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Bega snaps up Vegemite as it buys back the farm

Vegemite has been snapped up as part of a $460m deal.

Bega Cheese has bought back the farm by broadened its reach in the food industry, snapping up Vegemite and other Kraft brands in a $460 million deal which takes it far from its roots as a cheese producer.

Samsung Galaxy S8: what we know

This image from Olixar shows off its upcoming clear protective case for the Galaxy S8, but is this what the phone will ...

Samsung has a lot to make up for after the the debacle that was the Galaxy Note7. In the next month or so, it'll have the perfect chance to do it.

NRL star seriously injured in seven-car smash

The crash on the M1 on Wednesday night.

Newcastle Knights prop Pauli Pauli suffered a suspected dislocated hip and broken leg in a serious crash a serious crash involving multiple cars north of Sydney, according to a report on the Seven Network.

8@eight: Searching for direction

The ASX rally looks set to extend to a fifth day.

A largely quiet night, but we have seen a number of reversals in the moves we saw yesterday, although very little has changed fundamentally.

The charts that show just how hot it was in 2016

NASA plots another record hot year.

The world's major meteorological agencies have declared 2016 to the hottest year on record - making it three new highs in as many years - as increases in greenhouse gases drove global warming.

'We can work with anybody': Damon eyes Trump talk

'We are trying to help get the poorest of the poor a seat at the table': Matt Damon, Co-Founder of Water.org, speaks at ...

Actor Matt Damon appeared to give President-elect Donald Trump the benefit of the doubt Wednesday (Swiss time) over whether he will help break the cycle of global poverty that arises from lack of safe water and sanitation.

Chelsea Manning decision 'disappointing': Trump spokesman

Chelsea Manning will be released from prison in May.

"It's disappointing, and it sends a very troubling message when it comes to the handling of classified information and to the consequences of those who leak information that threatens the security of our nation," a spokesman said.

Wesfarmers chief warns Woolworths could win sales race

Richard Goyder, managing director of Wesfarmers,  has been warning investors Woolworths could beat Coles' second-quarter ...

Wesfarmers' senior management has warned investors and analysts to rein-in expectations of its second quarter sales performance amid predictions Woolworths will shake off its 29-quarter losing streak to win the second quarter sales race.

Newly released CIA documents shed light on Qld history

American military police outside the Central Hotel in Brisbane American military police outside the Central Hotel in ...

American intelligence was warned sending African-American troops to Brisbane under the racist white Australia policy was a "psychological error", while Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen' ill-fated Canberra bid also raised eyebrows in Washington.