Australian travelers warn about Apple AirTag tracker placed in luggage in Bali: report
An Australian couple that traveled to Bali in Indonesia discovered an Apple AirTag had been placed in one of their bags, leading them to change their plans.
Qantas airline warns pilots of Chinese warships causing radio traffic interference over South China Sea
Australian pilots with Qantas airlines have experienced interference radio traffic coming from Chinese warships in the Pacific Ocean.
Australian tourist on Bali vacation has 'mini panic attack' over restaurant bill: 'Very costly mistake'
Geoff Murphy, an Australian tourist, recounted accidentally buying $1700 of wine in Bali, Indonesia before discovering the expensive charge to his bank account the next morning.
Russell Crowe, girlfriend refused service at Australian restaurant for not meeting dress code
A Japanese fusion restaurant in Melbourne, Australia reportedly turned Russell Crowe and his girlfriend away because the couple was wearing tennis attire ran afoul of the dress code.
Newmont makes $16.9B bid for Australia gold producer
The Newmont Corporation has made an indicative $16.9 billion takeover offer for Australia's top goldminer Newcrest Mining to combine the goldmining companies’ assets in China and Australia.
Australia will not print King Charles III on $5 bill, removing monarchy from banknotes
The Reserve Bank of Australia announced King Charles III will not be printed on the country's $5 notes following the transition from currency featuring Queen Elizabeth II.
Qantas Airways sees second flight incident in 2 days, as Fiji-bound plane has 'potential mechanical issue'
Qantas Airways suffered a second in-flight incident in two days after a plane traveling from Sydney to Fiji turned around over a "potential mechanical issue."
Qantas Airways Boeing plane issues mayday call after engine fails with a 'bang,' lands safely
A Boeing 737-888 plane operated by Qantas Airways landed safely in Sydney, Australia after its crew reported an engine malfunction and mayday call.
Crypto firm erroneously sent woman $7 million+ 'refund'
The cryptocurrency exchange company Crypto.com erroneously sent an Australian woman over $10 million AUD instead of a $100 refund, according to a legal document.
Australian bank will end loans for new gas and diesel cars in shift to electric vehicles
Bank Australia announced this week that it will stop offering loans for new gas and diesel cars in 2025 as part of the shift to electric vehicles.
Cam Smith wins Open Championship 2022: How much cash does he bring home?
Golfer Cam Smith of Australia came back from four strokes down to win the Open Championship in Scotland, his first major title, Sunday. How much does he win?
Ruble licks wounds, yen and franc hold firm with focus squarely on Ukraine
The ruble stabilised somewhat on Tuesday after its crash to an all-time low, while the safe-haven yen and Swiss franc were steady after their biggest rallies in almost seven weeks with traders focused squarely on the developing crisis in Ukraine.
Tesla inks deal to get key battery component outside China
Tesla has a deal with an Australian company to mine graphite from Mozambique to reduce dependence on China.
Australia to introduce new laws to force media platforms to unmask online trolls
Australia will introduce legislation to make social media giants provide details of users who post defamatory comments, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday.
EXPLAINER: Why quitting coal is so hard?
In the run-up to the U.N. climate talks in Glasgow, host Britain announced one of its goals of the conference was to consign coal to history. That turned out to be easier said that done
FDA recalls 2.2 million at-home coronavirus tests due to false positives
The FDA announced this week that the recall of more than 2.2 million at-home COVID-19 tests by digital diagnostics firm Ellume is being classified as a class 1 recall, which is the most serious type due to the potential for "serious adverse health consequences or death."
7-Eleven breached privacy laws by gathering data without consent: Australian commission
An Australian privacy commission determined that 7-Eleven breached customer privacy by collecting facial imagery without consent.
Supermarket giant ends in-store butcher service, moves to packaged meat
An Australian supermarket chain, Coles, will no longer offer in-store butcher services for customers, moving entirely to pre-packaged meat.
Steve Hilton: Australia now a ‘fascist state’ as strict coronavirus restrictions remain
'The Next Revolution' host Steve Hilton argues that Australia has gone too far with extreme coronavirus restrictions.
Analysis: Shut off from the world, Australia fosters red-hot growth at home
His happy dilemma is a reflection of an economy that is now larger than its pre-pandemic level. Exports are booming, consumer and business confidence are high and employment has beaten all expectations, with job vacancy rates at a 12 1/2 year high.