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Two major Aussie brands refuse to comply with Islamic law anymore

Two major cereal manufacturers have made the decision to scrap halal certification. Kellogg’s and Sanitarium have said their products don’t...
Economy
18 Jul

Let's Talk: Would you shop at midnight if groceries were cheaper?

The thought of shopping in the dead of night may sound unappealing but if it meant you could save hundreds...
Economy
17 Jul

Julie Bishop unimpressed with US President Trump

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop took a swipe at US President Donald Trump last night on ABC TV.  Host Barry Cassidy...
Economy
17 Jul

Cheap wine embarrasses pricey brands once again

Everyone loves a good underdog and it seems a $6 bottle of private-label wine sold through Coles supermarkets has once...
Economy
13 Jul

Free-range 'egg price war' not all it's cracked up to be

It’s egg-citing news for all you egg lovers out there as supermarkets have cracked and dropped the price of free...
Economy
13 Jul

Let's Talk: Do you expect your children to take care of you?

Growing up, many of us would have been told by our parents that when they reached the age where they...
Economy
13 Jul

Aussies' Medicare details being sold online

Australians’ Medicare card details are being sold on the darknet to the highest bidder, raising serious concerns that security at...
Economy
4 Jul

Taxpayers fork out nearly $4000 for whale-watching trip

In September last year, Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young flew to the Great Australian Bight with her daughter for a whale-watching...
Economy
3 Jul

Remember the days of cheap fuel? They could be making a comeback

Petrol prices nosedived last week, much to the delight of frugal Australians across the country.  And while no one could...
Economy
27 Jun

Trump celebrates 'clear victory' for US national security

US President Donald Trump is celebrating after the US Supreme Court has allowed his administration to ‘mostly enforce’ its 90-day ban...
Economy
27 Jun

Here's why Aussies hate politicians, by a politician

Turnbull government heavy-hitter Christopher Pyne says the public is fed up with politicians, and he thinks he knows why. Speaking...
Economy
27 Jun

Seniors stripped of benefits in new budget

Australian seniors sure are being targeted at the moment — from superannuation laws being changed to tighter pension asset rules; just...
Economy
26 Jun

Angry Carrie Bickmore goes for MP over unfair taxes

Carrie Bickmore is not happy.  The usually bubbly blonde got into a heated debate last night with opposition health spokeswoman...
Economy
21 Jun

These fast food outlets are the worst for your health

We’re all guilty of it — pulling into a drive-through or popping into a fast-food joint at some point or another...
Economy
20 Jun

Scammers find ingenious use for well-known property sites

Most Australians will turn to trusted real estate websites such as Domain or those of known real estate agents when...
Economy
20 Jun

'Phishing' scams are on the rise and older Aussies are the target

Australians aged 65 and over are the biggest targets for phishing scams, according to Australia’s consumer watchdog. The Australian Competition...
Economy
19 Jun