Money

Thu 21 Feb 2019

Aussie dollar spikes on jobs figures

Aussie dollar spikes on jobs figures

Full-time employment rising was good news for the Australian dollar, which is a key indicator for the RBA’s decision on rates.

Classic Peter Brock designed Commodore sells for $165,000

Classic Peter Brock designed Commodore sells for $165,000

Two icons of Australian motoring earned big paydays for owners at Melbourne auction.

Wed 20 Feb 2019

Hidden way your drug use is tracked

Hidden way your drug use is tracked

Australians are using tonnes of meth, cocaine, MDMA and heroin, costing them billions and the government has a sneaky way of finding out.

Disgraced bank boss’s $1m payday

Disgraced bank boss’s $1m payday

NAB CEO Andrew Thorburn will walk away from the top job with his pockets well and truly lined despite the bank’s shocking behaviour.

Powerball jackpots to $30 million

Powerball jackpots to $30 million

As $30 million goes up for grabs in tomorrow’s Powerball draw, lotto officials have revealed the most frequently drawn numbers in the past eight months.

Mon 18 Feb 2019

Man’s perfect revenge after $64k mistake

Man’s perfect revenge after $64k mistake

Mark MacLeod lost tens of thousands of dollars thanks to one simple mistake made by his boss. Now he’s had the ultimate payback.

Sat 16 Feb 2019

Desperate Aussie’s $12k scam warning

Desperate Aussie’s $12k scam warning

Kate Browne and her family were all set for a massive 10-week international holiday. But two days in, disaster struck.

Fri 15 Feb 2019

Car dealers overstocked and slash 2018-plate vehicles

Car dealers overstocked and slash 2018-plate vehicles

Car dealers are overstocked with 2018-plated vehicles giving potential buyers the chance to save thousands on a new ride.

Wed 13 Feb 2019

Aussies lose it over $100k logo fail

Aussies lose it over $100k logo fail

Australia, this is how tens of thousands of your hard-earned taxpayer dollars have been spent. But can you spot the difference?

Banks face whopping new punishments

Banks face whopping new punishments

Banks still dealing with the fallout from the royal commission are now facing the prospect of massively increased penalties for wrongdoing.

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