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The forgotten people of the jobs boom

Some Australians are being locked out of the employment market despite record-high levels of job vacancies, according to a new report urging the federal government to do more to help.…

Fears ‘financial earthquake’ to hit globe

There are fears a “financial earthquake” causing widespread distress is going to hit globally, with a warning issued by the world’s leading expert on debt crises. The rapid rate of…

Australia’s richest raked in $150,000 per minute

The richest 1 per cent of Australians have pocketed more than $2500 a second – or $150,000 per minute – for 10 years straight, a shocking new report has revealed.…

Sydney tenant has rent fully paid by subtenants

A Sydney tenant has been ruthlessly shamed after publicly outing themselves for having their four housemates pay the entirety of the rent while they lived for free. For two years,…

Putin’s secret weapon to strangle Europe has fizzled

Vladimir Putin’s secret weapon has fizzed. He turned off the taps. He blew up his own pipelines. But gas prices in midwinter Europe have fallen to pre-war levels. “We will…

‘I warned him’: Boss docks worker’s pay for being on phone

A hospitality boss is receiving death threats after a former casual employee posted online about being docked five hours of pay because he used his phone while working. In a…

Infuriating detail in Aussie rent crisis

There’s not much good news on the horizon for Australian renters, despite a recent modest boost to the amount of available rental properties. The number of residential rental vacancies Australia-wide…

Australia can’t keep making the same mistake with China

The news is full of new concessions from China to Australia. China appears to be reversing its shadow-ban on importing Aussie coal that wiped $1 billion off Australia’s balance sheet.…

Push for more public holidays in Australia

The push for an additional two annual public holidays in Australia has intensified to align the country with its growing reputation as a multicultural society. Current public holidays represent Western…

Major flaw in Labor’s energy plan exposed

Major energy retailers across the country have been forced to stop taking on new gas customers while others ramp up their prices, as they struggle under the government-imposed price cap.…