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04/21/2018
Victorian Government offers cash incentive to help households get better energy deal - ABC Online


ABC Online

Victorian Government offers cash incentive to help households get better energy deal
ABC Online
Every Victorian household will get a $50 bonus for visiting an energy comparison website, in an election-year giveaway to encourage people to find better power deals. But the State Opposition accused the Andrews Government of trying to bribe voters by ...
Cash bonus handed to Victorian households to save on energy billsThe New Daily
Victorian homes to pocket $50 power bonus in budget9news.com.au
Government to hand $50 every to every Victorian household for visiting this websiteNEWS.com.au
The Australian -The Age -Yahoo7 News -Sunraysia Daily
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04/22/2018
Turnbull Government to boost Centrelink call centres with 1000 new staff - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Turnbull Government to boost Centrelink call centres with 1000 new staff
Herald Sun
ONE thousand new staff will answer calls from pensioners, students and other welfare recipients in a bid to ease the frustrating wait times that plague Centrelink. More than 33 million calls to the nation's welfare agency went unanswered over the last ...
Centrelink to create 1000 new call centre jobsCourier Mail

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04/22/2018
Westpac financial planner: 'I'm a scapegoat' - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Westpac financial planner: 'I'm a scapegoat'
The Australian Financial Review
Commissioner Kenneth Hayne has identified pay structures for financial advisers as a "chief challenge". Royal Commission. Share on twitter. by Joanna Mather. A former Westpac financial planner castigated at the Hayne royal commission for ripping off ...
Time we lifted the lid on these sheltered workshopsThe Australian
All eyes on Kenneth Hayne after shocking revelations at banking inquiryThe Sydney Morning Herald

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04/22/2018
Brisbane's inner-city rental market tightens while the suburbs ease - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Brisbane's inner-city rental market tightens while the suburbs ease
Brisbane Times
The rental vacancy rate in Brisbane's inner-city has tightened, while the market has eased slightly in the suburbs. In Brisbane's inner five-kilometre ring, the vacancy rates tightened from 4 per cent last quarter to 3.5 per cent in the March 2018 ...
Big win for Bundy renters: Vacancy rate doublesBundaberg News Mail
Gladstone rental vacancy rates at lowest point in 3 yearsGladstone Observer
Rental markets across QLD showing signs of improvementYour Investment Property

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04/22/2018
Kelly O'Dwyer says customers will benefit from bank royal commission - The Australian

The Australian

Kelly O'Dwyer says customers will benefit from bank royal commission
The Australian
Financial Services Minister Kelly O'Dwyer's refusal to accept the Coalition should have agreed earlier to a probe into the banks proved the government had learned nothing from a week of “scandalous revelations” about the industry, Labor says. Ms O ...
Kelly O'Dwyer won't admit govt 'wrong' on banksNEWS.com.au
Banks will not be excluded from Federal Government's proposed tax cutsCourier Mail
Banks shouldn't face tax cut ban: govt9news.com.au
The Guardian -ABC Online -The Sydney Morning Herald -SBS
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04/22/2018
$3.5 billion budget boost from legalising marijuana, costing shows - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

$3.5 billion budget boost from legalising marijuana, costing shows
The Sydney Morning Herald
Legalising marijuana for recreational use would boost the budget by up to $1.8 billion a year, the Parliamentary Budget Office has revealed. The independent costing of the policy submitted by the Greens shows a tobacco-style 25 per cent excise on each ...
Legalising cannabis will bring in billions of dollars in public revenue says Greens LeaderDaily Telegraph
Legalising cannabis adds $3.6bn to Australian economy, budget office saysThe Guardian
Greens' pot plan worth $2 billion - Parliamentary Budget OfficeThe Australian Financial Review
The Australian -9news.com.au -Herald Sun -The Mercury
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04/21/2018
Tasmanian Anglican churches could be sold to fund abuse survivors redress - ABC Online

ABC Online

Tasmanian Anglican churches could be sold to fund abuse survivors redress
ABC Online
Tasmania's Anglican Diocese is proposing to sell more than 120 properties, including churches, halls, houses and vacant land, to fund redress for survivors of child sexual abuse. The church said it would need to sell just under half of its Tasmanian ...
Editorial: Riding the boom times in TasmaniaThe Mercury
Tas Anglicans to sell property for redressThe Australian

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04/22/2018
$150m in compo sought over failed insulation batts program - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

$150m in compo sought over failed insulation batts program
The Sydney Morning Herald
Installers and manufacturers affected by the Rudd government's failed home insulation program will seek $150 million in damages in a class action to be launched on Monday. More than 140 tradespeople will launch the legal action against the Commonwealth ...
Pink batts class action begins in Vic9news.com.au

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04/22/2018
Royal commission proves it: The big banks are too big - The New Daily

The New Daily

Royal commission proves it: The big banks are too big
The New Daily
Not to put too fine a point on it, but the banking royal commission is delivering in spades. If a single conclusion is to be reached at this early stage of the commission's work, Australia's biggest financial institutions are manifestly too big – too ...
Scott Morrison pleads ignorance as banks and government go on trialThe Australian Financial Review
Banks in line for $13 billion payday amid claims of poor super returnsDaily Telegraph
Australian government under pressure over bank revelationsReuters
Forbes Middle East -Brinkwire (press release) -Daily Advertiser -Herald Sun
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04/22/2018
Grants inflate prices in 'affordable' areas as first-timers flood the market - The Australian

The Australian

Grants inflate prices in 'affordable' areas as first-timers flood the market
The Australian
Grants for first-home buyers are pushing up prices for affordable houses in the most heated markets as first-time buyers get onto the property ladder at the fastest pace in five years. Buyers in outer Melbourne and Geelong are taking advantage of stamp ...
Home sellers two steps behind; auction clearance rates in the 60sThe Australian Financial Review
Dilapidated home in inner Sydney fetches $1.1m at auctionYourMortgage.com.au

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