Conditions across Australia’s construction sector remain weak, but they’re not quite as severe as they were earlier in the year. Activity levels for residential and commercial construction are going backwards but are stable for engineering firms. Jobs continue to be shed...
The claim says Mr Cradock directed a colleague within Indian banking to report his discovery to Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) group security. According to the statement of claim, the colleague reported the matter on two occasions, but CBA...
German business leaders are appealing to voters to resist populist parties in this month’s European elections, in an unusual intervention that reflects alarm about the rise of nationalism and the threat it poses to the EU’s single market. In an...
Australia is kidding itself if it thinks it’s immune from the wave of “political insanity” that has swept many of its peers where lying has become encouraged and “immorality is the new black”. That’s the view of Turkish political author...
The government has suggested a tough response to terrorist footage in a meeting with Facebook and Google, including livestream delays and hiring more moderators, as pressure mounts on the tech giants over extremist content online. In the first meeting of...
Auction clearance rates have risen to the highest level in eight months, according to CoreLogic. Despite higher clearance levels, home prices are still falling in Australia’s largest cities. The federal election this Saturday will see auction activity decline in all capitals...
In November, several employees organised a company walkout over payouts to executives facing sexual assault allegations. Around that time, the activists gathered 350 accounts of employee concerns. On Monday, two of those organisers, Meredith Whittaker and Claire Stapleton, wrote an email...
A woman whose bleached blonde hair was so destroyed by a hairdresser it ended up as a “mullet” has lost a $30,000 claim for damages. Melbourne woman Jessica Bray argued the Saint James Hair Studio damaged her hair when staff...
European stocks are set to open mixed Monday morning, amid lingering concerns over the outlook for the global economy. The FTSE 100 is seen 11 points higher at 7,439, the CAC is expected to open 2 points lower at 5,567,...
Analysts remain pessimistic even after recent declines: trade wars are only adding to the region's woes of spotty economic data and messy political developments in the UK and Italy, where the country's Deputy Premier is challenging European fiscal rules....
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