Australian, UK and US defence ministers are touting a brave new world of AI-backed surveillance technology just days after the Chinese navy injured Australian military personnel in the East China Sea.
With the Aussie dollar sitting at three-month highs, it’s good news for those planning a trip to the US, but what’s driving the gains?
An iconic century-old Aussie brand could finally falter as a ‘perfect storm’ of dire economic conditions and store closures bear down.
More water will be returned to rivers after the Murray Darling basin was thrown a lifeline, but farmers fear the changes will sink regional communities.
Job seekers often go through multiple filtering stages without meeting a human, thanks to the growing use of artificial intelligence in the recruitment process.
Unless we are willing to embrace and adapt, then we are likely to be left behind.
Excitement is building for Perth’s annual Christmas Pageant, with thousands of families expected to line the city’s streets to catch a glimpse of the North Pole’s most famous resident.
Research shows that the brand alliances we choose and emotionally connect to in our younger years create longer-term biases in us as adults, which can then influence the choices we make for our children.
There are plenty of opportunities to embrace the Christmas spirit this weekend in Perth.
Busy billionaires take note. Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Gift Guide has just been published for the 15th Christmas.
Billionaire WA mining magnate Gina Rinehart is making a foray into fashion retail, with a purchase of the beloved Australian brand Driza-Bone.
The Dow Jones has risen 294.61 points, or 0.82 per cent, to 36,245.5; the S&P 500 has gained 26.83 points, or 0.59 per cent, at 4,594.63.
Meta Platforms will risk formal investigation if it doesn't provide details of measures it is taking to stop child sex abuse material being shared on Instagram.
Billionaire Tim Goyder has told exploration company leaders to back their own stock and “roll in the dirt” if they want to make it through the booms and busts of the resources game.
A drab spring annual meeting season thankfully came to an end with an old-style thunderstorm this week.
It’s that time of year — when the Countryman team put the call out for the best harvest photographs to share, both in the paper and on our social media pages.
Plans to urgently fix the NDIS are in turmoil after State treasurers refused to even consider major reforms unless the Federal Government agreed to permanently extend GST top-up payments.
Dan Jervis-Bardy and Josh Zimmerman
The race to replace Energy Minister Bill Johnston in Cabinet is believed to have narrowed to two candidates: Victoria Park MP Hannah Beazley and Legislative Council member Samantha Rowe.
More than 2000 paramedics have pledged to boycott renewing their registration, prompting a dire warning about emergency services from January 1.
The Victorian government has offered forestry harvest contractors five-year deals but the industry is unimpressed with its "compensation" packages.
This week’s Bulls N’ Bears profiled ASX runner is… Plenti Group. Its shares more than doubled this week to join fellow runners Intelicare, Euro Manganese and LBT Innovations.
Premier Cook has blasted Sandfire for destroying Aboriginal artefacts, while the miner’s CEO says there’s no critical issues with the company's reporting structure following revelations by The West Australian.
Adrian Rauso and Matt Mckenzie
Premier Roger Cook has revealed an extraordinary $220 million plan to keep collapsed miner Griffin Coal online until 2026 but there are warnings the bill might run far higher.
Matt Mckenzie & Josh Zimmerman
Chevron’s Australia downstream boss believes electric vehicles are an opportunity not a threat to its petrol station business, as the global energy goliath pushes the accelerator on its Caltex expansion plans.
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