Macquarie Dictionary has announced that halal snack pack is Australian People's Choice Word of the Year 2016. Halal snack pack trumped over alt-right and fake news, which were the runners up in People’s choice category.
The death of Queensland mum Teresa Marie Bradford has sparked a call for change in Queensland bail laws. Many believe that bail laws need to be tightened for those accused with domestic violence following the Pimpama deaths.
Telstra along with partners Netgear, Qualcomm and Ericsson previewed the future of mobile connectivity in Australia on Monday.
Toyota Australia issued a statement on Monday confirming that it will close its Altona plant in Melbourne. This will result in 2,600 employees losing their jobs.
German supermarket chain Aldi is invested heavily in expanding its footprint in Western Australia and South Australia. It plans to open 70 new stores in WA and 50 new stores in SA with an investment of over $700 million.
The number of Bourke street victims increased by one as a 33-year-old Blackburn South woman died in a hospital at 7:30 p.m. on Monday.
Alexandre Bissonnette, the 27-year-old sole suspect in Quebec mosque shooting, has been arrested. He has been charged with six counts first-degree murder and five counts of attempted murder for opening fire in the Quebec Mosque.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced Tuesday that Australian dual citizens are now exempt from the Trump travel ban after his #NotMyJob comment trended on Twitter yesterday. He added that he is focused on getting results for Australians than talking about US policies publicly.
American ride-hailing service Uber’s ill-timed tweet resulted in a disaster for the company. The hashtag #DeleteUber trended on Twitter and customers moved to Lyft,who pledged US$1 million (AU$1.32 million) to American Civil Liberties Union in support of those affected by Trump travel ban.