Exhibits lost during a police move to new premises may mean exhibits for 30-40 cold cases murders have been disposed of.
Teen boys are thought to be compter geeks. But a major study has found Australian girls are more computer-literate than their male classmates.
A 55-year-old man will appear in Broome Magistrates' Court on Friday charged with possession of child exploitation material and an article relating to bestiality.
The Chinese company in the front-running to buy Leighton's John Holland business was banned from building any road or bridge projects for the World Bank three years ago after being accused of corruption.
The Abbott government's push to double advertising on the SBS during peak viewing periods is part of a plan to sell the public broadcaster, former Liberal prime minister Malcolm Fraser says.
Nine Entertainment stands to lose almost $100 million a year if it scraps its affiliation with regional TV stations, Prime Media chairman and former News Limited boss John Hartigan says.
Sydney is in for another burst of high summer-like heat, as a series of troughs draw in some of the hot air massing over central Australia.
Retail shareholders are unhappy with the terms of the deal and the loss of another Australian food company to foreign owners.
The iron ore price crunch could force Mineral Resources to put its mines on care and maintenance, managing director Chris Ellison says.
Mirvac will focus on expanding its residential developments after this week announcing it has entered into a project delivery agreement to develop a masterplanned community site in Marsden Park North, Sydney