Tensions between the US and North Korea take another sour turn to knock Wall Street lower but the local sharemarket is still set for a positive start. .
Sarah Turner and Patrick Commins Energy stocks are the early winners after crude oil prices jumped overnight, but sharemarket gains are squashed by selling in the banks and retail stocks.
Clancy Yeates More than half the nation's ATMs will not be included in the major banks' blitz on cash machine fees, re-igniting calls for stronger action to ban or curb the charges.
Andrew Taylor A Seven Network cadet lost her job at the TV station soon after she made a complaint of sexual harassment about an older male reporter.
Nassim Khadem American race car driver Leilani Munter has faced her fair share of sexism.
elizabeth knight Veteran retailer Solomon Lew has unleashed his views on what he really thinks about Myer, and the verdict?
Cole Latimer, Nicole Hasham Major manufacturers are warning the gas shortage is crippling the industry and have called for urgent action to divert gas to the domestic market.
Nick Toscano An expert witness testifying in a landmark lawsuit against poker machines "copied and pasted" parts of his evidence from unattributed sources, including Wikipedia.
Sarah Turner Shares ended Monday's session with mild gains, as early strength faded along with share prices in the banking sector.
Mathew Dunckley The executives behind failed finance company City Pacific face a bill for $70 million after failing in their attempt to have a judgment against them overturned.