Premiers unite in call for social media bans for kids

22 May

Millions of Australian children could be barred from using social media platforms under age-limit changes floated by state premiers who want bolstered protections for young people against online harm. The leaders of NSW, Queensland and Victoria...[Read More]

Call to expand reasons to ignore boss in new work laws

22 May

A worker’s right to ignore unreasonable out-of-hours contact from their boss should expressly include when they are on approved leave as well as staffing arrangements, the peak union body says. Right to disconnect laws passed by the Albanese...[Read More]

Income gap roars back in post pandemic recovery

22 May

The gap between the haves and have-nots narrowed during the COVID-19 pandemic but widened again as the economy roared back to life when lockdowns ended and borders reopened. Yet with the fresh Productivity Commission analysis failing to cover the...[Read More]

‘No one is immune’: scammers targeting property buyers

22 May

Property buyers are being swindled out of hundreds of thousands of dollars as scammers target the email accounts of financial service businesses. Scammers are hacking the cybersecurity systems of conveyancing professionals and tricking potential...[Read More]

Winemakers head to Hong Kong to kickstart exports

22 May

Australian winemakers hope exports to China will bounce back or surpass pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels as they head to Hong Kong for the first time since prohibitive trade tariffs were dropped. A delegation of industry heavyweights and government...[Read More]

AI race being lost in climate of fear, inquiry told

22 May

Australian companies and workers are missing out on vital benefits from artificial intelligence, an inquiry has heard, as talk about its risks fuel a climate of fear. The Australian Information Industry Association made the claims at a Senate...[Read More]

New energy projects needed to keep the lights on

22 May

AUSTRALIAN ENERGY MARKET * Blackouts, power outages and increased energy prices are forecast across several states unless urgent government action is taken * The NSW, Victorian and South Australian governments must invest in energy projects or power...[Read More]

Breast tissue ‘breakthrough’ to aid cancer research

22 May

Researchers say they have managed to keep breast cancer tissue viable for at least a week outside of the human body, paving the way for enhanced cancer treatments. A new study, funded by the Prevent Breast Cancer charity, found breast tissue could...[Read More]

Use these 3 tips to maintain a good credit score

16 May

Your credit score is a numerical indicator lenders use to determine how risk-free you are as a borrower. It is based on the details in your credit report, such as your borrowing history and whether you have made timely payments.   People with low...[Read More]

Top 10 Essentials for Lifelong Health and Wellness

16 May

Creating a sustainable approach to health and well-being involves habits and practices that enhance physical, mental, and emotional health over the long term.    Here’s a top 10 list to help maintain ongoing health and well-being:   Balanced...[Read More]

5 Tips for an amazing life after retirement

16 May

Have you ever thought about life after retirement? If you have, you most likely think about the best things in life: a happy family, good health and wealth. The only way to make this dream retirement a reality is to have the right retirement...[Read More]

What are the main types of intellectual property?

16 May

Intellectual property (IP) represents creations of the mind and encompasses various legal protections.   Here’s an insight into the primary types of IP:   Copyright Copyright law shields the original expression of ideas, including literature,...[Read More]