Social media giant Meta has announced it will stop paying for Australian news content in an announcement that has sent shockwaves through the industry. The Facebook and Instagram parent company informed executives at the country’s largest news publishers in a series of phone calls on Friday morning that deals, worth
NSW Treasurer Daniel Mookhey has called on his federal counterpart to fast track when states can receive financial incentives to speed up the building of hundreds of thousands of homes. Under the National Housing Accords, states and territories have been tasked with delivering a combined 1.2m homes over five years,
An award-winning teacher and mother-of-two has been declared dead by a coronial inquest more than 26 years after she was hoodwinked by her lover and vanished without a trace. The mysterious circumstances surrounding the 1997 disappearance of Marion Barter, 51, were laid bare by NSW coroner Teresa O’Sullivan on Thursday.
Billionaire media mogul James Packer has given an extraordinarily candid interview, delving into both his personal life and his views on the broader business world. Speaking to The Nightly, a newly launched newspaper, Mr Packer said he would never do business in China, nor would he dabble in the casino
A British Airways supervisor is on the run in India accused of organising a £3 million ($5.8 million) immigration scam for around five years — from his check-in desk at London’s Heathrow Airport. The suspect, 24, who worked at Terminal 5, is said to have charged customers £25,000 ($48,000) a
Australian soccer fans have been left fuming after losing out on their chance to own the legendary purple goalkeeper jersey worn by Matildas star Mackenzie Arnold that sold out in minutes on Tuesday. Matildas diehards, who were unable to buy the jersey at the World Cup, have taken to social
A senior NSW planning bureaucrat stood down amid parliamentary allegations she used insider information for the purchase of a $3.8m home “was not involved” in direct discussions, the chief planning department boss has revealed in budget estimates. Earlier this month, Liberal MP Alister Henskens alleged under parliamentary privilege that a
Heightened tensions in the Red Sea has led a major luxury cruise line to cancel all of its sailings into Australia. US-based cruise line Virgin Voyages has announced it will cancel all sailings by luxury, adults-only ship Resilient Lady to Australia starting later 2024 and early 2025. It comes as