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12/09/2016
Australia: the lucky country no longer? - MoneyWeek


The Sydney Morning Herald

Australia: the lucky country no longer?
MoneyWeek
Australia's remarkable 25-year run of recession-free growth may be coming to an end. Figures published on Wednesday showed that GDP fell quarter-on-quarter by 0.5% in the three months to the end of September, much worse than economists had forecast.
Malcolm Turnbull, Scott Morrison falter on 'jobs and growth'The Australian
Bold strategy needed to save us from economic purgatoryThe Age
Morrison not such a bright sparkCourier Mail
ABC Online -The Sydney Morning Herald -Yahoo7 News
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12/09/2016
The final days of Masters - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.au

The final days of Masters
dailytelegraph.com.au
WHEN the first Masters store opened in 2011, in the Melbourne suburb of Braybrook, much was made of the 35,000 products inside the giant store and the wealth of well-known brands from Bosch to DeWalt and Panasonic. Just over five years, and $3.5bn ...

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12/10/2016
Use keywords to search content on this website - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Use keywords to search content on this website
Herald Sun
A terminally ill father wants to enjoy as much time as possible with his family. Barefoot Investor. How to claim cash for a terminal illness so you can aid family. Scott Pape, Sunday Herald Sun. December 11, 2016 12:00am. Subscriber only. FOLLOW the ...

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12/10/2016
Racing: No plans to ban whips in New Zealand - New Zealand Herald

Racing: No plans to ban whips in New Zealand
New Zealand Herald
New Zealand racing bosses say there are no immediate plans to ban whips here after a shock decision to remove them from Australian harness racing. Australian harness racing officials, in charge of the standardbred industry many people know as trotting, ...

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12/10/2016
Commission assesses terrorist funding risk for charities - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Commission assesses terrorist funding risk for charities
The Sydney Morning Herald
The national charity regulator is conducting a risk assessment for terrorism financing and money laundering in the not-for-profit sector. The Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission will work with the Australian Taxation Office and the ...

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12/10/2016
Man arrested over alleged forklift rampage on Thevenard Island, WA - ABC Online

ABC Online

Man arrested over alleged forklift rampage on Thevenard Island, WA
ABC Online
A man with a forklift has allegedly gone on a rampage on Thevenard Island off Western Australia's north-coast, damaging vehicles and the island's solar power infrastructure. Karratha Police said the 34-year-old had an altercation with a co-worker ...
WA island worker's $150k forklift frenzyNEWS.com.au
Solar panels, bus flipped in forklift rampagePerth Now
Worker goes on forklift rampage on Thevenard Island in Western AustraliaDaily Mail
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12/09/2016
Finkel's interim report poses questions on limiting renewables - The Australian

Herald Sun

Finkel's interim report poses questions on limiting renewables
The Australian
Buried behind the big-picture thinking in the Finkel report on the future of Australia's electricity system is the pressing question that sparked the review and still needs to be answered. Should limits be put on the amount of wind and solar power that ...
Finkel: SA wind farm “faults” known, solved in Europe 10 years agoRenewEconomy
Why higher electricity prices are inevitableNEWS.com.au
State-based carbon tax proposal 'just ridiculous', South Australian Opposition saysABC Online
The Australian Financial Review -MacroBusiness (blog) -The Mercury
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12/09/2016
World's longest passenger flight - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

World's longest passenger flight
NEWS.com.au
THE longest non-stop commercial airline passenger route in the world between Perth in Western Australia and London in the UK is reportedly expected to be cleared for take off next week. Flights could start by Christmas 2017 once Qantas takes delivery ...
Deal close on non-stop London flightsPerth Now
UK: Qantas set to announce non-stop Perth-to-UK flightStuff.co.nz
Paris, Rome, London, Frankfurt – Europe Perth Direct Flights in 2018?So Perth (blog)

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12/08/2016
Investor loan growth ticks higher, owner-occupier loans fall - ABC Online

ABC Online

Investor loan growth ticks higher, owner-occupier loans fall
ABC Online
The volume of new home loans to owner-occupiers has fallen 0.8 per cent month-on-month in October, according to the latest figures from the Bureau of Statistics. Loans to investors, however, ticked higher by 0.7 per cent, despite the total value of all ...
Investors outpacing first home buyersNEWS.com.au
Australian housing lending is falling, except to investorsBusiness Insider Australia
Investors borrow less for new apartmentsThe Australian Financial Review
Sky News Australia -TheBull.com.au -The Australian -Nasdaq
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12/08/2016
Market rally gains pace - Yahoo7 News

Market rally gains pace
Yahoo7 News
Strong investor support for financial and mining stocks has driven a third straight day of gains and taken the market to a near four month high. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index gained 1.2 per cent as 11 of the 12 sectors closed in positive territory.

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