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09/21/2017
Eric Abetz, Rodney Croome react to Tony Abbott's headbutt claims - Bendigo Advertiser


Bendigo Advertiser

Eric Abetz, Rodney Croome react to Tony Abbott's headbutt claims
Bendigo Advertiser
Tasmanian Liberal Senator Eric Abetz says the assault on former Prime Minister Tony Abbott in Hobart shows the “ugly underbelly” of the 'yes' campaign. But same-sex marriage advocate Rodney Croome has urged the public not to judge the actions of one ...

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09/21/2017
Lilian Bettencourt, world's richest woman, dies aged 94 - The Australian

The Australian

Lilian Bettencourt, world's richest woman, dies aged 94
The Australian
Liliane Bettencourt — who presided over the L'Oréal cosmetics fortune, becoming the world's richest woman — died on Thursday after spending decades under the spotlight for her ties to powerful politicians and her role in a bitter family feud. She was ...
World's richest woman dead: L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt dies aged 94The Australian Financial Review
Billionaire L'Oréal heiress Liliane Bettencourt dies at 94CBC.ca
L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt dies aged 94Ten Eyewitness News
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09/21/2017
Why I would invest $10000 in these 3 growth shares - Motley Fool Australia

Motley Fool Australia

Why I would invest $10000 in these 3 growth shares
Motley Fool Australia
If I had $10,000 sitting in a savings account I would seriously consider putting that money to work. With interest rates tipped by many economists to stay at their record low until late next year, investors would do well to beat inflation with the ...

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09/21/2017
Markets Live: Calm after the storm - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Calm after the storm
The Sydney Morning Herald
The ASX is poised for a bit of a rebound from yesterday's steep losses with Rio Tinto unveiling a massive buyback but the Aussie and iron ore remain under pressure. The S&P/ASX 200 index had a bad day yesterday. Photo: Paul Miller. Live updates.
Iron ore is getting smashedBusiness Insider Australia
UPDATE 1-Asia Morning Call-Global MarketsReuters
Fed Spooks GoldbugsShareCafe (registration)

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09/21/2017
CBA CEO Ian Narev says 'its very hard' to compete against global insurers - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

CBA CEO Ian Narev says 'its very hard' to compete against global insurers
The Australian Financial Review
Commonwealth Bank of Australia chief Ian Narev says the banking giant can no longer be in every part of the financial services sector after selling its insurance business for $3.8 billion and conceding it does not have the global scale needed to compete.
CBA cuts ties with wealth armThe Australian
CBA could raise $4 billion from fund manager floatThe Sydney Morning Herald
Terry McCrann: Old is new again as banks come full circleHerald Sun
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09/21/2017
Slumping Australian dollar has its worst day in four months - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Slumping Australian dollar has its worst day in four months
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian dollar recorded its biggest one-day drop in four months and it appears poised to fall still lower. The local currency was 1.3 per cent lower at US79.31¢ at about 7.30am AEST. The $A traded as high as US81.02¢ at about 4am AEST on ...

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09/21/2017
Seek figures reveal resources jobs turnaround - The Australian

The Australian

Seek figures reveal resources jobs turnaround
The Australian
The Australian labour market is undergoing yet another fundamental change. And that change is full of surprises as it signals where the current action is in the economy. Seek is our largest employment advertising vehicle, albeit that all its ...

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09/21/2017
'Prices immediately reduced': ACCC digs teeth into energy crisis - Gladstone Observer

Gladstone Observer

'Prices immediately reduced': ACCC digs teeth into energy crisis
Gladstone Observer
THE nation's consumer watchdog has confirmed the power price fears felt by Gladstone's major industries and warned without action it will be "dire". In an update to its power price review the Australian Competition and Consumer commission said this ...
Australia's private sector management is in record disarrayThe Australian
ACCC chief backs inquiry into tech giants' market dominanceThe Guardian
Consequences of government not acting on energy are dire, Sims saidThe Sydney Morning Herald
MacroBusiness (blog) -The West Australian -Gizmodo Australia -NEWS.com.au
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09/21/2017
Solar Batteries: Australians see energy storage as the future, poll finds - ABC Online

ABC Online

Solar Batteries: Australians see energy storage as the future, poll finds
ABC Online
As power prices continue to surge, Australians believe household solar storage batteries are the key to cheaper and more reliable energy, according to a new poll of 2,000 households. Key points: A survey found almost three-quarters of people believe ...
Australians charged up for a battery future: surveysiTWire
Better Batteries Hold Promise for a Sustainable FutureChicago Tonight | WTTW

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09/21/2017
Rio to buy back another $US2.5b of shares - The Australian

TheBull.com.au

Rio to buy back another $US2.5b of shares
The Australian
Mining giant Rio Tinto will return proceeds from the recent $US2.7 billion sale of its NSW coal operations to shareholders through a share buyback. The company on Friday announced an additional share buyback of $US2.5 billion ($A3.2 billion ...
Rio announces $2.5 billion buybackFinance News Network
Rio to return Coal & Allied proceeds to shareholdersAustralian Mining
Kennecott workers offered more time off — with pay — to care for new babiesSalt Lake Tribune
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