Many Aussies consider tax time to be a bit of a chore at best — but it doesn’t have to be so stressful.According to Ben Johnston from leading Sydney accounting firm Willett Johnston Partners, taxpayers need to arm themselves with as much information as possible to avoid being...
Adelaide University Roseworthy campus staff and students have adopted three unwanted dogs.
Parents are being warned of the video app TikTok amid fears predators are lurking on the popular social media app.TikTok is a video app that launched in 2017 with more that 500 million users globally. It’s instant success means it’s catching up to major competitors such as Snapchat...
Australia’s flu season has taken an dangerous turn in 2019, causing Aussies to flock for potentially lifesaving vaccination in record numbers.But as more people receive the jab than ever before, the vaccination has received heavy criticism, with people believing they caught the flu because of their jab.However, Allen...
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Stop everything you are doing.Chuck out that sad salad, forget your limp wrap, and pour that cup-a-soup down the sink.Because you’ll be lunching at a humble establishment called McDonald’s today, and your bill will come to exactly $1.For one day only, Macca’s is practially giving away it’s most...
McDonald's is giving out it's iconic Big Mac burgers for $1, today only.
A British judge ordered on Friday that an abortion be performed on a mentally disabled woman who is 22 weeks pregnant — despite objections from the woman and her mother.Justice Nathalie Lieven admitted it was an “immense intrusion” to order the abortion against the woman’s will in the...
Eva May Watson-Doyle has had a difficult start to life after she was born prematurely at 26 weeks.In her five short years, the little girl has suffered from chronic lung disease, heart failure, developmental and intellectual delays and was diagnosed with a genetic brain disorder known as Rett...
THE comfort of the couch is proving to be the most popular place that Australians do their banking. It’s surpassed the old-school way many of us interacted with banks by visiting the local branch.Instead, more Australians are relying on their phones and computers to manage their money.New independent...