At a time when large parts of the industry are not making any money, coal producers may be faced with heavy additional costs to meet China's tougher environmental controls on coal imports.
The Sydney man who left six-year-old Kiesha Weippeart to die after she was bashed by her mother should have his sentence cut because his offer to help police led the mother to admit she was guilty, a court has heard.
It may not be the tallest or oldest building to be featured in this year's Open Sydney event but the Queen Victoria Building lays claim to being one of the city's most popular heritage spaces.
Fairfax Media is interested in increasing its stake in or buying out the real estate magazine and digital group Metro Media Publishing.
Golden parachutes to departing chief executives have been slashed by 70 per cent and their pay while in the job has slipped, according to the latest annual survey on executive pay from the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors.
Telstra will start taking over Centrelink and Medicare call centre services from the federal government in six weeks as the CPSU warns of job cuts.
Peter Zovak's brother begged ACT mental health to get help for his severely depressed, hallucinating, despondent sibling six days before he eventually took his life.
International dispute developing at International Whaling Commission meeting to mesh landmark court ruling with future permits.
After two years running underwear and bra business Pacific Brands and before that brewer Foster's, former chief executive and one-time navy officer John Pollaers will turn his attention to shaping future Australian business leaders.