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Rio Tinto has been slapped with a further bill of $352m relating to denied interest deductions on a loan the mining giant used to pay an intragroup dividend in 2015.
Queensland’s gaming regulator and police force, are probing allegations that The Star Entertainment Group courted high-risk gamblers while knowing of weaknesses in its anti money laundering regime.
It‘s 19 years since GoPro’s American founder Nick Woodman made his fateful trip to Australia and wanted to capture high quality surfing action. The legend goes that Woodman, who later would be a billionaire, sold beads and shells as...
The peak body for insurers has accepted a 13-point plan in a bid to fix commercial affordability issues, including for the first time forming an advisory council to allow businesses to air their grievances.
BHP has opened a new nickel sulphate plant in Kwinana as the mining giant accelerates its move into the battery sector.
Scientists claim to have observed a new form supernova explosions which may “prematurely cause the star to explode”, according to ANU astrophysicist and cosmologist Dr Brad Tucker. “We know that there’s a few different mechanisms for causing stars to...
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Space X is preparing to fire up its Falcon 9 rocket for a Halloween launch with the Crew-3 mission scheduled to lift off early tomorrow morning, according to ANU astrophysicist and cosmologist Dr Brad Tucker. “They’re launching it, I...
Time loops are an interesting narrative device that are a well-established part of popular culture nowadays – not only in the form of the classic 1993 film Groundhog Day and the Netflix series Russian Doll, but also from video...
Aspiring uranium producer, Deep Yellow Limited has served up a milestone achievement in its ambitions to bring its Tumas uranium project in Namibia into production. Definitive feasibility study, or “DFS”, drilling has returned a cracking 121 per cent lift...

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