An Australian collector has set a new world record after paying a small fortune for one of the world's rarest and most-mysterious stamps.
Liam is an Age journalist
Grown-up Lego fans are spitting bricks after being told they are too old to go to Melbourne's new construction toy mecca.
ProductReview.com.au says it has been forced to remove reviews of builder Wisdom Homes after being threatened with legal action.
Students at the failed Sage Institute of Fitness have been told they must pay "outstanding fees" before they can receive certificates that will enable them to continue their suspended studies elsewhere.
An Uber is a taxi – at least for tax purposes.
Sunscreen sellers across Australia are competing for a slice of the sun-care dollar in a country with one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world.
Nando's franchisees across the country are in open rebellion against head office moves to get them to renovate – or lose their stores for nothing.
My name is Liam Mannix, and I'm genuinely sick on the day after Australia Day.
Tens of thousands of young Australians with hairdressing qualifications are so badly trained they are "unemployable".
Fake garlic, bin lids and umbrella stands - Masters have a lot of lacklustre products that people won't buy, no matter the price.