Master Builders Australia has made a public call for the government to inject $13 billion worth of stimulus funds into the sector, as the industry
Home Chef, one of the largest meal kit delivery services based in the U.S. has suffered a data breach that has seen details of eight
Airline EasyJet could face up to £18 billion (AUD $33 billion) in compensation payments to passengers that had their information leaked by a third-party in
Nearly half of Australian small businesses have considered closing their doors indefinitely, according to a new report, amounting to a $50 billion hit to the
Scott Morrison has announced his government will not pursue its ‘Ensuring Integrity Bill’ through the Senate, and has confirmed that the Industrial Relations Minister will
A technology company has put its employees to the cybersecurity test with a clever email phishing campaign, and said that 34% of its employees failed
A German court has ruled that Volkswagen is liable for compensation payments to potentially 60,000 owners of vehicles fitted with illegal emission-defeating software, five years
A new report has shown that Australia is at risk of becoming a “dumping ground” for some of the world’s least economical and environmental vehicles
“Toll Group failed to secure their network even after the first attack,” the anonymous poster commented. “We have more than 200GB of archives of their private data,” they added.
Investments in, and the deployment of renewable energy in Australia is at an all-time high, in what’s being nicknamed “a remarkable year” for sustainable energy development, according to the latest report from the Clean Energy Council.
Australia is set to be impacted by the largest economic contraction recorded since the 1930s, and the Reserve Bank has overnight slashed cash rates to record-lows as it plans for Australia’s post-pandemic recovery efforts amid fierce jumps in the unemployment rate and drops in national output.
Virgin Australia has officially entered voluntary administration, announcing that Deloitte’s John Greig, Sal Algeri, Richard Hughes and Vaughn Strawbridge will take control of the airline as it continues its domestic services.