iPhones sold in Australia have been getting dearer over the past few years compared with other countries, CommSec's iPhone index shows.
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Fran Cusworth We would be paying to stay in other people's homes in Paris and Rome - why not see if other people would pay to stay in ours in Melbourne?
John Collett Returns from Australian shares have not been as good as for most overseas markets.
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Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon Financial expert and consumer advocate Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon answers readers' questions.
John Collett A big lift in the share price of Richard Pritchard's pick of lithium miner Argosy helped the Chartist to increase his lead over his main challenger in the final week of the four-week Shares Race and take line honours.
Phil Usher Criticism of Acorns for its fee structure is missing the point.
Mark Bouris In the past five years we've seen an astonishing disruption in financial services that gives consumers different ways to invest.
A fun filled celebration for Braidwood's soccer players.
The Hume Highway was abuzz with police on Saturday for the annual Wall to Wall Remembrance ride.
Braidwood's Wyll Holland will pull on the Australian Barbarians' jersey when the team takes take on New Zealand.
The Black Widows were keen to get back on the field after a long break, while the Spiderlings ...
'The things we accumulate and soon forget, unseen, unloved, and very likely unwanted.'
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Wyll Holland has been called into the Australian Barbarians squad to take on the New Zealand schoolboys.