News National Top Stories – Friday, December 4, 2015
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Top Stories – Friday, December 4, 2015

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policeSan Bernardino killers dropped kid off hours before rampage

A picture is emerging of the killers who murdered 14 people in California – a quiet, dutiful young couple with a 6-month old girl Read more

shopping-basket-edmFour of your favourite groceries may be stolen by climate change

A farmer warns that extreme weather is driving up costs and threatening to wipe out entire harvests. These are the products at risk Read more

pistorius2Pistorius facing 15 years in jail after appeal leads to murder conviction

Judge says athletics star was ‘guilty of murder, with the accused having criminal intent’ and flags long sentence for killing model girlfriend Read more

hemsworth-edm2Chris Hemsworth’s new movie proves he is Hollywood’s biggest star

Move aside, Tom Cruise. Back off, Brad Pitt. The Aussie hunk has something other actors lack. Here’s why he is the ultimate action hero Read more

christmas-debt-edmBe wary: this stunning deal is actually a potential Christmas debt trap

Free money! At zero per cent, it sounds like the answer to all your finance woes. But like all new year resolutions, you may regret it Read more

glenstevens2Credit cards will remain expensive to use – thanks Glenn Stevens

The RBA had an opportunity to protect consumers from high credit card fees, but instead chose to protect the big end of town Read more

bronwynRevealed: disgraced former speaker took $50,000 trip to Peru, Argentina

On a taxpayer-funded trip to South America, Bronwyn Bishop spent double the amount charged by three others Read more

scooter-edmThis ‘illegal’ toy could literally burn your house down, experts warn

Don’t let the munchkins pester you to buy one. Not only can this gadget overheat, triggering a fire, but the police may come knocking Read more

retirementBlocking the changes to super funds boards was the ‘right call’

COMMENT: Fund members were the winners when MPs abandoned changes to industry super funds, writes David Whiteley Read more