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PM slams food hoarders and panic buyers

By Stephanie Bastiaan Prime Minister Scott Morrison has slammed Australians hoarding food and supplies describing the practice as “ridiculous” and “un-Australian”. He raised the issue of...

How Tinder girls are making a fortune

  Nykayla says she earns $1500 a week on average from Snapchat alone. That's about $40,000 in less than a year of being in the...

Tiger army pounces on the Grand Final Parade

More than 100,000 footy fans donned their team colours to cheer on their favourite players at today’s AFL Grand Final Parade. Marching bands paraded...

When everything goes wrong in the world’s most haunted surf spot

Ash’s heart was pounding, loudly, as he found himself scanning underneath his surfboard every few seconds. The water was so grey it was almost...

Is the Newstart allowance enough to live on?

The Newstart allowance is too low. That’s the word from politicians all over the political spectrum, including Pauline Hanson, Barnaby Joyce and even former...

Tongala Nestle factory closing its doors.

Nestle Tongala is set to cease operations in its factory, causing all 106 roles to be made redundant. The small factory that has primarily...

Suburban cornerstone, Glenny Kebabs reopens after Caltex controversy

https://youtu.be/fjUv2FMRnhg Kebab truck turned street-food store Glenny Kebabs has turned a business-threatening controversy into its greatest achievement.  Owner, Asad Syed said him and his team are...

An age of rage

At the start of the week, during her trip to the United States, Greta Thunburg addressed the UN hoping to encourage them to act...

Economy wobbles on eve of house-hunting season

Economists fear Australia may face its first recession since 1991 as the nation looks set for its worst economic performance in almost three decades,...

Podcast: AFL grand final preview

The 2019 AFL grand final is upon us; just four quarters of football to decide who will lift the premiership cup this year. One side...