ABC.net.au - Business Will more housing drive down prices? 2017-04-25T17:57:17.000000000+10:00 Opinion is divided on whether increased supply will help make housing more affordable or just fuel an already overheated housing market. ASX looks to attract international start-ups for diversity boost 2017-04-25T16:06:56.000000000+10:00 An Israeli medicinal cannabis start-up is one of the latest firms to list on the Australian stock exchange, as the ASX seeks to diversify its traditionally resource-dominant stock offering. Drop in mining royalties due to blackout to hurt SA budget 2017-04-25T12:13:27.000000000+10:00 The statewide blackout that hit South Australia last September is likely to have an impact on this year's state budget, Treasury says. Push to unseat Kelly O'Dwyer during maternity leave a coincidence, campaigner says 2017-04-24T20:17:49.000000000+10:00 The timing of a push to unseat Financial Services Minister Kelly O'Dwyer, just 10 days after she gave birth to her second child, is incidental, according to the man leading the campaign, who says he is more concerned with her role in creating the Government's superannuation changes. Case of Alice Springs hot air balloon death to return to court 2017-04-24T17:37:35.000000000+10:00 Stephanie Bernoth died in 2013 when her scarf was sucked into a hot air balloon inflation fan, and now criminal proceedings can continue, with the NT Supreme Court overruling an earlier judgement. Food labels need to be clearer for people with allergies, experts say 2017-04-24T14:31:37.000000000+10:00 Warnings printed on packaged foods in supermarkets across Australia are now so overused they have lost meaning for consumers wary of triggering an allergic response, experts say. Tatts takeover battle heats up with amended revised offer 2017-04-24T14:23:50.000000000+10:00 The Pacific Consortium fires the latest shot in its battle with Tabcorp to buy out gaming firm Tatts. Shares, euro, Aussie dollar gain on French election result 2017-04-24T12:47:11.000000000+10:00 The Australian share market and dollar are beneficiaries of Emmanuel Macron's victory in the first round of the French presidential election, as the centrist looks increasingly likely to win the run-off. Victoria lures businesses with $90m carrot to boost jobs 2017-04-24T09:49:40.000000000+10:00 Victoria will spend $90 million to attract businesses to the state to boost employment and the economy as car manufacturing and other industries wind down, the State Government says. Housing market has peaked, says giant investment bank 2017-04-24T08:39:37.000000000+10:00 The Australian housing market is at its peak in the opinion of economists from global investment banking giant UBS.