Paul Blenkhorn

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Stunning photo series celebrates contemporary childhood without technology

Growing up with no smartphones, no Netflix, no Snapchat? To many these were the good ole days.<p>Those childhoods of yesteryear are alive and well today …

Coastlines

Superannuation & SMSFs News

The future entitlement to "downsizing" super contributions encourages property improvements.<p>Chinese energy giant offers value and good potential as …

How we busted Australia's largest insider trading scandal

by Linda Champion<p><i>Linda Champion, manager of the Australian Federal Police's Fraud and Anti-Corruption Centre, had been on the trail of Australia's</i> …

Advisors Can Provide a Steady Hand Amid Fed Uncertainty

Advisors could soon find themselves trying to calm clients' frayed nerves thanks to a series of looming decisions and debates coming out of …

Rejection, charted

2015-09-11T07:26:11.000Z<p>By: David Keohane<p>From BofAML’s Hartnett and team:<p>In other news, we assume you heard Brazil got junked by S&P yesterday? …

Life With Ziggy Stardust: A Legendary Music Lensman on Shooting David Bowie

At times it’s easy to forget that <b>David Bowie</b> is not, in fact, a lean, extraterrestrial rock god sent down to bless us mortals with the gift of glam. Not so, one assumes, for <b>Mick Rock</b>, who bore more intimate witness to Bowie the Man than perhaps any other living lensman. From 1972 to 1973, while …

The first ball of the Ashes will be bowled in just a few hours and we will have all the action live for you at smh.com.au. Here's Malcolm Knox's column today: English supporters find some kind of inexorable logic in the sequence of Olympic Games-Tour de France-British Lions-Wimbledon-Ashes. Their cricketers have had a psychological edge over Australia since 2009. So why, with all that in their favour, would they also doctor their pitches for spin? What can they possibly be afraid of? In that hint of insecurity lies, for the Australians, a glimmer of hope. http://ow.ly/mOOLy

Voters will have to cope with 1.02 metre wide ballot papers and size 6 text (yes, seriously) when it comes to voting in this year's federal election. Time to move to e-voting, reports Sally Whyte: http://ow.ly/mOPgC