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06/27/2017
Census 2016: The tragedy, triumphs and drudgery of modern family life revealed - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Census 2016: The tragedy, triumphs and drudgery of modern family life revealed
The Sydney Morning Herald
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Census 2016 data reveals Australian residents older and increasingly faithlessThe Australian
Australian census: What does a state full of sandgropers really look like?ABC Online
Census 2016: Queensland's fastest-growing areas are outside the capitalBrisbane Times
Perth Now -NEWS.com.au -Domain News -The Australian Financial Review
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06/27/2017
Markets Live: Fortescue steadies ASX ship - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Fortescue steadies ASX ship
The Sydney Morning Herald
The ASX trims early losses to trade flat, as investors snap up ANZ, CBA and Fortescue, ahead of a raft of speeches from central bankers tonight. Iron ore futures jump following upbeat comments on the Chinese economy by Premier Li; Blackmores shares ...
Ahmed Fahour a perfect choice to run Amazon's Australian operationThe Australian
Stocks to watch at the closeNEWS.com.au
Aust Post too good to pass up: HolgateSBS
Business News -Business Insider Australia -Human Capital -ABN Newswire (press release)
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06/26/2017
Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer's companies owe $97m to creditors, court hears - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer's companies owe $97m to creditors, court hears
NEWS.com.au
FORMER deputy Auburn mayor Salim Mehajer held a 5.30am meeting with himself to remove the director of two of his companies who appointed administrators 12 hours later, a Sydney court has been told. Mr Mehajer claimed the administrators were not ...
Creditors pursing Salim Mehajer's companies for $97 millionThe Sydney Morning Herald

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06/27/2017
Top broker tips Transurban Group share price to climb higher - Motley Fool Australia

Top broker tips Transurban Group share price to climb higher
Motley Fool Australia
The Transurban Group (ASX: TCL) share price has followed the market lower today and is down just short of 0.4% to $12.52. But despite the decline in its share price today, the toll road operator's shares have still managed to carve out a gain of over ...

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06/26/2017
CBA hikes interest-only rates for home loans by 30 basis points - The Australian

The Australian

CBA hikes interest-only rates for home loans by 30 basis points
The Australian
Commonwealth Bank, the nation's largest lender, has become the last of the big four banks to whack interest-only lenders with sharp rate hikes, as banks attempt to push borrowers onto less risky loans. CBA (CBA) today said it would be hiking rates for ...
CBA raises rates on interest-only home loans, cuts elsewhereThe Sydney Morning Herald
CBA joins other major banks to penalise interest-only borrowers with rate riseABC Online
Commonwealth Bank announces it is dropping interest rates for owner occupiersNEWS.com.au
SBS -Australian Broker -Business Insider Australia -Nasdaq
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06/26/2017
Australian cities among world's most expensive - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Australian cities among world's most expensive
NEWS.com.au
EVEN before taking into account 3D glasses, popcorn, frozen Cokes and Maltesers, movie tickets in Australia are among the world's most expensive. A single movie ticket in Melbourne will set you back $21.72 ($US16.47), not far off sky-high prices in ...
Interstate investment: How to have your smashed avocado and eat it tooSmart Property Investment

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06/27/2017
Fortescue to increase Cat autonomous technology at iron ore mines - Australian Mining

Australian Mining

Fortescue to increase Cat autonomous technology at iron ore mines
Australian Mining
Fortescue Metals Group plans to deploy more autonomous haulage technology (AHS) at its iron ore operations in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The miner has deployed Caterpillar AHS at the Solomon Hub since 2012 with 56 trucks now operating at ...
Why the Fortescue Metals Group Limited share price is up 4.5% todayMotley Fool Australia
Fortescue reveals FY18 innovation projectsFinance News Network

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06/26/2017
Federal Court finds conduct of Get Qualified Australia to be misleading, unconscionable - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Federal Court finds conduct of Get Qualified Australia to be misleading, unconscionable
The Sydney Morning Herald
A failed education company, that left more than 5000 students without the qualifications they paid for, engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct, unfair contract terms and unconscionable conduct, the Federal Court has found. Get Qualified Australia ...

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06/26/2017
Happy birthday, GST – time to grow up and tax more food - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Happy birthday, GST – time to grow up and tax more food
The Sydney Morning Herald
Our goods and services tax turns 17 this Saturday, but there will be no party. About the only attention the GST gets these days is protests about the "tampon tax" and states complaining about its carve-up. The GST has been frozen in time by the deal ...

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06/26/2017
VivaColombia budget airline would love to introduce stand-up flights - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nz

VivaColombia budget airline would love to introduce stand-up flights
Stuff.co.nz
Early designs for 'standing seats' were shown at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Long Beach, California in 2010. In its quest to make air travel accessible to the masses, Colombia's no-frills carrier, VivaColombia, would be more than happy to rip out ...

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