The trial of a Sydney man charged with importing 400 kilograms of cocaine on a yacht in 2010 has been aborted after Australian Federal Police denied on oath the existence of certain video footage – only for it to be found on their own web site.
Analysis of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia's annual report for 2014 is reveals an accounting body that needs to put more effort into walking the walk, rather than talking the talk, for its members.
I’ve never understood people who try to prove they are super human by claiming they can get by on two to three hours' sleep a night.
"I know I'm probably shouting at you," Quentin Bryce says, almost apologetically. "I feel so strongly about it. And so determined."
Mild-mannered prisons boss Peter Severin likes his chilli hot. He discusses crime, punishment and Ray Hadley – the shock-jock who reckons he’s a dill.
The future of Waverley Cemetery is shaky. The site is vulnerable; it is situated on geological dyke filled with building waste between two walls of rock, the sand has drainage issues and the base is inundated by waves.
Every Christmas Kerry Koliadis likes to deck the halls of his Bexley home with gifts for his wife, his children and his grandchildren.
The NSW government will set aside $1.5 billion already in its Restart NSW infrastructure fund to help "kick start" the $20 billion worth of projects it is promising to bankroll from the partial sale of electricity assets.
Laws that force wealthy owners of private businesses to divulge their business income and how much tax they paid will do nothing to bring in revenue, but instead are seen as a gross invasion of privacy.
Parramatta will be the main beneficiary of expansion programs led by the government.