Real estate investors stand to be hardest hit as banks reprice mortgages to meet tougher regulatory requirements, according to a report out today.
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Two major Government departments have been told to strengthen cyber security defences after an audit found they were vulnerable to attacks that could compromise sensitive information.
Those whose parents own a home are able to take advantage of a wider set of opportunities than others, HILDA survey data shows.
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Bruce Loveless accused of accepting services of sex workers and other bribes in exchange for helping defence contractor milk the navy of millions
A retired US navy admiral and eight other current and former military officers were bribed with sex, trips and other lavish perks, according to an indictment unsealed on Tuesday in a burgeoning scandal involving a Malaysian defence contractor nicknamed Fat Leonard.
Retired admiral Bruce Loveless, 53, and the others have been accused of accepting the services of sex workers and other bribes from Leonard Francis in exchange for classified information that helped his company, Glenn Defence Marine Asia.
A single message to Tara Moss on Twitter showed the extent of cyber bullying. The author and TV presenter decided to fight back — and reveal the murky world of cyber hate.
Laing O’Rourke lays off local and fly-in-fly-out staff over contract dispute with consortium partner Kawasaki Heavy Industries
More than 800 staff have been stood down from the $36bn Inpex gas project in Darwin over a contract dispute, a decision the CFMEU says was a “complete shock”.
Construction group Laing O’Rourke has stood down about 245 local workers and 395 fly-in fly-out workers over a dispute with its consortium partner Kawasaki Heavy Industries.
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Last night, 1.3 million Australians uttered the same phrase at exactly the same time: “Finally!”
Finally air hostess/model Nadia called bullshit on perennially smug race caller Anthony. On a romantic date, as the pair contemplated their future together, he declared it was entirely logical that she should give up her life in Brisbane and move down to his home town of Sydney for him. And, really, what’s the big drama?
Voices in Trump’s movement warn that the GOP health-care plan is “a trap set for Trump.”