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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.
British coin sparks grammar controversy
An author calls for a boycott of the coin over the absence of a certain punctuation mark.
How much of your budget should be spent on health and fitness
While many are happy to spend more than $200 on running shoes, others will balk at the cost. How much do you spend on health and fitness? Read more:
Aussies latest target in horrific new scam
Victims are lured in with the promise of implausibly cheap Samsung smartphones, with the victims being targeted on Facebook. Scammers have gone to great lengths to keep this scam looking as legitimate as possible. Read more:
New 50c coin released
The Royal Australian Mint has released a special batch of coins to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Indian Pacific rail service. Here’s how you can get it.
Harris Scarfe to close 21 stores across Australia
The retailer will shut down its flagship store in Adelaide after it was placed in receivership last month.
Aussies warned of changes that impact their finances in 2020
Aussies should be aware of the changes that impact their finances in the year ahead, which include new cash rates and a health insurance hike.