Top Stories – Thursday November 19, 2015

oldpeopleTelstra’s ‘discriminatory’ new fee slugs customers for receiving a bill

Angry consumers and seniors groups say there’s no way they should have to pay 60 per cent more just for being sent a bill Read more

terroristMore bombs in Paris as police close in on attack mastermind

Female suicide bomber blows herself up and another jihadist dies in shootout as police raids continue in Paris Read more

bushfiresWarnings issued to Vic, NSW and SA after four people die in bushfires

Eastern states warned to brace for extreme weather and bushfires after a ferocious blaze claims lives and homes in WA Read more

housepicHomeowner finally sells family cottage wedged by developments

Janet Richards’ family has owned the property since the 1890s, but what developers did next door gave her no choice but to leave Read more

scomopicDobbing in dodgy investors could deflate the housing bubble

The government is getting tough on illegal property purchases. If the problem is as big as many believe, that could hurt homeowners Read more

tvshowsHere’s all the amazing TV that you probably missed this year

Crime-fighting zombies, hip hop moguls and super-powered aliens – these brilliant series probably flew under your radar Read more

grandmuftiThe Grand Mufti is under attack. Where do you stand?

Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohamed either failed in his duty by not strongly condemning the Paris attacks, or is the victim of hatred and bigotry Read more

allblacksThe enduring legacy of All Blacks star Jonah Lomu

He was the first true global hero of rugby union. Jonah plowed through his foes despite struggling with ill-health for much of his career Read more

piggy3If you have this much in the bank, you’re a financial superstar

One in three workers have far less than they should in their rainy day fund, putting them at risk of debt or worse Read more

sadbaristaDitch the hot café – these are the ultimate summer jobs

Get outdoors, make a difference or kickstart your career with these summer jobs that inspire rather than depress Read more

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