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    Businessman’s answer on which generation struggles the most sparks debate: ‘It’s not smooth sailing’

    I had son and his wife stay for a year to save but they paid board. Also had another son stay after marriage breakdown and paid board. The only one who managed to get away without paying was baby daughter who twists your finger 😁
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    Businessman’s answer on which generation struggles the most sparks debate: ‘It’s not smooth sailing’

    I know right. We're crying out for professionals and yet the govt puts a huge roadblock for them. Even trades suffer because of the piss poor wage apprentices are paid. Think smarter Govt not greedier
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    Businessman’s answer on which generation struggles the most sparks debate: ‘It’s not smooth sailing’

    Seems alot of people must have been pretty boring in their 20s and 30s. I remember have a whale of a time spending every cent I made. Got married and bought our house within 6 months because there was not such a big deposit required as today. Mattress on the floor and Grandad's old fridge...
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    Businessman’s answer on which generation struggles the most sparks debate: ‘It’s not smooth sailing’

    Sorry but I'm 60 something and wouldn't shop at Millers or use Kmart makeup either.
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    Businessman’s answer on which generation struggles the most sparks debate: ‘It’s not smooth sailing’

    I do actually believe it is harder today for Millennials than my 30's ( I'm a boomer btw) Getting into the housing market is a long long road. Only one of my 4 children has their own home which we contributed a portion to the deposit. They do not have a HECS debt. The other 3 have uni debt and...
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    Fresh food fallout: National supplier faces financial crunch amid supermarket woes

    Screwed over by the supermarkets.
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    Liberal MP Matt Kean resigns after 13 years from state parliament

    That must be why Peter Dutton is a major a'hole!
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    Westpac overhauls way of paying—here’s what you need to know!

    Not with Westpac but it's a very uninformative article. How are these magic points accumulated? SDC - Gian T?
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    This everyday activity may be draining your wallet, research reveals

    The headline was barely connected to the article. It's such a sad indictment on the lucky country that so many people are in need.
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    Powering up savings: Deadline looms for $180 energy rebate in this Aussie state!

    I think you can apply for next year after 30 June
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    Investor shares why your smartphone app is deceiving you at checkout

    I've taken to paying by cash for any in person purchases and leave the account to look after direct payments. No fees.
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    Flu fighters: Experts warn of avian threat looming Down Under

    Just don't fu** a du**.
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    Powering up savings: Deadline looms for $180 energy rebate in this Aussie state!

    A 30 second read and then you know.
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    Powering up savings: Deadline looms for $180 energy rebate in this Aussie state!

    Old story. It's closed for this FY. Try again after 30 June
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    Save big in 2024: These energy tips could slash your bills by at least $1,100

    What is this gizmo called and how do we get it?
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    Woman recounts 'intimidating' car park experience in local Woolworths

    Found this 1 in 11 days women, 1 in 91 days men - 2022/23. That's about 33 women and 4 men in a year. see now why there is a lot more said about it? Because it happens more often. And these low bastards sometimes take their kids out too!
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    Woman recounts 'intimidating' car park experience in local Woolworths

    No she should not be appreciative of a bunch of hooligan kids intimidating her, and it is all over the news about this woman who ALLEGEDLY beat her husband to death. They are all alleged until proven other wise remember
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    Woman recounts 'intimidating' car park experience in local Woolworths

    I think she got into her car and went to speak to them.
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    Aussie mum’s unbelievable Costco haul sparks conversations on social media

    The first time we shopped at Costco about 10 years ago we definitely saved more than the $60 joining fee on the one shop. Good for families or small food businesses, but you really need to know your price per item, as not everything is cheaper.
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    ‘Hard bit’ to swallow: Aussie mum’s 'choking' discovery in ALDI snack raises concern among parents

    FSANZ sounds like a toothless tiger like ACCC. Set the standard but can't enforce it
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