Prime Minister Tony Abbott will spend the weekend pondering a reshuffle to his frontbench after a month in which he has attempted to remove "barnacles" holding back his government.
The value of tax disputes, including court cases between taxpayers and the ATO, is down on last year.
Switzerland's central bank is starting to charge banks to hold deposits, moving to push down the Swiss franc amid turmoil in global currency markets and deflation concerns.
Santos has given itself more room on its funding capacity, taking out a new $1 billion loan facility with ANZ Bank.
On the ABC’s 7.30 this week, former Treasurer Peter Costello said major tax reform in Australia had become almost impossibly hard.
A surge in Chinese visitors has again helped Melbourne and Sydney airports to boost the total number of international passing through their terminals.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is one step closer to becoming an Australian citizen after securing permanent residency.
Must have been a dead-cat bounce: Crude oil resumed its losses overnight, dropping to the lowest level in more than five years on concern a supply glut will worsen.
Jacqui Lambie’s threat to vote down all government legislation unless the Defence Force is offered a better pay rise appears to have backfired with the firebrand Senator revealing the Prime Minister is now refusing to negotiate with her.
Cracks have emerged in the normally bipartisan area of national security policy after Bill Shorten warned an inquiry into the Martin Place siege would satisfy public concern only if it is transparent and open about mistakes made.