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07/20/2017
No respite from bracket creep for another five years, says Turnbull - The Australian


The Australian

No respite from bracket creep for another five years, says Turnbull
The Australian
The Prime Minister has given little hope the government will provide major relief from bracket creep for five years, as the government's plans to return the budget to surplus in 2021 came under attack from economists at a high-level policy conference ...
Turnbull ready for Senate battle to push through big business tax cutsThe Guardian
Terror changes won't cost more: MorrisonNEWS.com.au
Turnbull makes fresh case for tax cutSBS

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07/20/2017
World's largest dark web market, where Medicare numbers sold, shut down in US sting - SBS

SBS

World's largest dark web market, where Medicare numbers sold, shut down in US sting
SBS
The US Department of Justice has claimed responsibility for shutting down Alphabay, revealing the site to be much larger than the once-notorious Silk Road marketplace. By. James Elton-Pym. 10 MINS AGO UPDATED 4 MINS AGO. Tweet. The US ...
AlphaBay: Global authorities shut down dark net market 10 times the size of 2013's Silk RoadABC Online
2 Leading Online Black Markets Are Shut Down by AuthoritiesNew York Times
Canadian was alleged mastermind of shuttered Dark Web market AlphaBayThe Globe and Mail
Fox News -NBCNews.com -Channel NewsAsia -Los Angeles Times
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07/20/2017
Aussie dollar looks set to crash through 80c mark, after rapid climb to two-year high - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Aussie dollar looks set to crash through 80c mark, after rapid climb to two-year high
NEWS.com.au
AHH, economists. Making astrologers look good since the dawn of time. In an unexpected boon for travellers, importers and online shoppers, the Australian dollar has defied almost any economic prediction and, in the past 10 days, steamed in one ...
8@eight: ASX set for strong startThe Sydney Morning Herald
NZ dollar pares losses against AussieThe Australian
Australia's Week in Charts: RBA Lets Loose Rate Hike SpeculationBloomberg
Business Insider Australia -Financial Times -Nasdaq -Gold Seek
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07/20/2017
Aussie dollar holds onto gains - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Aussie dollar holds onto gains
NEWS.com.au
THE Australian dollar has held on to gains after it received a boost from the latest employment numbers which showed another rise in full-time employment. At 0630 AEST on Friday the local currency was worth 79.58 US cents, from 79.23 US cents on ...

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07/20/2017
Finance news you need to know today - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Finance news you need to know today
NEWS.com.au
THE Australian share market looks set to open lower, with investors expected to mimic Wall Street's lead where stocks ended little changed. At 0700 AEST on Friday, the share price futures index was down 11 points, or 0.19 per cent, to 5,688 points.

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07/20/2017
Ewen McKenzie's plan to burn Canberra's rubbish to generate electricity - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

Ewen McKenzie's plan to burn Canberra's rubbish to generate electricity
The Canberra Times
Former Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie has launched a new project that he says will take 90 per cent of the rubbish sent to Mugga Lane and burn much of it to generate electricity. The $200 million factory would be built at Ipswich Street in Fyshwick ...

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07/19/2017
Full-time jobs surge keeps unemployment near four-year low - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Full-time jobs surge keeps unemployment near four-year low
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australia has achieved its ninth straight month of job gains, with 14,000 new jobs added to the economy in June. Full-time employment grew by 62,000 jobs, while part-time employment decreased by 48,000. Full-time jobs have now increased by 115,400 ...
Unemployment steady, full-time jobs rebound, but is the economy as good as it looks?ABC Online
Unemployment rate unchanged at 5.6pc in JuneThe Australian
Good data keeps coming for Australia -- we're witnessing the best job creation streak in six yearsBusiness Insider Australia
The Australian Financial Review -Perth Now -TheBull.com.au -Sky News Australia
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07/19/2017
ACCC gears up for court action against ISPs over broadband speeds - Computerworld Australia

The Sydney Morning Herald

ACCC gears up for court action against ISPs over broadband speeds
Computerworld Australia
The head of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission expects to launch court action against Internet service providers over broadband speeds before the end of the year. “We are investigating whether retailers are offering or have sold ...
The ACCC threatens to take Telstra and other ISPs to court over misleading NBN speedsThe Conversation AU
ACCC calls time on broadband speedsSky News Australia
Can't say superfast: ACCC tells misleading telcos to lawyer upZDNet
Technology Decisions -Finfeed -ChannelNews -TechRadar
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07/20/2017
Billionaire Sanjeev Gupta wants a slice of infrastructure pie - The Australian

The Australian

Billionaire Sanjeev Gupta wants a slice of infrastructure pie
The Australian
British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta has set his sights on capturing part of Sydney's extensive infrastructure program, saying the steel manufacturer Arrium, which his company is expected to take over next month, is “perfectly positioned” to take ...

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07/20/2017
Proposed APRA Powers over Non-Bank Lenders - The National Law Review

The National Law Review

Proposed APRA Powers over Non-Bank Lenders
The National Law Review
The Australian Treasury has released for consultation, draft legislation which would give the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) prudential regulatory powers in relation to non-bank lenders including marketplace lenders. Non-bank lenders ...

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