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6 May 2020 10:34

How 2020’s Default Market Offer affects your energy bill

Written by James McCay

Changes are coming to the Default Market Offer (DMO) on 1 July 2020. Find out how energy plans could be impacted in NSW, QLD and SA. Read on to learn more.

7 Feb 2020 10:26

Practising bad plastic habits: 45% of Aussies have unsafely shared their credit card details

Written by Hannah Twiggs

A survey of 1,200 Australian credit card holders asked respondents how they had shared their credit card details in the past. Here's what we learned.

a woman visits a man at hospital

23 Oct 2019 15:26

State of Emergency

Written by Compare the Market

We investigate Australian emergency department statistics to find out the most common reasons for emergency department presentations in 2017-18.

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15 Aug 2019 16:23

Over a quarter of retirees lost more than $1,000 to credit card fraud

Written by Megan Birot

We ran an independent survey from a nationally representative panel of 1,500 credit card holders, to reveal which Aussies lose more cash to credit card fraud.

30 Jul 2019 08:32

10 dog breeds Australians love the most

Written by Kenneth Young

Based on the Australian National Kennel Council’s National Animal Registration Analysis, here are the 10 most popular dog breeds in Australia.

30 Jul 2019 08:31

Is the left the right side to drive?

Written by Kenneth Young

Driving on the left side of the road just seems natural to most Australians. So, how does it compare across the globe?

16 Jul 2019 10:32

A complete guide to the history of Australian car manufacturing

Written by Compare the Market

The history of Australian car manufacturing dates back to the late 19th century, when horse-drawn carriages and steam trains were the norm for getting from A to B.

A man at a table covered in bills buries his head in his hands

15 Jul 2019 11:56

More Aussies feeling the weight of mortgage stress

Written by James McCay

The number of Aussies falling 90 days behind on a home loan is increasing. Learn more about the key factors behind this rise and tips to help you avoid defaulting on a mortgage if you're feeling the pinch.

27 Jun 2019 16:41

Calls for changes to travel insurance for mental health conditions

Written by Eliza Buglar

A new report has shone a light on mental health discrimination in travel insurance. Learn more about recommendations to improve travel insurance for mental health.

26 Jun 2019 09:50

Apollo Moon landing technology we still use 50 years later

Written by Eliza Buglar

In 5 images, we show you the NASA Apollo technology that's still in use 50 years after the first moon landing. Do you know them all?