Tax breaks used by the wealthy are exacerbating deficits and eroding essential services, while making life harder for ordinary households, according to the ACTU.
Peter Martin Yes, it's a good idea to leverage the balance sheet of the Commonwealth to build the roads and other facilities that will make cities work. But as to mechanics, that'll be the subject of a summit.
Stephen Cauchi Australian shares overcame a weak start to the session on Friday as banks found some buyers, helping the market post a modest gain for the week.
Jason Steger Much of the Australian book industry is aghast at the prospects of scrapping parallel importation of books and the adoption of the American ''fair use'' rule for copyright material.
Christopher Mele Weeks after its final show, the company behind the former blockbuster franchise has filed for bankruptcy protection.
Stephen Cauchi Key central banks held fire this week but economists say that doesn't mean the tide of monetary easing is turning, with the RBA possibly the first of many to cut rates when it meets next week.
Max Mason Nine Entertainment chief executive Hugh Marks has poured cold water on the possibility of the free-to-air network acquiring a regional television broadcaster.
Georgia Wilkins Uber drivers could be considered employees rather than 'partners' under Australian workplace law, legal experts have warned.
Alistair Barr Forget personal computer doldrums and waning smartphone demand. Google thinks computers will one day cease being physical devices.
Bhakthi Puvanenthiran Labor has announced it will force banks to share consumer data in a move aimed at making finance cheaper and more flexible for small business.
Police have arrested the partner of Tina Kontozis, who was bashed to death with cricket bat in her ...