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11/14/2018
Unemployment rate stays at 6-year low - The Australian


The Australian

Unemployment rate stays at 6-year low
The Australian
Share this article. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print. Australia's unemployment rate remained at a six-year low in October following a strong surge in full-time work. Unemployment was unchanged at 5.0 per cent in October, helped by an increase in the ...
WA jobless rate hits year low after full-time employment boostPerthNow
Unemployment rate steady at 5pc in OctoberThe Australian Financial Review
Australia's unemployment rate steady at a six-year low of 5.0 per cent in OctoberThe Advertiser

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11/14/2018
Australia's 57 Roger David stores heading for closure - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Australia's 57 Roger David stores heading for closure
NEWS.com.au
Roger David's 57 fashion and accessories stores will close within weeks after no buyers emerged in a four-week process to sell them as a going concern. Administrator Craig Shepard of KordaMentha Restructuring said Thursday that, while there had been ...
Iconic Australian retailer Roger David to close within weeksHerald Sun
It's all over for Roger David menswear storesBusiness Insider Australia
Roger David stores to close after failure to find a buyerThe Australian
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11/14/2018
SEEK reveals massive job growth for these tradespeople - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

SEEK reveals massive job growth for these tradespeople
NEWS.com.au
Electricians are in hot demand, with jobs for the tradies increasing by as much as 66 per cent in the past year. Victoria experienced the largest jump in job ads on SEEK in the 12 months to October 2018 (up 66 per cent) – followed by Western Australia ...
Employment Projections - Welcome to the Labour Market Information Portal.Welcome to the Labour Market Information Portal.

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11/14/2018
Six charts that show what killed Australia's property boom - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Six charts that show what killed Australia's property boom
The Sydney Morning Herald
A potent combination of nervous buyers, cautious lenders and retreating investors has turned the nation's housing boom to dust. With the downturn now in its second year, the question for homeowners, house hunters and property investors is how much ...
What's Killing Australia's Property Boom?Bloomberg

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11/14/2018
Australia's robotic bricklayer has just finished its first house - in under three days - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Australia's robotic bricklayer has just finished its first house - in under three days
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's one-armed robot bricklayer has just built its first house in under three days, a milestone described by its Perth-based creator as a "world first". Robotic technology company FBR Ltd says the Hadrian X, the commercial version of its robot ...
This one-armed robot bricklayer just built its first house in less than three daysBusiness Insider
This Aussie Robot Has Built An Entire House In Three Days97.3FM
Robot brickie builds Australian home in three daysThe Times

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11/14/2018
GrainCorp profit, payout take hit from dry conditions - The Australian

The Australian

GrainCorp profit, payout take hit from dry conditions
The Australian
Share this article. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print. GrainCorp logged a sharp fall in annual earnings and shrank its dividend payout as the volume of grain its handles and exports was hit hard by a drought in parts of eastern Australia. Growing ...
GrainCorp profit dries, almost halving to $70 million on droughtThe Sydney Morning Herald
GrainCorp posts net profit losses of more than 40 per centThe Weekly Times

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11/14/2018
Business leaders say there's no truth behind 'Newtown apocalypse' rumours - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Business leaders say there's no truth behind 'Newtown apocalypse' rumours
NEWS.com.au
Craft beers were spilling left, right and centre when the news of another local business closure hit one of Sydney's trendiest suburbs last week. A recirculated message from the owner confirmed Newtown's 2042 Cafe, on the suburb's bustling and bohemian ...

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11/14/2018
Markets Live: Banks, miners push ASX into the red - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Banks, miners push ASX into the red
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's latest labour force data showed the unemployment rate remained steady at 5 per cent while the labour force participation rate increase by just 0.1 percentage point to 65.6 per cent. The number of employed people for October increased by 32,800.

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11/14/2018
How man lost weight only eating Maccas - Sunshine Coast Daily

Sunshine Coast Daily

How man lost weight only eating Maccas
Sunshine Coast Daily
A postman went to extreme measures to prove his point on the importance of exercise by eating nothing but McDonald's for weeks and losing more than 7kg. Ryan Williams, 29, launched his fast food mission to disprove filmmaker Morgan Spurlock's famous ...
Man loses a stone and gains abs eating nothing but McDonald's for 30 daysYahoo News
I Ate McDonald's For A Month And Still Lost WeightMen's health UK
Postman, 29, eats nothing but McDonald's for 30 days – and LOSES weightThe Sun

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11/14/2018
Morrison will feel relief at this overdue wages growth, but it is still pathetic - The Guardian

The Guardian

Morrison will feel relief at this overdue wages growth, but it is still pathetic
The Guardian
'More businesses across the nation are once again granting wage rises after a long period of little or no increases.' Photograph: Darren England/AAP. The latest wages growth data released by the bureau of statistics on Wednesday has provided good news ...
Australia's great wage stagnation continuesCrikey
Wages Growth Meets Weak ExpectationsShareCafe

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