Jon Sutton, CEO of Bank of Queensland, comments on the Australian housing market and the impact of Cyclone Debbie on Queensland.
Darren O'Connell, Suncorp, says property damage claims in the wake of Cyclone Debbie are expected to increase.
The cyclone hit northeast Australia, cutting off power for some households and potentially wiping out sugarcane crops. Matt Taylor reports.
Campbell Dawson of Elstree Investment Management says it is unlikely that the share raid on Myer is an attempt at a takeover.
None of the major powers were present at high-level negotiations aimed at banning nuclear weapons — a worrisome indicator for global denuclearization.
Bate Gil, professor at Australian National University, says China is looking to get more support in the region for its multilateral trade framework.
Geoff Raby of Geoff Raby & Associates says it is naive to assume China is not a regional power just because it is not a democracy.
Geoff Raby of Geoff Raby & Associates says Australia has to perform a balancing act between its economic and security concerns when it comes to China ties.
More than 90 percent of the capital's police officers carry out their daily duties without a gun.
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull will likely keep his relationship with the U.S. in close focus as he holds talks with China's Premier.
Australia's central bank saw growing risks in the nation's hot housing market.
Alan Joyce, Qantas Airways CEO, talks about the company's recovery strategy as it becomes the first carrier to connect every continent with Australia non-stop, invests in infrastructure, and leads the world as the safest airlines.
Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities says Chow Tai Fook's interest in Alinta is due to the stable revenues the utilities sector offers.
Jonathan Barratt, CIO at Ayers Alliance Securities, says Alinta might be a private company but it operates in a strategic sector.
Australia's jobless rate climbed to a 13-month high in February and employment unexpectedly fell.
Australia may spend up to A$2 billion to expand a huge hydro power scheme, although the main owners of the dam have yet to be consulted.
Elon Musk’s pledge to fix South Australia’s energy problems has other countries interested as well.
Ukraine Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman asked Elon Musk for talks after he pledged to to fix South Australia's energy crisis within 100 days.
The state's shortage of LNG is a result of increased exports amid higher global prices, explains David Lennox of Fat Prophets.
Australia's most renewable-energy dependent state outlined plans to spend $385 million to keep the lights on.