Business

Fri 20 Jul 2018

Queensland company wins four-year Tweed tourism contract

Queensland company wins four-year Tweed tourism contract

Tweed Shire Council takes a new direction for the promotion of its tourism.

Thu 19 Jul 2018

Why Facebook CEO won’t ban Holocaust deniers

Why Facebook CEO won’t ban Holocaust deniers

FACEBOOK CEO Mark Zuckerberg says while he finds Holocaust denial “deeply offensive,” he doesn’t believe he should ban it from his increasingly controversial social...

Why fun and fit workplaces matter

Why fun and fit workplaces matter

YOGA classes and walking meetings might seem like agony for some, but workplace health and fitness programs can offer many benefits, from attracting talent to...

Australia’s sly new space spy

Australia’s sly new space spy

AUSTRALIA has invented an ingeniously simple way to detect and track deadly projectiles in orbit above us. And it could give us an edge in the growing war on space...

Dodgy finance tool leaving Aussies in debt

Dodgy finance tool leaving Aussies in debt

AUSSIE families are being left in millions of dollars of debt. And it all comes down to a simple text when applying for a home loan.

Dad called a ‘paedophile’ over this photo

Dad called a ‘paedophile’ over this photo

THIS photo shows a heartfelt moment between a father and his daughter, but it’s been tarnished by one woman’s offensive comments online.

Simple ways to help claw back thousands

Simple ways to help claw back thousands

YOU could be missing out on thousands of dollars sitting right under your nose — and all it takes to claim it is one conversation.

Italians and Indians join forces as supercar brand emerges

Italians and Indians join forces as supercar brand emerges

Some of the industry's best combine for Automobili Pininfarina.

Millennial’s absurd saving budget

Millennial’s absurd saving budget

A YOUNG Australian is enduring a fearsome backlash after describing her struggle to save for a house on her six-figure salary.

Wed 18 Jul 2018

ABC announces closure of Twitter accounts

ABC announces closure of Twitter accounts

THE national broadcaster has announced it is closing its regional Twitter accounts – including some with as many as 20,000 followers – ‘due to low engagement’

The trend that is replacing texting

The trend that is replacing texting

STILL sending text messages? You’re officially behind the times. In some circles, this new trend is considered a status symbol.

Anti-coal protesters hauled out of industry forum by police

Anti-coal protesters hauled out of industry forum by police

POLICE have escorted protesters fighting against the proposed Adani Carmichael Mine from an industry forum.

Seniors tick off 'bucket list' with VR technology

Seniors tick off 'bucket list' with VR technology

“My goodness.” “Oh, that’s beautiful.” The reactions of the elderly as they are taken on a journey to tick off some of their unfulfilled dreams are priceless.

Former Toyota boss to to replace Holden chief Mark Bernhard

Former Toyota boss to to replace Holden chief Mark Bernhard

Former Toyota Australia boss Dave Buttner will replace Holden managing director Mark Bernhard from next month.

Google search kills Shark Tank pitch

Google search kills Shark Tank pitch

THIS entrepreneur could only watch on in shock as Shark Tank’s Steve Baxter debunked her claims with a simple Google search on his phone.

'Costco effect' already making impact on fuel prices

'Costco effect' already making impact on fuel prices

Fuel prices in Ipswich are dropping ahead of Costco opening in November

Tue 17 Jul 2018

'Something has to be done' about feral pigs

'Something has to be done' about feral pigs

North Burnett landowners are searching for answers to the region's feral pig problem, which they believe is spiralling out of control.

Development group expands their horizons

Development group expands their horizons

AUGUST start for construction of stylish $40million apartment complex offering city and beach lifestyle.

‘Woeful’: First Amazon Prime Day slammed

‘Woeful’: First Amazon Prime Day slammed

IT’S been described as “laughable”, “worthless” and “woeful” — but the online retail giant insists its first sale day has been a hit.

Domino's boss scores massive pay day from cheap pizza

Domino's boss scores massive pay day from cheap pizza

THIS man raked in a staggering $36.84 million last year — a salary 669 times the wage of the average Aussie worker.

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