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Finn Lymburner

Finn Lymburner is a senior journalist for The Bulletin Bite. Finn has worked at The Bulletin Bite since 2016, covering business affairs, money, state politics, local government and workplace relations for The Bulletin Bite.

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How Greg Hunt sold the idea of My Health Record

Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt was famously in charge of educating Australians on the rollout of the controversial My Health Record. The system was...

John Howard’s unique economic history

With many arguing that recent Australian governments have been major disappointments, a lot of people are turning to the past with rose-tinted glasses. This...

The cultural legacy of Steve Irwin

While Paul Hogan’s ‘Crocodile Dundee’ character was tough-guy who wrestled with crocodiles, Steve Irwin was the real-life version. Steve Irwin is fondly remembered as...

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How Chris Hemsworth became a world-famous Australian actor

Chris Hemsworth is one of the most famous Australian actors in recent years, and he is one of the highest-paid leading men in today’s...

The effortless style evolution of Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman is one of Australia’s greatest exports when it comes to acting talent. She is a natural beauty who looks great in every...

Learn about Australian Bionic Ear inventor Graeme Clark

Professor Graeme Clark was the Australian inventor who came up with the multi-channel Cochlear implant that helps people who suffer from deadness. It was...

Future of the tourism market surrounding the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of Australia’s most iconic natural landmarks and a huge reason why Queensland is a popular tourist destination. The...

A leader in Australian news journalism, Peter Overton

Peter Overton is one of Australia’s most recognizable faces when it comes to the field of journalism and evening news. Referred to by many...

Kevin Rudd and the Global Financial Crisis

The Global Financial Crisis (GFC) that hit in 2008 was undoubtedly the biggest challenge for the leadership of then Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. Reacting...

How Donald Bradman impacted Australian sports culture

Sir Donald Bradman, often known by his nickname “The Don”, is one of Australia’s most iconic and fondly remembered sporting legends. Even outside of...

Samsung Launches SpaceMax Family Hub Refrigerator in India at Rs.2,19,900

Samsung has refreshed its Internet of Things (IoT) product portfolio today by launching the SpaceMax Family Hub refrigerator in India. The refrigerator has a capacity of...

Snapchat Rolls out Mental Health Tool ‘Here for You’ in India

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic situation has taken a toll on the mental health of a significant number of people across the globe, and Snapchat wants to help. After...

OnePlus Nord Goes Up for Pre-Order on July 15 in India; AR Invite Costs Rs. 99

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How Greg Hunt sold the idea of My Health Record

Australian Health Minister Greg Hunt was famously in charge of educating Australians on the rollout of the controversial My Health Record. The system was...

The legacy of Dick Smith and his electronics business

Born in 1944, Richard Harold Smith went on to become a famous Australian entrepreneur who founded the Dick Smith electronics store chain. He was...

John Howard’s unique economic history

With many arguing that recent Australian governments have been major disappointments, a lot of people are turning to the past with rose-tinted glasses. This...

The cultural legacy of Steve Irwin

While Paul Hogan’s ‘Crocodile Dundee’ character was tough-guy who wrestled with crocodiles, Steve Irwin was the real-life version. Steve Irwin is fondly remembered as...