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Hank Jongen claims Centrelink is still using computers from the 1980s.
You can't deny real talent when you see it.
All of your tropical getaway dreams can come true.
For the everyday person on an everyday budget.
If you really want staff to wear a uniform, make sure you don't adopt a 'one size and style fits all' manifesto.
On paper, you should be having the time of your life in your mid-twenties. You're on the career ladder, your biggest responsibility is paying your council tax and you've totally grown out of drunkenly...
'It's not what you know, it's who you know' is not just a cliche.
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Bakers Delight, Coffee Club have been caught underpaying workers.
There's nothing ennobling or romantic about struggling.
The highest earners on Instagram have been revealed, with the likes of Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian and Zoella reportedly earning tens of thousands for sponsored posts. Researchers from Instagram sche...
Says she donated her $5000 to Make-A-Wish
What you can claim has changed a bit since last year.
And somehow, people still contribute.
New masks, lighting and filters are coming your way.
It's bigger than Italy, and employs fifty times more people than Adani's planned Carmichael Coal Mine.
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Malcolm Turnbull is getting a raise and a tax cut on the same day.
$23 billion in funding became law at 2am.
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New ABS figures shed some light on which industries are growing -- and which aren't.
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Seems Melbourne and Sydney aren't quite as bad as we think.
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Money can't by you love, but it can buy you tickets.
Alcohol, tobacco and pornography purchases restricted for 24 months.
The eight metre veil and train have to be seen to be believed!
Senate inquiry recommends debts be re-assessed immediately.
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Medical and welfare groups are dismayed at the move.
Michelle, 23, finds having control over where her money goes empowering.
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They're pushing on with the controversial plan to drug test welfare clients.
The idea that they should just puff out their chests and demand a wage rise must seem like a joke to low-income earners.
Musicians, comedians, actors and journalists are helping to raise money for refugee services.
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This family violence survivor believes so.
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'What a bloody disgrace.'
And the problem is worse than we think.