Origin Energy chief executive Grant King has flagged expectations for "significant growth in earnings" in the 2015-16 year and beyond, but has pointed to a lower contribution this year from oil and gas production.
Wagering giant William Hill, which runs the Sportingbet, Centrebet and TomWaterhouse.com brands locally, has blamed an increase in fees charged by state racing bodies for a 3 per cent fall in bets placed in the past quarter.
Unions and business lobby groups will be able to spend up to $1.1 million on political advertising for next year's NSW election after the Baird government backed down on a proposal that would have slashed the amount to $250,000.
Expedia's planned $703 million purchase of Wotif.com Holdings has been delayed again after the New Zealand Commerce Commission issued a letter of "unresolved issues" relating to the acquisition of the online accommodation provider.
A car has crashed into a cafe in Neutral Bay, police say, injuring up to seven people.
The largest shareholder in nib, the only listed health insurer, says the $4 billion-plus float of Medibank Private is an attractive opportunity, but has warned investors against expecting immediate returns from the company’s promised cost cutting.
Aurizon is set to avoid a ‘‘second strike’’ against its executive pay card at its annual shareholder meeting next month after two influential proxy advisers supported changes to the way it rewards management with bonuses.
"Our whole class fell in love with Gough," Katie Murphy, an HSC student at St Catherine's School, Waverley, gushed. And today's modern history students had the chance to write about him.
The passing of former prime minister Gough Whitlam meant one thing to purveyors of political memorabilia: it's time.
Two men have been arrested over the death of Keith Cini during a home invasion at Badgerys Creek in May.