AMP boss quits over banking scandal

AMP chief executive Craig Meller has quit in the wake of the disturbing revelations from the wealth management giant at the Banking Royal Commission.

Qld's $54 billion opportunity

The agriculture sector could be a major driver of massive growth in Queensland's economy in the next decade.

Can Queensland make the most of changing global economy

Kleenmaid fraud appeal in pipeline

Bradley Wendell Young is planning to appeal the Kleenmaid convictions and sentence.

Bradley Young planning to fight nine-year sentence

Rare, key location in Buderim

Build the home of your dreams with enough room for all the extras

Contractor goes bust, workers unpaid on $53m Coast project

Investigators want anyone who used a broker to get a building licence in 2013-2015 to come forward. Generic picture

Oceanside contractor leaves workers in the lurch

Same-sex kiss causes uproar

Amy and Maddie, the couple that was kicked out of the rink.

"The sense of inequality really hit me.”

Banking for Aussies just got worse

Things are getting ugly at Commonwealth Bank after devastating admissions at the Banking Royal Commission.

The reputations of Australia’s big banks has taken a big hit this week.

Woolies fail exposes bigger risk

WOOLIES customers went home hungry when its software melted down. But the error highlights a “pattern of failure” putting us all at risk.

One-time money guru 'depressed' after ProphetMax scandal

ProphetMax's Senen Pousa leaves the court after his conviction for carrying on a financial services business without a licence.

Byron Bay mentor now broke, couch-surfing

Things to do before July 1 to save money

There are some things you should be doing now if you want to save money.

Looking over your finances can help you reap the benefits.

Why aged care begins at 50

Parents and children should discuss aged care long before it’s needed.

"The biggest issue with aged care and accommodation is the lack of education."

Aussies waste thousands annually on loose spending

Maddison Tweedie said she tries to watch her spending relatively closely and she does not use a credit card.

These bite-sized spends are making their mark on our balance sheets

OUT OF CONTROL: Secret forces behind high house prices

What happens in New York City, London, Tokyo, Beijing and Shanghai is now changing the prices of homes in Australia. Picture: Paul Miller/AAP Sydney house prices to fall?

It's not the government behind economy-destroying house prices

What to think about before going guarantor

Be careful getting involved with a family member’s finances. Illustration by John Tiedemann

Going guarantor for someone can be risky at the best of times.

Why you should change your iPhone passcode

DO YOU use a six-digit passcode for your iPhone? If you answered yes, you need to change it right away to keep your content safe. Here’s why.

Why more Aussies are choosing 50Mbps NBN plan

NBN says the new stats are encouraging. Picture: The Australian/Chris Pavlich

Low speeds are still the most popular.

Facebook CEO’s $11.4M spending spree

Mark Zuckerberg, Co-Founder and CEO of Facebook, spent a fortune on private security last year. Picture: Ron Sachs — CNP / MEGA

The splurge was almost entirely for personal security and use of a private jet.

UberEats is ‘a truly evil company’

Burgers by Josh owner Josh Arthurs.

A popular burger chef has unleashed a scathing attack on UberEats

‘It’s war’: Trump’s new obsession

DONALD Trump has picked a new target for his latest feud, ranting obsessively about it. This is why he’s so mad.

Why Facebook's model is incompatible with human rights

Outrage is brewing over Facebook's admission to spying on people

'I cured cancer. I can't be quiet': Woman claims

Shona Leigh said she had second stage cervical cancer cured in eight months using oil supplied freely.

CannaNannaS are coming to the region

'Heads before hearts' on Sekisui development

MASSIVE INVESTMENT: The Yaroomba Beach development is expected to inject $1 billion into the Coast's economy and generate more than 1400 jobs.

Business council boss says put heads before hearts

New postcode restrictions for home loans

The Commbank has announced a range of changes to make it tougher for borrowers.

Home loan customers will be forced to come up with fatter deposits

OPINION: Fixation with coal starting to look like socialism

Australia's Treasurer Scott Morrison pictured holding a piece of coal during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, in February.

Honestly, what is up with our politicians' preoccupation with coal?

How to stop losing 'easy' sales

15/07/02 110966 Building industry, tradesmans toolbelt. Photo Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

There are things you can do to stop losing easy sales

Samsung worker’s $140 billion typo

A “FAT finger” mistake by a Samsung employee that caused the company to accidentally hand over $140 billion has been described as a “major financial...

DJ records track from hot air balloon on 4G device

TALK about taking sound production to new heights.

$99 phones will offer family filter

More and more schools demanding filter software on phones

Why I've banned my visitors from using their smartphones

No Facie in my house, thanks.

"A recent visit from old friends left me tearing out my hair"