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Thu 21 Feb 2019

New car technology ensures you always gain green lights

New car technology ensures you always gain green lights

New technology promises to take the anxiety out of this common road gripe but it could come at the expense of other road users.

Bank victims to get second chance

Bank victims to get second chance

Labor has revealed the cornerstone of its response to the banking royal commission — an “unprecedented” scheme to compensate customers.

Samsung Galaxy S10 wide camera will be winner for Aussies

Samsung Galaxy S10 wide camera will be winner for Aussies

A SUPER wide angle camera is set to be the winner for Samsung's 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 phone which was unveiled in San Francisco today.

Fashion blogger says Samsung S10 range 'gorgeous'

Fashion blogger says Samsung S10 range 'gorgeous'

Fashion blogger Nadia Fairfax described it as “almost like a Diamond ring, you want to show it off, to show that you have the latest one”.

Why you may cheat on the Galaxy S10

Why you may cheat on the Galaxy S10

It’s good-looking, well dressed, and loaded with personality. But there are reasons why you might be tempted to cheat on the Samsung Galaxy S10+.

Samsung launches flexible Galaxy Fold

Samsung launches flexible Galaxy Fold

In an unprecedented launch, Samsung has revealed five new flagship smartphones, including a handset that folds out to become a tablet.

$400k Michel’s Patisserie disaster

$400k Michel’s Patisserie disaster

A Queensland couple was promised a Michel’s Patisserie store could bring in $12,000 per week. In just over a year, the store was abandoned.

Wed 20 Feb 2019

Hidden way your drug use is tracked

Hidden way your drug use is tracked

Australians are using tonnes of meth, cocaine, MDMA and heroin, costing them billions and the government has a sneaky way of finding out.

Disgraced bank boss’s $1m payday

Disgraced bank boss’s $1m payday

NAB CEO Andrew Thorburn will walk away from the top job with his pockets well and truly lined despite the bank’s shocking behaviour.

Powerball jackpots to $30 million

Powerball jackpots to $30 million

As $30 million goes up for grabs in tomorrow’s Powerball draw, lotto officials have revealed the most frequently drawn numbers in the past eight months.

Traffic jams: why you’re the problem

Traffic jams: why you’re the problem

If congestion busting technology is to become a reality, an expert says, we need to remove all human involvement in the transport network.

Tue 19 Feb 2019

What to expect from Samsung’s mega event

What to expect from Samsung’s mega event

THE world’s biggest smartphone maker is about to unveil its latest tech, including a device that’s been a very long time in the making.

World panics over Aussie cyber attack

World panics over Aussie cyber attack

Fears are growing after a “sophisticated state actor” targeted Parliament ahead of the election, just as US entities were hit by Iran and China.

Mon 18 Feb 2019

Aussie icon’s value cut from $147m to zero

Aussie icon’s value cut from $147m to zero

Coca-Cola Amatil says it’s confident for the future of the canned fruit and vegetable business despite its value being slashed.

Bill limiting super rort to cost AMP

Bill limiting super rort to cost AMP

AMP will lose up to $30 million a year if a bill is passed forcing the wealth management company to hand over 370,000 superannuation accounts.

How Jordan cracked billionaire club

How Jordan cracked billionaire club

MICHAEL Jordan has always been Nike’s best investment, but it wasn’t until a recent business deal that the NBA legend joined the billionaire’s club.

Why Tesla should worry about this ute

Why Tesla should worry about this ute

TESLA has new competition popping up everywhere and now the company founded by the world’s richest man is joining the fight.

Man’s perfect revenge after $64k mistake

Man’s perfect revenge after $64k mistake

Mark MacLeod lost tens of thousands of dollars thanks to one simple mistake made by his boss. Now he’s had the ultimate payback.

Sat 16 Feb 2019

Town’s cheeky nod to iconic biscuit

Town’s cheeky nod to iconic biscuit

It’s the national day of our favourite sweet treat and one Aussie town is celebrating in style.

Big problem with strange sex apps

Big problem with strange sex apps

A series of apps promise to make it much easier to let your partner know you’re in the mood — but there’s a big problem.

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