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03/25/2017
WestConnex road widening triggers need to insulate apartments in inner Sydney - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

WestConnex road widening triggers need to insulate apartments in inner Sydney
The Sydney Morning Herald
The state's roads authorities are considering retrofitting airconditioning units and noise insulation to apartments in dense inner-city suburbs where they are widening roads to accommodate traffic moving onto and off the WestConnex motorway. More than ...
Change road to rail: alternatives to WestconnexGreen Left Weekly

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03/25/2017
Tom Waterhouse at loggerheads with online betting rivals over gambling reforms - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Tom Waterhouse at loggerheads with online betting rivals over gambling reforms
The Sydney Morning Herald
Bookmaker Tom Waterhouse is at the centre of a bitter dispute in the online gambling sector over how much ground the industry should give up to resuscitate its public image. Fairfax Media can reveal the industry's new peak body, headed by former Labor ...

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03/25/2017
The solution to falling home ownership in NSW and Victoria lies in South Australia - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

The solution to falling home ownership in NSW and Victoria lies in South Australia
NEWS.com.au
THE answer to housing affordability is closer than we think and it doesn't involve controversial and complicated tax reform, grants or accessing superannuation. You'll find it in just a short flight to Adelaide. The answer to Sydney and Melbourne's ...

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03/25/2017
Cherie Barber's renovation mission - The Mercury

The Mercury

Cherie Barber's renovation mission
The Mercury
Cherie Barber is headed to the state for the first time, in response to demand from Tasmanian followers and to check out the state's stock of affordable housing. Ms Barber, a regular on television renovation shows, said decent money could still be made ...

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03/25/2017
Penalty rates for Sunday, holiday work to be slashed after Fair Work Commission decision - The Border Mail

The Border Mail

Penalty rates for Sunday, holiday work to be slashed after Fair Work Commission decision
The Border Mail
Hundreds of thousands of Australians who work on Sundays will have their take-home pay slashed after a landmark ruling by the national workplace umpire. The Fair Work Commission on Thursday morning announced existing levels of Sunday penalty rates ...
Workers face penalty rate cut rolloutSky News Australia
Fair Work 'cannot ease penalty-rate impact'The Australian
Turnbull offers no relief on penalty cutNEWS.com.au
Courier Mail -The Australian Financial Review -ABC Online -Drive
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03/25/2017
Australian Banks Hike Home Loan Rates as Regulators Tighten Screws - Jakarta Globe

NEWS.com.au

Australian Banks Hike Home Loan Rates as Regulators Tighten Screws
Jakarta Globe
Sydney. Two of Australia's largest banks jacked up mortgage rates for speculative buyers on Friday (24/03) as part of an intensifying campaign by regulators to hose down a heated housing market. The out-of-cycle hikes come at a time when the central ...
Tidal wave: Interest rate rises could drown AustraliaNEWS.com.au (blog)

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03/25/2017
Laptop ban 'mystery': Why did the US and UK choose different countries - fox6now.com

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Laptop ban 'mystery': Why did the US and UK choose different countries
fox6now.com
SEATTLE — The U.S. and U.K. governments stunned the world this week by declaring passengers would be forbidden from carrying many electronic devices aboard flights from airports across the Middle East and North Africa. The sudden moves, attributed to ...
Travellers in Middle East shrug off measure as ban kicks inThe Straits Times
The US government's laptop ban is now in effect - here's what we know so farBusiness Insider
US and UK laptop bans on some Middle East flights come into effectBBC News
Deutsche Welle -Quartz -Times of India -Huffington Post
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03/25/2017
Sydney drivers pay twice as much for parking fines as New York - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney drivers pay twice as much for parking fines as New York
The Sydney Morning Herald
Motorists in Sydney face significantly higher parking fines than drivers in New York, prompting concerns about the crippling cost to those on low incomes. There are 138 types of fines for parking offences in NSW, ranging from $108 for parking longer ...

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03/25/2017
Analysts Ratings Update on Uranium Energy Corp. (:UEC) WPX Energy, Inc. (NYSE:WPX) - Davidson Register

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Analysts Ratings Update on Uranium Energy Corp. (:UEC) WPX Energy, Inc. (NYSE:WPX)
Davidson Register
Uranium Energy Corp. (:UEC) shares have been labeled a top pick by Beta Research as it meets the A+ criteria outlined by the firm. The stock boasts a consensus analyst “Buy” rating with the consensus recommendation standing at 1.80. This is according ...
Stock inside Investors Spotlight: Uranium Energy Corp. (NYSEMKT:UEC)Is stories

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03/24/2017
Cathay Pacific join international airfare war - Perth Now

Perth Now

Cathay Pacific join international airfare war
Perth Now
A NEW airfare war is expected after Cathay Pacific announced an economy seat sale with fares as low as $1331 return to Europe. The Hong Kong-based airline's move comes after sales on fares from Qantas and Virgin Australia. According to industry expert, ...
Flight test: Cathay Pacific economy, Melbourne to Hong KongEyre Peninsula Tribune
The best business class seats on Melbourne-Hong Kong flightsAustralian Business Traveller
Cathay Pacific must push ahead with its restructuringSouth China Morning Post
Business Insider -Traveller -Business Traveller
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