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These 2 factors could drive the Aussie dollar back towards US70c

The Aussie dollar is up and about, but not all analysts think its recent strength will last. The AUD closed the week at US79.15 cents, a gain of around 10% since the start of the year. More »     

Lifehacker /
Plonk: A Language Lover's Guide To Australian Drinking

The hard-drinking Aussie is the stuff of legend and lore. But there’s little proof Australians drank more than other colonials and by some accounts they drank less (points made in Sidney Baker’s The Australian Language). But, of course, we do enjoy a drink – at times a little too much – and a rich bevy of terms ...

Yahoo 7 /
Prized Aussie drop sells for $52,000 (AAP)

A bottle of 1951 Penfolds Grange Hermitage - one of fewer than 20 believed to exist - has sold at auction for almost $52,000.

The Brisbane Times /
'Who do I call?': Justine Damond march unites communities in fear over policing

As a lone Aussie flag hung in the cool evening air, hundreds took to the streets that were home to Justine Damond.

Lifehacker /
Aussie Companies Still Grappling With Cloud Strategy

Research released by Pure Storage has found many businesses are moving workloads to cloud services but are ...

The Brisbane Times /
Super Netball pushing Australian Diamonds to shine brighter

Diamonds goal-shooter Caitlin Thwaites says just one season of Super Netball has already lifted Aussie netball.

The Brisbane Times /
Comparing the careers of tennis greats by age

Roger Federer's Wimbledon triumph at age 35 might be delighting tennis fans but he can't yet match Serena Williams and one champion Aussie male for longevity.

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The Age /
Aussie dollar surges on RBA remarks

An optimistic assessment of the economy in the minutes of the RBA's July policy meeting and a weak greenback has pushed the Aussie dollar to a two-year high.

The Age /
Census snapshot: Dirty laundry piles higher as 'chore wars' rage

When asked how many hours they spent doing unpaid domestic work – not including childcare – in the week before the census, more than one in four Aussie men said none.

The Brisbane Times /
Indigenous Aussie scholar Nathan Pitt walks old road to Rome

Two centuries ago a young indigenous boy went to Rome - at last his legacy is remembered

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