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Stay informed: April 28, 2015

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NATIONAL

Women charged extra for ‘so many things’

National campaign unearths ‘pink tax’ potentially costing female consumers hundreds.
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NATIONAL

Bitter pill for chemists, patients as budget surgery continues

The Health Minister has common medicines and chemists in her sights. While the Opposition appears to be open-minded about it, the real opponents are ready for a fight.
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WORLD

Bali Nine: Chan marries fiancee in final hours

The government continues its plea for clemency as Bali Nine duo may have hours left to live.
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TV

Game of Thrones recap: The High Sparrow

The series deviates from the books in a major way as surprising – and worrying – partnerships are born.
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FINANCE NEWS

Industry must pay for bad advice: Ombudsman

The financial services industry is under pressure to pay consumers who are owed $15 million by companies that have gone broke.
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WORLD

Melbourne mother killed in Everest avalanche

Families continue to seek news of loved ones following Nepal earthquake.
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SUPERANNUATION

Super dodgers: is your boss paying up?

A surprising number of employers don’t pay staff their compulsory super contributions. Here’s how to make sure yours does.
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AFL

Q&A: Is the Anzac spirit ‘contaminated by commercialism?’

A Q&A panel debates the Bali Nine duo, the ‘Anzac spirit’, Nepal aid, freedom of speech and marriage equality.
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AFL

Punt Rd pretenders may need ‘Dimma’ switch

When is promise no longer enough? Damien Hardwick may find out if his Richmond side don’t lift their efforts.
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