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12 January 2018 12:49 AM Emirates to end A380 services to Brisbane

The Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger plane, looks set to disappear from Brisbane skies later this year, with Emirates replacing its services with Boeing 777s from June. But the Dubai-based airline said the move, which would disappoint the city’s band of plane-watchers, might be only temporary. The A380 services between Brisbane, Dubai and Auckland 10

11 January 2018 12:58 AM ACT Brumbies recruit Matt Lucas comes from one of Australia's best rugby families

Tom has captained the Australian sevens side and was only denied an Olympic berth after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament last year. He has since recovered and is preparing for the Commonwealth Games in April. Ben won a Super Rugby title with the Queensland Reds before joining Montpellier and now plies his trade in Japan, while Isaac is on the books 9

6 January 2018 5:25 AM Marc Leishman stays hot to share PGA Maui lead

Maui: Marc Leishman has fended off charges from big guns Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth to stay atop the leaderboard after the second round of the Tournament of Champions in Hawaii. After setting the pace following the first round at Kapalua's Plantation course on Maui, Leishman battled a misbehaving putter to scratch out a four-under-par 69 and at 10 under 18

3 January 2018 5:11 AM Big Bash 2018: David Warner slams Graeme Swann's commentary as a waste of money

Australia would go on to win the 2013/14 Ashes in a 5-0 whitewash, with Warner scoring more runs than any other player, and posting two centuries. This is not the first time Warner has clashed with an England player off the field - he was in an altercation with Joe Root in a Birmingham nightclub in 2013, later saying that he felt the current England 24

28 December 2017 10:56 PM QBE agrees to settle class action for $132.5m

QBE was sued by Money Max Int in 2015 on behalf of a group of shareholders wanting to recover money lost when the insurer's share price suffered its biggest single-day fall in more than a decade in December 2013. Money Max claimed that QBE failed to comply with continuous disclosure obligations and engaged in false and misleading conduct in the lead-up 27

25 December 2017 9:46 AM Darren Lehmann to finish as Australian coach in 2019

Australian cricket coach Darren Lehmann plans to hand over the reins at the end of 2019, saying his current contract will be his last. "That will be it," Lehmann told Fox Sports in an interview on Christmas Day. "For me, I've had a great time and really enjoyed the role and [I'm] loving it still. The former Test batsman last year extended his contract 49

22 December 2017 11:26 PM Laundry cartel case against Cussons dismissed

The Federal Court has dismissed a cartel behaviour case brought against laundry detergent manufacturer Cussons by Australia's consumer watchdog. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) brought the case against PZ Cussons Australia in 2013, alleging the company engaged in cartel conduct by arranging with Colgate and Unilever to stop supplying 44

19 December 2017 9:08 AM Travers 'Candyman' Beynon forced to pay $39k to former 'right-hand man'

Gold Coast tobacco businessman Travers “The Candyman” Beynon has been ordered to pay his former “right-hand man” more than $30,000 in compensation over his sacking in 2015. On Tuesday, Justice Berna Collier ordered Mr Beynon and his company Free Choice pay out former general manager Andrew Whelan $39,786 after he was dismissed without notice and unpaid 52

13 December 2017 3:55 AM Watchdog clears police over Premier's wife Catherine Andrews' car crash case

Victoria's corruption watchdog has found Victoria Police did nothing improper in their investigation of two police officers' handling of a serious car crash involving Premier Daniel Andrews, his wife and a teenage boy on a bicycle. The Independent Broad-based Anti-Corruption Commission on Wednesday cleared police of any wrongdoing in their internal investigation 66

8 December 2017 10:14 AM Federal government procurement spend hits $47 billion in 2016-17

The Coalition government's moves to cut 15,000 public service jobs has coincided with a doubling in spending on private consultants with specialist skills, with the big four consultancy firms winning billions in work since 2012-13. A new report from the Australian National Audit Office showed federal government consultancy contracts established because 73