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A huge number of Australians are at risk of collapsing under the weight of their mortgages, and now the spots most at risk have been pinpointed.
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David Hisco made a whopping $3.5 million last financial year. But he still managed to rack up a $25,000 bill that has cost him his job.
A week after pleasing borrowers by passing on the Reserve Bank’s rate cut, the big banks are starting to penalise savers.
These counterfeit notes are so dodgy police say “a child could probably tell the difference”. But at least one WA taxi driver couldn’t.
The United States is “considering a full range of options” as the bitter fallout continues after two oil tankers were attacked in the Middle East.
Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull and wife Lucy failed to find a buyer for their Hunter Valley property at its midweek online auction.
It wasn’t due to go to auction until tomorrow and had a starting guide of $6.5 million, but Citi’s head of cash sales, Angus Richardson, has sold his Point Piper home for $7.6 million ahead of tomorrow’s auction.
Kerville Holness thought he had scored an entire house for a bargain basement price. But a bizarre blunder has left him out of pocket.
It’s not often a bank commercial leaves you an emotional mess — but Westpac’s latest offering about a devoted dad is no ordinary ad.
If Silje Dreyer’s cab had shown up she would never have started a business that would help us all save thousands on our household bills.