Returned lock Kane Douglas is confident he can prove his worth to Wallabies coach Michael Cheika in time for the World Cup.
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Mark Hawthorne is Senior Editor at The Age. Previously he was National Business Editor of Fairfax Metro Media.
Jared Lynch and Mark Hawthorne How 20 million screaming Chinese babies and health conscious local mums are driving a twin boom for some Aussie milk companies.
Mark Hawthorne, Senior Editor Allegations Veronica Johns used company money to help renovate her family home.
Mark Hawthorne At the height of his fame Jamie McIntyre brought Arnold Schwarzenegger to Australia. Now the property spruiker's empire is on the verge of being terminated itself.
Jared Lynch, Mark Hawthorne Major corporations and fashion houses have lived with the spectre of Chinese counterfeiting for decades, but the latest trend towards fake foods and consumables is proving a nightmare for Australian...
Mark Hawthorne The Fiat Chrysler scandal has thrown up its fair share of celebrity names, with soccer star Harry Kewell scoring a free car, along with Shane Warne and Liz Hurley.
Mark Hawthorne John Elkann – the heir to Italy's Fiat, Ferrari and Alfa Romeo empires and a director of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp - has been dragged into the legal dispute between Fiat...
Mark Hawthorne If former Fiat Chrysler Australia boss Clyde Campbell goes down over allegations he misused tens of millions dollars of company money, he might just threaten to take the entire Australian operation...
Mark Hawthorne EXCLUSIVE: Whether working as a car thief or car chief, Clyde Campbell has always loved a party.
Mark Hawthorne It was't just lavish parties that Clyde Campbell is alleged to have spent big on. The Sunday Age has obtained photographs of the luxury boat and private plane at the centre of a court battle between...
Mark Hawthorne Call it finding the mother lode. If you need any indication of just how hot Australian dairy is in China right now, these scenes at a Melbourne supermarket tell the story.
Mark Hawthorne Details of Harry Kewell's $1 million a year contract with Jeep - including the thousands of dollars of payments made by the Socceroos star to the personal bank account of car company's former boss,...
Mark Hawthorne For Victoria's social set, an invitation to the Jeep marquee at the Portsea Polo is one of the most sought-after of the year.
Mark Hawthorne, Senior Editor Fiat Chrysler boss Clyde Campbell's fall from grace has uncovered the fake shake deal at Crown Casino's Club 23. Mark Hawthorne tells all.
Mark Hawthorne The scandal at Fiat Chrysler Australia has now spread globally, with a number of the world's biggest car companies examining their contracts and relationships with Motortrak.
Mark Hawthorne Clyde Campbell, the former Fiat Chrysler Australia boss at the centre of a $30 million scandal rocking the automaker, has previously faced criminal charges for stealing cars and was once involved...
Mark Hawthorne It's interesting to watch the nation's drinks companies in a tizzy, all backing that horse called self-interest ever since the Federal Government announced a White Paper into taxation.
Mark Hawthorne The Checkout is the self-proclaimed champion of Australian consumers, but now the ABC has been accused of breaching consumer laws as a direct result of the program.
Mark Hawthorne "I bought a Jeep." It is one of the more successful advertising taglines of recent years, and has been a huge success for the maker of American off-roaders.
Mark Hawthorne How one of the world's biggest car makers ran off the road in Australia.
Mark Hawthorne In his 36 years at Daimler Chrysler, Ernst Lieb earned the nickname "Mister Mercedes", as the German-born executive lived the glamorous lifestyle that his employer tried to exude.