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Walker Corp to cash in Collins Square for $2.5 billion

Walker Corporation's Collins Square project is midway through development, with the final tower due for completion in 2017.

Sydney billionaire property developer Lang Walker has put his vast Collins Square project in Melbourne's Docklands on the market with price expectations believed to be around $2.5 billion.

Property | Simon Johanson | Wed Nov 25 12:38:01 EST 2015

Paris Attacks: War on Islamic State brings $US50 billion defence boost

A French Air Force Dassault Rafale F1 aircraft in the skies of Iraq.

Europe's defence industry is set to reap a massive windfall as the terror attacks on Paris prompt governments to ramp up spending.

Business,World business | Benjamin Katz | Wed Nov 25 11:58:05 EST 2015

England & Wales Cricket Board considers consigning coin toss to history

End of centuries-old practice could counter result pitches, help develop spinners and would be trialled in second-tier Championship matches

Cricket | Nick Hoult | Wed Nov 25 11:50:15 EST 2015


What Martin Parkinson's return means for the public service

The return of the former Treasury Secretary means three things for public servants. But one question remains.

Comment,Public Service | Phillip Thomson | Wed Nov 25 11:17:49 EST 2015

CBA to pay out $80 million in refunds to customers

Commonwealth Bank is the country's most profitable.

CBA, the country's most profitable bank, will refund $80 million to customers for not honouring discounts, the third bank this year paying back money for its mistakes.

Banking & Finance | Clancy Yeates | Wed Nov 25 09:42:54 EST 2015

Woman arrested after running onto tarmac at Melbourne Airport

A woman has been arrested after running on to tarmac at Melbourne Airport.

A woman has been arrested after running on to the tarmac in a security breach at Melbourne Airport on Tuesday night.

Victoria | Tom Cowie | Wed Nov 25 10:39:42 EST 2015

Man injured on Queensland worksite

Emergency crews attempting to rescue man who fell south of Brisbane.

Queensland | Wed Nov 25 12:50:06 EST 2015

Virtual reality app lets buyers explore apartments in 3D

The power of mobile phones and tablets to incorporate big data feeds into 3D virtual reality software is creating a new kind of experience for people looking to buy off the plan.

Latest News | Iain Gillespie | Wed Nov 25 11:16:21 EST 2015

One of the most powerful men you've never heard of to lead TransGrid

The NSW government has sold the backbone of the national electricity network.

On Wednesday, the NSW government sold the backbone of the national electricity network to a mini United Nations consortium of Canadian, Middle Eastern and local investors for a mouth-watering $10.

Business | Brian Robins | Wed Nov 25 12:11:57 EST 2015

Political donations from property developers a bad look, says Ombudsman

Donations from property developers to political candidates creates a perception that politicians can be bought, according to Victoria's Ombudsman Deborah Glass.

Victoria | Clay Lucas and Richard Willingham | Wed Nov 25 11:28:48 EST 2015

Woman lived under her house to avoid abusive husband

ND, a victim of domestic violence, hid under her house for 18 months while her husband continued to live there.

A Hunter woman hid under her house for 18 months, enduring spiders and cockroaches, to escape her abusive husband.

NSW | Helen Gregory | Wed Nov 25 09:14:40 EST 2015

Cricket Australia to formally recognise World Series Cricket

Ian Chappell was a pioneer of World Series Cricket.

Howzat? The pioneers of the day-night game will be formally recognised by Cricket Australia on the eve of the inaugural day-night Test.

Cricket | Greg Baum | Wed Nov 25 08:21:47 EST 2015

Woman dies after hit by jetski in river

Police say alcohol was not a factor when a woman was hit by a jetski in Bundaberg.

Jetski rider was related to woman hit during afternoon swim.

Queensland | Kim Stephens | Wed Nov 25 10:43:42 EST 2015


The untouched Australian islands that played host to one of our darkest events

Fishing huts are among the only signs of human life amid the Houtman Abrolhos Islands off the coast of Western Australia.

White sand beaches, crystal-clear waters ... and one of the most horrifying events in Australian history.

Travel | David Whitley | Sat Dec 12 16:22:00 EST 2015

'The bullied has become the bully': Case shows family violence's cyclical nature

Christopher Cunningham grew up watching his father beat his mother. Now he will go to prison for his own abusive crime.

ACT News | Christopher Knaus | Wed Nov 25 12:55:01 EST 2015

Senator David Leyonhjelm bursts into song on the virtues of tax reform

Senator David Leyonhjelm

He's fond of making amateur videos of his pet cats and swearing at satirical protesters dressed in medieval costumes.

Political News | Lisa Cox | Wed Nov 25 11:34:22 EST 2015

Mining downturn still a drag on construction

Nailed it. As expected, residential construction continues to grow, but not enough to offset engineering decline.

The value of construction activity again shrunk in the third quarter, as investment in housing and office buildings failed to pick up the slack left by the decline in resources-related engineering...

Markets,The Economy | Mark Mulligan | Wed Nov 25 08:45:33 EST 2015

Markets Live: Resources rally derailed


ASX is trading lower after an early resources rally falls flat, with banks and Woolies leading losses.

Markets Live | Patrick Commins and Jens Meyer | Wed Nov 25 08:59:16 EST 2015

NSW Roads Minister Duncan Gay increases demerit points for drivers using phones

Killed in a car accident: Sarah Durazza.

The NSW government is making no apologies for raising the demerit penalty for mobile phone use while driving to six points.

Mobiles,NSW | Akansha Singh | Wed Nov 25 13:32:27 EST 2015

Two Canberra men caught in stolen car on Murrumbateman Road, Gundaroo

Two Canberra men will appear before Yass Local Court charged with a string of offences.

Two Canberra men to appear before a regional court after being caught driving a stolen car with lifted number plates.

ACT News | Wed Nov 25 10:43:52 EST 2015

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