Top Stories – October 1st, 2015

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 14: Malcolm Turnbull speaks to the media after winning the leadership ballot at Parliament House on September 14, 2015 in Canberra, Australia. Malcolm Turnbull announced this morning he would be challenging Tony Abbott for the Liberal Party leadership. (Photo by Stefan Postles/Getty Images)

Malcolm the Likeable: the PM with the pearly white secret weapon

There could be more to Malcolm Turnbull’s Cheshire grin than meets the eye. Bruce Guthrie dissects that winning smile Read more


nexusWhatever you can do: Google’s cut-price answer to the iPhone 6s

Lighter, cheaper, and a better battery – Google’s flagship smartphone is a serious challenger to Apple’s pricey iPhone Read more

breast-implants-edmBreast surgery scandal triggers warning over ‘dangerous’ procedures

Two frightening incidents prompt surgeons to call for a crackdown on breast enhancement clinics ‘before somebody dies’ Read more

Arnie1Xenophon takes on the Terminator over questionable land deals

Arnold Schwarzenegger may have helped property spruiker pocket more than $20 million of investors’ cash Read more

themartianThe Martian might just be the perfect movie

Considering seeing Matt Damon’s latest sci-fi flick? You absolutely should. Here’s why (no spoilers – we promise) Read more

couple2Alarm bells show that now’s the time to fix your mortgage

Experts say thousands of Australians are vulnerable to a predicted rate rise. Find out if you’re exposed and how to protect yourself Read more

drwhoIf the next Dr Who is female, we know the perfect actor

Like James Bond, the eccentric Time Lord has only ever been a man. There’s one woman who could change all that Read more

bennett2Why super coach Wayne Bennett will be the difference

Sure, the Cowboys have the best player in the world. But Brisbane have the best coach – and he just doesn’t lose NRL grand finals Read more

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