The corporate watchdog has fined National Australia Bank for misleading customers over interest rates – the second time in as many months the bank has been caught out.
A company controlled by the Prince of Brunei, whose family's property holdings have been the subject of boycotts from gay and lesbian groups, has snapped up a city office owned by Victoria University in a $23.6 million deal.
A new report shows continued decline in cash and cheque as methods of payment around the world but a massive surge in payments from mobile devices.
Brisbane's historic prison, Boggo Road Gaol, will undergo a $300 million redevelopment which the Queensland Government believes will give the 131-year-old "mothballed prison a new lease on life''.
Global equities have just capped the worst quarter of trade since 2012, but two major markets are swimming against the tide.
A site part-occupied by the producers of popular TV shows Dancing with the Stars and Deal or No Deal will be transformed into 490 apartments in two 23-level towers after gaining planning approval.
The demand from overseas investors for Australian office, retail and industrial properties has pushed the total sales to close to $11 billion in the past three months, and more of the same it tipped as more properties hit the market.
Australia’s ageing payphone network has been brought back from the brink of redundancy to become WiFi hotspots for Telstra customers.
Australia’s second-fastest growing internet service provider M2 Telecommunications is poised for an aggressively-priced launch into internet television that will pit it against Telstra and Foxtel, which is preparing to launch into broadband next year.
Euro zone inflation slowed again in September as some food and energy prices fell, a first estimate showed, reinforcing expectations the ECB will ease policy further and sending the euro to a two-year low.