While the total number of business bankruptcies remained consistent from previous years, the foodservice industry was hit harder.

Momentum is brewing on the Brisbane River with Howard Smith Wharves gearing up to open its precinct of restaurants and bars, and the unveiling of the heritage-listed development's culinary team.

Victoria dominated this year, with South Australia hot on its heels.

With a shorter menu and smaller, cheaper pizzas than the original.

Some of the country's best fried chicken has landed down the coast.

After the tragic loss of the institution's co-owner, the cafe was open, but his regular seat at the end of the bar was empty.

Chef Mike Eggert and hospitality juggernaut Merivale have announced that they have found a permanent home in Bondi for their popular pop-up concept, Mr Liquor's Dirty Italian Disco.

The seafood-driven fine-diner will move from its Jones Bay Wharf location to The Star next month.

Melbourne is reeling after Sisto Malaspina, co-owner of institution restaurant and cafe Pellegrini's, was fatally stabbed on Friday.

Sydney not-for-profit, Wayside Chapel, is entering the foodservice industry with the launch of new social enterprise Heart Café that will offer a youth employment program designed to help disadvantaged people.

A freshly revamped Greenwood Hotel has relaunched in North Sydney with hospitality group, Tilley and Wills, in the driving seat.

Al fresco bar and eatery, The Terrace by e’cco, has opened in Newstead with former Madame Rouge Bar & Bistro head chef, Gert Pretorius, leading the kitchen.

Award-winning restaurant brand, Saké Restaurant & Bar, is taking to Sydney's Northern Beaches with its sixth venue launching on the new Manly Wharf rooftop on Friday November 9.

The Melbourne Food & Wine Festival returns next March, and on the lineup is a Karen Martini-led Bank of Melbourne World’s Longest Lunch celebrating International Women’s Day.