From 1.2 to 300,000, these are the numbers in money news this week.
Sally Patten Superannuation funds are increasingly acting as one-stop retirement savings/financial advice shops.
John Collett The recent sharemarket volatility does not mean a return to the darkest days of the global financial crisis.
Clancy Yeates A few extra years in the workforce – including in part-time work – can boost incomes in retirement significantly.
John Collett Share bargains are there for the taking among the big, good quality Australian-listed companies, analysts say.
Gareth Hutchens This week's market mayhem has left some - but not all - of the racers' dreams in tatters.
Sally Patten The thing about savings and investments is that they are not nearly as complicated as they sound.
John Collett Australian's retirement savings are taking a hit as the Chinese dragon breaths fire, causing sharemarkets around the world to tumble.
David Potts Unlike the share market, property is unlikely to plummet but will prices keep on climbing?
John Collett If you want to buy, sell and move on – fast – it helps to pick a property in the right suburb
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For many children, owning books is a privilege.
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Police Transport Command officers have arrested a man and a woman following an alleged murder in Hebersham overnight.
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