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Thu 22 Nov 2018

Explosive allegations surface for creditors in JM Kelly saga

premium_icon Explosive allegations surface for creditors in JM Kelly saga

The police were contacted and an investigation taskforce may form

Wed 21 Nov 2018

ASX braces for another bloodbath

ASX braces for another bloodbath

The Australian share market is set to dive amid a global equities sell-off, with oil and metals prices also falling and the Aussie dollar taking a hit overnight

Damning note reveals how far CBA sunk

Damning note reveals how far CBA sunk

It’s the simple handwritten note that it has been claimed showed the bank’s top boss knew they were short changing customers. It could cost millions to fix.

Motorists get petrol price relief

Motorists get petrol price relief

JUST weeks after fuel prices skyrocketed to an all-time high across the southeast, the cost for unleaded fuel has plunged to its cheapest in eight months.

Bank boss says model was categorical failure

premium_icon Bank boss says model was categorical failure

He says the group’s model of making and selling wealth management and insurance products has “categorically failed” due to conflicts of interest.

Insurance ‘loyalty tax’ exposed

premium_icon Insurance ‘loyalty tax’ exposed

A “loyalty tax” that adds $100 or more to insurance has been exposed. Longstanding policyholders are paying nearly 15 per cent more than new customers.

Tue 20 Nov 2018

How schoolyard rap gained national wrap

How schoolyard rap gained national wrap

A North Queensland high school student rapped her way to national recognition. WATCH THE FILM CLIP HERE

CBA boss’s stunning admission

premium_icon CBA boss’s stunning admission

CBA’s current chief made astonishing admissions today as the bank could face compensating hundreds of thousands more customers.

DIRTY TRUTH: Pollution problem spreads across CQ postcode

premium_icon DIRTY TRUTH: Pollution problem spreads across CQ postcode

Investigation into pollution clears Gracemere but reveals another problem as six polluters remain in zone.

‘Civil war’ behind bitcoin crash

‘Civil war’ behind bitcoin crash

Bitcoin has crashed below $US5000 for the first time in 13 months, and it’s all because of a civil war between two of crypto’s biggest names.

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