News National Top Stories – Friday, 11 December, 2015
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Top Stories – Friday, 11 December, 2015

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teenterrrorThe class of 2015: pimply killers on the rise as ISIL infiltrates our teens

They go from the classroom to the mortuary via a shocking act of violence. We find out what drives Aussie kids to become killers Read more

netflix-winona-ryderThese are the most exciting shows coming to Netflix in 2016

The streaming service is doubling its original content next year. Prepare for several epic new series and even some familiar faces Read more

investment-property-EDM-101215-newdailyHow to become a property investor for as little as $1000

A new trend is emerging in the Australian property market, and it’s being sold as a boon for Gen Y’s struggling to get into the market Read more

wine-super-EDM-101215-newdailyHow one glass of wine could make you $50,000 richer

Australians are retiring without enough superannuation to live comfortably. One simple step could change that Read more

star-warsIt brings us no joy to say it – the new Star Wars movie could be a dud

Despite all of the excitement, The Force Awakens is unlikely to live up to expectations when it hits cinemas next week Read more

adam-voges-shaun-marshCricket the loser as West Indies were as bad as everyone feared

The tourists already look down and out after Adam Voges and Shaun Marsh cracked centuries on day one of the first Test Read more

Australian Minister for Innovation Christopher Pyne speaks to the media during a press conference at the CSIRO in Canberra, Monday, Dec. 7, 2015. The federal government is today announcing its National Innovation and Science Agenda. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

Pyne’s about-face on research funding was innovative and agile

ANALYSIS: First Abbott rips funding from the CSIRO, then Turnbull returns it. Spare a thought for Chris Pyne, the hapless salesman Read more

sleepingcliveThe incredible shrinking Clive? Magnate’s wealth under siege

He was one of Australia’s richest people, but a collapse in the price of what he sells threatens to downsize Clive Palmer’s riches Read more