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Wed 14 Nov 2018

Apple founder slams Tesla, Musk ‘lies’ on self-driving cars

Apple founder slams Tesla, Musk ‘lies’ on self-driving cars

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak bought a Tesla because he was excited about the potential of self-driving cars. But now he doesn’t believe anything Elon Musk says.

Global tech boss hoses down CBD site rumours

premium_icon Global tech boss hoses down CBD site rumours

The boss of a major global technology firm has poured cold water on rumours his company was eyeing off a slice of the new $430 million Maroochydore CBD.

'Miserable view': Former PM slams proposals for retirement

'Miserable view': Former PM slams proposals for retirement

FORMER prime minister Paul Keating has blasted a report that supports raising the retirement age as having a “miserable view” of society.

Racy way we’ll use driverless cars

Racy way we’ll use driverless cars

A NEW study has revealed what we’ll really use driverless car for, and it’ll surprise you.

Jobs surge as battery maker sets up shop in SA

premium_icon Jobs surge as battery maker sets up shop in SA

A SECOND solar home battery builder will set up operation in Adelaide, with plans to create more than 100 jobs to meet a massive expansion in use.

Sneak peek at $90m resort reno

premium_icon Sneak peek at $90m resort reno

ONE of Australia’s most iconic resorts is reopening soon after a $90 million cyclone repair job. TAKE A TOUR

Salami maker’s battle against Italian giant

premium_icon Salami maker’s battle against Italian giant

Luigi Borgo was shocked when a multinational food company moved to stop his family salami business from using the logo they have had for 30 years.

How to get fired at a Christmas party

premium_icon How to get fired at a Christmas party

FROM naked romps to punching the boss, here are some real-life examples of how end-of-year celebrations can lead to court cases and lost jobs.

Giant melon to be Queensland's next Big Thing

premium_icon Giant melon to be Queensland's next Big Thing

Another massive fruit has joined the ranks of Queensland’s oversized attractions after pipping a big peanut to the post in a national competition.

The problem with Guthrie’s latest ABC accusation

premium_icon The problem with Guthrie’s latest ABC accusation

Accusing someone of inappropriate behaviour in the workplace can ruin a person’s career. Something Michelle Guthrie is likely aware of, writes Miranda Devine.

ABC could be without a boss for six months

premium_icon ABC could be without a boss for six months

The childish mudslinging between its top brass that has seen both the ABC chair and its managing director exit could leave our public broadcaster rudderless.

Calls to end airport curfew as it’s costing billions

premium_icon Calls to end airport curfew as it’s costing billions

It is a divisive issue that has split Sydney for more than 50 years — the curfew and restrictions on Sydney Airport.

Electrician risks his employees' jobs with drug stash

premium_icon Electrician risks his employees' jobs with drug stash

Business owner had a stash of steroids, testosterone and ecstasy

Sinister reason GPS is no longer working

Sinister reason GPS is no longer working

The GPS signal guiding ships, aircraft, trucks and troops has started to fail. Something odd is happening and there’s a worrying reason behind it.

Outrageous requests of Sex Island guests

Outrageous requests of Sex Island guests

The group behind the world’s most controversial holiday is spilling the drug and sex secrets of the cashed-up men who visit.

Last-ditch bid to extend My Health opt-out period

premium_icon Last-ditch bid to extend My Health opt-out period

MILLIONS of Australians will have My Health Records created for them starting from tomorrow without extra privacy protections unless the Senate signs off today.

City that holds the fate of millions

City that holds the fate of millions

More than 14 million people are anxiously watching what happens in one city where bloody fighting could decide whether they live or die.

Schoolies hotel security stoush causing headaches

premium_icon Schoolies hotel security stoush causing headaches

Four days out from the schoolies plans are up in the air for security measures at two of the Gold Coast’s major hotels. Here’s why.

The $2b plan to boost small business

premium_icon The $2b plan to boost small business

Thousands of small business owners will no longer have to risk their home to secure a loan under a Federal Government scheme.

Pay for upgrades or airports will close

premium_icon Pay for upgrades or airports will close

Dozens of struggling airports vital to residents in regional Queensland and for emergency evacuations could be forced to shut because of a funding black hole.

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