The Packer-Kerr 'relationship' speaks to modern heterosexual attraction.
Glenda Kwek The housing market may be booming in some capital cities, but in real terms the capital gains are far below their previous peaks.
The housing construction sector is continuing its solid gains, and the trend is likely to continue into the new year, economists say.
Brian Robins Households would be better off if they moved off regulated electricity tariffs and took advantage of competitive market offers, the government body which oversees the power industry says in a survey...
David Ramli Telstra is suing national broadband network builder NBN Co in the NSW Supreme Court over the timing of its payments to rent Telstra's pits and ducts for $11.2 billion.
Sales of new homes boast their biggest monthly gain since April last year as low mortgage rates and rising prices attract more buyers, an industry survey shows.
Greg Earl, David Ramli and Paul Smith China's top commercial diplomat has warned that continued limits on technology company Huawei's operations could discourage other Chinese companies from investing in Australia, as Opposition Leader...
Michael Pascoe Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens has effectively confirmed that Joe Hockey is blowing several hundred million dollars in an attempt to make his performance as Treasurer look good.
Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens cautions forex investors, suggesting the dollar is set for a fall, and hoses down housing bubble concerns.
Michael Pascoe Despite all the headlines, it's not the boat people we need to worry about – it's the other 2.3 million arriving tomorrow just when public investment in the nation is at an all-time low.
Matt Wade Years of bitter political combat over climate change policy has left the economics profession unmoved.
Decision makers in the first Rudd government may have watched too much of The West Wing when they decided to legislate a ceiling on government debt in 2008, Saul Eslake reckons.
Record-low interest rates, weaker currency and improving sentiment should help revive growth in industries outside resources, the RBA's Philip Lowe says.
The federal government has announced the first stage of its promised sell-off of Medibank Private, saying a scoping study will be completed by the end of February 2014.
Clancy Yeates The Reserve Bank made $4.3 billion last year, but won't pay a dividend, or increase governor Glenn Stevens' million-dollar pay.
While many of the measures linked to the tax will also be scrapped, the increase in compulsory superannuation remains.
Glenda Kwek Inflation has risen strongly in the September quarter, boosted by petrol prices, international travel and property and utility rates.
Peter Martin In one hit Treasurer Joe Hockey has pushed up this year’s projected budget deficit from around $30 billion to nearer $40 billion.
Property group Mirvac says it is on track to reach its full-year earnings targets as it works to put a disappointing 2012/13 result behind it.
A key business lobby group is concerned about the employment outlook even though the change of federal government has improved overall confidence.
Western Australia remains the top performer but the fortunes of all the states and territories are expected to improve, following the election of a new federal government.