The booming residential development sold on lies

THIS rapidly-growing city was sold on lies and one big storm could wipe it from the map — yet buyers can’t wait to snap up a slice.

Bundy Brewed Drinks launches new flavour

BREWED TO BE BETTER: Tropical Mango is the latest thirst-quenching flavour from Bundaberg Brewed Drinks.

Tropical Mango hits the shelves and guess what else is coming back

IVF: The battle for baby Hendrix is worth it

SPECIALIST: Dr Neil Astill of City Fertility Centre Springfield with baby Hendrix Hartley, 11 weeks, who was conceived by IVF.

"We have developed a special offer to ease the financial burden."

Black economy creates a $40 billion black hole

BLACK ECONOMY: The ATO estimates about 1.6 million businesses (mostly micro and small businesses with an annual turnover up to $15 million) operating across 233 industries, are part of the cash economy and not fulfilling their legal obligations.

Paying cash-in-hand and avoiding tax has a negative impact

Bad news if you’re waiting for the iPhone X

The new iPhone X is going to be hard to find.

You might want to think again about the iPhone X

Gold Coast 600: crash chaos, grid girls, and hot laps

A crash drama unfolded right in front of the corporate boxes at the Gold Coast 600.

It takes a certain kind of insanity to be a driver in the wet

BLOWOUT EXPOSED: Outrageous cost of single NBN hook-up

The eye-watering costs of single NBN connections have been revealed.

It could prove extremely expensive to have the NBN hooked up

After Adani success, second CQ mega mine on Rocky's radar

While the region has been wrapped up in the discussion about Adani, another big player has been quietly building up behind the scenes.

Major project to deliver more than 3000 jobs gets EIS green light

How George Christensen plans to reduce your power bills

Christensen calls on his own party to do more to reduce north Queensland power bills.

Mackay real estate agent urges banks to move

Who's leading who when it comes to the housing market?

Willy-nilly lending burst a bubble, but agent urges banks to change

Be mindful of payment pain to come in new year

BUY NOW, PAY LATER: The convenience of credit cards and digital wallets comes with a downside, Paul Clitheroe says.

Digital options are luring us to spend more.

Financial adviser banned for three years

Drew Grosskreutz has been banned from providing financial advice for three years.

Drew Grosskreutz banned for failing to act in clients' best interest

Young people fear robots will steal their jobs

Nicole Robinson is a psychology PhD student at QUT who is working with robots. She is with "Andy”.

The #WTF campaign wants your ideas on this hot-button topic.

How loyalty to companies is costing us thousands

Consumer finance specialist Lisa Montgomery says loyalty doesn’t always equal savings.Source:News Corp Australia

It pays to shop around for banking and insurance

Samsung's new 360 camera has 17 lenses and cost $US10k

The 360 Round enables live streaming with little-to-no latency and broadcasts with one-step stitching and control software provided by Samsung.

Bizarre photo app no one was asking for

Picture: Tim Carrafa

This could be the worst idea for an app ever.

Melbourne’s ‘game changer’ that every city needs

This gadget is changing the world.

New GPS technology a 'game changer' for blind people.

Creepy technology tracking your face while you shop

Westfield's Smart Screen captures your movements as you shop

Technology monitors your mood and tracks every move you make.

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?

Xbox One X to make Australian debut at PAX Australia 2017

GAMERS will get a good look at the 'power' of the X Box One X ahead of its Australian release at PAX Australia 2017, Melbourne's pop-culture expo.

Samsung partners with Google to bring AR to 100m devices

DJ Koh, President of Samsung Electronics Mobile Communications Business.

Tech giant unveils new version of Bixby in San Francisco

Virtual reality virgin answers zombies' call of duty

Killing zombies reaches a whole new level in this gaming experience.

The must-have gadget for Aussie summer

This is obviosuly not an Australian summer, but you get the point.

IS THERE anything better than an evening out in the backyard during an Aussie...