Graincorp says full-year earnings could rise by as much as two thirds and underlying profit treble to up to $160 million.
Taxi payments system operator Cabcharge has slumped to a half-year loss of $106.75 million on the back of writedowns and impairments.
Gladys Berejiklian has met Benjamin Netanyahu for official talks in Sydney.
Katter Party MP Shane Knuth won't yet commit to contesting the next Queensland election after his seat vanished in a redraft of electoral districts.
Controversial Dutch politician Geert Wilders has cancelled his week of public appearances after a security leak.
The head of the Reserve Bank says some companies will invest elsewhere if Australia does not cut company tax rates.
The Reserve Bank is reluctant to cut interest rates further and is expecting growth of three per cent in the current calendar year.
It may be 40 years ago in March but, for some Australian fans lucky enough to see them in concert, the memories remain.
Queensland's Shadow Treasurer Scott Emerson plans to contest the new Brisbane seat of Maiwar, with his existing Indooroopilly electorate to vanish.
The head of the Reserve Bank says Australia will see the benefits of a pickup in the global economy.
Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe says the depreciation of the Australian dollar in recent years has helped some industries but it needs to fall further.
Attorney-General George Brandis has been accused of misleading the Senate over his handling of the Bell Group liquidation fallout.
Rupert Murdoch says News Corp Australia's Susan Panuccio's "superb work" makes her the ideal successor to CFO Bedi A Singh.
Billabong has posted a $16 million net loss for the six months to December 31 after revenue declined 9.6 per cent to $511 million.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull insists the immigration program is a nation-building exercise amid calls from Tony Abbott to scale it back.
The prime minister says a drug injecting facility in Sydney has been a success, days after the Victorian government baulked at calls to open one in Melbourne.
Labor leader Bill Shorten has met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for official talks.