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Sun 23 Sep 2018

Vulgar costume pulled from site

Vulgar costume pulled from site

AN online retailer has been forced to pull a Halloween costume from its site after severe backlash from women online, who claim it is offensive and tone deaf.

Sat 22 Sep 2018

Secret to Chemist Warehouse’s win

Secret to Chemist Warehouse’s win

THEY’RE full of garish signage and towering shelves. But it seems we can’t get enough of this retailer. Here’s why.

Why Aldi doesn’t sell chooks

Why Aldi doesn’t sell chooks

COLES and Woolies sell 90 million roast chooks every year. Aldi’s boss has revealed why the discount supermarket won’t do it.

From $20k debt to $20m empire

From $20k debt to $20m empire

IN 2009, Aaron Smith was broke, out of work and living with his parents. Today, just a handful of years later, he’s worth millions.

Three-quarters of Aussies want more diversity in advertising

Three-quarters of Aussies want more diversity in advertising

A MAJOR media player has joined the community's fight against the lack of diversity in advertising - and here's how you can benefit.

Fri 21 Sep 2018

Second language can give you the job edge

Second language can give you the job edge

IF you speak a second language or come from a multicultural background, listing it on your resume can pay off, big time.

How Echo Show will change way we live at home

How Echo Show will change way we live at home

THERE is a new gadget making life easier in a world that seems to becoming busier. The Amazon Alexa is changing the way we live at home.

Are you the mystery $30m Powerball winner?

Are you the mystery $30m Powerball winner?

A TASMANIAN player has won a $30 million Powerball jackpot on their own — but is yet to claim their prize.

The jobs that are set to disappear in Australia

The jobs that are set to disappear in Australia

A MAJOR inquiry into the future of work in Australia has revealed the type of job that won’t be around much longer and what skills you will need.

Amazon announces new Alexa-powered devices at HQ event

Amazon announces new Alexa-powered devices at HQ event

IN YEARS to come we will wonder how we ever lived without such sophisticated technology. Today, the world says hello to Amazon's newest gadgets.

Thu 20 Sep 2018

Family left homeless after insurance fight

Family left homeless after insurance fight

A MUM of two children with special needs has broken down on the witness stand after describing her “atrocious” battle with Suncorp.

The Aussie jobs that are set to disappear

The Aussie jobs that are set to disappear

A MAJOR inquiry into the future of work in Australia has revealed the type of job that won’t be around much longer and what skills you will need.

How drop in migration would hit Aussies hard: analyst warns

How drop in migration would hit Aussies hard: analyst warns

A COLLAPSE in overseas migration into Australia could act as a major drag on the property market and the economy for years, latest analysis warns.

Couple earns $150k but feel poorer than ever

Couple earns $150k but feel poorer than ever

DOUBLING your income to six figures might sound like a great idea, but this couple feels poorer than ever — and it has a lot to do with Sydney.

This CV mistake could get you fired

This CV mistake could get you fired

UP TO 80 per cent of us do it — but at the extreme end of the scale, it could cost you your job or land you in court.

Dodgy Westpac doc reveals ‘fraud’

Dodgy Westpac doc reveals ‘fraud’

AN INTERNAL tracker document allegedly shows how Westpac staff committed “fraud” on an elderly couple.

How Google plans to invade your car

How Google plans to invade your car

THE tech giant is not content with dominating your smartphone.

Fake bank apps trick users

Fake bank apps trick users

SCAMMERS have tricked 1000 Australian customers of the ANZ and Commonwealth Banks to reveal their secret details after creating fake downloadable apps.

'HOUSE OF CARDS’: Property gurus take on PM’s dire warning

'HOUSE OF CARDS’: Property gurus take on PM’s dire warning

THE PM says a bold property plan would “invite a housing market crash”. But some experts have accused him of blatant exaggeration.

Easy way to save $622 a year

Easy way to save $622 a year

THIS website has helped about 1600 people shave an average of $622 off their annual bills — and there’s only a slight catch.

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