Money

Wed 21 Nov 2018

ASX braces for another bloodbath

ASX braces for another bloodbath

The Australian share market is set to dive amid a global equities sell-off, with oil and metals prices also falling and the Aussie dollar taking a hit overnight

Damning note reveals how far CBA sunk

Damning note reveals how far CBA sunk

It’s the simple handwritten note that it has been claimed showed the bank’s top boss knew they were short changing customers. It could cost millions to fix.

Tue 20 Nov 2018

How schoolyard rap gained national wrap

How schoolyard rap gained national wrap

A North Queensland high school student rapped her way to national recognition. WATCH THE FILM CLIP HERE

‘Civil war’ behind bitcoin crash

‘Civil war’ behind bitcoin crash

Bitcoin has crashed below $US5000 for the first time in 13 months, and it’s all because of a civil war between two of crypto’s biggest names.

Mon 19 Nov 2018

Sneaky Centrelink cheat Aussies do to make money

Sneaky Centrelink cheat Aussies do to make money

MORE than 70 Australians a day are caught using a sneaky trick to rake in thousands of dollars. Now, an angry pollie says he’s had enough.

Solar power grants for homes and businesses

Solar power grants for homes and businesses

Gladstone householders can go online to apply for interest-free loans and grants

Sat 17 Nov 2018

What falling house prices mean

What falling house prices mean

After months of worrying news on the property market, there is a glimmer of hope on housing prices. And it all comes down to your expectations.

Thu 15 Nov 2018

The tradies in demand across Australia

The tradies in demand across Australia

THESE tradies are in high demand across Australia. Jobs ads are exploding while employers struggle to find skilled candidates.

How to avoid a cafe rip-off

How to avoid a cafe rip-off

Aussie diners are often hit with sneaky fees when eating out — but a new campaign aims to finally make them a thing of the past.

Wed 14 Nov 2018

'Miserable view': Former PM slams proposals for retirement

'Miserable view': Former PM slams proposals for retirement

FORMER prime minister Paul Keating has blasted a report that supports raising the retirement age as having a “miserable view” of society.

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