With slow wage and job growth, Australians are falling behind financially. And the amount of Australians withdrawing superannuation early on compassionate grounds has risen 590% in the last six years.
When was the last time you were in a bar or at the bottle shop and thought, ‘Wow, these drinks are cheap’? Most likely, your answer is ‘never’.
We discuss Venezuela’s idea to rid the county of their currency and launch its own cryptocurrency. The consequences for international trade and relations could be huge. Could this happen?
Property speculation in Australia is a national sport where corruption has been a distinguishing characteristic. Most of which has been to the detriment of the ordinary Australian.
Christmas should be a time of happiness and joy for families in Australia. Instead, counter-terror agencies and local police are sounding the alarm that this is the most dangerous time of year.
The battle between 13Cabs and UBER rages on, with the traditional transport provider apparently resorting to dirty tactics to win the war.
Much of the talk about Amazon’s launch in Australia has been doom and gloom for local retailers. But some online Aussie giants have taken a different approach.
Australian governments have encouraged young people to aim for university degrees. And many have been aiming high. But lately, the enrolment rate has come under fire.
Wage growth in Australia remains stuck in a rut. And though the official unemployment rate dropped to 5.4% in November, the prospect of higher pay cheques remains elusive.
Australia looks like it is about to fall victim to a massive correction in the property market.
In good news for the manufacturing sector, VeroGuard Systems have announced they will build a new manufacturing facility just outside of Adelaide.
With the introduction of self-driving cars, is it really your fault if it crashes? After all, you weren’t driving, the car was…
Are you tired of hearing about Amazon.com yet? Well, take a deep breath. The story isn’t going away.
The uniforms have reportedly caused medical issues, while also preventing officers from doing their jobs effectively.
A Melbourne man was charged after allegedly giving some of his disability pension to Islamic State terrorists in Syria.
International experts are calling on schools to introduce Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the curriculum. Failure to do so might leave future generations jobless and lost.
A baby girl has been admitted to hospital after her father allegedly fed the infant illicit drugs.
The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park board of management has declared that visitors will be banned from climbing Uluru from 2019.
Australia’s proverbial horse race is here again, and data from the Commonwealth bank shows that the race really does ‘stop the nation.’
Australians have been dobbing in welfare cheats in record-high numbers. In the last financial year, most states saw record highs for reports on welfare cheats.
Religious and spiritual institutions are increasingly concerned about the impact of artificial intelligence. In fact, there are already religions founded on AI technology.
Part of the lie we’re told is that people will delay buying things if they can get them cheaper down the road. But that argument doesn’t hold up when prices simply remain stable.
The intention of Aussie welfare is to keep families fed and sheltered. It isn’t intended to provide the cash for a full and rewarding lifestyle.
When the people who built this country are being pushed out of the workforce, you know there is a problem. It’s a problem that no one wants to talk about.
A serious flaw in the incredibly popular Wi-Fi technology has recently come to light. Just about every person in developed countries is now at risk.
No, the $223 billion (US$175 billion) represents the total current value of all cryptocurrencies. There are now over 1,100 cryptos in virtual circulation.
If Australia continues to expand at its current rate, the population will double in just 45 years…to 48 million people. Whether you prefer an urban environment or a rural one, this is clearly unsustainable growth.
Australia’s defence was significantly compromised in November 2016 by incompetent aerospace defence contractor, according to a report released by the Australian Cyber Security Centre.
In Australia, on the other hand, some of the records we’re setting decidedly fall into the ‘not good’ camp. South Australia for example, now holds the record for the world’s highest power bills in Aussie dollars, per kilowatt hour.
The Federal Court have found no issue with the Fair Work Commission’s decision to reduce penalty rates. The unions have lost this battle.