We unpack food labels designed to mislead you
Supermarket items come loaded with advertising claims that may not be as simple as they sound. Here’s what to look out for.
Aussies defiant in face of terror threat
The safety of ordinary Australians has been placed in the spotlight following recent terror threats close to home.
Your guide to staying fit at fifty and beyond
Keeping active as you get older can help you feel young and healthy.
Top 20 credit cards: big banks found wanting
Choosing a credit card from a smaller lender can save you bundles in interest charges.
Reducing the risk of underinsuring your home
Being underinsured can be ruinous, but there are ways consumers can work out the best home and contents policy to suit their...
A swipe of the hand could soon answer your phone
Smartphone users could soon answer calls with the wave of a hand.
From Caviar to boiled lollies: where are the stars this spring?
The lure of colossal dollars in the breeding barn is stopping horse racing in its tracks, writes Robert Fedele.
Australia’s new anti-terrorism laws explained
People who leak information could face jail time under tough new anti-terrorism laws.
Stars tell how they keep the ‘black dog’ at bay
With National Mental Health Week approaching, The New Daily spoke to some of Australia's most well-known identities to find out how they...
How to protect yourself from getting ripped off
Consumers should question important purchases when relying on the advice and skills of experts.