Soccer star Harry Kewell made personal payments into the bank account of Fiat Chrysler boss Clyde Campbell after signing a $1 million a year deal to become a brand ambassador for Jeep, according to documents filed with the Federal Court.
Marissa Calligeros Jetstar has been forced to cancel flights in and out of Bali after a volcanic eruption.
Sarah Whyte, Milingimbi, Northern Territory Building a coffin may seem like a grim task, but for Indigenous residents of a remote island 440 kilometres east of Darwin, it offers the chance of meaningful work and helping their community.
Pallavi Singhal The TAFE campus in Crows Nest will be replaced by a new high school for year 11 and 12 students, with TAFE programs to be moved to St Leonards, Ryde and Northern Beaches campuses.
John Thistleton Bungendore butcher makes choice cuts as prices put heat on processors.
Jane Lee Instead of asking how long it will take for gay marriage to become legal, perhaps it is better to ask: what are the chances the Prime Minister will change his mind to allow a free vote on the bill?
Lisa Cox The risk that other countries will copy Australia's hardline asylum seeker policies is low, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has told an international gathering in Geneva.
James Massola and Judith Ireland Tony Abbott's sister, Christine Forster, has directly challenged the Prime Minister to allow his MPs a free vote on a cross-party same-sex marriage bill, as Liberal Party divisions erupt and the government's leader in the Senate, Eric Abetz, warns ministers who wanted to vote for the legislation to quit the frontbench.
Clay Lucas Grocon and Planning Minister Richard Wynne are nearing agreement on a controversial apartment tower plan at 85 Spring Street - but Melbourne City Council has opposed the project at the last minute.
Matthew Knott In an industry dominated by attention seekers, this man exerts his influence off camera, in the shadows