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Caitlin Fitzsimmons Since time immemorial women have stayed with violent partners because they can't afford to leave.
Clancy Yeates The dual citizenship chaos engulfing the government risks damaging how Australia is viewed by foreign investors and could threaten much-needed business investment, corporate leaders have warned.
Maggie Haberman Rupert Murdoch's second-eldest son is the first of the powerful media mogul's family to publicly condemn the US president's performance after the violence in Charlottesville, pledging to donate money to a civil rights organisation.
James Lemon Laura takes pride in her appearance like most of her peers, but she's gone to slightly different lengths than most to slim down for summer.
Marc Pallisco Following a false start last year, the Stambo's Group appears to have found a buyer for the abandoned former Morlynn Insulators factory in Yarraville, six kilometres west of the CBD.
Christine Long Getting a business off the ground isn't just about finding start-up money. Behind the scenes you've got to be able to live and ensure your personal finances don't go backwards.
Michael Pascoe The reality is that regulators are relying on banks with disparate systems to do their legwork while forever playing catch-up with the more organised criminals.
Andrew Leigh Last year, for the first time in history, we reached the point where the handful of largest global firms were technology companies.
John McDuling, Lucy Battersby This week Telstra attempted to clean house
Repairs to the Braidwood Memorial Swimming Pool could give it 25-30 additional years.
Phil Shoemark wants to ensure Braidwood is fairly represented in the new amalgamated council.
The former Palerang councillor said he's learned a lot in the three years since he last served.