Getting a song on a major radio station can be a big break for an Australian band. But new research suggests commercial stations may not be hitting their mandated quotas for local content.
Pauline Hanson will vote for the Turnbull Government's company tax cuts, in exchange for more cash for apprenticeships for young Australians. But the Government still needs the support of crossbenchers Derryn Hinch and Tim Storer.
ANZ Bank confirms it is experiencing a "technical fault" which prevents customers from withdrawing more than $200 from its ATMs and online platforms.
A federal appeals court upholds a copyright infringement verdict that 2013 hit Blurred Lines illegally copied from Marvin Gaye's Got to Give it Up, in a ruling musicians fear may harm the creativity of future artists and the music industry in general.
The failure of ministers to question poor advice, a construction contract that left the state "commercially impotent" and massive tension between bureaucrats were key factors leading to the Perth Children's Hospital project going off the rails, a report finds.
The same 14 people who served on Steven Marshall's frontbench will be serving in the new ministry, but a few tweaks have been made to who looks after what.