A thief has left a note blaming addiction and poverty after breaking into a cafe in Australia.
The Independent newspaper will publish its last print edition on March 26, and go digital only.
Jan Marshall fell in love with a scammer posing as a British engineer in Dubai, and lost her life savings.
Global stock markets are on their most dangerous footing in years. What's behind it?
Pukeko Pictures' remake of cult TV show to be screened on demand on Amazon.
Across the Tasman, the troubled retailer is losing over $3 million a week.
The Financial Markets Authority has challenged a High Court ruling that it breached a company's right to natural justice.
Seafood chain feeling the "Beyonce Bounce" after mention in star's song.
Luke and Leia and crew lead Walt Disney to a record profit.
Markets will improve 'but we aren't holding our hands singing Kumbaya,' says banking ceo.
The "world's most hated man" just can't catch a break.
Bank fears help push down world stock indexes for the third straight session.
Lobby group steps up campaign against auto industry pollution, accusing little Fiat SUV of releasing excessive levels of toxic diesel emissions.
"In today's global marketplace consumers have no idea about the conditions at the mine, factory, and assembly line."
Payton Manning's post game speech turned out to be beery good for Budweiser.
A serious motor bike accident set Jake Tyson on the path to becoming the Handsome Handyman.
Audiences are loving stories about greed on Wall Street and the lives of the super wealthy.
Fears of a global slowdown will not die off, sending US markets diving.
Advertisers pay $7 million for 30 seconds of air time to engage 100 million Super Bowl viewers.
ANZ has dragged other major banks into the "toxic culture" claims made by sacked trader Etienne Alexiou.
Swedish furniture giant IKEA has lost the right to use its own brand name in Indonesia after a legal battle.
World's 'most hated' man sparks outrage at US congressional hearing.
Wellington company's wearable technology for dogs can track behaviour and weight loss.
Woman takes video of an unusual extra in her salad bag - a large, wriggling Huntsman.
Playboy is going Suitable For Work, sort of, and for the first time we could show you what's inside.
Gaffe by Australian supermarket chain Coles tickles Chinese speakers in the country.
Google's internet search chief is stepping down.
The customer is always right, goes the saying. But if you're rude, don't expect that maxim to apply universally as one man found out.
Three tech firms helped spread rumours and doctored photos of deformed chickens. Now they're paying for it.
OPINION: It was once the "go to" site on the internet. Now Yahoo is basically a laughing stock.