Rival wives threaten $8.4b fortune

HONG KONG OUT- Hong Kong tycoon Stanley Ho (C) poses for a photo at Government House in Hong Kong after recieving the Grand Bauhinia Medal on November 20, 2010. The Grand Bauhinia Medal is the highest award under the Hong Kong honours and awards system, and recognises life-long and highly significant contributions to the well-being of Hong Kong. HONG KONG OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo by AFP / AFP)

广东时时彩11选五 www.yya1n.com.cn Stanley Ho has fathered 17 children with four different “wives”. Now, that complex family tree could cause his empire to crumble.

Powerball jackpots to $40 million


No winner has been drawn for the fifth week in a row, swelling next week’s Powerball lotto jackpot to $40 million.

World’s most feared drug lord

Mexcian Drug Cartel leader Ruben Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes aka El Mencho from the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG

The notorious “El Chapo” might finally be behind bars for life — but a ruthless new gangster is already muscling in on his territory.

Aussie loses $100m in a day

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Daniel Tartak and his family’s skip bin empire have become the latest — and unexpected — victims of Australia’s housing downturn.

‘$100k lotto boyfriend’ job still open

Jane Park

EuroMillions winner Jane Park says 100,000 eager chaps have applied to be her “$100,000 boyfriend” but she’s still single.

$1.6m lotto winner’s bizarre act

The winner, identified only as A Campbell, told the Jamaica Star that he was initially overwhelmed. Picture: Twitter @SVLGrp

When A Campbell hit the jackpot, he should have felt elated. Instead, he was “sick for days” before going to extreme lengths to stay safe.

Rise of the robot financial advisers


Banks and advisers lost customers’ trust during the banking royal commission, and a new breed of advice is stepping up to help investors and savers. Meet the new money robots.

Sugar baby’s $50k ‘fetish’ lifestyle


A 26-year-old Melbourne student has revealed how she earned $50,000 from a series of rich “sugar daddies” with a specific fetish.

Ridiculous word billionaire wants banned

Howard Schultz

Former Starbucks boss Howard Schultz — who has a $4.7 billion fortune — has been slammed after calling for a common word to be scrapped.

Make more money by asking these questions

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If you want to make sure 2019 is top financial year, there are a few simple questions you can ask yourself to help boost your income and improve your job satisfaction.

Teen scores $15.9m after bank blunder

Ipswich, Suffolk, England - April 14, 2012: The Nationwide Building Society in Tavern Street, central Ipswich, Suffolk, with pedestrians. The Nationwide started life as the Provident Building Society in Wiltshire in 1846; over a hundred mergers with other building societies have taken place since then, making the Nationwide the UK's third largest mortgage lender and second largest savings provider by 2011. The Nationwide has resisted the trend for de-mutualisation and is now the largest building society in the world.

When Dane Gillespie woke up to discover he had become a multi-millionaire overnight, he soon came up with grand plans for the cash.

Billionaires cop epic smackdown

Rutger Bregman

A Dutch historian has become a social media star after an epic rant against the super-rich in front of the super-rich at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

How Aussies made $250k in two weeks

Spacer CEO Mike Rosenbaum said the spike in monthly earnings for hosts during the first two weeks of January is over $250,000 versus the same time last year. Picture: Supplied

Australians made a whopping quarter of a million dollars in just one fortnight thanks to a hit Netflix show — and you can get in on the action.

Last place you’d expect to see heiress

Nicky Hilton stays warm while riding the NYC subway in New York City.

She comes from a long line of insanely wealthy multi-millionaires. But this celebrity has just been spotted somewhere very unlikely.

How to lose a billion-dollar empire

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Nathan Tinkler was Australia’s youngest billionaire, but then he lost it all. Now he’s opened up about how he survives from day to day.

‘Being rich or poor is actually a choice’

Australian one hundred dollar bills.

The only person to blame for your wealth — or lack of it — is yourself.

Bitcoin investor’s $3 million mistake

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Sam Karagiozis was one of Australia’s most enthusiastic crypto supporters. Now, the outspoken entrepreneur has revealed he’s lost a fortune.

Sinister truth behind Fortnite craze

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Fortnite has taken the world by storm. But it turns out the insanely popular game is hiding a disturbing — and illegal — secret.

$107m Powerball winner won’t quit job

$100 million Powerball. Picture: The Lott

A Sydney mother in her 40s says she won’t be quitting her job after scooping $107 million in Australia’s largest ever individual lottery prize.

How to win the $100m Powerball

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Tonight’s massive $100m Powerball jackpot will see many Aussies buying a ticket. But there could be one way to improve your chances.

Tiny typo costs woman thousands

Cynthia Obie has been denied her winnings. Picture: Fox5dc.com

Cynthia Obie won big during a night out on the pokies. But one small mistake means someone else has pocketed her entire winnings.

Glitches hit $80m Powerball draw

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The Powerball dream is not over yet for punters, with the prize jackpotting to a record $100 million next week.

Dad frames daughter over wife’s murder

Law enforcement source: cops to bust 'strangler' in wife slay

Failed stockbroker Rod Covlin stands accused of the unthinkable — killing his wife, then trying to pin the crime on his own young daughter.

Massive $80m lotto win up for grabs

Kingman, USA - January 20, 2016: A photo of a man holding a Powerball lottery ticket in Kingman, Arizona.

The second biggest Powerball jackpot could be yours on Thursday — but from today, a new law change means it’ll be harder to win big.

Accused jewel thief’s life of luxury

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An accused jewellery heist mastermind lived a life of luxury in a $14 million New York mansion before the FBI arrested him.

How setting goals will make you richer in 2019

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The new year is a great time to set fresh financial goals, but you also need a plan to reach them and some flexibility to cope with changing circumstances, tax rules and investment markets.

Money trends to keep an eye on

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From credit cards and interest rates to digital banking and royal commission reports, change is afoot in the world of finance. Here’s why you need to keep on your toes.

Loophole let dodgy sheriff pocket $2.1m

US sherriff Todd Entrekin pocketed $2.1 million by taking advantage of a legal loophole. Picture: AP

Todd Entrekin made millions literally taking food from inmates’ mouths. But a bizarre legal loophole means the sheriff is off the hook.

Man’s death reveals shock $15m fortune

Alan Naiman died earlier this year, leaving behind millions to charities. Picture: AP

Alan Naiman was so famously frugal he even duct-taped his worn-out shoes. So when he died this year, his friends were stunned to discover his wealth.

What happened to Avicii’s lost millions

Avicii Credit Alex Wessely for Hit Use Picture: Supplied

Fans were left in a state of shock after the DJ died in April, aged just 28. Now, new details of what happened to his vast fortune have emerged.

Duke slaughters family over inheritance

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE - Pic shows: An Austrian duke has been arrested for gunning down three family members with a shotgun in their castle during an alleged row over inheritance. Duke Tono Goess, the owner of Bockfliess Castle in the Austrian state of Lower Austria, was arrested by police officers on suspicion of murdering his family members. According to local media, the 54-year-old Austrian duke confessed to cops that he killed his 92-year-old father Johannes Ulrich, his 87-year-old stepmother Margherita and his 52-year-old brother Ernst. The alleged murders happened around 2pm last Thursday in the castle�s office. According to the police, all victims were shot at close range. The police do not want to comment on Duke Tono�s motive, citing the importance of ongoing investigations. However, town residents claim that the nobleman killed his brother in a dispute over family inheritance. Neighbours said that the once-wealthy Goess family is in financial dire straits and has had to sell off property. Father Johannes Ulrich Goess reportedly burdened his sons with the financial problems, which resulted in repeated fights between Duke Tono and his brother Ernst. According to local media, Duke Tono also had a deep hatred for his father and stepmother since childhood. A neighbour said: "We can hardly believe it. Everyone thought that they had a lot of money and no problems, but it turned out that they have some financial issues." However, locals also said that Duke Tono was a friendly and helpful person who always behaved respectfully towards the townsfolk. Investigators are now trying to recreate what played out in Bockfliess Castle in the final hours before the murders. Duke Tono was found to be online at 2.44am, sharing a video on social media about a neurosurgeon dancing with his patients. The Austrian duke frequently used social media to discuss politics and had showed a recent interest in the yellow vests movement in France and vouched his support for Austrian Chancellor

Anton von Goëss shot his father, stepmother and brother in their castle. A row over money or a medical condition may be behind the tragedy.

Second blow for ‘Centrelink’ family

Inside the Narre Warren property owned by Ngouth Oth Mai.

A Sudanese family on Centrelink payments who made a “suspicious” purchase of a $1.5 million Melbourne mansion has lost again.

Get more from Christmas giving


GIVING a donation to charity rather than a traditional Christmas present is increasingly popular as consumers realise they already have everything they want.

Aussie kids left in the dark on financial literacy

Student and author Georgie Trotter with her book about money

At just 18-years-old, an Australian student is working to educate kids about the importance of money, warning parents they need to break the taboo of talking about finances.

$340 you’re sitting on without realising

Australian Money

There is $8 billion cash hidden throughout Australia — and you could be sitting on hundreds without knowing it. Here’s where to look.

$340 you’re sitting on without realising

Australian Money

There is $8 billion cash hidden throughout Australia — and you could be sitting on hundreds without knowing it. Here’s where to look.

‘Fraud machine’ behind $875k con

Tony Muldowney-Colston, 53, used to organise all-night raves back in the 1980s and was even dubbed the ‘King of Acid House’. But decades later, his life turned to cyber fraud, and thanks to this hi-tech machine he conned people out of an estimated £500,000. Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2018/12/13/con-artist-stole-500000-uk-bank-accounts-building-machine-8245405/?ito=cbshare Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetroUK | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MetroUK/

Tony Muldowney-Colston used this bizarre-looking, homemade machine to rob people of about $875,500. Here’s how he pulled it off.

Second lotto ‘winner’ cheated out of cash

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A lottery “winner” claims she missed out on a $350k scratchcard jackpot because of a “misprint” just days after lottery officials said another card was “doctored”.

Cops called over ‘fake’ $350k scratchie

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE - The ticket with the alleged doctored E5 coordinate. A National Lottery player insists he has won £200,000 on a scratchcard - despite Camelot saying the ticket has been doctored. See SWNS story SWLEticket. Eric Walker, 56, was overjoyed when he scratched the ticket and discovered he had won the jackpot prize on the lotto's Pharaoh's Fortune game. But his delight turned to heartbreak when Camelot refused to pay out after seeing a picture of the card and claiming it's doctored. Outraged Eric, a father of four from Sheffield, South Yorks, denies tampering with the £3 ticket and says it's "obvious" he's won "fair and square". Camelot Group, which is carrying out an investigation, claim it appears a letter F on the card has been changed to an E to turn it into a winning ticket. Eric, who is unemployed and has four children aged between 14 months and nine-years-old, says the money would be "life changing". Eric's card shows that he uncovered three pharaoh symbols on squares D1, E5 and A5, however, the E5 code appears to have been doctored. The F5 square, which the code was originally believed to have been, is also scratched off. Picture: SWNS/Mega

Dad-of-four Eric Walker claims he won $350,000 on a $5 scratchie — but lottery officials say the card was ‘doctored’.

How mum saved $30k in one year

Aussie mum of two Olivia White has shared her money saving tips. Picture: Instagram @

Aussie mum-of-two Olivia White used some simple hacks to save tens of thousands of dollars in 12 months. Here’s how you can do it too.

Photos that brought down $77k conman

Adam Griffiths has been jailed for two and a half years. Picture: Instagram

Adam Griffiths racked up a huge bill jetsetting to exotic locations around the world. There was just one problem — it was all a fraud.

The secret to becoming a millionaire

Money in the pocket.

A self-made millionaire has spent the past year researching how people get rich. And he’s come across an astounding common trait.

Shelf stacker raking in $69k a day

A man who ditched his Tesco job to play computer games for a living has made an astonishing £14,500,000 in one year. Dan Middleton, 27, took his love of gaming online and now more than 20 million people regularly watch him play. Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2018/12/05/tesco-shelf-stacker-makes-14500000-one-year-quitting-job-8210102/?ito=cbshare Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetroUK | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MetroUK/

Dan Middleton was earning a pittance working at his local supermarket. But now he’s raking in millions from his favourite hobby.

Aussie’s genius $15k saving hack

Paige Stuart is saving thousands through the sharing economy. Picture: Supplied

Melbourne woman Paige Stuart is saving a fortune each month with “very little effort”. And now she’s on track to buy her first home.

Kids shafted by ‘predatory marriage’

ONE TIME WEB USE ONLY - FEE APPLIES FOR REUSE - Collect photo of Joan Blass. See SWNS story SWLEmarriage; A dementia-suffering grandmother secretly married a man 20 years her junior – who inherited her entire estate when she died five months later. The wedding was allowed to take place despite the fact Joan Blass, 90 at the time, had vascular dementia and �couldn�t remember her name�. Her husband Colman Folan, now 70, moved into Joan�s house a month after meeting her in 2011 and married her in November 2015. Joan�s distraught daughter Daphne Franks, 62, only found out about the secret wedding after her mother died of peritoneal cancer in November 2016. She was told by her mother�s GP, who had been contacted by Folan presenting a marriage certificate in an effort to gain control of Joan�s remains. Daphne, who had power of attorney over Joan, was shocked to discover that the marriage voided the will her mother had written in 2004 leaving everything to her children Picture: SWNS/Mega

Joan Blass was 90 and had severe dementia when a man posing as her carer married her in secret. Now, her kids are left with nothing.

Businessman’s epic $47k mistake

Author, event promoter, investor and restaurateur Larry Morrow says losing moey actually helped him. Picture: Instagram @larry_morrow

Entrepreneur Larry Morrow once lost tens of thousands of dollars in just one night. But amazingly, he’s convinced it was a good thing.

Magic number that will change your life

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We work hard all our lives and hope to retire with a nice nest-egg. But there’s a magic number which could change everything.

Property investor doors close amid loans crunch

Australian suburb

Falling property prices are just one of the negatives affecting real estate investors, who are also battling borrowing restrictions and tax changes. What’s next?

22yo ‘influencer’ making $34k a month

Photo of portrait girl with hat on the beach

This 22-year-old “Instagram influencer” who earns nearly $500,000 a year has gone viral for an insane money diary about her comically perfect millennial lifestyle.

$5 note trick to save $1900

rolled up Australian 5 dollar note on white background

If you have a fiver in your wallet you might want to think about not spending it.

Top money lessons to teach your kids


Parents need to take responsibility for teaching their kids good money habits that will help them for a lifetime, say David and Libby Koch. Here’s how to start.

How 28yo saved $138k in two years

A man counting Australian dollar bills. A picture that describes buying, paying, handing out money, or showing money.

Money guru Sean Potter has revealed the simple hack that’s made him rich — and it can also make you a millionaire in just 30 years.

Risky investments sting retirees

Supplied Money Retiree Beth Buchanan, who invests in bonds and avoids shares

Beth Buchanan reckons Aussies like to gamble, and are continuing this higher-risk approach to money in retirement.

House clean leads to $2.4m lotto win

Harold and Tina Ehrenberg were cleaning their house when they found a winning lottery ticket worth $US1.8 million. Picture: Louisiana State Lottery

Harold and Tina Ehrenberg were cleaning up their home when they found a forgotten lottery ticket that was days away from expiring.

Journo’s brazen $4.8m crypto con

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Former reporter and alleged scammer Jerry Ji Guo could face 20 years in prison if he is convicted over a multimillion-dollar bitcoin theft.

How photo foiled $176k robbery

Daniel Inamder and Isaac Duncan pictured in their BMW by the unsuspecting couple as they took a family picture from the restaurantSee SWNS story SWLErobbers; A gang robbed a wealthy couple of more than £100,000 of jewellery at gunpoint after surveilling them at a restaurant and following them as they drove their Ferrari home. Daniel Inamder, 35, and Isaac Duncan, 20, were photographed in their BMW by the unsuspecting couple as they took a family picture from the restaurant, a court heard.The following night the pair - along with another man who was never traced - broke into the couple's home through a patio door as they both lay in bed on July 31. They shouted "police, police" as the pair awoke, pistol-whipping the male victim in the face and causing a cut that needed 35 stitches while demanding access to their safe. Another raider ripped a gold necklace from around the woman’s neck and took her diamond engagement ring valued at £92,000.

A gang violently attacked a rich couple before making off with a fortune in luxury jewellery. But this picture caused their downfall.

Insta post costs woman $175k

ade Holland Cooper, 31, who owns the Holland Cooper luxury tweed brand, has been caught up in a bitter family feaud. Picture: Instagram @

Two short, nasty sentences posted on social media in a moment of fury could end up costing one woman her entire family inheritance.

Why $2 billion winner hasn’t claimed

Ticket sales for Mega Million lottery before $1.6 Billion dollar drawing on Tuesday night

Three weeks after someone scored the biggest lotto jackpot in history, they still haven’t stepped forward — and there may be a good reason.

Meghan’s $35 million ‘worst nightmare’

Britain's Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, attends the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall in London on November 10, 2018. - This year's Festival commemorated all those who lost their lives in conflicts and will mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. (Photo by Chris Jackson / POOL / Getty Images)

Harry and Meghan’s sizeable fortune is under threat because of a legal loophole described as the royal family’s “worst nightmare”.

‘I’m selling my virginity for $100,000’


EXCLUSIVE: A Sydney teenager has started a website to auction off her virginity two weeks after turning 18. And she’s already sparked a bidding war.

Lotto winner seeks man for $100k

London Celebrity Sightings - March 10, 2017

A woman who complained that winning the lotto at 17 “ruined her life” is looking for a boyfriend — and she’s willing to pay him a six-figure salary.

The gangsters of Instagram

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They’re members of one of the most notorious gangs in the world. But instead of lying low, they’re flaunting their insane wealth online.

Why Aussies are world’s richest people

A man counting Australian dollar bills. A picture that describes buying, paying, handing out money, or showing money.

IT MIGHT not feel like it when you’re slugged with a massive bill, but apparently, we are the wealthiest people on the planet.

Man claws $75k from dead mum

Signing Last Will and Testament document

A SYDNEY man has clawed back $75,000 from his deceased mother’s estate despite her explicit wish in her will that he get nothing.

Millionaire ‘too poor’ to pay ex-wife

(FILES) In this file photo taken on July 9, 2018 Rudy Giuliani, lawyer of US President Donald Trump, looks on before President Trump announces his Supreme Court nominee in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC. - Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani on August 20, 2018 backpedaled after saying that "truth isn't truth" in explaining why the president should not be interviewed by the special counsel in charge of the Russia probe -- a comment that left pundits baffled. Giuliani -- whose comment on NBC's "Meet the Press" earned him heaps of mockery and scorn -- explained he was only trying to say that different people can offer different accounts of what happened in any given situation. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)

HE ALLEGEDLY forked out $393,000 on his mistress and $16,500 on cigars. But apparently, Rudy Giuliani can’t afford spousal support.

Notorious mob boss’s insane $19m lotto win

FILE - This June 23, 2011, file booking photo provided by the U.S. Marshals Service shows James "Whitey" Bulger. Bulger died in federal custody after being sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison. Officials with the Federal Bureau of Prisons say he died Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018. The death of notorious Boston mobster James �Whitey� Bulger marks the third inmate to be killed at a West Virginia federal prison in the last six months. (U.S. Marshals Service via AP, File)

SOME say James “Whitey” Bulger just got lucky. But others claim his surprise lottery win was the result of something more sinister.

Man wins entire $60m Powerball jackpot

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A RETIRED Queensland man is still in shock after he won last night’s entire Powerball jackpot, making Australian lottery history.

Mum ‘loses’ $477m lotto ticket

Lerynne West, of Redfield, Iowa, arrives to claim her share of a nearly $700 million Powerball prize, Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, at the Iowa Lottery headquarters in Clive, Iowa. West was one of two winners of a $688 million jackpot drawn Oct. 27. She'll share the prize with someone who bought the other winning ticket in New York City. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

LERYNNE West knew someone in her state had won a huge jackpot. But when she looked for her ticket, it was nowhere to be found.

How ‘innocent’ couple lost $2.4m

Ganesh Kalimuthu and wife Macquelene Patricia have not committed a crime. But they’ve had their cash frozen after being caught in a “cuckoo smurfing” scheme. Picture: Facebook/Ganesh Kalimuthu

GANESH Kalimuthu and his wife haven’t committed a single crime. But they’ve still had a staggering amount of money seized.

Four words that ‘crushed’ $97k debt

Canadian wealth coach Adeola Omole has revealed the simple secret behind her financial success. Picture: Facebook

ADEOLA Omole had “literally minus $350” in the bank and was deeply in debt when she lost her job. But one habit changed everything.

Home loan rates now go both ways

Financial comparison website Mozo spokeswoman Kirsty Lamont. Picture: Supplied.

Variable home loan rates are on the move as lenders try to find a balance between higher costs, slowing mortgage growth and intense competition for new customers.

$270m winner’s ‘miserable’ life

Adrian Bayford, 41, and wife Gillian, 40, from Haverhill, Suffolk, after a press conference at Down Hall Country House Hotel in Hatfield Heath, Hertfordshire, after they won £148.6 million on Friday's EuroMillions jackpot.. Picture date: Tuesday August 14, 2012. The staggering sum - of £148,656,000 - is just behind the £161 million landed by Colin and Chris Weir, from Largs in North Ayrshire, last July. See PA story LOTTERY EuroMillions. Photo credit should read: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire

LOTTO winner Adrian Bayford is moving to a secret location in Australia after the $270 million jackpot made him miserable.

How Aussie turned $400 into $170 million

IN 2008, Nick Bell started his company with just $400 to his name. Today, he’s the 19th richest young person in Australia. Picture: Facebook/MNW

TEN years ago, Nick Bell started his tech company with almost nothing to his name. Today he’s one of the richest young people in Australia.

Billionaire’s ‘disgraceful’ $1.8m sex offer

BBC TV program "Strictly Come Dancing" contestant Nancy Dell'Olio.

A REALITY star has claimed a fashion mogul treated her “like a prostitute” by offering her $1.8 million to spend the night with him.

‘Smashed avo’ villain’s comeback


IN 2017, property mogul Tim Gurner became one of the most hated men in Australia. But today, he’s having the last laugh.

Myer boss’s massive pay cut

Melbourne, Australia - December 30, 2013: White Myer logo on blue wall of the office building on December 30, 2013, Melbourne, Australia

IN 2017, chairman Garry Hounsell was paid a whopping $400,000 — 4.7 times the average Aussie wage. Those days are long gone.

Rich Aussies lose $1 billion in a day

Fortune's 40 Under 40 Party

MIKE ­Cannon-Brookes and Scott ­Farquhar were yesterday named Australia’s richest young people. On the same day, they lost a fortune.

Life ruined by $444 million lotto win

Andrew Jackson ''Jack'' Whittaker Jr., his wife Jewell (r) and their granddaughter Brandi Bragg (l) pose for a photograph after being interviewed on NBC's ''Today Show'' in New York, USA Dec 2002. In his darkest moments, Whittaker has sometimes wondered if winning the nearly $315 million Powerball game was really worth it. The jackpot that was the stuff of dreams turned into a nightmare: His wife left him and his drug-addicted granddaughter, his protege and heir, died. (AP Photo /Stuart Ramson, File)

JACK Whittaker won the world’s biggest ever lottery prize. But just a few years later he was completely broke, despised and surrounded by death.

Australia’s $486 million woman

Kayla Itsines: The queen of Insta-fitness boasts a following of 9.1m thanks to her inspiring and helpful posts. Featuring regular demonstrations of her favourite workouts and successful transformations through her programs, there's never a dull moment.

THIS is the richest young woman in the country. And in just a few years, she has managed to quietly built an empire by making us sweat.

Mystery winner of $2.2 billion jackpot

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OFFICIALS have confirmed someone has won a mind-blowing $2.2 billion. It’s the world’s largest ever lottery grand prize on record.

The numbers worth $2.25 billion

Ticket sales for Mega Million lottery before $1.6 Billion dollar drawing on Tuesday night

THE winning numbers in Tuesday night’s record $2.25 billion MegaMillions lottery draw have been revealed.

How to spot a fake banknote

fake $100 note

BEING stuck with a fake banknote is a costly problem, because you can’t get a refund and there are tough penalties for passing it on, so it pays to know how to spot a counterfeit bill.

Weird trend making this girl very rich

Makenna Kelly, 13, is making a fortune via her ASMR YouTube videos. Picture: Instagram

SHE’S barely out of primary school — but Makenna Kelly is already making a fortune thanks to a very bizarre online craze.

El Chapo’s wife flaunts her wealth

The wife of "El Chapo", Emma Coronel Aispuro, exits the US Federal Courthouse in Brooklyn after a hearing in the case of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman on February 3, 2017 in New York. Guzman, accused of running one of the world's biggest drug empires, was extradited to the United States on January 19, 2017 and appeared without handcuffs and without incident to plead not guilty to a raft of firearms, drug trafficking and conspiracy charges during a brief hearing on January 20. / AFP PHOTO / DON EMMERT

WHILE notorious criminal “El Chapo” awaits trial for money laundering and drug trafficking, his young wife flaunts her lavish lifestyle.

How this Aussie stole $1.6m from ATMs

Adam Shand claims he works as a barman now but recently took a trip to Paris.

IN FOUR months, Dan Saunders stole $1.6 million from ATMs before deciding to tell his story. Now questions are being asked about where the money is.

Crazy way star will spend $1b fortune

Hong Kong actor Chow Yun-fat smiles during a media event to promote the film entitled the " Dragonball Evolution" in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009. The film will open on March 12 in South Korea.(AP Photo/Yonhap, Yu Young-suck) ** KOREA OUT **

THIS man is worth $997 million — but spends just $143 a month. And he plans to do something insane with the rest of his cash.

Why bank shares pay more than deposits

A composite image of signage of Australia's 'big four' banks ANZ, Westpac, the Commonwealth Bank (CBA) and the National Australia Bank (NAB) signage in Sydney, Saturday, May 5, 2018. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

SHARES in Australia’s largest banks, CBA and Westpac, have sunk to five-year lows, but the Big Four’s high dividend payouts are making some potential investors take notice.

Aussie frenzy over $2.25b lotto jackpot

A Mega Millions lottery ticket rests on the shop counter at the Street Corner Market, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018, in Cincinnati. The estimated jackpot for Friday's drawing would be the second-largest lottery prize in U.S. history with a jackpot estimated to exceed $900 million. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

THE biggest lotto jackpot in world history at $2.25 billion has Aussie punters flocking to buy tickets — possibly for the last time.

Secret life of ‘accidental zillionaire’

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen arrives at Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World dinner in New York, 08/05/2008.

PAUL Allen has been described as “the most famous man you’ve probably never heard of”. This is how he spent his many billions.

Australia’s most obscene salaries

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OUR highest-paid CEO is earning 435 times the average wage — while everyday workers struggle to cope with the cost of living.

How a spouse’s death affects your money

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EVERYBODY dies eventually, but too few partners in a relationship think about the financial consequences of death for their money. Here’s what to talk about.

Man wins lotto twice in a day

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A QUEENSLAND man who mistakenly purchased two separate entries for the lotto on Saturday has ended up winning twice.

DJ’s ridiculous $2300 ‘Woolies bag’


DAVID Jones has really embraced the plastic bag ban. For the price of three months’ worth of groceries, you can finally do your shopping in style.

My rich life after an ATM error

Huge pile or wad of cash

WHEN a bank error gave unlimited cash, Dan Saunders splashed out on private jets and flash hotels. But he knew it wouldn’t last.

Partner’s ex ‘stole’ my inheritance

Australian one hundred dollar bills.

A WOMAN has been forced to pay more than half a million dollars to her partner’s ex-wife after being trapped by a bizarre law.

Fake prince’s insane thirty-year con

Anthony Gignac scammed millions from investors. Picture: Miami Dade police

FOR decades, this man convinced millionaires he was a playboy royal. But his epic scam came crashing down thanks to one meal.

How I make $10k a month online

Kylie Travers bought and sold items to make money

KYLIE Travers needed some extra cash. So she checked out a few key websites and then discovered an inventive way to make money.

Borrowers brush banks and save

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BANKS are getting tougher on loan applications, so borrowers are looking elsewhere to be accepted and to save money.

How to turn $5 into $50,000

Generic image of a pile of Five dollar ($5) notes of Australian currency.

Many of us can spare five bucks a day, and if put to good use it can grow to tens of thousands of dollars over time. Here’s how long you’ll have to wait.

How millionaire tycoon got away with murder

Peter Chadwick is described as a white male, 5’7” tall, weighing 160 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.

PETER Chadwick seemed like the perfect husband — until he strangled his wife and vanished. And he could be among us right now.

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