Dozens of officers from the Australian Federal Police (AFP) are searching a property in the south-western NSW town of Young.
Mark Kenny National Affairs Editor There is no arguing with the proposition that Malcolm Turnbull has the tougher task on the Fair Work Commission's ruling to cut Sunday penalty rates.
Anna Patty Lucy Vance is among University of Wollongong students being repaid by restaurants and cafes after they were each short-changed hundreds of dollars in wages.
Eamonn Tiernan ACT utility Jordan Smiler has reminded pundits the Brumbies are in the business of winning, not losing.
Colin Kruger Another dismal result, another low for the stock ... the Spotless chief has his work cut out.
Brian Robins Declining output from existing oilfields will more than offset low demand growth resulting in the present oversupply to evaporate over the year ahead, BHP Billiton has forecast.
Shares in WorleyParsons surged to a two-year high after a Dubai-based consulting group emerged with a 13.35 per cent holding and confirmed it had made an indicative bid for the engineering contractor last year but was knocked back.
Michael Lynch Football Federation Australia (FFA) will this week begin working with A-League and W-League clubs to develop a new ownership and operating model for both leagues but have put expansion on the backburner for at least two more years.
Brian Robins The surge in the price of gas is threatening a rising number of jobs in the manufacturing sector
Nicole Lindsay Legal eagle families, the Galballys and the O'Bryans, have put their prominent William Street office on the market after nearly 50 years.