Four men were arrested on charges of identity crime offences after a joint crime sting operation undertaken at six sites across Sydney last week.
Julie Bishop will have to suffer criticism for misidentifying the sunken island Anebok as Eneko.
Amazon has announced its merger with China’s biggest search engine, Baidu, which would become the default search engine for the company.
Attorney General George Brandis said that the citizenship legislation is strong enough, although there is no guarantee of it eradicating the threat of terrorism.
Mark Zuckerberg, Priscilla Chan write letter to newborn daughter, promise to give away 99 percent Facebook shares
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced the birth of his daughter on Tuesday and promised to donate 99 percent of FB shares to contribute in establishing a disease-free and unbiased society.
Brazilian authorities have decided to sue iron ore miner Samarco for US$5 billion (approx. AU$7 billion) due to the dam burst incident in early November.
The dropping value of iron ore is likely to impact producers that sell their products at higher rates.
An affordability index has suggested that renting in Sydney is difficult for low-earning groups.
Julie Bishop confirmed the involvement of her chief of staff Murray Hansen in the plotting against Tony Abbott at a drinks party.
Recent research showed that the Adani Carmichael mine project is expected to emit the same or more carbon than some of the world's densest metro cities.
Donald Trump hosted “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, sharing the stage with Taran Killam and Darell Hammond both as himself.
The U.S. Intelligence authorities have suggested that the reason behind the Russian airplane crash might be a planted bomb inside.
Terrorism financing has increased threefold in 2014-15, compared to 2013-14, a new report AUSTRAC report has shown.
NAB, Visa collaborate for 10 years; all NAB cards to be transformed into Visa with 'attractive offers'
NAB has dropped its tie-up with Mastercard and established a stronger bond with Visa for 10 long years.
According to experts, the live fire exercises between Australia and China could lead the former into an awkward position.
China signed a huge deal with European manufacturer Airbus after German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited the second-largest economy of the world.
ANZ Bank achieved its goal of maintaining a positive flow on its business graph despite several environmental constraints.
Volkswagen has hired a new strategy chief from its competitor Opel. Thomas Sedran will be joining as the new head of group strategy on Nov. 1.
52 percent of Australians prefer the Coalition according to the latest Newspoll results, as compared to Labor's 48 percent.
St.George Bank announced a hike on its variable interest rate by 15 basis points.
South Korea’s defence ministry to welcome tech-savvy ‘white-hat’ hackers team to fight cyber warfare
The winners of the ‘White Hat’ hackers competition will help South Korea's defence ministry fight against North Korean attacks.
The ACCC has announced that it would not oppose Foxtel's proposal to buy up to 15 percent of Network Ten television.
OPEC and non-OPEC members met in a meeting at its Vienna headquarters to discuss the risks associated with lowering oil costs.
Disney’s ESPN is planning to reduce its workforce by cutting around 350 jobs to make up for its losses.
A U.S. aircraft crashed and killed its pilot on Wednesday while on the way to the United States from Bahrain.
The ACCC has found that the country's private health insurance system is cheating on policyholders by offering less coverage.
The Labor Party has finally agreed to the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement after making certain minor migration amendments.
The news of Oprah Winfrey buying 10 percent shares of Weight Watchers has doubled the cost per share of the company.
An Australian tourist was harassed by an angry Indian mob over an image of a local goddess on his shin.
The market value of IDP Education has been marked to be between AU$586 million and AU$687 million by Macquarie analysts.