News National Top Stories – Monday 1 February, 2016
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Top Stories – Monday 1 February, 2016

LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 30: Actress Eva Longoria arrives at the 22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 30, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/WireImage)
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GettyHe’s no Djoker: Serbian superstar scorches Scot for record sixth Open

Novak Djokovic is without peer in today’s tennis, demolishing Federer and then Murray in straight sets to become Open champ, again. Read more.

 

GettyGolden year: David Bowie’s million dollar thank-you to trusted employees

Already a well-known philanthropist, the pop star also sent a generous farewell to two close staffers for years of loyal service. Read more.

 

ScreenshotSuper fees, returns could be hidden by retail funds under new proposal

Government plans to allow retail super funds to hide key information about their products will leave consumers ‘in the dark’, say opponents. Read more.

 

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Giles Hardie takes us celebrity spotting in the jungle for episode one of I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! and comes up Warnie. Read more.

 

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We love to blame the death of society, manners and everything on the rise of mobile phones. But this writer says: ‘Get a grip’. Read more.

 

GettyGallery: all the glitz and glamour of Screen Actors’ Guild Awards

Leonardo DiCaprio and Brie Larson were the big winners in the pre-cursor to the Oscars, but one Aussie star was a notable absentee. Read more.

 

ASXWhy the stock market chaos will come to end with a big bump

Too many shareholders have faith that the monetary policy tricks of the past can protect their assets into the future. Read more.

 

GettyWill pay packets rise or fall in 2016? Global survey runs the numbers

Some workers are going to have good year, but others may find their wage standing still or worse. Here’s how your profession will fare. Read more.