A man in his 60s who drove international flight crews to their Sydney quarantine hotels has been confirmed as a new local COVID-19 case, sparking a scramble to prevent any community spread.
Australia's lowest-paid workers will receive a bigger pay rise than last year after the industrial umpire decided on an $18.80-a-week wage increase.
A Sydney man has been charged over an attempt to import more than 900 kilograms of cocaine into Australia.
Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo's removal of two Coca-Cola bottles during a press conference at the European Championship has coincided with a more than $A5 billion fall in the share price of the drinks giant.
A French court has ordered IKEA to pay a one million euro ($A1.6 million) fine for spying on its French staff after the world's biggest furniture retailer was found guilty of improperly gathering and storing data on its employees.
One in four Australian adults have now received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, with more than six million jabs administered across the country.
Scott Morrison has hailed a free trade deal with the United Kingdom as the most comprehensive and ambitious in Australia's history.
Victor Radley could be in hot water with the NRL again with the integrity unit investigating why he was kicked off a flight on the Gold Coast.
Telstra has doubled the number of spam calls it blocks in just four months, with its monthly tally now averaging around 13 million blocked calls.
Queensland is aiming to return to surplus as the state government uses a new accounting method to cut debt forecasts.