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  • Thermomix fined $4.6 million after reports of severe burns

    Thermomix fined $4.6 million after reports of severe burns

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Sarah Agar from Consumer Group CHOICE about how Thermomix knowingly sold kitchen appliances which had the potential to injure users, lying about the safety of its products, and refusing refunds – even making some customers sign unnecessary gag agreements to prevent negative comments about the product. Introduction: Thermomix fined $4.6 million after reports of […]Read More »
  • 5g or NBN – which is the future?

    5g or NBN – which is the future?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Nigel Pugh from Venture Insights regarding whether 5g technology will make the NBN obsolete Introduction: 5g or NBN – which is the future? Ross Greenwood:  One thing you might miss on the whole way through, is a National Broadband Network. Today, coming out with its half-yearly earnings or lack of earnings, as it […]Read More »
  • Have you been hit with excessive payment surcharge?

    Have you been hit with excessive payment surcharge?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to ACCC Deputy Chair, Michael Schaper, about Red Balloon becoming the first company to be hit with fines for excessive payment surcharges. Essential stories relating to this article – Introduction: Have you been hit with excess payment surcharge? Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Money News right around Australia. From the moment that the […]Read More »
  • What’s driving up fuel prices?

    What’s driving up fuel prices?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Geoff Trotter, from Fueltrac, about fuel prices and why you’re paying more for petrol at the bowser. Introduction: What is driving up Fuel Prices? Ross Greenwood:  Welcome back to morning news right around Australia. Well, if you are in this evening, Brisbane, you may be seeing petrol prices as you drive home […]Read More »
  • Inside the business of showbusiness: Oscars mojo to the Harry Potter premiere

    Inside the business of showbusiness: Oscars mojo to the Harry Potter premiere

    Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s sizzling Oscars performance has the world talking, but was it all about the money? Plus, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has arrived in Australia – what the stage show could be worth.Read More »
  • Can Christmas Island remain a tourism destination as detention center re-opens?

    Can Christmas Island remain a tourism destination as detention center re-opens?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Christmas Island Tourism Association chairwoman Lisa Preston about how tourism on Christmas Island is already being impacted, after the government’s announcement the detention centre would be re-opened. Interview with: Lisa Preston, Chairwoman, Christmas Island Tourism Association Image source: 2GBRead More »
  • Why can’t Aussies use world’s top online payment platform?

    Why can’t Aussies use world’s top online payment platform?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Alipay Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand George Lawson as the world’s leading online payment platform arrives in Australia, but it won’t be available to Australian consumers. Introduction: Why can’t Aussies use world’s top online payment platform? Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Money News right around Australia. You may not be aware […]Read More »
  • When was the last time you got a pay cut?

    When was the last time you got a pay cut?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Liberal Senator, David Leyonhjelm, who has slammed the decision to give politicians a 2% pay rise, saying politicians shouldn’t receive a raise until they bring the budget back into the surplus. Introduction: When was the last time you got a pay cut? Ross Greenwood : Let’s get to that point of at have […]Read More »
  • Unemployment rate steady but RBA still likely to cut interest rate further

    Unemployment rate steady but RBA still likely to cut interest rate further

    Ross Greenwood speaks to ANZ head of Australian Economics David Plank as the unemployment rate has remained steady at 5.2 per cent but participation rates are at record highs. Ross Greenwood: As I indicated the Australian unemployment right today was out came in at 5.2% that was steady but it doesn’t tell the full story […]Read More »
  • 9News: The Grand Plan

    9News: The Grand Plan

    Ross Greenwood: Seven years since The Star got a $960 million face lift, now its set to have another $500 million spent on it. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkQrvy-6A3w[/embedyt] Matt Bekier: We don’t have enough hotels for the big convention businesses, even though we’ve got a great convention center. Ross: The new plan will see 61 story, 6 star Ritz-Carlton […]Read More »