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Up to half of Chinese buyers leave apartments vacant - The Sydney Morning Herald
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A quarter of Chinese buying property overseas leave their apartments vacant and the majority pay for their purchase with cash, a survey of mainland Chinese customers by investment bank UBS shows. Another 25 per cent of overseas property owners use ...
Chinese-owned properties around the world underused, UBS survey finds
Why China is cracking down on overseas investment
BHP boosts returns and flags shale exit - The Australian
BHP Billiton has flagged an exit from its troubled US shale assets and bumped up returns to shareholders as stronger commodities prices helped it post a solid return to profitability. BHP made a net profit of $US5.9 billion ($A7.4 billion) in the year ...
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BHP Intends to Sell US Shale Business
BHP to Quit US Shale Business as Annual Profit Surges
Scamwatch warns about NBN impersonators trying to swindle unwitting victims - NEWS.com.au
AUSTRALIANS are being warned not to fall for these attempts to swindle unwitting NBN customers out of their cash. Nick Whighamnews.com.au@NWWHIGHAM · news.com.au. August 22, 201711:40am. The ACCC's Scamwatch says it has received 316 ...
Scammers impersonating NBN staff to con consumers into handing over sensitive personal identification
ACCC warns more than 300 Australians have been stung by NBN scams: Why you should ânever trust a cold callerâ
5 things you need to know in Australian tech today
Apple defends tax arrangements in Aust - The Australian
Apple insists its tax arrangements in Australia have been given the tick of approval by authorities following a long-running audit. The company's managing director in Australia told a Senate committee on Tuesday a five-year audit by the Australian ...
Microsoft makes major settlement with Australian Taxation Office
Apple says it has survived an Australian tax audit without penalty
ATO maintains aggression on company wind-ups as big end of town targeted with âconfessionalâ style reporting
Fraudster blows gran's life savings on a hot tub, sex toy and gadgets - NEWS.com.au
A SHAMELESS fraudster stole her gran's $36,000 of life savings and blew it on gadgets, a hot tub and a sex toy, a court has heard. According to The Sun, Nicole Speirs, 26, went on a spending spree with the stolen cash, ordering a $600 hot tub, ...
Woman charged with emptying her grandmother's bank account
Fraudster Nicole Speirs stole thousands from her grandmother's life savings
Seven Group sells WesTrac in China as net profit slumps 77pc - The Australian
Seven Group Holdings has agreed to sell its WesTrac heavy machinery business in China for $540 million, cashing up for potential acquisitions as it forecasts remaining operations would lift earnings this fiscal year. Details of the deal were unveiled ...
Parts play, China exit fuel Seven Group
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Seven Group Holdings releases financial results for 2016-17
Activist Adrian Burragubba loses court battle against Adani but vows to fight on - Courier Mail
ACTIVIST Adrian Burragubba has lost another court battle to stop the Adani megamine going ahead but has promised to keep the legal action going. The Court of Appeal dismissed his appeal against an earlier court decision which had rejected his ...
Traditional owners lose Adani challenge
Why court shot down another anti-Adani appeal
Activist loses court challenge against Carmichael coal mine
MG a takeover target as milk supply drops - SBS
Dairy processor Murray Goulburn has reported an annual loss as its milk supply drops, and says parties have expressed interest in all or part of its business. Source: AAP. 33 MINS AGO. Australia's biggest dairy processor, Murray Goulburn, could have ...
Murray Goulburn flags asset sales after $371m loss
Senate report on dairy crisis considers moves to adopt mandatory code of conduct
Union believes there is slim chance of cream cheese continuing to be processed at Murray Goulburn's Kiewa factory
Vic MP is battling multiple tumours - Yahoo7 News
A cancer diagnosis has forced long-serving Victorian MP Fiona Richardson to take time off and she says she'll quit parliament at next year's state election. The Family Violence Prevention Minister was diagnosed with a serious illness before the winter ...
Fiona Richardson, Victorian MP, to leave Parliament after cancer diagnosis
'Health challenges' force Northcote MP Fiona Richardson to miss next election
Victorian MP Fiona Richardson battling multiple tumours
Coles hikes butter price by 22 per cent due to 'significant' cost increases - NEWS.com.au
COLES has confirmed it has hiked the price of its own-brand butter by more than 20 per cent, after a sharp-eyed customer noticed the difference when comparing two receipts. âCan you please tell me why the price of butter has gone up up, the price is up?
Customer catches out Coles quietly hiking the price of a household staple
Coles increases price of butter by 22 per cent in ONE week - and is called out by keen-eyed customer analyzing ...