Human biology and luck helped a baby survive without food or water for six days after being dumped, a paediatrician says.
Small business taxpayers have been intimidated, made bankrupt and some suffered mental breakdowns and contemplated suicide after drawn-out disputes with the Tax Office, according to evidence given to a parliamentary inquiry.
Army chief David Morrison has warned that the Anzac legend should not be restricted to white males because it compounds the idea that Australia is a "man's country".
Only a fool would get in the way of a thundering herd, and with demand for Medibank Private running well ahead of supply, it is inevitable its shares will trade ahead of the price the shares were sold to professional investors when trading commences at midday.
Charter Hall Group has paid $171.4 million industrial portfolio leased to the leading Australasian poultry producer and processor, Inghams Enterprises, on behalf of its managed funds.
Gaming machine maker Aristocrat Leisure has posted a statutory full-year loss of $16.4 million compared to a $107.2 million profit a year ago due to a writedown in the value of its Japan Pachislot business and the sale of Aristocrat Lotteries.
Australians in remote areas are twice as likely to smoke daily, engage in risky drinking and use methamphetamines than those in cities, released today.
Telstra is bracing for a customer backlash and advising consumers not to leave "aggressive" messages after the telco announced it would close the BigPond Music online service.
As her friends jet off to tropical islands for schoolies, Gabrielle Saunders will be doing sit-ups and swim tests.