The Seven Mile Beach Kiosk in Gerroa, south of Kiama, is offering discounted coffees to customers who are polite.
A truck driver who was shocked by an overhead power line while unloading sheep from his B-double truck has been awarded more than $650,000 in damages.
The Abbott government was preparing to ram its direct action legislation through the Senate with the laws to set up the $2.55 billion scheme expected to pass late on Thursday night.
Speculation is building that National Australia Bank could divest its life insurance assets, or even sell-off its problematic wealth management business MLC Australia entirely.
UGL has received a first strike against its remuneration report as investors protested a $3 million sign-on bonus to the new head of its DTZ property arm and succession incentives to outgoing chief executive Richard Leupen.
Self-managed super funds are gearing into property more heavily amid regulator concerns that debt is fuelling growth in house prices and creating risk for the financial system.
Former ambassador to the United States takes over at Prime Minister and Cabinet, as Ian Watt stands down.
Mirvac Group will focus on more residential and mixed use projects to take advantage of the buoyant housing market and to help directors achieve the forecast 1 to 3 per cent earnings growth for the 2015 financial year.
Stockbrokers have bid for $12 billion worth of Medibank shares on behalf of their retail clients, more than double the maximum value of shares on offer of $5.5 billion.
The infectious diseases expert tasked with overseeing Australia's response to the Ebola virus says hospitals are well prepared for the virus despite widespread panic in the community.