Norm Baker trusted his colleagues to get it right; he was wrong.
Fetch TV chief executive Scott Lorson has warned of a bloodbath in the nascent digital video-streaming sector where few winners will prevail, as some of Australia's largest media companies prepare to invest tens of millions in uncharted territory.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says he is “absolutely confident” the Federal Liberal Party will not be dragged into the donations scandal engulfing the NSW Liberal Party, despite federal speaker Bronwyn Bishop being contacted by the Independent Commission Against Corruption on the weekend.
While much of Sydney was celebrating father's day breakfast, Balmain Town Hall was filled on Sunday morning with people who had their sense of place and certainty shattered.
Incitec Pivot chief executive James Fazzino has slammed the nation's lack of an energy policy as "a train wreck" and says companies are shunning local growth projects because Australia is not an attractive place to invest.
Foxtel chief executive Richard Freudenstein has admitted the pay television company's growth in cable and satellite would have been slower had it not made last week's decision to slash its prices and offer more content.
The inner Sydney suburb of Rozelle may never fully recover from an explosion and fire that killed three people last week, community leaders say, as the economic cost of the tragedy also rises.
In Phnom Penh, an Australian teacher is accused of luring beggar children as young as five from the city's riverfront to his rented apartment, where they have told police they were sexually abused.
Indonesia AirAsia X has been granted an operating licence in a move that sets the stage for an even bigger battle among airlines on flights between the east coast of Australia and Bali.
A man who lost his wife and one year-old son in the Rozelle convenience store explosion has spoken for the first time of his devastation at the loss of his "beloved wife and perfect baby".