A federal review has rejected “ungracious” objections to Aboriginal claims over NT river regions.

Wesfarmers wants to use money from the spin-off of Coles, the sale of its coal assets and Kmart Tyre and Auto, to buy rare earths miner Lynas.

Adani says it is ready to dig the Carmichael mine right now.

A Melbourne engineer has launched an appeal in a case claiming his colleague repeatedly farted on him, leading to psychiatric distress.

Doctors are pushing for the creation of Australia's first domestic violence trauma recovery centre.

National Australia Bank will no longer pay commissions to people who refer new loans.

A new report says major power companies have used the closure of Hazelwood to gouge customers.

A national survey has found health insurance costs are at the top of the list of household worries.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten are meeting with tech executives this week.

A new project will see solar and wind farms providing their own short-term generation forecasts.

The AFP has raided the offices of an online foreign currency broker accused of harassing and pressuring clients into losing thousands.

Google has been fined 1.49 billion euros ($2.38 billion) for disadvantaging rivals on its search platform.

An investors’ report says Labor’s housing plans will lead to lower property prices and higher rents.

The WA Government has rejected guidelines from its own EPA requiring major LNG projects to be carbon neutral.

A new scheme should give people more access over their personal data, but many are wary about the Government’s big digital ideas.

A public servant sacked for tweeting her views faces the High Court this week.

Westpac is ditching its loss-making financial advice business and will cut around 900 full-time jobs in the process.

Federal, state and local governments have come together to sign a $551 million Adelaide City Deal.

An old Toyota car plant in Victoria is being turned into a renewable energy hub to produce hydrogen fuels.

Scientists say the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) could be downplaying global threats.

A disused mine in far north Queensland is leaching toxic water into waterways.

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