Billabong International's chief executive, the American retail specialist Neil Fiske, is working in Australia on a 457 visa.
With a noticeable spring in their pedals, thousands of cyclists took to Sydney's roads on sparkling Sunday to celebrate the joys of riding. About 9000 cyclists - some on unicycles, others on tandem bikes - took part in the annual Spring Cycle, the city's largest recreational bike ride.
The parents of the three Perth children, who were killed in the MH17 disaster over Eastern Ukraine, have paid tribute to the youngsters.
Finance Minister Mathias Cormann is not backing away from his description of Opposition Leader Bill Shorten as an "economic girlie man", accusing Labor of "confected outrage" over the issue.
An Australian mother and father who lost their three children in the MH17 plane crash have pleaded for the "pointless war" in rebel-held Ukraine to stop as the bodies of their children were brought home.
There are growing doubts among investment experts over the abilities of central bankers.
Kenmare Resources is looking up on news Iluka is negotiating to acquire the troubled miner.
US actress Lena Dunham has praised Tom Meagher for speaking out about violence against women following the rape and murder of his wife Jill Meagher in September 2012.
Joko Widodo, who on Monday tomorrow will be inaugurated as Indonesia's second directly elected president, will quickly move to salve the festering grievances of West Papua.
A young father jailed after he "lost control" and violently shook his six-week-old daughter in frustration will serve extra time behind bars, after the appeals court found the baby's crying did not reduce his moral culpability