Returned lock Kane Douglas is confident he can prove his worth to Wallabies coach Michael Cheika in time for the World Cup.
Colin Kruger is a business reporter focused on the retail and gambling industries. He joined the Sydney Morning Herald in 1999 as its technology editor. Other roles have included the Herald's deputy business editor and online business editor.
Colin Kruger Dick Smith was moved to pen a note to the embattled billionaire after a 16-day cross-country flight last month.
Colin Kruger You know the feeling. You've just upgraded the chariot to meet the family's changing needs and it doesn't quite fit the bill. And so you have to start all over again.
Colin Kruger We all know what it's like when the family's new chariot doesn't quite fit the bill, and you have to start all over again.
Colin Kruger Rupert Murdoch might not be a climate change believer but it does not mean he doesn't keep an eye on the weather.
Colin Kruger Every corporate collapse has its telling details. For BBY it may have been the appearance of tennis legend, Ken Rosewall.
Colin Kruger With the stock price regaining altitude, CBD was very interested in the rumour that a new Qantas book was in the works – and with the airlines blessing, no less.
Colin Kruger Hollywood director, Oliver Stone, obviously isn't a fan of the old saying "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas".
Colin Kruger Billionairess, Gina Rinehart, can't be accused of just sitting around and watching her resource riches implode - or, crying into her tea while the kids re-take control of a significant patch of the...
Colin Kruger Billionairess, Gina Rinehart, can't be accused of just siting around and watching her resource riches implode - or, crying into her tea while the kids re-take control of a significant patch of the...
Colin Kruger Coal may not be king any more, but there is no need to worry about the retirement funds of the ICAC's favourite coal barons, John Kinghorn and John McGuigan.
Colin Kruger ASX boss Elmer Funke Kupper has been telling the tale of how an unusual tradition started up for companies making their debut on the ASX.
Colin Kruger The second dotcom era has officially ended for Telstra's tech guru, Ted Pretty, with Hills Ltd dispensing with his services "with immediate effect" on Wednesday in favour of its operations boss,...
Colin Kruger The man with more connections than the Internet, David Gonski, was not about to burn any of them just because he's about to add author to his CV.
Colin Kruger The 200th gathering of the Sydney Mining Club next month promises more drama than the Rum Rebellion.
Colin Kruger It might be hard to believe in the current climate, but when James Hardie fled Australia for the Netherlands in 2001, it claimed that it was not trying to dodge its compensation obligations to its...
Colin Kruger The nation's selfless CEOs are getting ready for the 10th annual CEO Sleepout for St Vinnies.
Colin Kruger Some of the smaller stuff has escaped Clive Palmer's attention.
Colin Kruger The Fortescue boss' war against non-MCA members could be the best thing to happen to the group since Rudd's mining tax.
Colin Kruger ASIC's big kahuna, Greg Medcraft, is warning that Sydney and Melbourne might already be in the lather of a property bubble, but he might be worried by the question of when did it get frothy?
Colin Kruger Where do Australia's insurance companies go for their CEO insurance?