Coast calls on PM to throw down some funding as well as a beer

AS THE Prime Minister prepares to charge glasses at Caloundra the Coast community has called on him to add a few more things to his list alongside lager.

Don't be surprised: New $10 note to make debut

MONEY: Australia's new $10 banknote.

Subtle differences are on $10 released tomorrow.

Butcher makes tough choice to close

CLOSED: With a heavy heart Tender Sprouted Meats owner Rob Cook and his family have decided to close their butcher shop.

Family comes first for the Cook family

Builder John Holland faces $42m fine over hospital debacle

Perth Children's Hospital. Picture: Nic Ellis.

It is being forced to pay $180,000 a day.

Not enough USB ports? This could be the answer

ThrUSB promises to help solve the problem around lack of USB ports.

New product aims to help with more plug in options

A bold new look and big plans ahead at Rainbow Beach

Sea Salt at Rainbow Beach Tuppy Modin, Jordi jones and Kerri Jordison.

After fire destroyed the old cafe, new life at Rainbow

Plans for $50 million Toowoomba transport hub

An artist's impression of what the Toowoomba Transport Terminal will look like.

Developers dream big as project finally gets approval after 5 years

No Outback Jack's, but it's not all bad news

Bundy won't be getting an Outback Jack's for the time being.

Restaurant says plans are on hold for now

Diversify to keep investments safe

To maximise returns and minimise losses, diversify your investments

A FATHER of three who drowned trying to help another dad sav

retail spending growth has picked up in recent months despite a drift downwards in consumer sentiment.

A FATHER of three who drowned trying to help another dad sav

Tax system offers cream for some

The interest on a home loan will not be tax-deductible while the holder is living in the property, but if they vacate the home and rent it out they can then claim interest and other outgoings as a tax deduction.

Using the tax system to your advantage makes great sense.

Saving money made simple for pensioners

SAVING MONEY: John Scarborough says people should grow as much food as they can, and that lettuce, silverbeet and herbs are good crops to start with.

Local shares how he makes pension go further

Fifth biggest bank may be near you

Research by comparison site Mozo shows that one in three Aussie parents have helped their adult children buy a first home.

This bank has lent $65.3 billion to help Aussies buy a home

$5 savings hack saved me $50,000

How to save money fast by stashing your fives

$583m Lindeman Island project no longer floundering

DEEP END: The proposed Lindeman Island project is getting very close to the end of the approvals stage.

Lindeman Island developers have 28 days to answer critics

The iPhone 8 feature that is actually a downgrade

THIS week all the hype was on Apple’s tenth anniversary edition iPhone X, with the freshly announced iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus falling by the wayside.

Why your iPhone isn't made to last

People are using the iPhone’s Airdrop feature for some shady stuff.

Class action brings out revelations about 'touch disease'

iPhone X: the epic fail of its biggest feature

iPhone X has a Super Retina Display, TrueDepth Camera System, Face ID and A11 Bionic Chip with Neural Engine. Picture: Apple

How do you use this phone without a home button?

Bad news if you want the iPhone X

A leaked image of the iPhone 8 has shown a fresh design.

Rumours continue to swirl that the iPhone will be dogged by delays

Building your prosperity through property

IT'S no secret us Aussies love to invest in property, but no matter what type of investor you are there are three simple investing principles you have to know.

OPINION: Fixation with coal starting to look like socialism

Australia's Treasurer Scott Morrison pictured holding a piece of coal during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, in February.

Honestly, what is up with our politicians' preoccupation with coal?

OPINION: Thumbs up for Bundy

Send your thumbs up to editorial@news-mail.com.au

OPINION: Card's use should be optional

NOT ON: Cashless card should only be for people who can't be trusted.

Cashless card shouldn't be a blanket approach

How to stop losing 'easy' sales

15/07/02 110966 Building industry, tradesmans toolbelt. Photo Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

There are things you can do to stop losing easy sales

Madness that allowed foreign workers a foot in the door

Sparks fly as a sheet metal worker fabricates a piece of mining equipment at Mastermyne Engineering.   Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

That is what the 457 visa program had become - a madness

Company tax cuts just one aspect

Government senators seem happy with themselves during a debate on the Company Tax Bill on March 31.

Are the benefits worth it in the long term?

Supercars, Xbox One in search for Australia's fastest gamers

SUPERCARS is today launching a national e-Sports competition with a challenge leading into this year’s Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000.

DJI Spark drone is child's play to fly

EASY: Getting great footage with the DJI Spark is very easy thanks to a good stabilised camera.

My 13-year-old son was flying it in minutes

Australia's Addiction: Have you heard of Nomophobia?

Have you heard of nomophobia? You might have it.

Aussies wouldn't feel like themselves without their phones

Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Why stick with 'exploding' brand?

Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 now has one of the best cameras on the market as well as the ability to write animated messages.

Why Australian Samsung officials are sweating on New York launch