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.
Mark Hawthorne and Madeleine Heffernan Suppliers to Woolworths claim they have been given two weeks to cut their prices by up to 10 per cent or have their goods removed from the chain's shelves.
Mark Hawthorne, Madeleine Heffernan Woolworths is looking to squeeze price cuts from scores of suppliers to help fund its price war with Coles.
Chris Zappone, Mark Hawthorne Worried editors will meet this morning as News Corp weighs the possibility of splitting its media and entertainment divisions.
Rania Spooner, Mark Hawthorne Don Voelte's appointment may not have come completely out of left field.
Elizabeth Knight, Mark Hawthorne Five years ago the Airline Partners Australia consortium was just hours away from buying Qantas at the price of $5.60 a share.
Elizabeth Knight and Mark Hawthorne Just five years ago, the Airline Partners Australia consortium was only hours away from buying Qantas at the price of $5.60 per share.
Eli Greenblat, Eric Johnston and Mark Hawthorne The latest sell-off is another hit to what little confidence investors may have had since climbing out of the financial crisis.
Eli Greenblat, Eric Johnston and Mark Hawthorne Broking firms are shedding hundreds of staff as frightened investors opt to park spare funds in the bank rather than risk the wild ride of the market.
Suzanne Carbone and Mark Hawthorne MYER is considering axing its long-term sponsorship deal with the spring racing carnival - including the 50-year-old Fashions on the Field competition - as things get tough for the nation's big...
Julie Power, Mark Hawthorne WHEN electrician Matt McDowell turned up to work yesterday morning at a Heyday site in Alexandria he was not prepared to be laid off.
Mark Hawthorne and Madeleine Heffernan THE collapse of engineering services company Hastie Group will cost 2500 jobs, wipe an estimated $300 million from the profits of the major banks and strike at the wealth of some of Australia's...
Mark Hawthorne More than 2000 jobs will be axed as engineering company Hastie collapses under estimated $500 million of debt.
Mark Hawthorne AUSTRALIA'S big four banks face write-downs totalling almost $250 million in the wake of Hastie Group's collapse into receivership at the weekend.
Mark Hawthorne Australia's big four banks are facing write-downs totalling almost $250 million in the wake of Hastie Group's collapse into receivership.
Mark Hawthorne BHP Billiton has walked out on a joint venture to develop the Altia copper and silver deposit in Queensland, just a day after the company’s chairman and chief executive warned they would scale back...
Mark Hawthorne Consumers might think intense competition gives them a good deal on dairy but it comes at a cost.
Mark Hawthorne, Lucy Battersby and Ben Butler Disgraced Melbourne businessman Ben Polis threatened an employee with investigation by federal police while his company, Energy Watch, was being engulfed by allegations of workplace abuse.
Megan Levy and Mark Hawthorne Embattled businessman Ben Polis has stepped down as the chief executive of EneryWatch as the controversy surrounding his racist, sexist and offensive comments on Facebook intensifies.
Mark Hawthorne Legal firm Slater & Gordon claims Macquarie responsible for rougue trader actions.
Mark Hawthorne and Eli Greenblat Qantas chief Alan Joyce and his predecessor Geoff Dixon have clocked up some $50m in pay between them. So which of them picks up the drinks tab?