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Survey reveals the brands Aussies trust the most
The independent survey conducted by Australian Reader’s Digest has asked over 3000 people to name the brand they trust the most across more than 70 consumer categories.
Royal Mint unveils the most expensive coin ever
The Royal Mint has revealed a new gold coin as part of its new James Bond collection that is a one-of-a-kind collector’s item.
“Check your receipts”: Shopper issues Woolworths plastic bag warning
A Woolworths customer who noticed an unusual charge on her shopping receipt has warned others to check if they too have been stung by an extra cost.
Honda and Mitsubishi recall 42,000 cars
The car manufacturers will buy back affected vehicles at market price due to a safety concern. Is your car affected?
Age discrimination biggest barrier to job opportunity
A new report polling more than 3,000 Australians found that many workers believe their age is holding them back from finding employment.
Online romance scammers cost Aussies more than $28.6 million
The ACCC has issued warnings after nearly 4,000 dating and romance scams were reported last year.
Posting about politicians? The NSW Police Force may have you in their sights
The police force is cracking down on social media posts that are targeted at politicians.
5 ways to protect yourself from identity theft
With identity theft on the rise and people losing more money than ever to scammers, it’s important to stay vigilant.
The secret of the April price hike that Aussies need to know
Private health funds are raising their premiums by an average 2.92% on April 1 2020. Though it’s set to be the lowest hike in 19 years, it will still add $103.50 to the average family policy, and around $35.35 to a single’s policy.
Lowly silver coins to be phased out
Aussies may have to bid 5 and 10 cent coins goodbye within years.