Boss Energy produces first uranium drum at Honeymoon

The value of uranium mining company Boss Energy continues to go nuclear, with the miner jumping three per cent in trading on Monday after announcing its first production of yellowcake from the recommissioned Honeymoon project in remote South Australia. The jump has pushed the market capitalisation of Boss to almost $2bn from just $37m in … Read more

Anthony Albanese travels to PNG to walk historic Kokoda Track for Anzac Day

Anthony Albanese will make history this week when he becomes the first sitting prime minister to walk part of the gruelling Kokoda Track. Accompanied by his Papua New Guinean counterpart James Marape, Australian Defence Force representatives and a select number of media, the group will walk from Kokoda Village through the unforgiving jungle to Isurava … Read more

Stage 3 shake-up examined by Labor in June 2022, FOI document reveal

Amendments to the later overhauled stage 3 tax cuts were examined by the federal government as early as June 2022, correspondence between Treasury and Treasurer Jim Chalmers’ office has revealed. A two-page ministerial submission, released under freedom of information laws, shows Treasury officials presented three separate options to amend the tax package in July 2022 … Read more

Coke creations: Coca-Cola K-Wave Zero Sugar lands in Australia with “fruity flavoured K-Pop magic”

A surprise new Coca-Cola flavour has been launched in Australia, taking inspiration from K-Pop music and fan mania. Coca-Cola K-Wave Zero Sugar has just landed Down Under, offering a refreshing limited-edition drink infused with a “burst of fruity-flavoured K-Pop magic”. It is one of many unusual flavours the cult-drink brand is releasing as part of … Read more