Drilling services provider Boart Longyear has become the latest mining contractor to deliver a grim profit update, warning the slowdown in the resources sector has led to a significant drop in demand.
The number of Australians directly owning shares fell to the lowest level in more than a decade as the global finance crisis has sapped investor confidence and crimped returns.
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Embattled coal tycoon Nathan Tinkler has put his $5.2 million Queensland mansion up for sale.
This is what happened when ten top start-ups competed to take their pitch to cashed-up Asian investors.
A door-to-door salesman spruiking AGL's electricity and gas services in Melbourne in late 2011 has cost the energy giant $1.55 million in penalties for lying to consumers.
Australia extends its lead over Italy as Britain's favourite imported wine.
The superannuation industry's peak body wants a 15 per cent tax applied to lump sum superannuation withdrawals, rising to 30 per cent for withdrawals over a certain, yet to be defined, limit.
Billionaire media moguls don't always follow the usual protocols and conventions when it comes to running a business - and this includes how they deal with succession. Seven West Media's ultimate controlling shareholder Kerry Stokes is no exception.
Yahoo’s acquisition of Tumblr is a big gamble by Marissa Mayer, who needs to come to terms with a fundamental dysfunction.
OKLAHOMA: Dozens of children among the dead, with warnings more deadly tornadoes are on the way.
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Narromine man David Allan Harding has been sentenced to 27 years’ jail for murdering his wheelchair-bound girlfriend.
Firefighters are encouraging people to visit Narromine Fire Station tomorrow for the Fire and Rescue NSW (FRNSW) annual Open Day.
All are welcome to join in Mungery’s cancer morning tea to be held on Thursday May 30, from 10am onwards.
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Six years ago Trangie’s Lyn Taylor purchased the Dandaloo Street clothing store Lamenchi and, since then, has not looked back.