• Record Sydney home sales fuel bubble fears

    SYDNEYSIDERS wanting to sell their homes have never had it easier. The proportion of successful house auctions in Australia's largest city was above 80 per cent at the weekend for the fourth week in a row. That is the longest stretch on record and highlights the potential consequences of ...

  • Australia business investment at 3yr low, outlook tough

    [SYDNEY] Australian business investment fell to a three-year low last quarter as miners retrenched in the face of sliding commodity prices, a black mark for the economy that adds to the case for further cuts in interest rates.

  • Australia plans fees for foreign buyers

    SYDNEY — Australia plans to charge fees to foreign nationals buying residential property and fine those who break foreign investment laws in an attempt to cool one of the world's hottest property markets, but experts doubt it will make housing more affordable.

  • Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak injured on Australia duty

    Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak faces a race to be fit for Australia after sustaining an ankle injury in their opening Asian Cup game. Jedinak, 30, scored a penalty in the Socceroos’ 4-1 win against Kuwait in Melbourne on Friday but twisted his left ankle during the first half. Television pictures in ...

  • Dexus buys Sydney business park

    THE wealthy Mitchell family has sold the Lakes Business Park in South Sydney to Dexus Property Group for $153.5 million.

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    Australia: opportunità agli antipodi per chi sa guardare lontano

    L'Australia é abitata da circa 40.000 anni, ma gli europei ne ignorarono l’esistenza fino al XVII secolo, quando nel 1606 il navigatore olandese Willem Janszoon, scoprì il "nuovissimo continente".   Con l'arrivo - nel 1770 - dell'allora tenente di marina del Regno Unito, James Cook, i due terzi orientali del paese vennero reclamati dal Regno Unito ...

  • Australia's economy slows as private investment weakens

    Australia's economy slowed more than expected in the third quarter, dragged down by falling private investment, data showed Wednesday, in another sign of the nation's rocky transition away from mining-led growth.

  • U.S., Australia say momentum building on TPP trade deal

    Momentum is building toward a pan-Pacific trade agreement, representatives of Australia and the United States said Saturday, as talks between trade ministers began in Sydney. The Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would encompass 40 percent of the global economy and include 12 nations, has been the subject of negotiations for years. U.S. ...


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  • Australia Retail Sales Miss Expectations

    Australian retail sales rose by less than expected in August, damping hopes of a recovery in consumer spending that is needed to support growth as a mining boom fades.

  • Uber rolls out its business service in Australia

    Online car hire business may be facing heat from regulators across the globe but that hasn’t cooled its desire to make things as difficult as possible for the taxi giant Cabcharge in Australia.