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Can your real estate agent really sue you for defamation over an online review?

Legal letters are scary-looking documents and, even for those trained in the law, having one land in your inbox can be a frightening experience especially when they are accusing you of defaming someo…

‘Speaking up is worth it’: Consumers want brands to practise what they post on Instagram

The McDonald's Instagram is a fairly consistent collection of content: promotions, some funny tweets, and the occasional french-fry-based meme. But about a week ago, something new appeared. A list o…

Trump’s about to rally like it’s 2016. Except it’s 2020 and there’s a pandemic ravaging the US

For Donald Trump, rallies are never simply rallies. They're not the well-rehearsed sideshows conducted by other politicians. There are no stump speeches, half-hearted applause lines or glittering ge…

Office of man accused of ‘masquerading as a psychologist’ raided by police

Police are searching the business of a 23-year-old Perth man who has been accused of "masquerading as a psychologist". Key points: WA's consumer watchdog has issued a warning about Tyson Jo…

Here’s cheers to being back in business after coronavirus catastrophe

It has been a challenging few months for Hobart restaurateur Bella Edwards. Key points: From 3:00pm today Tasmania will move into the second stage of its coronavirus recovery planU…

Government extends business tax benefit through to 2021

Businesses making up to $500 million per year will be allowed to continue writing off newly purchased assets worth up to $150,000 under an extended scheme designed to boost cash flow. Key points:

How did a major cyber attack on Australian governments and business happen?

Every level of Australian government is currently under attack by hackers. This is what the PM has told us about it so far. Who is being attacked? Mr Morrison wasn't specific about the hackers' i…

Property developer John Woodman’s business run out of building part-owned by Andrews Government minister

The Ferrari-driving property developer at the centre of an anti-corruption probe has been running his company out of a building part-ownedby senior Andrews Government minister Martin Foley, documents…

‘We would try our best’: Canberra business owner fears second coronavirus wave could force closure

When coronavirus restrictions first came into effect in March, the family-run Civic Shoe Repair business was one of those hit hard. Key points: The ACT Government says imposing harsher coro…

Questacon rethinking entire business model as national institutions begin to reopen

It has been "quite a difficult year" financially for the National Science and Technology Centre better known as Questacon which is 50 per cent funded by visitor revenue. Key points: The Nat…

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