Uber and Airbnb have revealed in submissions to a federal inquiry that they route profit through companies in the Netherlands and Ireland, where taxes are lower.
James Massola, Mark Hawthorne Victorian Liberal president Michael Kroger has credited Malcolm Turnbull with a dramatic turnaround in the party's fortunes, telling an exclusive party fundraiser the switch of leader meant just one federal seat - rather than six under Tony Abbott - was now at risk.
Daniel Lane NSW fast bowler Mitchell Starc said he'll defy the pain of a broken spur in his ankle for as long as he possibly can before having surgery.
Patrick Begley The last person to see the Hunt family alive noticed something in Geoff that night. "He was not responding, not answering questions," disability support worker Lorraine Bourke said. "There was no emotion on his face."
Peter Hannam The impacts of the monster El Nino in the Pacific are likely to intensify across much of Australia, including worsening drought and an elevated bushfire threat, after conditions that were nullifying its effects suddenly retreated.
Nicole Hasham The Australian government asked Nauru to establish a detention camp, organised a perimeter fence and paid for visas that required people be detained, and so effectively controls the detention of asylum seekers at Nauru, the High Court heard on Wednesday.
Last season's GDCA wooden spooners hoping for more competition season.
Heath Aston, political correspondent The Australian Tax Office will open negotiations with 80 multinational companies to encourage them to "restructure" in order to pay more tax on profits generated in Australia.
Michaela Whitbourn The High Court has upheld a state-wide ban on political donations from property developers, bolstering a corruption inquiry into secret donations from Nathan Tinkler and other business figures.
Two of Roald Dahl’s most loved stories have been moulded together into one incredible live show.
Here's how Griffith has been documented in social media pictures this last week.
Griffith’s Biggest Lap was held on Saturday night and has been declared a huge success. Pictures: Anthony Stipo
A large crowd attended the inaugural Griffith Spring Fair. Pictures: Anthony Stipo
Here is a selection of pictures from The Area News archives.
The school holidays are coming to end, but there were many days spent enjoying the sun in the ...