THE last time the Nasdaq was this high, Bill Clinton was president, Microsoft dominated the tech world and the iPod, iPhone and iPad didn’t exist.
THE price of a standard postage stamp is set to rise from 70 cents to $1 and mail will take longer to arrive, the government has announced.
A MAN has told of his shock at landing on Qantas’s no-fly list after walking off a plane.
THE economy is struggling to grow because Australians get too much pay, too much annual leave and are too hard to fire, an American economist says.
THERE is no point in denying it: Australia is getting hotter, and it’s not going to stop. And we have the figures to prove it.
WHAT would you like to do in virtual reality? Fly a spaceship? Fight monsters? Too bad. A new VR headset tipped to be the next big thing has revealed its first game: performing menial jobs.
NSW Premier Mike Baird says he is confident his privatisation plans for the state’s electricity networks will raise vital billions despite describing them as risky assets.
AUSTRALIAN researchers have found an “ideal balance” of macronutrients to assist reproduction in animals, and they believe it might work for humans.
TONY Abbott admits the government has been through a bad patch, overreached in the budget last year but says the situation now is very different to three weeks ago.
FEARS are raised but hope isn’t lost for the Bali Nine pair awaiting execution, a Mercy campaign co-founder says.
AS A nine-year-old child, he was imprisoned in the Yodok concentration camp by the government of Kim Il Sung after his grandfather was accused of treason.
BARRY Hall says he nearly walked out of the South African jungle to save his marriage.
A 51-YEAR-OLD who handcuffed an escort and repeatedly raped her has been sentenced to six years and nine months in jail more than 20 years later.
HOLLYWOOD has hot pink Rolls-Royces and Bentleys, the Middle East uses Ferraris and Lamborghinis as police cars, and Russia has gold-plated (and armour-plated) Mercedes-Benzes, but Geneva is the home of the weird on wheels.
MALCOLM Turnbull has publicly backed Prime Minister Tony Abbott, saying he has “many strengths” and describing him as an “intelligent” and “brave” man.