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31 October 2017 1:01 PM Aussies upbeat on their finances

Share price gains for energy producers, property developers and supermarket giant Woolworths have been outweighed by weakness among the banks and miners. Woolworths has achieved its fourth straight quarter of stronger sales growth than its major rival Coles, and achieved improved sales at Big W. Apple's Tim Cook and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg met Chinese 16

21 October 2017 1:17 PM All Blacks player ratings: Who starred, struggled in Bledisloe Cup loss

AN insignificant speed bump or an empire in decline? Here’s how the All Blacks players rated in the shock 23-18 Bledisloe Cup loss to the Wallabies at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium. Decent shift from the pint-sized fullback, who moved to five-eighth in place of Lima Sopoaga on the hour mark. Wasn’t able to break through for a defining play but got plenty 31

3 October 2017 5:06 AM Australian ready meals are saltier than ever: study

It’s a $900 million industry taking over our supermarket aisles, but some ready meals contain more than an entire day’s worth of salt in a single serve – and according to new research, they’re getting saltier. From those products surveyed, researchers found the average ready meal from the supermarket freezer, fridge and shelf of Coles, Woolworths, ALDI and IGA contains 24

18 September 2017 7:46 AM Ex-RSL boss details eye-watering expenses

The former boss of the NSW RSL has admitted spending the charity's funds on his mortgage as well as family phone bills, flights, meals and accommodation in his presidential suite at a Sydney hotel. Don Rowe headed the NSW-based veterans' support arm from 2003 until he stepped down in late 2014, for reasons at the time attributed to ill health. In fact, he was given 23

18 September 2017 4:20 AM RSL funds for Xmas, mortgage: inquiry

Former NSW RSL boss has told a public inquiry he used part of his car allowance to pay his mortgage and spent nearly $600 of RSL funds on Christmas shopping. Don Rowe apologised at a state public inquiry on Monday for spending the organisation's money on personal expenses but insists it wasn't deliberate. "I apologise to the RSL, LifeCare and RSL Welfare 21

12 September 2017 11:56 PM ‘This happens every morning at Coles’: Woman posts video of shoppers scrambling for baby formula

A FED-UP Coles customer has posted shocking video of a group of women scrambling to strip baby formula from shelves. “Same people every day literally running into the store fighting each other grabbing as much baby formula as they possibly can leaving the entire shelf empty laughing at me thinking it’s funny when I questioned them about it. What are you going 55

12 September 2017 7:16 AM Video of Indigenous man being hosed from Darwin footpath 'shocking', NT Chief Minister says

Northern Territory Chief Minister Michael Gunner says he is shocked and upset after a video emerged showing a person outside a tour company spraying a hose towards an Indigenous man sitting on a busy footpath in the centre of Darwin. NT Police said they were aware of the video and would make enquiries in the wake of the footage, which was recorded outside 20

7 September 2017 10:50 AM Kettle chips recalled over fears of 'rubber pieces' inside packets

Some flavours of popular Kettle brand chips packets are being recalled amid fears they may contain pieces of rubber. Food Standards Australia and the NSW Food Authority issued a food recall alert for the fried potato crisps on Thursday. "Snack Brands Australia has recalled Kettle Sea Salt and Kettle Rosemary and Sea Salt from Coles and Woolworths stores 14

25 July 2017 10:21 PM Brisbane man arrested after woman set alight

A man has been charged after a Brisbane woman was allegedly doused in an accelerant and set on fire. A 27-year-old Wavell Heights man, who police allege is known to the victim, was taken into custody and subsequently charged with one count of attempted murder and one count of entering with intent. Police allege that the man walked through the open back door of a house 22

19 July 2017 6:11 AM Children pricked by syringe at Broadmeadows Coles supermarket

Two children have been pricked by a hidden syringe in separate incidents at Coles supermarket in Melbourne's north-west, which is being described by police as "malicious". The first incident happened at the supermarket on Pascoe Vale Road, Broadmeadows, on Monday at 1:30pm, when a child was pricked by a needle hidden under a rail. Another child was pricked 35