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City's fast-food favourite announces store closure

THE city’s flagship burger store has announced it will close one of its outlets amid an appeal for support from loyal customers.

Vandals, thieves force Vinnies to pay for security guards

Vinnies donation bins at Ruthven and Long streets are overflowing, charity bins, st vincent de paul, Monday, January 1, 2018.

Charity forced to pay out of its own pocket for security guards

Don’t expect a pay bump until 2020

Wage growth is stagnant and probably won’t rise until at least 2020.

Australians will be waiting a long time for their next big pay rise

The $79 game changer costs less than your groceries

Google Home is a must-have product.

Expensive gimmick or essential piece of kit?

Apple’s big change to iPhones

The home button may not return to the iPhone. Picture: Josh Edelson

Apple could be looking to remove another fundamental part

Stone the flamin’ crows: Home and Away actor's new project

Ray Meagher has launched his own line of hot sauce.

Stone the flamin’ crows! Actor releases own line of hot sauce

Invest in the rise of the robots

Robots will become much more common in our homes over the next decade.

How the rise of the robots can boost your investment returns

How to throw a star-studded party

He’s on the list! Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs pictured at Nana Judy’s party at Coachella. Picture: Facebook

How to throw a star-studded party, according to Nana Judy

Australia’s new $50 note revealed

THE Reserve Bank has revealed the new $50 note, featuring swanky security features and an updated design. But will machines accept it?

Woman slams dad for not giving her handouts

Generic image of handing over the cash in Australian currency

Woman who griped about rich parents not giving cash handouts savaged

Lazy Aussies at fault for poor mortgage rates

Australians think they are good negotiators but many fail to take action with their home loan.

Improve your home loan negotiation skills to get a cheaper interest rate

Jamie Oliver’s food empire crashing down

Jamie Oliver.

Jamie Oliver’s company has cooked up more than $125 million in debt

Aussies stuck on debt treadmill

Are you burdened by credit card debt? There are some options out there.

Misunderstanding credit cards places families in trouble

Wall St slumps again, Australian market set to follow

Traders Peter Tuchman, left, and Patrick Casey work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday 8 February 2018. Picture: Richard Drew/AP

Investors remain on edge after several days of volatile trading

'Economic earthquake' could be worse than the GFC

Traders signal offers in the S&P options pit at the CBOE Global Markets exchange on 6 February 2018 in Chicago, as US markets suffered their biggest single-day percentage drops since August 2011. Picture: Scott Olson/Getty Images/AFP

This week's $4 trillion wipe-out just the beginning, economist warns

Wow! Zero to 100km/h in 4.5 seconds from hardcore AMG SUV

It's powered by a thumping twin turbo V8, can sprint like a sports car, and go off road.

‘Worst thing to happen since U2’s album’

Snapchat

THE kids are not happy about the new look Snapchat and they are speaking up

Australia’s NBN limbo just got worse

The National Broadband Network still has no update for when households using pay-TV cable will be able to connect to the network.

NBN Co leaves millions of Australian internet users in limbo

How tech giant comes up with its ideas and innovations

Head of product innovation for Samsung Southeast Asia and Oceania Ken Ding.

“WE’RE willing to take risks and we’re willing to fail.”

'I cured cancer. I can't be quiet': Woman claims

CannaNannaS are coming to the region

'Heads before hearts' on Sekisui development

MASSIVE INVESTMENT: The Yaroomba Beach development is expected to inject $1 billion into the Coast's economy and generate more than 1400 jobs.

Business council boss says put heads before hearts

New postcode restrictions for home loans

The Commbank has announced a range of changes to make it tougher for borrowers.

Home loan customers will be forced to come up with fatter deposits

Building your prosperity through property

People like investing in something they understand - everyone lives in a property - plus you can see, touch and perhaps even drive past the asset you own.

The 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?

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

Apple’s launch to spark AI battle

APPLE has revealed the extreme measures it took to create the HomePod amid predictions it will spark a smart home war.

The ring that lets you ‘tap and go’ with your finger

Payment rings have arrived in Australia, allowing contactless purchases at your fingertips.

Bankwest is the first bank in Australia to roll out a ring

Dark side to our next ‘space race’

2018 Australian of the Year Professor Michelle Yvonne Simmons (NSW) with PM Malcolm Turnbull, at a ceremony in the Great Hall, Parliament House, Canberra. Picture Kym Smith

She's sparked billions in spending amid fears of a ‘cryptocalypse’

Game of Thrones star puts Apple's new Animoji to test

Emilia Clarke... 'the mother of dragons'.

Update will include four new Animoji characters