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An Australian Paralympic sailor and team official were robbed at gunpoint while training in Rio de Janeiro at the weekend.
Mining industry sentiment has finally started to improve, after several years of gloom amid a commodity price slump.
Keeping rates steady this month was consistent with sustainable economic growth returning to target over time, Australia's c.bank said on Tuesday.
Most Australian miners believe that commodity prices have bottomed out and will head up, says Newport Consulting's David Hand.
You want flexible hours? Financial services is where it's at, but there's going to be stiff competition for jobs at these companies.
University of Sydney's Peter Chen explains that the Australian opposition party has managed to destabilize Malcolm Turnbull's government.
UNSW' Mark Rolfe says Australian voters are not enthused over Turnbull or Shorten, after years of mistakes committed by both parties.
Australian Labor Party's Bill Shorten introduces his campaign's policies ahead of July 2 elections. CNBC's Matthew Taylor has more.
Lowy Institute's Alex Oliver say there's a sense that Australians want some political stability, which would work in favor for the Coalition.
Commonwealth Bank's Gareth Aird forecasts Australia's unemployment rate for May could tick up to 5.8 percent and that the RBA might cut in August.
It's impossible to separate the issues of gun ownership and the fight against terror, former Australian Prime Minister John Howard says.
John Howard, Former Prime Minister of Australia, discusses whether Washington should consider curbing gun ownership laws following the deadly Orlando massacre.
Malcolm Turnbull's understanding of the economy will be decisive for Australian voters, notes Former Australian Prime Minister John Howards.
Sydney hosts Vivid, an annual outdoor lighting festival with multimedia light sculptures at various iconic locations in the city.
Craving a pizza but unnerved by the complicated ordering process? A soon-to-be launched app function could let you order without a single click.
A low-profile tycoon has become the talk of the town after purchasing a house for a record HK$2.1 billion (US$270 million), the SCMP reports.
The RBA will closely monitor the new housing supply, as this could upset the property market balance, says Craig James, CommSec's chief economist.
Konstantinos Venetis, global economist at Lombard Street Research, comments on the decision by the Australian central bank to hold interest rates.
Australia's central bank held its powder dry on Tuesday as the nation's robust first quarter report card quashed the need for additional monetary stimulus.
Markets are not really showing much concern about Australia's east coast storms' impact on insurers, notes Leyland Private AM's Charles Leyland.