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04/23/2017
Qld economy better than reported: Pitt - 9news.com.au


9news.com.au

Qld economy better than reported: Pitt
9news.com.au
Queensland's government has slammed the latest State of the States report from Commsec, saying the state is doing better than its fifth placing would suggest. The Commsec report is mixed for the Sunshine State, with tourism, exports and housing ...
State economy nothing to gloat overCourier Mail
Qld behind Tassy in State of the States report, NSW winsmyGC.com.au

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04/23/2017
Auctions surge back in wake of slowdown during Easter break - The Australian

The Australian

Auctions surge back in wake of slowdown during Easter break
The Australian
The auction market surged back into action at the weekend following the annual Easter lull, with Melbourne recording eight times more auctions than for the same period last week. A slight dip in the national clearance rate of 72.1 per cent — down from ...
'calling the top' of the property boomThe Australian Financial Review
Sydney auction market returns with clearance rates on the slide, but prices still risingDomain News
Auction still tops, as house prices boomIllawarra Mercury

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04/23/2017
Taxpayer loan for railway to Adani mine "not in the interests of NSW": report - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Taxpayer loan for railway to Adani mine "not in the interests of NSW": report
The Sydney Morning Herald
The fairness of a proposed Commonwealth loan of nearly $1 billion to fund a rail link to the giant Adani coal mine in Queensland's Galilee Basin has been called into question by economic modelling showing it may cost NSW hundreds of millions of dollars ...
EDITORIAL: The Australia Institute and Adani's Carmichael coal mineNewcastle Herald
Australian fund considering Adani loan 'obsessed with secrecy'Climate Home
Adani faces NAIF threatTownsville Bulletin

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04/23/2017
Emergency landing at Sydney Airport - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Emergency landing at Sydney Airport
NEWS.com.au
A PHILIPPINE Airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Sydney Airport on Sunday afternoon. Flight PR212 was meant to depart the airport at 12.45pm, but was forced to make an emergency landing about 2.10pm. The plane was later towed ...
Philippine Airlines plane forced to land after circling over IllawarraIllawarra Mercury

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04/23/2017
Sydney Trains worker diverts runaway train near Unanderra - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Trains worker diverts runaway train near Unanderra
The Sydney Morning Herald
A quick-thinking Sydney Trains worker averted disaster on Saturday when a 40-wagon freight train lost its ability to brake as it hurtled towards Unanderra, near Wollongong. The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) is investigating the incident on ...
Quick-thinking staff halt runaway freight trainWarrnambool Standard

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04/23/2017
All eyes on CPI as markets look for clues on interest rates - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

All eyes on CPI as markets look for clues on interest rates
The Australian Financial Review
Bets on whether inflation will accelerate, and bolster chances for higher interest rates, are poised for several tests this week. Here in Australia, the key test will be on Wednesday when the first-quarter consumer price index is released. "The market ...
Inflation likely to hit RBA target bandThe Sydney Morning Herald
Investor Signposts: Week Beginning April 24 2017TheBull.com.au
Reserve Bank keeps cash rate at 1.5 per centNambucca Guardian News

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04/23/2017
Vodafone plays down TPG threat - The Australian

The Australian

Vodafone plays down TPG threat
The Australian
Vodafone Australia boss Inaki Berroeta has played down talk that TPG Telecom is going to eat its lunch in the mobiles market through a combination of cheaper prices and unlimited data plans. Goldman Sachs and Ord Minnett analysts have warned that TPG ...
How Low Can the Big Three Telco Stocks GoTheBull.com.au
Christopher Niesche: Telco start-up takes on Aussie big boysNew Zealand Herald

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04/23/2017
Pacific Consortium sweetens Tatts bid with dividends - The Australian

The Australian

Pacific Consortium sweetens Tatts bid with dividends
The Australian
The Macquarie Group-led consortium has sweetened its bid for Tatts to head off analysts' criticism of the deal and boost its chances of getting the board to give it a look at the books ahead of an expected bidding war. Tatts shareholders are urging the ...
Why Racing.com, Crownbet and Racing Victoria are fighting Tabcorp dealThe Australian Financial Review
Changed bid means Tatts not all doneCourier Mail

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04/23/2017
Amazon to affect shopping centres - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Amazon to affect shopping centres
The Sydney Morning Herald
Retail landlords will be focused on the arrival of internet giant Amazon to Australia, which property observers say will impact on under-performing malls. Stockland, one of the country's larger retail landlords, has said it will "definitely" talk to ...
Unions vow to take on Amazon as its harsh reputation precedes itThe Age

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04/23/2017
Public servants face big superannuation slug from new government rules - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Times

Public servants face big superannuation slug from new government rules
The Canberra Times
"Complex" rules put public servants in danger of getting burned: Canberra financial advisor Dan Blackman. Photo: Supplied. Public servants' retirement savings could take hits worth hundreds of thousands of dollars from new government superannuation ...

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