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Compensation lawsuits claim millions from Dreamworld insurers

18 minutes 45 seconds ago
A coronial inquest into the 2016 Dreamworld tragedy has entered its third year as compensation claims climb into the millions. Insurers of Dreamworld and parent company Ardent Leisure paid approximately $5 million in at least 20 lawsuits that included witnesses and first responders involved in the 2016 accident. A date has not been set for the findings of the coronial inquest into the Thunder River Rapids ride accident which killed four people. Image: Getty

Only house in the suburb for sale

12 hours 25 minutes ago
Naremburn is one of the upper north shore’s most tightly held suburbs, thanks to its leafy village-style locale and proximity to the city, schools and transport.

Unit glut has been gobbled up

12 hours 25 minutes ago
One emerging trend on the northern beaches is the number of buyers seeking a unit and the glut of apartments that was in Dee Why is at last being gobbled up by hungry buyers.

How PMIs Signal Early Warnings for the Economy

14 hours 27 minutes ago
In 2018 and 2019 during the U.S.-China trade war, investors and policy makers embraced global manufacturing PMIs as a leading barometer of economic health. WSJ explains how purchasing managers can offer an early look at the direction of the economy.

Wolf of Wall St ‘scammed’ by producers

19 hours 33 minutes ago
The original scammer, Jordan Belfort who was immortalised in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street has filed a lawsuit claiming he was victimised by a grander scam perpetrated by the movie’s producers.
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