Demand for electricity from WA households and businesses is predicted to fall for the first time, bucking long-held assumptions linking power use to an economy's size, as the extraordinary uptake of solar panels reshapes the system.
Temperatures have plunged and heaters are running hot — energy experts offer advice on how to stay warm while keeping costs to a minimum.
New data shows the number of young Australians living at home is on the rise. But the factors are more varied than just cost of living.
More and more people are bypassing real estate agents and using social media to sell their properties — but what are the risks of going it alone?
Should you talk to your bank first? Or start giving up your takeaway coffee, cold turkey? Here's what you need to know about how to apply, and how banks determine what you'll get.
Home ownership is likely to fall further in coming years an renting will become more widespread among retirees. This is bad news, write Brendan Coates and Tony Chen.
The scrutiny on borrowing is the toughest it's been, with banks and credit unions putting the daily spending habits of potential customers under the microscope — including things like your food deliveries and Afterpay purchases.
Before you start negotiating with a sales rep, take a minute to consider if you've equipped yourself with the right tools to secure a good deal.
Can you re-create art without the artist? An iconic Iwan Iwanoff brutalist-style home in Perth's western suburbs has been rebuilt using the original 1960s blueprints, and the results are striking.
A move which would see the Territory's Power and Water bills sliced substantially over the next five years is being criticised by the leader pulling the region's purse-strings.