Sarah Kimmorley

Sarah is an editor for Business Insider.

When she's not talking to CEOs and entrepreneurs about their next big idea, she is following the latest breaking news.

She has been with the site since May 2013.

What's Happening

21 successful Australian female tech executives share the advice they wish they could tell their younger selves


10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


Julie Bishop will resign from Australian politics at the coming election



10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


10 things you need to know this morning in Australia



Australia's major political parties have been hacked months out from a federal election, PM reveals


10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


It looks like Amazon Web Services is down some parts of Sydney


Australia will reopen its Christmas Island detention centre


A dusty haze is settling over Sydney, and people are capturing some amazing photos



17 Australians have reportedly been detained in China as part of the country's crackdown on Uighur Muslims


The Australian Federal Parliament's computer network has been hacked, and China might be behind it


Banking Royal Commission draws blood: NAB chairman Ken Henry and CEO Andrew Thorburn are out


David Jones' CEO is out



10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


Australian fintech leaders and startup founders react to the Hayne royal commission final report


This red winemaker who worked on Penfolds' Grange reveals the biggest mistakes people make with red wine


10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


Sendle raises $20 million to double down on its challenge to Australia Post


The remains of Captain Matthew Flinders, the first person to circumnavigate Australia, have been found under a train station in London


7 habits of highly effective and successful people


10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


FEELING THE HEAT: Adelaide records hottest day ever, hits a sweltering 46.3C


The Liberal Party is making a push into digital, with Tony Abbott leading the charge


Kelly O'Dwyer says a miscarriage in Parliament House was a key factor in her decision to quit politics


Australian police say they've busted a $1 million syndicate selling stolen baby formula on the black market


10 things you need to know this morning in Australia


Airline cabin crew were allegedly drug mules for a $20 million smuggling ring busted by Australian police


Parts of NSW will hit 47 degrees today as a heatwave sweeps across the country


Pressure for pill testing is mounting after yet another music festival death -- the fifth in four months


'I can't keep doing this': Andy Murray says he may retire after the Australian Open


A snake covered in more than 500 paralysis ticks was found in someone's pool in Queensland


A Sydney schoolboy has died following an avalanche in Austria


There has been yet another shark attack in the Whitsundays. This time it was off Hamilton Island.


7 successful Australian executives share their business predictions for 2019


A man has been arrested over the suspicious packages delivered to US and UK consulates in Australia


The needle saga continues after pins were found in a Melbourne train seat


Morrison is at the centre of Australia's first political meme of 2019 after a Photoshop fail


Thai authorities will not deport Saudi teen seeking asylum in Australia


26 books everyone should read in their lifetime, according to Australian executives


4 Australian executives reflect on the themes of 2018


6 successful Australian entrepreneurs share their favourite apps of 2018


'This thunderstorm is very dangerous': Sydney is about to get whacked with rain and hail


Commonwealth Bank launches China's Alipay in Australia


Here's what 8 Australian CEOs want for Christmas


5 trends to expect in 2019, according to a futurist


Corruption investigators have raided Labor offices and it's reportedly over links to Chinese influence