In December, consumers will return millions of packages to e-commerce shops each day. The flood of unwanted stuff has fuelled a hidden environmental crisis.
The millionaire's wife who was given a derisory Apple Card limit highlights an inbuilt bias of computer programs and algorithms.
TAL Australia is under fire for exploiting loopholes by using suspicious offshore email spammers to promote funeral insurance.
The cars may have a new type of Takata airbag linked to a death and a serious injury in two separate crashes in Australia, the ACCC said in an alert.
Shoppers will almost certainly be stung by higher honey prices as beekeepers struggle to keep their hives alive during what could be the worst season on record.
White wine and Australian summer go hand in hand, but traditional favourites are losing popularity to pretty pink drinks with female appeal.
Australians have had enough of business arrogance. Profit and institutional reputation seem to take precedence too often.
Online furniture marketplace Zanui says it can't process orders and has called for "urgent expressions of interest", as it appoints a voluntary administrator.
When it comes to flying, the government must place passengers' interests before those of the airlines or the airports.
Australia's airport lobby group says a 73 per cent increase in the cheapest available airfares between Sydney and Melbourne over the past nine years is proof that Qantas and Virgin's "cosy duopoly" is hurting consumers.
Few humans, having found some precious time, want to spend it reading through half a dozen different electricity deals written in language so opaque it makes you cry.
The Productivity Commission has found the nation's biggest airports are not misusing their market power and resoundingly rejected airlines' plea for tighter regulation of the monopoly assets.
The heart of craft beer’s ethos is quality over quantity, not getting teenagers drunk on the cheap and on the double.
Flight Centre has paid more than $250,000 in penalties after the ACCC pinged it over holiday promotional vouchers that 'were liable to mislead' customers.
The health regulator's criminal offences unit has launched an investigation into four clear teeth aligner companies after complaints from dental insiders
Tyre recyclers are claiming millions of dollars paid by motorists to have their tyres responsibly recycled but stockpiling the tyres.
A former Queensland financial adviser who fraudulently funnelled $6 million of his clients funds into an abalone farm has been sentenced to 12 years in jail.
The ACCC's analysis of 2018 petrol prices found it's worth shopping around, with independent chains proving significantly cheaper.
Volkswagen could be hit with even bigger fine than proposed $75m penalty for 'misleading or deceptive conduct' on diesel vehicles that cheated emissions tests.
The weekly mismatched meals made of leftovers are a key step in the family's fight to reduce its food waste.
They facilitate laziness instead of activity, solitude instead of socialisation and habit instead of exploration.
Blueberries have taken over in the land of the Big Banana, becoming the biggest crop for farmers in the Coffs Harbour area.
Private schools are providing financial assistance to students from families who are unable to afford the fees.
Sudden accidental deaths are always a time of shock and sadness for family and friends. When a young child is involved, the situation is all the more tragic.
Medibank and AMP have received gongs in Choice's annual "awards", along with some dodgy electronics, pet insurance and sugary cereal.
Nearly 70 per cent of millennial women have experienced financial abuse by a romantic partner. Let that sink in for a second.
Many are forgoing presents in favour of taking donations to aid their chosen charities.
Insiders claim the discounts could lead to customers being sold an unsuitable product.
Pre-loved clothing has moved beyond the op shop and weekend markets.
A new food app has been designed to lure customers off the couch and back into restaurants through discounted meal deals.