48 years on, Mary St florist legacy blossoms with new branch

Jan Jones is embracing Gympie history with her new store, Branch and Blossom.

Australia's $100 notes: where did they all go?

The new $10 note has been released but very few of us may actually ever use it.

Australia is absolutely flush with cash

Runner-up focused on future-proofing businesses

RUNNERS-UP: Productivity was runner-up in the Gympie Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award. Pictured here with Mayor Mick Curran, representing sponsors Gympie Regional Council, is Jaimee Pamenter for Productivity.

Gympie business has it's finger firmly on the pulse of technology

CommBank dumps $2 ATM fee

Customers use automatic teller machines (ATM) outside a branch of Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Picture: News Corp AustraliaSource:News Limited

Bank customers will no longer pay ATM fees with Commbank

Miner makes cash offer as $3.9bn WICET debt continues to bite

MOUNTING DEBT: WICET coal loader.

Rumours Glencore trying to find way out of debt liabilities.

JOBS LIST: 10 Jobs in Gympie right now

Plenty of jobs around town, including for those who are looking to start a new career

Plenty of opportunities around town

Why we will barely own anything in the future

In 2030, we'll be borrowing everything

Saturn worthy winners

WINNERS: Saturn Antenna won the Gympie Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award. Representing Saturn Antennas were Peter and Margaret Grant.

Which category did Gympie business Saturn Antennas win in?

Sell dog shares before they bite you

Paul Clitheroe's Making Money column offers advice on when to buy and sell shares.

Tax on loans varies and can bite hard

There is confusion about home loan accounts with a line of credit or redraw facility, and offset accounts, Noel Whittaker says.

Getting the wrong type of loan account can be very costly

Don't be surprised: New $10 note to make debut

MONEY: Australia's new $10 banknote.

Subtle differences are on $10 released tomorrow.

New $10 note could be in your wallet tomorrow

The new $10 note.

It has cutting edge technology to protect against counterfeiting

Diversify to keep investments safe

The US stock market is one way of diversifying your investments.

Diversification is a weak spot for many investors

A FATHER of three who drowned trying to help another dad sav

retail spending growth has picked up in recent months despite a drift downwards in consumer sentiment.

A FATHER of three who drowned trying to help another dad sav

Tax system offers cream for some

The interest on a home loan will not be tax-deductible while the holder is living in the property, but if they vacate the home and rent it out they can then claim interest and other outgoings as a tax deduction.

Using the tax system to your advantage makes great sense.

Apple Watch Series 3 has embarrassing glitch

IT’S JUST one day until Apple’s newest smartwatch goes on sale, and there’s a problem — just the small fact it doesn’t actually work like advertised.

iPhone 8: So what are the cheapest deals around?

So what's the best deal with the latest iphones

Comparison website has crunched the numbers

'Techno-tantrums': How to raise kids in a digital world

Dr Kristy Goodwin helps modern parents, educators and health professionals understand what young children, aged 0-12 years really need to thrive in a digital world.

Balance is the key to navigating kids online use

Aldi worker's act of kindness rescues grandfather

An Aldi worker has helped a 75-year-old grandfather work out how to use his new iPhone.

Telstra forced to apologise after giving 75-year-old little help.

Building your prosperity through property

IT'S no secret us Aussies love to invest in property, but no matter what type of investor you are there are three simple investing principles you have to know.

OPINION: Fixation with coal starting to look like socialism

Australia's Treasurer Scott Morrison pictured holding a piece of coal during House of Representatives Question Time at Parliament House in Canberra, in February.

Honestly, what is up with our politicians' preoccupation with coal?

How to stop losing 'easy' sales

15/07/02 110966 Building industry, tradesmans toolbelt. Photo Brett Wortman / Sunshine Coast Daily

There are things you can do to stop losing easy sales

Madness that allowed foreign workers a foot in the door

Sparks fly as a sheet metal worker fabricates a piece of mining equipment at Mastermyne Engineering.   Photo: Chris Ison / The Morning Bulletin

That is what the 457 visa program had become - a madness

Company tax cuts just one aspect

Government senators seem happy with themselves during a debate on the Company Tax Bill on March 31.

Are the benefits worth it in the long term?

OPINION: Super changes to impact thousands

The government's changes to superannuation could potentially impact almost anyone currently contributing to or drawing from a superannuation account, such as those working and retired.

Do you understand how the new rules will affect you from July 1?

Not enough USB ports? This could be the answer

IT’S one of the bugbears of modern laptop and desktop computer users.

Why your iPhone isn't made to last

People are using the iPhone’s Airdrop feature for some shady stuff.

Class action brings out revelations about 'touch disease'

iPhone X: the epic fail of its biggest feature

iPhone X has a Super Retina Display, TrueDepth Camera System, Face ID and A11 Bionic Chip with Neural Engine. Picture: Apple

How do you use this phone without a home button?

Bad news if you want the iPhone X

A leaked image of the iPhone 8 has shown a fresh design.

Rumours continue to swirl that the iPhone will be dogged by delays