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2015/08/03 00:58
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IT would be nice to have $1 million in your superannuation account when you retire, but it's by no way essential. Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees boss Tom Garcia believes claims that...
2015/08/03 00:58
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2015/08/03 00:46
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According to a new survey, ​teenage girls are using their phones to send sexual images of themselves because they think it's fun and sexy, rather than because they feel pressured to. One in two...
2015/08/02 15:17
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... news Australians boozing more: research AUSTRALIANS aged 15 to 19 are drinking significantly more alcohol than adults, say researchers. THEY also found Australians generally are drinking...
2015/08/02 15:05
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Booze culture .... Aussie women are drinking more. WE’VE become a nation of drunks with new research showing alcohol consumption in Australia is on the rise and women and young people are drinking...
2015/08/02 14:46
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Norman Sandstrom, Albert Annesley, Billy Gersback and Tom Cheong / Pictures: Justin Lloyd THE ranks of the nation’s WWII heroes are diminishing by an estimated 30 a day — now a national project aims...
2015/08/01 23:26
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Motion capture cameras helping javelin throwers in search for extra distance Australian sport scientists have turned to 3D motion capture technology in their search for extra distance for javelin...
2015/08/01 22:53
2015/08/01 22:53
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Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Some took it as an opportunity to draw a line in the sand against racial intolerance and racism. Some thought it was a beat...
2015/08/01 15:12
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Firebrand Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi has set his anti-halal sights on the Australian Institute of Sport. Firebrand Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi has set his anti-halal sights on the Australian...
2015/07/31 16:50
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Glen Ella. Photo: Fiona-Lee Quimby While my family and I are not ones to weigh in on public debates regularly, the recent commentary regarding the treatment of Adam Goodes, is something that has...
2015/07/31 16:12
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The "cosy" relationship between Victoria's private building surveyors and the builders who pay to receive their permits is under renewed scrutiny. Major failings have been exposed in Victoria's...
2015/07/31 14:50
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Brad Cooper will argue that tax breaks on superannuation needed to be limited. Photo: Louie Douvis All sides of the usually fractious superannuation industry have rallied behind a call from the head...
2015/07/31 09:05
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In denial ... better educated women are among our biggest drinkers. “I’VE f***ed up, s***, I’ve f***ed everything up so badly.” Even when Angelina* had just about hit rock bottom she still found...
2015/07/31 06:46
2015/07/31 06:46
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The Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning’s Tin Sheds Gallery will stage a photographic exhibition by Parlour Inc, which captures women architects and the architectural workplaces of three...
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2015/07/31 06:23
2015/07/31 06:23
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Major brands and sports codes endorse statement condemning booing of Adam Goodes A joint statement backed by a huge cross section of Australian brands and businesses has called for renewed efforts to...
2015/07/31 05:05
2015/07/31 05:05
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Fraud against the federal government has cost taxpayers $530 million over the three years to 2012/13. A new report by the Australian Institute of Criminology shows there were 265,866 incidents of...
2015/07/31 04:48
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Commonwealth public servants are the unsung heroes in the battle against corruption, dobbing-in dodgy colleagues in their thousands, according to a new report on fraud against the...
2015/07/31 04:17
2015/07/31 04:17
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South Australia Finks sergeant-at-arms and former boxing star among five men jailed over brutal bashing of clubmate in Salisbury headquarters Kidman Park house fire. Taskforce Mallee expanded....
2015/07/30 08:18
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Julia Gillard with David Gonski at the ANZ Women's Initiative lunch in Sydney on Wednesday. Photo: Louise Kennerley Former prime minister Julia Gillard says the "unconscious bias" against women has...
2015/07/30 00:26
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Sydney Harbour ferry services to be suspended for four hours during stop work Sydney Harbour ferry services will be suspended for four hours this morning while workers vote on a new enterprise...
2015/07/30 00:21
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The existing heavy weighting of tax concessions to high income earners is a key factor behind the gender gap in retirement savings, according to two superannuation bodies. The Australian Institute of...
2015/08/03 00:58
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