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02/24/2017
Penalty rates kick: farewell to Sunday, the day of rest - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Penalty rates kick: farewell to Sunday, the day of rest
The Sydney Morning Herald
Herbert Hoover an American mining engineer, was appointed general manager of the West Australian gold mine Sons of Gwalia in May 1896. His first executive decision? Stop double time on Sundays. Hoover became US president and is primarily ...
Do penalty rate cuts really equal job creation?NEWS.com.au
The aim should be a decent wage for all workersThe Australian
Penalty rate cut: unions have golden opportunity to flex their musclesThe Guardian
ABC Online -Herald Sun -The Australian Financial Review -The Canberra Times
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02/24/2017
Guzman y Gomez plots hi-tech drive-through Mexican wave - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Guzman y Gomez plots hi-tech drive-through Mexican wave
NEWS.com.au
RAPIDLY growing Mexican chain Guzman y Gomez has teamed up with Google to develop a “virtual drive-through” in a bid to take on McDonald's and “reinvent fast-food for the 21st century”. It comes as the chain, founded by former New York hedge fund ...
Mexican chain Guzman y Gomez is launching a new virtual drive-thru phone appDaily Mail

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02/24/2017
Royal rendezvous: Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary 2 cruise ships arrive in Sydney Harbour - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Royal rendezvous: Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary 2 cruise ships arrive in Sydney Harbour
9news.com.au
Two of the world's most famous cruise ships have arrived in Sydney Harbour, to mark 10 years since the Queen Mary 2 visited the city for the first time. The Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth met in the harbor today, a decade since the former first ...
Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth cruise ships meet in Sydney Harbour on world voyagesIllawarra Mercury
Queen Mary 2 visits Port Arthur on MondayeTurboNews

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02/23/2017
ACCC to seek stiffer penalties this year - The Australian

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ACCC to seek stiffer penalties this year
The Australian
Australia's competition regulator has flagged it will seek larger penalties against big companies this year in order to effectively deter them from misconduct. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission plans to focus on unfair contracts for ...
Rod Sims: ACCC will drag big businesses to court over unfair contract terms in 2017SmartCompany.com.au
ACCC focus on bad ag business conduct in 2017Bendigo Advertiser
Regulator on the warpathhttp://www.lloydslistaustralia.com.au/ (subscription) (blog)
Military Technologies -Satellite PR News (press release)
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02/24/2017
As the RBA and government lose the ability or will to act, business must lead - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

As the RBA and government lose the ability or will to act, business must lead
The Australian Financial Review
Ken Henry says business has to tackle the difficult challenges of building better cities, capacity and fixing energy uncertainty without waiting for government. Dominic Lorrimer. Share on twitter. by Jacob Greber. It's up to business now to carry the ...
The government is missing the opportunity to solve the housing crisisThe Sydney Morning Herald
RBA governor Philip Lowe stresses need for financial stabilityThe Australian
Peering in to the crystal ball: Will interest rates rise this year?Domain News
NEWS.com.au -ABC Online -gulfnews.com -SBS
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02/24/2017
8 crazy things you didn't know you could do on a cruise - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

8 crazy things you didn't know you could do on a cruise
Herald Sun
GONE are the days when all you expected on a cruise ship was a deck chair, cocktail hour and a sexy legs competition. These days sailing the high seas is full on sensory overload. From skydiving to underwater cycling, Expedia has named some of the ...
Calling a Cruise Ship Home: See the World, Then See It AgainNew York Times
Royal Seas Cruises Is No. 1 In This Year's Best 3-5 Day Romantic GetawaysMetro.us
The Taylor Asset Management Inc. Invests $6236000 in Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL)Petro Global News 24
Daily Mail -Express.co.uk -TWN -Press-leader
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02/23/2017
Why Rio Tinto Ltd Shares Cratered Today - Money Morning Australia

Money Morning Australia

Why Rio Tinto Ltd Shares Cratered Today
Money Morning Australia
Shares of Rio Tinto Ltd [ASX:RIO] slumped more than 4.1% today as the iron ore price retreated from recent highs. Why did RIO shares drop? According to a report from Bloomberg, iron ore traded on China's Dalian Commodity Exchange was down as much ...
BHP, Rio, FMG: amazing mining success storiesThe Australian
Friday free-fall: Aus shares close 0.79% lowerFinance News Network
Meeting that stops our nation, and our minersThe Sydney Morning Herald
AOL Money UK -Economic Times -The West Australian -MiningFeeds.com
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02/24/2017
Hay Runners' drought relief totals $170m - Queensland Country Life

Queensland Country Life

Hay Runners' drought relief totals $170m
Queensland Country Life
Honoured: Rotary Club of Sydney president Alex Shaw presenting Burrumbuttock Hay Runners founder Brendan Farrell with a sapphire pin for his Paul Harris Fellowship. Picture: Sally Cripps. Share · Tweet · Aa. Donated hay and other goods exceeding ...

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02/24/2017
Bellamy's EBIT plunges as class action lawsuit filed - just-food.com (subscription)

Bellamy's EBIT plunges as class action lawsuit filed
just-food.com (subscription)
Embattled Australian infant formula maker Bellamy's Australia is facing a class action lawsuit filed by disgruntled shareholders, action that emerged hours before the group reported a near-50% drop in operating profit for the first six months of its ...

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02/22/2017
The Australian dollar is back in the 'death zone' ahead of a key economic data release - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

The Australian dollar is back in the 'death zone' ahead of a key economic data release
Business Insider Australia
The Australian dollar pushed higher overnight, thanks largely to a renewed bout of US dollar weakness following the release of the minutes of the US Federal Reserve's February monetary policy minutes. First, here's the scoreboard as at 8am AEDT.

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