Controversial unionist Kathy Jackson will be referred to Victoria Police for criminal investigation for the theft of about $900,000 from the Health Services Union.
Alibaba Group Holding is open to working with EBay's PayPal to offer more payment options after shoppers bought a record 57.1 billion yuan ($10.7 billion) of goods during the Chinese company's annual Singles' Day promotion.
A Sydney school teacher has been charged with using social media to have sexually explicit conversations with two teenage girls.
Police are investigating the possibility that Sydney teenager Georgina Bartter took an ecstasy pill known as a "purple speaker" at a music festival just hours before she died on Saturday.
Sydney’s median asking price for detached houses topped $1 million this week for the first time as sellers raised expectations in a booming market.
The government's plan to dilute the renewable energy target is in limbo as Clive Palmer has backed Labor's decision to walk away from talks and declared he won't be doing a deal with the Coalition either.
Bubbles in the Chinese property market are a bigger risk to Australia's economy than investor speculation in Sydney and Melbourne, say bankers and ratings agencies.
A $500 million Asia Pacific mandate has been awarded to the global Heitman group by Advance Australia, with a focus on the high-yielding real estate investment trusts.
Pressure is mounting on the Baird government to declare Sydney Harbour and surrounding coastal regions a marine park.
Labor leader Bill Shorten says he would say "nothing" to Vladimir Putin if he met him because Russia doesn't care what Australia thinks.