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Friday's stronger-than-expected payrolls report did more than ease concerns about US economic fundamentals - it also seemed to justify Wall Street's record levels, suggesting the market's uptrend could continue.
Childcare cost is causing stress for parents and is a major productivity issue.
Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens passed over the opportunity to talk down the Australian dollar even as the currency soared to a three-month high, stoking suggestions the central bank could be comfortable with its current levels.
A lower $A would give companies more reasons to invest, but the currency is far from friendless.
As traditional broadcasters vie for sports rights, the internet is sneaking in on the action.
US stocks finished mostly higher on Friday, with the S&P 500 closing at a record after more jobs than expected were created in February and January's figure was revised higher.
Kate Bower was willing to pay $165 a day to secure a spot for her baby daughter at a childcare centre in Sydney's inner-west.
Financial advisers are being offered bonuses on top of generous commission payments to encourage clients to buy life insurance, stoking fears about rising lapse rates and conflicts of interest.
Rio Tinto's troubled subsidiary Energy Resources of Australia fears the toxic spill at its Ranger mine in December has awoken ''latent opposition'' to uranium mining near Kakadu National Park, and also hampered the development of trust with an important group of traditional landowners.