All Start-up ideas

  • Dog trailer idea runs wild

    There’s a new invention that solves all the problems while running and walking with dogs, inspired by the inventors’ own pets. Read More
  • “Bloon” idea soars to new heights

    The ultimate flight experience may soon be no longer by private jet or rocket but could hark back to a more stately means of air travel – the hot air ... Read More
  • PossessedHand points to new technology

    If you’ve ever tried to learn the guitar, moving your fingers correctly can prove difficult. Now an invention by a group of Japanese scientists could ... Read More
  • Mummy Tummy for dads

    Researchers have created a vest for men, which they claim replicates the feeling of pregnancy, in a bid to give men some insight into what women go th... Read More
  • Retirement village for gay community

    Australia’s first gay and lesbian retirement village is being built on Geelong’s doorstep at Ballan, indicating there is demand for residential estate... Read More
  • US site a real body of work

    Women can get the skinny on their bodies on a new US-based website that aims to counteract the “thinspirational” stereotypes of models and celebrities... Read More
  • London Olympics floats new ideas

    London 2012 Olympic chiefs are considering creating a chain of floating hotels to accommodate visitors for the games, as businesses start to think abo... Read More
  • Bespoke business could suit

    More men are starting to suit up in blazers and button-up shirts, putting a structured edge on casual fashion, and there’s an emerging trend of having... Read More
  • History app highlights tourism opportunity

    Finding London’s Roman ruins amid the tangle of the modern city streets is a challenge for even the most experienced urban explorer, but a new free ap... Read More
  • Icebergs represent new water source

    A French engineer is planning to tow an iceberg from Antarctica to Australia in a trial product aimed at eliminating drought. Read More
  • ME Bank passes on full rate cut
  • Bank of Queensland the first to pass on rate cut
  • Europe concerns weighed heavily on RBA: Westpac's Bill Evans
  • Slowing global growth, subdued credit growth factors in rate cut: Glenn Stevens
  • Relief as RBA cuts rates by 25 basis points