a customer pilot on the cable television infrastructure it acquired from Telstra and Optus, as part of the new multi-technology National Broadband Network, in the final quarter of next year.
Environment officials raised concerns about planned expansion of Rio Tinto’s Warkworth coalmine.
The Baird government will immediately end its policy of allowing recreational fishing from the shore in most of the state’s marine protected areas.
Two engineering firms have been fined a combined $450,000 over the death of a worker who plunged 40 metres when a large rig he was harnessed to collapsed at a Southbank building site.
The Russian economy must adapt to the reality of oil prices that could fall as low as $US40 a barrel, President Vladimir Putin said as he faces the worst financial crisis since coming to power in 2000.
Woolworths has told some suppliers it could decide to pull their products from shelves just days before Christmas if they refuse to cut prices and fund the supermarket giant's new Cheap Cheap advertising campaign.
Former prime minister Julia Gillard's ex-boyfriend Bruce Wilson could face charges under recommendations of the Royal Commission into union corruption.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is one step closer to becoming an Australian citizen after securing permanent residency.
There’s a clear winner for 2014, Credit Suisse says, as both sides of the investment world gear up for a new year of trying to outperform the market.
Ferrovial $1 billion offer for Transfield Services does not reflect a fair long-term valuation for the contractor, which runs Sydney's ferries, according to its biggest shareholder.
TWO people were arrested over the weekend for alcohol-related offences.