News National Top Stories – Tuesday 22 September, 2015
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Top Stories – Tuesday 22 September, 2015

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turnbull-smallTurnbull most popular PM in five years

Newspoll, the same measure that triggered Abbott’s demise, now puts LNP in the lead. Read more.

 

 

AAP Scott Morrison The Morrison moment: can he improve the lives of everyday Australians?

Scott Morrison has best chance of any recent treasurer to make the nation better, but critics say watch out for well-known flaws. Read more.

 

MasterCard Visa Banks ‘leading secret campaign’ to undermine cuts to card fees

Consumer watchdog CHOICE lambasts claims by credit card providers that higher bank fees reward consumers. Read more.

 

amy-poehler-amy-schumer-emmysWe rate the dresses – not the women – at the Emmys

Celebrities are more than just their outfits. That’s why we’re taking a stand. We rank the dresses and laud the women wearing them. Read more.

 

Shutterstock Revealed: the hidden threat to your privacy in antivirus programs

They are supposed to be shielding us from the nasty parts of the internet. Here’s how some of these companies may be doing the opposite. Read more.

 

shortenBill Shorten lifts his game in one-man Q&A special

The opposition leader braved a Ballarat audience to explain why he’d make a better PM than Malcolm Turnbull. Here’s how he did. Read more.

 

AAP British PM accused of debauched antics at secret parties

Book about David Cameron makes explosive claims about drug use and unsavoury behaviour with a pig when he was a student. Read more.

 

Broncos-CowboysFinals nightmare: the worst thing that could go wrong for the NRL

The biggest sporting events in Sydney and Melbourne could be dominated by interstate teams. For rugby league, that’s really bad news. Read more.

 

bill shorten kim carr Labor’s $4 billion plan to make your university degree cheaper

Seizing on the political space left by the Coalition’s failed university reforms, Bill Shorten is peddling a new policy. And the big unis are on board. Read more.

 

Photo: Shutterstock Parents – the rising generation of kidless couple might be onto something

It’s boom time for Generation Babyless. They’ve chosen to stay childless and research shows they’re happier than couples with kids. Read more.

 

alpineEyes on the road: the world’s best scenic drives

These drives are certain to stop the kids asking ‘Are we there yet?’. And one of the world’s most iconic drives is in our own backyard. Read more.

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