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Betting on autonomy: Investors are waiting for Tesla’s future to arrive

Tesla’s earnings might be $US1.2 billion ($1.8 billion) lower than a year ago amid slowing growth of the electric vehicle market, but that...

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Stephen Bartholomeusz

How Flight Centre’s news on falling airfares became Qantas’ problem

It’s time to book that overdue holiday. Updated profit guidance from Flight Centre should be music to the ears of the travelling public –...

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Elizabeth Knight

The main problem with tourist trails? The tourists

Travel is best when you have a mission, however unlikely. It might be the need to buy a present for a friend obsessed with chihuahuas. It may be...

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Richard Glover

The run home: Where the contenders stand in the race for the AFL top eight

The run home to the AFL finals in 2024 shapes as one for the ages, with positions two through to eight there for the taking with five home-and-away...

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Jon Pierik

You want cheap stuff? You’ll need to accept more pain like the CrowdStrike crash

The appearance of the blue screen of death across the world’s laptops and PCs last Friday will have caused billions of dollars worth of problems...

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Shane Wright

Money and power: Why Europe’s top leagues have declared war against FIFA

Late on Tuesday night (AEST), FIFPro Europe - a branch of the global players’ union FIFPro - announced it will take joint legal action against...

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Vince Rugari

Liverpool councillors’ vanity project is a lost cause and expensive

The embattled Liverpool Council appears to have convinced itself that its municipality is some sort of ancient citadel preparing to meet dark...

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Trump trades: Markets are betting against Europe, oil and humanity

Every brokerage house is coming out with its list of “Trump trades”, now that America’s triumphant caudillo is deemed a shoo-in for a second...

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Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

The first time I saw crying that frightened me, it came from my father

The first time I saw crying that frightened me, it was a Wednesday in 1983. I heard it before I saw it. My dad’s enormous body producing...

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Jacinta Parsons

Marky Mark is the weapon Australia’s sevens team needs in Paris

With remarkable blends of speed, strength and skill, Mark Nawaqanitawase and Antoine Dupont will make it look easy at these Olympics. Their...

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Michael Hooper

Consumers locked out of financial advice as fees keep rising

An increasing number of people seeking financial advice to help them navigate complex rules and regulations, particularly around retirement...

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John Collett

Can’t get a tradie? The CFMEU’s stranglehold on major projects is choking all of us

Across Australia we face constraints on new home building supply and the ability of households to undertake major renovations. The most prominent...

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Harley Dale

Death and taxes are inevitable. Here’s how retirees can minimise the latter

Most retired couples live on an account-based pension from their super fund, often supplemented by a part age pension. This usually works well...

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Noel Whittaker

The financial steps that can make or break your new business

Lately, I’ve been getting more questions from aspiring business owners. Today, I want to share the financial mistakes to avoid and how to set...

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Paridhi Jain

Cost-of-living crisis? Why only some of us are feeling the pinch

If you believe the opinion polls, we’re all groaning under the weight of the cost-of-living crisis. And Treasurer Jim Chalmers confirms we’ve all...

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Ross Gittins

Can you withdraw a loved one’s super after death to save on tax?

I have a query regarding your recent article on wills. You seemed to be advocating withdrawing money from bank accounts or superannuation funds...

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Noel Whittaker

Westpac offers debit cards to eight-year-olds in youth banking push

As banks seek to sign up the next generation of customers, Westpac has taken a further step towards the cradle by lowering the age for access to...

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John Collett

Retiree, beware: New residential village model charges more the longer you live

Residents in retirement villages who stay longer than the average nine years have long posed a problem for operators, but one company has come up...

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Rachel Lane

Eight stocks that analysts have tipped for a turnaround

Some of Australia’s best-known listed companies have share prices that are languishing – often for reasons not of their own making – with...

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John Collett

I’m a cafe worker. There’s one question customers ask that shows a lack of respect

While blundering his way towards a crushing defeat in the UK’s general election this month, Rishi Sunak made many mistakes as prime minister....

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Liam Heitmann-Ryce-Lemercier

How the government’s CFMEU response plays into the Coalition’s hands

With Australia’s federal election looming and the battleground issue being the cost-of-living crisis, the Albanese government’s decision to...

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Elizabeth Knight

Enough. It’s time to straighten up our construction sites with a strong regulator

If only feigning shock could restore order to the nation’s building sites. If that were the case then the procession of supposedly gobsmacked...

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I’m a grandmother, not a child carer. I did the job the first time around

As Baby Boomers prepare for their final act, it is hard to ignore the recent musings on the role of grandparents. From the op-ed pages to the...

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Avril Moore

China makes surprise move as alarm bells ring louder

Last week’s “third plenum” of China’s Communist Party may have disappointed with its lack of any plans for large-scale stimulus, but its...

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Stephen Bartholomeusz

Why a 20-team NRL competition solves rugby league’s biggest problems

An endless maelstrom of exclusive stories, breaking news and bombshell revelations is rapidly making NRL expansion the most tedious topic in the...

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Andrew Webster

Ugly Australians are helping to drive Filipino online child sex trade

Of all the faces we present to the world, they are the ugliest Australians and our national shame. They are the paedophiles who prey on the poor...

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The cinema was ‘cash-free’ but the eftpos machines were down. Was I in a movie?

While stepping up to buy tickets at the cinema on Friday evening, I had a moment of panic. As I shuffled to the front of the line, two signs glared...

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Millie Muroi

Light rail on Broadway, start-ups and a green hub: City of Sydney’s vision for 2035 revealed

Extending Sydney’s light rail along Broadway, supporting start-ups, enhancing the night-time economy and accelerating the transition to greener...

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Matt Wade

Biden couldn’t withstand the friendly fire. But will his self-sacrifice save the Democrats?

Around us an epic history swirls. A president in self-isolation because of COVID, and in political isolation nursing the wounds from his...

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Nick Bryant

Massive outage shows the vulnerability of the global tech ecosystem

The way in which a minor and routine software update paralysed IT systems globally on Friday has highlighted the vulnerability of a global economy...

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Stephen Bartholomeusz

Cleary’s clutch miracle shouldn’t have happened. But he’s just that good

After 10 weeks watching from his father’s coach’s box, Nathan Cleary and Penrith needed just three simple plays to send their 16 rivals an...

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Dan Walsh

Police kill more than 100 students in protests over job handouts

New Delhi: The video, taken this month, shows a Bangladeshi protester wearing a black T-shirt and standing on one side of an empty street. His arms...

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Anupreeta Das

Suddenly, Trump, not Biden, is the buffoonish old guy in the race

When the US Supreme Court tossed out 50 years of judicial precedent and overruled Roe v Wade, it was an enormous victory for the forces of the...

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Bill Wyman

Why the Pies can’t get de going and a Hawks wizard finds his magic touch: Key takeouts from round 19

As Collingwood’s season slips away, the aftermath is already beckoning a few players. After Hawthorn set fire to the Magpies’ premiership defence...

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Andrew Stafford

Biden’s exit changes the game. But here’s why Trump’s still on track to win

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Peter Hartcher

Could a Harris economy prove more progressive than ‘Bidenomics’?

At the first Democratic presidential debate in 2019, Kamala Harris, then a senator from California, unleashed a scathing critique of the Trump...

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Alan Rappeport

Construction industry a honeypot that capital and labour fight over

Don’t fall for the bogeyman theory of our troubled major constructions industry: its union has gone rogue, been infiltrated by criminal elements,...

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Ross Gittins

For heaven’s sake, Joe, let it go

Everyone wants Joe Biden gone. Even the people who don’t want him gone really want him gone. “Everyone’s waiting for Joe,” said a top...

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Maureen Dowd

Victorious Blues dress for success in final shot at Maroons

Select NSW squad members sent a none-too-subtle message to their Queensland rivals in the way they celebrated their Origin series victory on...

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Danny Weidler

It was only Georgia, but Wallabies produced their best passage of play for two years

1. What smart Rassie will take from Wallabies’ performance against Georgia. It would be a stretch to say that Joe Schmidt was playing 4D chess on...

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Paul Cully

How close are we to chaos? It turns out, just one blue screen of death

In some places, Friday’s mass tech outage resembled the beginning of an apocalyptic zombie movie. Supermarket checkouts were felled across the...

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David Swan

Devil will be in the detail on Labor’s CFMEU response

Underworld infiltration. Late-night intimidation. Kickbacks for access to big government projects. Bullying and harassment on building sites. A...

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Who wants to be a millionaire? You should read this first

According to a new global financial report, Australians are now the second-richest people in the world based on median wealth. As a nation with a...

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Victoria Devine

CEO burnout: The ‘dirty little secret’ among business top brass

For Sancar Sahin, a chicken masala was the last straw. He had come home one Friday night, exhausted from another week “working every hour under...

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Charlotte Lytton

The quick fixes Carlton must make as they march toward finals

Michael Voss said through summer that Carlton needed to become a “great” home-and-away side to lay the platform for a legitimate premiership...

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Jon Pierik

How Jack Ginnivan is having his cake and eating it too

Jack Ginnivan departed Collingwood with a premiership medal around his neck, leaving behind a club whose finals hopes are in disarray and that is...

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Andrew Wu

‘I don’t just want to be an Olympian, I want to be a successful one’

Of Scottish and Jamaican heritage , Torrie Lewis came to Australia when she was six years old. This year she broke the national 100-metre sprint...

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Peter Fitzsimons

From Grange to loose change: How to turn your hobby into a money spinner

Real Money, a free weekly newsletter giving expert tips on how to save, invest and make the most of your money, is sent every Sunday. You’re...

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Dominic Powell

I never felt emotional about my email address, until they tried to take it from me

I sent my first-ever email in 1997, the year of Princess Diana’s death and Hotmail’s birth, using my housemate’s email address during a...

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Vivienne Pearson

Working-class voters are swinging right. But can Dutton win the battle for the battlers?

J.D. Vance – a powerful symbol of white working-class America – has been nominated as the vice president of Donald Trump’s campaign. At the same...

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Margot Saville

J.D. Vance is a jump to the left and a step to the right

J.D. Vance is Donald Trump’s pick for vice president should he win the November US election. That’s either a move to the right for the Trump...

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Parnell Palme Mcguinness

Should I boost my super or pay off my mortgage?

Should I focus on paying off my mortgage or growing my super? I have just turned 62, and I still owe $253,954 on my mortgage. I have $194,700 in my...

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Paul Benson

Why you should think twice about retiring early

A lady named Lisa wrote to me this week, prepared for a big debate. “I think you’re wrong about early retirement. I heard you say that retirement...

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Bec Wilson

While Trump is being canonised by his party, Biden is being flagellated by his

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Peter Hartcher

CrowdStrike IT meltdown a nightmare scenario that may have been inevitable

American cybersecurity company CrowdStrike has become a household name overnight. But that’s not because of its decade spent securing and protecting...

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Tim Biggs

Customers should not bear the brunt of scam losses

Australians lost more than $2 billion dollars to scams last year. The digital nature of these criminal operations, which often traverse physical...

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Why gene doping is the next great Olympic threat

When he stands on the blocks for the Enhanced Games, an Olympics-style event where performance-enhancing drugs are not only permitted but...

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Adrian Proszenko

The McReight stuff: How the Wallabies rated against Georgia

The Wallabies survived against Georgia and made it three from three under Joe Schmidt in the July Test series. Some players shone, and stamped...

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Iain Payten

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