News National Top Stories – Tuesday 15 December, 2015
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Top Stories – Tuesday 15 December, 2015

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united states visaForget the UK! There’s a better option for Aussies seeking to work abroad

This country – with a reputation for fiercely protecting its borders – has the gate open for Aussies. But no one seems to know about it. Read more.

Hill InletAustralia’s best beaches – see them before they’re swamped by tourists

Tourism Australia has announced a new, $40 million tourism push for Aussie beaches. We give you our two cents for free. Read more.

joe hockey tony abbottAbbott government ‘inflated deficit’ funds to doomed road project: report

Claims the generous $1.5 billion investment in controversial East-West Link project went ahead against expert advice. Read more.

 

great-barrier-reefTim Flannery: Huge changes needed to meet ambitious climate target

ANALYSIS: ‘Direct Action’ is not enough. Closing coal-fired power stations and electrifying our transport might just be enough. Read more.

 

Perth, city, skyline, apartmentsHere’s what your property could be worth in three years’ time

We asked the experts to predict what’s going to happen to property values in our capital cities. And it looks like good news for buyers. Read more.

 

Ian MacfarlaneTurnbull’s leadership survives first real test against bolshie Nationals

ANALYSIS: PM heads off attempted defection by dumped minister, but conservative forces may still be mustering. Read more.

 

Phone, bill, shock, Getty.The big data-suckers behind our nastiest phone bill surprises

Email, video, music, Facebook? Find out which tasks are eating up our phone data allowances and costing us millions. Read more.

 

Australian workersLow and middle income families the big winners under new super plan

Industry superannuation funds want the government to boost your balance as part of a wide-ranging reform package. Read more.

 

Mick-SchuHats off to this brave kid with the superstar father

Following in your parents’ footsteps is always daunting. Particularly when they’re undoubtedly the best at what they do. Read more.