News National Top stories – Friday 11 March 2016
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Top stories – Friday 11 March 2016

Super-fast transfers are here, but not all banks offer them yet.
Super-fast transfers are here, but not all banks offer them yet.
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0311samsungHackers acquire bank details of Australian Android phone owners

Users of these popular banking apps and services like Skype and eBay risk having their money stolen after a security breach. Read more

 

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How two terrible policies are locking people out of the housing market

ANALYSIS: The dream of home ownership has been dashed by successive governments. The good news, there is a way to fix it. Read more

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The special kind of paid leave that’s only available to women

This ‘discriminatory’ policy, that requires women to disclose sensitive medical information, is dividing opinion. Read more

 

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Why Tony Windsor could hold the key to your future internet speeds

ANALYSIS: The man who’s trying to unseat one of the government’s most powerful MPs could fix our NBN disgrace. Read more

 

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Sharapova back in training as lawyer unveils ‘legal loophole’

Lawyer for suspended star unveils a plan to get her back on the court, as new photos emerge showing the Russian in training. Read more

 

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‘Take your kid outside’: Telstra slammed for parenting jibe at mum

Michelle Stephenson made a complaint about her internet and pay TV services going down for two days. She was shocked by the reply. Read more

 

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The exact moment Sacha Baron Cohen jumped the shark

He’s a brilliant Cambridge-educated comic known for courting controversy, but this scene from his new film goes too far, even for him. Read more

 

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It’s been a rough year for baby boomer rockers, but all is not lost

Jon English is the latest in a string of losses for the music industry. Are we facing the death of good albums or a rebirth of sorts?. Read more

 

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Pro-gun mother shot in the back by her ‘jacked-up’ four-year-old son

Anti-gun control activist Jamie Gilt was bragging about her son’s enthusiasm for firearms just one day before this tragedy. Read more

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‘We’ve been good mates for a long time and that’s what hurts the most’

Emotional Billy Brownless opens up for the first time about his close friend Garry Lyon’s affair with his ex-wife. Read more