G'bah has 13,000 people but only 3 cafes

ARE there enough coffee shops to satisfy the caffeine addicts in Goonellabah?

Melbourne’s ‘game changer’ that every city needs

This gadget is changing the world.

New GPS technology a 'game changer' for blind people.

PENSION CRISIS: Businesses urged to hire older workers

OLDER WORKERS: A new report from the Regional Australia Institute revealed discrimination against older works aged 55-64 will slow economic growth and put enormous strains on the taxpayer.

Senior workers can help boost regional growth

Creepy technology tracking your face while you shop

Westfield's Smart Screen captures your movements as you shop

Technology monitors your mood and tracks every move you make.

Do not open this text message

CommBank scam: 'Deceptive site ahead'.

Message delivered to hundreds of banks customers

Cafe will reopen but company will dissolve, owner confirms

INCOGNITO: Goonellabah's Café Cognito closed its doors several days ago and its parent company was listed for deregistration by ASIC on September 12.

Goonellabah cafe's parent company on the ASIC strike-off register

New 'street food' shop opens its doors in Lismore CBD

The Dirty Wilson is now open in Lismore.

Flood "wiped away" dreams, but they still wanted to do something

Councils seek more control over Airbnb

Airbnb apartment at Shingley Beach.

Councillors felt strongly about this issue - voting 166 to 23.

EVERY TIME YOU BUY: Simple trick to save without trying

AS CARDS continue to replace cash as Aussies’, it is becoming possible to save money without even thinking about it.

Young people fear robots will steal their jobs

Nicole Robinson is a psychology PhD student at QUT who is working with robots. She is with "Andy”.

The #WTF campaign wants your ideas on this hot-button topic.

How loyalty to companies is costing us thousands

Consumer finance specialist Lisa Montgomery says loyalty doesn’t always equal savings.Source:News Corp Australia

It pays to shop around for banking and insurance

Westpac life insurance bill could hit $100m

Westpac is being sued for allegedly overcharging its life insurance customers, in a claim that could total $100 million.

Alleged overcharges since 2010 could involve thousands of customers

The money wasters costing Aussies more than $5000 a year

Could you tighten up your budget to save cash?

Avoidable spending is hurting household budgets

Keep it simple when it's your money

With about 2000 listed Australian companies, just as many managed funds, and untold numbers of investment properties on offer, there's no shortage of assets - many of which are straightforward - to invest in, Paul Clitheroe says.

My alarm bells start ringing when it is complex

The staggering amount Gen X will need for retirement

Are you planning for your retirement?

Five tips on saving for a comfortable retirement

Google Maps feature divides the internet

A NEW experimental feature on Google Maps has sparked a heated debate online, prompting the company to swiftly remove it.

Samsung partners with Google to bring AR to 100m devices

DJ Koh, President of Samsung Electronics Mobile Communications Business.

Tech giant unveils new version of Bixby in San Francisco

The must-have gadget for Aussie summer

This is obviosuly not an Australian summer, but you get the point.

IS THERE anything better than an evening out in the backyard during an Aussie...

NBN under fire as internet complaints surge

Does your internet connection make you want to do this?

Aussies are underwhelmed with their home broadband connection.

'Dear tourist': Forget about Byron, Lismore loves you

"UNAPPRECIATED" tourists are being told to ditch Byron Bay and head over to Lismore, where they are "genuinely" wanted.

'Something badly wrong' with govt offer to retiring worker

Christoph Schnelle recently had a client who had to choose between a $400,000 lump sum or $37,000 pension for life from their government employer.

Pension choice angers business columnist Christoph Schnelle

Building your prosperity through property

People like investing in something they understand - everyone lives in a property - plus you can see, touch and perhaps even drive past the asset you own.

The three simple investing principles you have to know

How to keep your assets and get the age pension

It's now possible to keep or reduce your assets and get the age pension back.

Our business columnist offers advice for pensioners

OPINION: Fixation with coal starting to look like socialism

Australia's Treasurer Scott Morrison pictured holding a piece of coal during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, in February.

Honestly, what is up with our politicians' preoccupation with coal?

OPINION: Pros, cons of once-sacred super fund

Can QSuper be recommended as a super fund? The answer is sometimes yes and sometimes definitely no.

Financial advisor Christoph Schnelle reviews QSuper

How to stop losing 'easy' sales

15/07/02 110966 Building industry, tradesmans toolbelt. Photo Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

There are things you can do to stop losing easy sales

Virtual reality virgin answers zombies' call of duty

Hungry for an undead challenge, journalist SHERELE MOODY checks out Zero Latency’s 'epic-scale free-roam multiplayer virtual reality' gaming experience.

Meet Google’s smarter smartphone

Google’s newest smartphones, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, will become available for pre-order in Australia on October 20. Picture: AFP PHOTO / Elijah Nouvelage

ONE YEAR has passed since Google launched its first serious bid for your smartphone...

Huawei declares death of the smartphone

The HUAWEI Mate 10 and HUAWEI Mate 10 Pro pack a 4000 mAh high-density battery

Chinese tech giant introduced its first AI mobile chipset, Kirin 970

The Stormtroopers are coming – to vacuum your floor

Samsung has released a range of floor sweeping POWERbots