A new internship program introduced to combat youth unemployment is at risk of becoming a "jobs destruction program" unless safeguards are introduced to prevent exploitation, workplace experts have warned.
Alex Malley The Reserve Bank's decision to cut interest rates to a record low yesterday undermined the Treasurer's narrative for his budget.
Vanessa Desloires Miners led a steep fall in the market, the bulk of the damage caused by BHP which posted its worst day in more than seven years.
Carolyn Cummins Real estate agents have been hit again, with 25 residents in Castle Hill, Sydney, opting to sell the homes in one superlot, worth about $100 million.
Heath Aston, political correspondent Cigarette makers and retailers claim the $40 packet of cigarettes is going to force more smokers into the growing black market for illegally imported tobacco.
Jared Lynch & Philip Wen A Chinese-led consortium has declared it will lob another bid for Australia's biggest private landholding, S. Kidman & Co, but will wait until after the federal election.
Peter Ker Shares in BHP are sinking fast following signs the Samarco disaster may cost more than first thought.
Caitlin Fitzsimmons Can money make you happy? It's not about how much you have, but what you do with it.
Marc Moncrief Iconic Aussie retailer Dick Smith has been reborn online, just a day after the brand's last bricks-and-mortar shops closed for good.
Inga Ting Smokers should take a deep breath before looking at the chart below.
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The Hills Relay for Life will welcome dogs for the first time in its history.
A planned community for Castle Hill will preserve Heritage Park while constructing mixed building types.