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Mobile phones causing ‘overuse injury epidemic’: leading physio

Australia’s addiction to mobile devices is causing chronic pain for thousands of people, with medicos saying young people are  among those at greatest risk.
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This interest rate cut will be the last, signals RBA

Traders thought they saw Glenn Steven’s bottom on Tuesday – the bottom of the current rates easing cycle. Next stop, rate hikes?
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 Knowing these three things will save you money

When it comes to money, a little knowledge goes a long way. And these three concepts can keep cash in your pocket
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Sorry Apple, your new watch is a waste of time

It’s sleek, beautiful and clever, but Apple’s newest toy is sadly unnecessary. Read our review here
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Why stubborn England won’t get near Australia in the Ashes

With the Poms in meltdown, Australian cricketers are licking their lips at the prospect of encountering their bitter rivals in disarray
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Flashing some flesh: latest fashion is … no clothes

The latest trend from catwalks and red carpets around the world? Getting your kit off. Everybody strip now.
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 ‘Dadbod’ phenomenon great news for men everywhere

Finally, a health trend that makes it ok for men to eat pizza and drink a beer. Why Dad’s the world over are rejoicing
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‘Poverty p*rn’: SBS doco about battlers is ‘trash’, says mayor

New documentary about a nine residents on Struggle Street ‘mocks, degrades, insults and exaggerates’ their hardships
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 Royal princess: what’s the significance of her name?

What’s in a name? Plenty it turns out. A beaming royal couple have given the world’s newest princess a name rich in history
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