» 'Mouse ate my receipts': The weird excuses people give the ATO at tax time
17/10/19 13:07 from Business
Some of the excuses people give the ATO when they can't produce receipts or didn't file a tax return are inventive, but not enough to avoid penalties for late lodgement and mistakes.

» NT Treasurer defends spending $170m in new policy changes after budget blowout
17/10/19 06:23 from Business
The debt-laden Gunner Government has spent almost $170 million on unbudgeted policy changes — including $12 million for a grandstand at the Fannie Bay racecourse — in the two months after its May Budget was handed down.

» 'Come forward now': ATO warns bosses who keep super from staff face fines
17/10/19 06:00 from Business
The Australian Tax Office will send "nudge" emails to 4,000 employers with a track record of late super payments, and to another 500 bosses who have failed to pay the right amount by the quarterly date.

» 'It was just looking at me': Birdwatcher finds rare gold coin worth thousands at popular camp spot
17/10/19 05:04 from Business
The find at a dam in outback Western Australia is even more incredible considering the number of fossickers who camp there while prospecting in the Goldfields.

» Birdwatcher finds rare gold coin worth thousands at popular camp spot
17/10/19 05:04 from Business
The find at a dam in outback Western Australia is even more incredible considering the number of fossickers who camp there while prospecting in the Goldfields.

» 'Always looking to make ends meet': Mattress company defies trend of low pay rises
17/10/19 04:59 from Business
Low wages growth and underemployment continue to plague Australia's economy, but one mattress-building company has committed to regular pay increases thanks to its rising exports to China.

» 'The pressure is real': Subcontractor forced to lay off workers amid pay dispute
17/10/19 02:25 from Business
A South Australian business says it's been forced to lay off workers because of almost $200,000 in unpaid bills, amid the collapse of several building companies based in South Australia in the past 12 months.

» Hidden trove of trash and treasure auctioned in compulsive collector's estate
17/10/19 02:15 from Business
On a property hidden in bushland are old cars, tractors, motorbikes, trucks and sulkies from a bygone era that once belonged to an Australian politician and obsessive collector.

» Commonwealth Bank customers hit by national outage
17/10/19 02:12 from Business
Australia's biggest bank temporarily closes some of its branches after it is hit by an "unknown" computer issue affecting BPAY, its online payment platform Netbank and its app.

» Customers stranded, unable to pay bills as Commonwealth Bank hit by national outage
17/10/19 02:12 from Business
Commonwealth Bank customers are left embarrassed and forced to wait hours when they are unable to transfer money for haircuts, groceries and petrol after Australia's biggest bank is affected by an "unknown" computer issue.

» Customers forced to do the 'walk of shame' after Commonwealth Bank services go down
17/10/19 02:12 from Business
Commonwealth Bank customers are left embarrassed and forced to wait hours when they are unable to transfer money for haircuts, groceries and petrol after Australia's biggest bank is affected by an "unknown" computer issue.

» Unemployment rate falls to 5.2pc
17/10/19 00:40 from Business
Australia's unemployment rate fell slightly to 5.2 per cent in September, on a seasonally adjusted basis.

» Unemployment falls to 5.2pc but will 'rise again' by next year
17/10/19 00:40 from Business
Although it was a better-than-expected result, economists believe the fall in unemployment is "temporary", and the Reserve Bank will soon be forced to cut interest rates again.

» With a primary school 1.7km away, locals fear Chinese company's plan for lead recycling plant
17/10/19 00:08 from Business
A proposal to build a lead battery smelter in the Latrobe Valley has sparked health concerns among the local community. The nearest house is little more than a kilometre from the site, as is a school.

» Housing downturn will be a larger-than-expected drag on economy, RBA warns
16/10/19 23:56 from Business
Not only is the property downturn hitting household consumption, it's also a big drag on economic growth and likely to last for another year, the RBA's deputy governor warns.

» 'Turning the food economy upside down': Australian farmers watch US restaurant chain that cuts out middle man
16/10/19 22:47 from Business
A unique American business model taking 'paddock to plate' into the dining mainstream is being watched by Australian farmers as a way to get a better share of the food dollar.

» 'Turning the food economy upside down': Australian farmers watch US restaurant chain that cuts out middleman
16/10/19 22:47 from Business
A unique American business model taking 'paddock to plate' into the dining mainstream is being watched by Australian farmers as a way to get a better share of the food dollar.

» ASX to fall as trade anxiety resurfaces on weak US retail figures
16/10/19 20:37 from Business
Australian shares are likely to fall in early trade as anxiety over trade wars resurface and the US posts its worst retail sales figures in seven months.

» Adani's mine gets a coal freight breakthrough, but it’s no speeding locomotive
16/10/19 20:01 from Business
One of Australia's leading rail freight companies says it is willing to service Adani's Carmichael mine, despite an intense campaign by environmentalists aimed at dissuading companies from dealing with Adani.

» Adani's mine gets a coal freight breakthrough, but it's no speeding locomotive
16/10/19 20:01 from Business
One of Australia's leading rail freight companies says it is willing to service Adani's Carmichael mine, despite an intense campaign by environmentalists aimed at dissuading companies from dealing with Adani.

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