Tas shipbuilder making huge aluminium ship
Tasmanian shipbuilder Incat has won an $US130 million order to build the world’s largest aluminium ship, a 130m ferry that will be used in Latin America.
More Australians stood in line for an election day sausage than paid attention to property auctions on Saturday, CoreLogic data suggests.
The Australian dollar is higher after after Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s centre-right Coalition pulled off a shock win in the federal election.
Elders’ profit is down after hot and dry conditions reduced summer cropping volumes, with cattle prices also easing and the national wool clip shrinking.
Rare earth minerals miner Lynas Corp is moving to set up a rare earths separation facility in the United States.
Scentre has sold a 50 per cent stake in Sydney’s Westfield Burwood shopping centre to Perth-based Perron Group for $575 million.
Australian dividends would have been flat in the three months to March 31 were it not for a special payout from BHP and growth at Woodside Petroleum.
Australian investment markets will initially focus on the coalition’s re-election this week before quickly turning to interest rates and global trade tensions.
Huawei’s founder Ren Zhengfei says the restrictions placed on it by the US may slow its growth “but only slightly” as it had prepared for the eventuality.
New Zealand’s central bank has revoked the ability of ANZ’s local subsidiary to autonomously assess its risk capital requirements due to “persistent weakness”.
NAB has brought forward its forecast for a cash rate cut and now expects the Reserve Bank to act in June and August.
Coopers has launched an extra pale ale to stay competitive in the growing craft beer market.
QBE has announced its chief operating officer David McMillan will leave the company after two years for a CEO role at a UK-based insurer.
Infratil shares have been placed in a trading halt as it embarks on a $NZ400 million capital raising program to partially fund the acquisition of Vodafone NZ.
An Undera footballer is fighting for his life after an incident during a Kyabram District League reserves game against Violet Town last Saturday.
THE Echuca mother charged over her daughter’s death in 2008 has walked free from court. Tania Walker, 35, charged with child homicide of 23-month-old Angela Bannister, appeared in Bendigo Magistrates Court on Tuesday for a bail application which...
The Clark family has always had firm plans for a future in the dairy industry.