Anna Bligh

"Radical", "crazy" and "utterly irresponsible"

Economists are not impressed with Clive Palmer's plan to cap home loan rates

King takes ABA chair amid Westpac woes

The Westpac boss has been appointed as chair of the peak body even as the bank faces multiple legal actions

ABA revamps hardship rules

The revamp comes as loan deferrals and hardship assistance continue to decline

Government to probe branch closures

A task force will examine how branch closures impact regional communities

Hardship cases spike as borrowers feel lockdown pinch – ABA

Hardship assistance to borrowers has nearly tripled over the past month

APRA backs banks offering relief to lockdown-impacted borrowers

As the lockdowns drag on, the prudential regulator is backing banks' play to help distressed borrowers

What the proposed changes to responsible lending laws mean for lenders and borrowers

Banking sector lauds the reforms, but senators and consumer groups push back

ABA announces relief for borrowers affected by lockdowns

In a move praised by the government, the banking organization is extending deferrals and other relief to mortgage borrowers

Mortgage relief available for mouse plague victims

Experts warn the rodent onslaught in eastern Australia could last two years