Australian property investors are predicting short-term turmoil in Britain following the vote to leave the EU, but are also expecting that the volatility will trigger an inflow of capital as overseas cash seeks safe havens outside of Europe.
Mark Mulligan Global markets are braced for further volatility this week, but the direct impact on Australia of Britain's decision to exit the European Union should not go too far beyond the hit to investor sentiment for now, say economists.
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Vanessa Desloires Gold mining stocks have not been kind in the first week of a new Shares Race featuring some fresh faces.
John Collett A previous rental turned into a horror story for 47-year-old Luke Fennell and his wife and two children.
Ylan Q. Mui The risk of another global recession escalated Friday after Britain's stunning decision to leave the European Union plunged financial markets into free fall.
Michael Pascoe If the Poms want to shoot themselves in their economic foot, I don't care. But I do care about the isolationist small-mindedness that seems to have driven the Brexit vote.
Nassim Khadem, Vanessa Desloires, Lucy Battersby The United Kingdom's decision to vote to leave the European Union was one motivated by emotion and fear, Australian business leaders say.
Peter Martin There's an awful lot our panel got wrong about 2015-16.
Natalie James For years we have been finding serious cases of exploitation of trolley collectors, and urging the supermarket chains to do something about it.
FROSTY temperatures were predicted to drop a dusting at Barrington - and it hasn't disappointed.
A photographer is helping to raise awareness of the plight of tribal people across the globe.
SHE'S a mermaid with a message and she's headed our way soon.
OUR journalists interview some very interesting people.
CATCH up on the week that was with some top photos from across the region.
Profiles on the candidates for the seat of Lyne, in the order they appear on the ballot paper.