Train 2: BG gas starts to flow from Surat Basin to China

GAS giant BG group has announced commercial operations have begun from the second train at its Queensland Curtis liquid natural gas plant.

$60 million hotel plan aims for an eco-friendly development

Artist’s impression of the resort from the air.

A Coast couple hope to develop a 5-6 star luxury resort in Buderim

Bechtel hands over to BG Group

Paul Bruner, QGC General Manager Midstream Operations and Jeff Baillie, QGC Midstream Director.

Tools down for Bechtel workers on Curtis Island LNG plant QCLNG

Life goes on: Economic realities survive terror

Life does go on, as the people of Paris are so powerfully demonstrating.

At the end of the day, we all need to make a living.

Villa owners dig in at Clive's resort as water, power cut

Coolum Palmer Resort villa part-owner Maree Frecklington is determined to remain at her property despite apparent efforts by management to make life very uncomfortable.

Villa part-owners' resolve strengthened by strong-arm tactics

New facts emerge about Australians and cybercrime

Australians have an interesting relationship with cybercrime

Aussie dollar clawing back ground

AUD managed to claw back some ground overnight.

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Mining links prevent unis from divesting in fossil fuels

AUSTRALIAN universities have been quick to promote their commitment to sustainability, but slow to divest their fossil fuel investments.

Negative gearing does not mainly benefit average earners

Australian Assistant Treasurer Kelly O'Dwyer speaks during a press conference at Parliament House in Canberra, Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2015.

Fact-checking hasn't left the Small Business Minister looking good

Jetstar and Virgin caught out for drip pricing

A Virgin flight takes off at the Maroochy Airport. Photo Barry Leddicoat / Sunshine Coast Daily

Jetstar and Virgin caught out for overlooking mobile commerce

Aussie dollar climbs despite lacklustre iron price

A large sum of money was discovered on a Mackay street last night

Aussie dollar up even during a strong moment for the greenback

The tax system can play a role in Australian innovation

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Should income tax be used stimulate the economy

Most young Aussies have no savings plan: research

NEST EGG?: Debate is underway on whether first-home buyers should be allowed to access their superannuation to buy a property. Photo: Getty Images

Men say they struggle with expenses, women say not earning enough

Financial planner says divorce is costly for everyone

Divorce might be emotionally devastating, but it’s also not cheap

J880DW Review: The Bro does the job

THE Brother J880DW feels like a Swiss army knife with its ability to handle almost anything from any direction.

Death of the desktop? Not with this amazing iMac

Apple's iMacs are faster, more powerful and feature better 4k and 5k displays.

Apple's latest 27-inch 5K Retina display iMac is one superb machine

Melanoma app to help Aussies catch cancer early

This is a melanoma and should be treated immediately.

MONITORING your moles? There's an app for that.

Microsoft opens first flagship store outside US in Sydney

Microsoft flagship store Sydney

Store includes one stop shop for technical questions, troubleshooting

International shares offer good opportunities

IT'S a challenging time to be an investor – the Australian dollar is plunging and stock markets are all over the place.

Franking credits: From little things, big investments grow

Small franking credits can improve your life after retirement

A brief history of capital gains tax on your family home

Noel Whittaker

Capital gains tax on the family home is causing a lot of confusion

Identity theft on the rise – take greater care

Paul Clitheroe

Be on your wits so online shopping doesn't become identity theft

WATERCOOLER: How's the economy? Is it better or worse now?

Hard to read, even harder to manage – the Australian economy.

Hoarding cash doesn't work

Paul Clitheroe

There are serial hoarders of cash out there, all making a bad choice

How the talk of tax reform will pan out

Noel Whittaker

Tax reform is back on the table, and the talk will be predictable

Halo 5: Guardians makes history with $400m in sales

HALO 5: Guardians has made history for the biggest Halo launch and the fastest-selling Xbox One game with more than $400 million in global sales.

Apple TV: Australian prices not for the faint-hearted

Apple launches pre-orders for new Siri-powered gaming, movies box

Virgin Mobile research claims we're afraid of data limits

An introduction to a variety of free tools and apps to make the most of your smartphone.

We are a nation that is hungry for data

Microsoft unveils new Surface Book to rival Apple

Microsoft Surface Book

Tech giant announces new Lumia, Microsoft Band and Xbox offers

Review: World of Warships

Captain, my Captain, you're Captain, everyone's a captain

Apple TV, bigger iPad, new iPhone 6s unveiled

The all-new Apple TV features a Siri remote which can also be used for gaming.

Apple TV features voice control, Siri Remote and new tvOS

MediPen: We tried out the UK’s first legal cannabis vape

MediPen: We tried out the UK’s first legal cannabis vape