The owner of Zuji has cautioned investors that it expects the domestic leisure travel market to remain flat for the rest of this financial year, echoing sentiment from the country’s largest airlines.
After years of waiting, Perth's first Krispy Kreme donut store will finally open its doors on Wednesday morning.
Cabcharge director Rodney Gilmour has headed off an embarrassing vote against his appointment five months ago by resigning a few hours before the company's annual general meeting on Wednesday.
Tony Abbott has called on nervous government MPs to maintain internal discipline in the face of the ABC funding controversy and bad polling.
Defence Minister David Johnston says he wouldn't trust the government's own shipbuilding firm to "build a canoe", seriously denting hopes the next fleet of submarines will be made locally.
The Abbott government will "seriously" examine an independent taskforce's call for a royal commission into abuse in the Australian Defence Force, government sources have said.
Further weakness in global oil prices could be on the cards as crude producers fail to agree on measures to curb output ahead of this week's OPEC meeting, but local currency strategists say this will have limited impact on the commodity-linked Australian dollar.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has denied using "verbal gymnastics" over cuts to the ABC after one of his own MPs urged him to call a spade a spade and stop denying the Government had broken its election promise.
American wholesale warehouse giant Costco has confirmed it is the next multinational setting its sights on Perth to take advantage of the growing West Australian membership base travelling across the country to shop at the super stores.