It would be easier to tighten Australia’s domestic tax laws rather than chase multinational corporations, former treasurer Peter Costello says.
For Mike Baird, the timing could not have been more perfect: just as he was using question time of the final sitting day of the NSW Parliament before next year's election to flay the Opposition, the corruption watchdog handed him an early Christmas present.
Police have revealed that a sword seized in recent Sydney counter-terror raids was made of metal, not plastic as its owner claimed.
The end of NSW's 55th parliament has closed a controversial chapter on "Zoe's law" though some are looking to a newly-worded bill clarifying the legal rights of an unborn child.
The BHP Billiton board has a tough job on its hands, ensuring the company remains prosperous despite the fact the prices of three of the major commodities that underpin its profit performance are in free-fall.
Australia's government-owned shipbuilder says it could construct a new fleet of submarines in South Australia for less than $24 billion, making it competitive with rival overseas bidders.
Canberra's trams look set to include space for cyclists after a new ACT Government consultation found 44 per cent of potential passengers say they would take a bike on board.
Concerns simmering over Australia's growing reliance on flags of convenience ships.
Company whittled 11,000 civil servants to 5000. Now it's hunting for parts of Australia's Defence Department.
Firies torch a house in a cul de sac in Farrer as part of a training exercise - they've got to put the fire out then work out how it started.