Internet service provider iiNet looks to be the subject of a bidding war, with rival M2 Group lobbing an all-share $1.5b bid, reports the Australian Financial Review.
John Collett Labor's plans for reining in the superannuation tax concessions are not new, nor are they ambitious.
Heath Aston Cbus, which manages $27 billion on behalf of building and construction workers, is calling on the Abbott government to crack down on employers who duck the super guarantee contribution.
A surge in base metals prices has set the stage for a rally in the local sharemarket as investors renew their positions in mining company stocks.
What's on this week.
Matt Wade It's curious how little attention unemployment has been getting compared with other federal government challenges like tax policy, debt and deficit.
Matt O'Sullivan Perth Airport has suffered its first decline in quarterly passenger traffic in 12 years because of a fall in mining activity in Western Australia leading to a drop in domestic travellers.
Colin Kruger CBD was pleased to see that Alison Watkins may have been given licence to mess with the secret formula at Coca-Cola Amatil by chairman David Gonski, but some things remain sacred.
Carolyn Cummins Property damage from the Anzac Day hail storm in Sydney forces some businesses into short-term premises.
Your news snapshot from around the Mid-North Coast, regional Australia and further afield.
On the cenetenary of Anzac Day, Port Macquarie made sure it was a day to remember.
Record-breaking crowd pays respects to our Anzacs at dawn.
How you captured Anzac Day 2015 - the centenary of commemorations - in the Hastings.
Commemorations for the cenetenary of Anzac Day took place up and down the Mid-North Coast on Saturday.