Shares are poised to open higher while investors assess election results from NZ and Germany and reassess their US rate bets.
Jessica Irvine Here it is, an embarrassing confession from a long-time advocate of renting: I want to own a home.
Patrick Hatch The promise of a free lunch can be mightily alluring.
Deborah Snow Australia's big banks have moved swiftly to follow the Commonwealth Bank's decision earlier today to axe fees for customers of other institutions using their ATMs to withdraw cash.
Ross Gittins The soaring price of electricity is testament to the disastrous failure of a major item on the 1990s agenda of micro-economic reform, establishing a national electricity market.
Michael Pascoe Sydney is making Australia look good.
Jessica Sier Technical traders looking at the patterns of the ASX200 are seeing signs of an impending breakout, after months of the market trading listlessly sideways
Jessica Sier European equity funds have recorded inflows of more than $US30 billion ($37.6 billion) so far this year, with markets calm as Germany heads to the polls.
Colin Kruger Former All Blacks World Cup winning captain (and CBD's former boss at Fairfax Media) David Kirk was happy to put in the boot on a disastrous investment in his Bailador tech fund.
Scott Phillips They told us, but we didn't listen. And now, the crash is coming. Or not.
Several fires are burning across the Mid Coast, several listed as out of control.
See the photos and video taken at the 2017 Australian Junior Motorbike titles at the Old Bar Roadside ...
See what was on at this years Comboyne Spring Fair
Ellen Freeman will demonstrate the art of whipcracking at the Comboyne Spring Spectacular on Sunday.
There will be fun and frolicks at the Wingham Museum when Maggie Young launches her new book
Two fires west of Krambach are burning out of control.
The Fellowship of First Fleeters Mid North Coast Chapter invite interested people to join their group.