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06/19/2018
Andy Penn tries to shrink Telstra to OK-ness - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Andy Penn tries to shrink Telstra to OK-ness
The Australian Financial Review
"It is time to take a bolder step and leave the past behind. We are at a tipping point." - Telstra's Andy Penn. David Rowe. by Chanticleer. Has Andy Penn been studying the playbook of BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie? Not only has the Telstra chief ...

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06/24/2018
Wedding plans dashed after Melbourne venue goes belly up - The Age

The Age

Wedding plans dashed after Melbourne venue goes belly up
The Age
What should be one of the happiest days of Rhiannen Skelley's life has turned into one of her worst nightmares. The bride-to-be and her fiancé have been putting the finishing touches on their plans to tie the knot next Sunday at The Willows, one of ...

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06/24/2018
Masterchef finalist caught in conveyancer hack recovers half her money, but could still be homeless - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Masterchef finalist caught in conveyancer hack recovers half her money, but could still be homeless
The Sydney Morning Herald
A MasterChef finalist has recovered half of the $250,000 she had stolen while settling her house using Australia's new online conveyancing system, but she and her family could still be left without a home to live in. The theft has left the system's ...
PEXA says its platform remains secure following property fraudComputerworld Australia
MasterChef star left homelessRockhampton Morning Bulletin
Fundraiser by Dani Venn : HACKED OUT OF HOME - GoFundMeGoFundMe

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06/21/2018
Coles and Woolies to crack down on bags they'll accept from customers - Starts at 60

Starts at 60

Coles and Woolies to crack down on bags they'll accept from customers
Starts at 60
Woolworths and Coles supermarkets have issued a new warning to customers after deciding to scrap single-use plastic bags from stores. Earlier this week, Woolworths rolled out a ban on the bags, removing them promptly from stores across the country and ...
Almost half Countdown shoppers forgetting reusable bags at 'plastic bag free' storesStuff.co.nz
Plastic bag bans: Here's how the alternatives stack upABC News
Plastic bag ban: Many alternatives have huge environmental footprintsNEWS.com.au
NEWS.com.au -NEWS.com.au
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06/24/2018
Winning Division One Lotto tickets sold in Mandurah and Baldivis - Community Newspaper Group

Community Newspaper Group

Winning Division One Lotto tickets sold in Mandurah and Baldivis
Community Newspaper Group
THREE Division One winning Lotto tickets worth $2m each in last night's Superdraw were sold in Mandurah, Baldivis and Northam. The winning tickets were sold by Mandurah Greenfields Newsagency, Lucky Charm Baldivis and Warricks Newsagency in ...
Lotto luck strikes in GreenfieldsMandurah Mail
Millionaires galore in WA: Three lucky winners take home $2 millionWAtoday

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06/23/2018
JCDecaux set to buy APN Outdoor for higher price - The Australian

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JCDecaux set to buy APN Outdoor for higher price
The Australian
JCDecaux seemed poised to reach a deal to acquire APN Outdoor last night for a higher price than its original offer, after the two outdoor advertisers spent the weekend locked in negotiations. It came after oOh! Media purchased Adshel from Here There ...
Macquarie readies oOh!media rights issueThe Australian Financial Review

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06/24/2018
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun gets $2bn in largest corporate payday - The Australian

The Australian

Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun gets $2bn in largest corporate payday
The Australian
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, whose valuation could soon register at $US70 billion ($94bn), has given its founder and chief executive a token of its appreciation: $US1.5bn in stock, no strings attached, in one of the largest corporate paydays in ...
Chinese upstart taking on Apple, GoogleSunshine Coast Daily
Xiaomi delays CDRs indefinitely in blow to China's tech listing plansDEALSTREETASIA
Xiaomi wants to raise up to $6 billion in Hong Kong IPOThe Indian Express
The Japan News -Xinhua -Borneo Bulletin Online -The Daily Star
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06/24/2018
No respite likely for beleaguered Aussie dollar - The Age

The Age

No respite likely for beleaguered Aussie dollar
The Age
The US dollar has surged higher since swooning in February, and its upward momentum appears intact. That's not good news for the Australian dollar, which peaked above US81¢ in late January but dipped below US74¢ last week. Among the reasons for the ...

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06/23/2018
$3 solution to waste headache - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

$3 solution to waste headache
NEWS.com.au
IT'S a common dilemma after a big celebration — what exactly do you do with all that rubbish? This is the solution. Lisa Mayoh. news.com.auJune 24, 201812:31pm. Video; Image. The plastic ban is coming0:57. Plastic bag bans are coming - but is there ...
$3 fix to common bad habitRockhampton Morning Bulletin

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06/24/2018
Federal Labor proposes making NBN Co pay for failing customers - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Federal Labor proposes making NBN Co pay for failing customers
The Sydney Morning Herald
Bill Shorten's Labor government has promised to force the National Broadband Network to pay penalties to customers when failing to meet specified standards under a new election policy. The NBN Service Guarantee proposal aims to set regulated standards ...
Labor to counter NBN 'horror stories' with compensation schemeThe Australian
Compensation for customers over NBN 'horror stories' under Labor planSBS
Labor pledges better NBN experience if it regains poweriTWire
Daily Telegraph -iTnews -The Guardian -The West Australian
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