The beauty parade has begun for the Ten Network, with executives from US media giant Discovery Communications meeting with the struggling free-to-air broadcaster.
A NSW parliamentary inquiry will examine the police bugging scandal amid concerns the Ombudsman has taken too long to finalise his investigation into the matter which has plagued top levels of the NSW force for more than a decade.
Business confidence has hit a 12-month low but operating conditions are better than ever, according to a contradictory survey by National Australia Bank.
Crown and the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority had argued that the release of the details would be commercially damaging to the casino company.
President Xi Jinping is poised to announce Sydney as an official currency trading hub during his state visit next week, in a deal aimed at bringing down the cost of doing business with Australia's largest trading partner as China pushes for greater international influence for the renminbi.
Sydney's ninth Catholic Archbishop is leading the church into the modern era, but tradition surrounds the appointment.
Former Liberal treasurer Peter Costello is set to make a return to federal parliament and appear before a Senate hearing in his capacity as Chair of the Future Fund.
One of the Melbourne's more enduring family-owned development companies has lodged plans for a soaring 80-level city skyscraper, adding to the long list of 43 proposals to be considered by whatever party forms government after this month's election.
After letting it sit idle for six years, one of the city's biggest landowners Melbourne University has moved to rezone and redevelop the former Royal Women's Hospital site.
A local developer has paid Box Hill Institute just over $8 million for a car park near the suburb's busy commercial sector.