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09/29/2016
OPEC agrees on need to cut oil production, reduce glut - The Australian


The Australian

OPEC agrees on need to cut oil production, reduce glut
The Australian
OPEC members have agreed that they need to cut crude output to reduce the world's supply glut, a shift for the 14-member group that was enough to send oil prices higher, even though reaching a deal remains far from certain. Members of the Organisation ...
Is the oil world big enough for two swing producers?Washington Post
Oil deal fuels stocks rallyCourier Mail
Oil Prices Climb After OPEC DealWall Street Journal
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09/29/2016
South Australian storm, outage wreak havoc on steelworks, mines - The Australian

The Australian

South Australian storm, outage wreak havoc on steelworks, mines
The Australian
South Australia's state-wide power outage has wreaked havoc on some of the nation's biggest industrial and mining ventures, cutting more than $50 million of revenue at major sites and causing serious damage to the Port Pirie lead smelter and the ...
Arrium steelworks employees accept administrator's bid for pay cutABC Online
SA blackout paralyses Whyalla steelworksSBS
Blackout threatens tonnes of molten Arrium steelThe Advertiser
Whyalla News
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09/29/2016
SA premier to check 'catastrophic' storm damage - SBS

SBS

SA premier to check 'catastrophic' storm damage
SBS
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill is expected to visit the state's mid- north to see the damage caused to the region's electricity infrastructure and speak with locals affected most by Wednesday's big blackout. Source: AAP. 28 Sep 2016 - 3:38 PM ...
Dam burst threat to SA towndailytelegraph.com.au
South Australian blackout a wake-up call, says TurnbullThe Australian
What's going on with South Australia's power?Herald Sun
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09/29/2016
What Gina Rinehart didn't say in her bizarre YouTube clip with David Flint - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

What Gina Rinehart didn't say in her bizarre YouTube clip with David Flint
The Sydney Morning Herald
It's fair to say Mrs Rinehart's 25-minute conversation with Flint covers a lot of fertile conservative ground. Photo: Lisa Maree Williams. Mrs Rinehart – the iron ore lady to Thatcher's iron lady, the sponsor of the Australian swimming team, and a ...

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09/29/2016
Commonwealth Bank rolls back term deposit rates - The Australian

The Australian

Commonwealth Bank rolls back term deposit rates
The Australian
Commonwealth Bank has quietly unwound a handful of term deposit rates put in place to offset the fallout from holding back half the Reserve Bank's rate cut from homeowners, relieving the pressure on margins less than two months after the promotion went ...
Backlash beckons as CBA axes savings sweetenerHerald Sun

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09/28/2016
AGL forecasts earnings lift - Sky News Australia

Sky News Australia

AGL forecasts earnings lift
Sky News Australia
AGL Energy shareholders have delivered a first 'strike' on executive pay as the company pledges to boost dividend payouts and forecasts profit growth. Nearly a third of shareholder votes at AGL's annual general meeting went against the company's ...

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09/29/2016
Free Wi-Fi to be rolled out across Melbourne's CBD - Warrnambool Standard

Free Wi-Fi to be rolled out across Melbourne's CBD
Warrnambool Standard
Free Wi-Fi is to be rolled out across Melbourne's CBD, including City Loop train stations. See your ad here · See your ad here. The state government announced the launch of the Wi-Fi network on Thursday, following trials run in Bendigo and Ballarat ...

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09/29/2016
Fair Work Commission ruling renews penalty rate push - The Australian

The Australian

Fair Work Commission ruling renews penalty rate push
The Australian
Small business will push to have retail and fast-food companies not pay employee penalty rates and overtime in exchange for a 25 per cent increase in their hourly rate of pay following the Fair Work Commission's “historic” move to drive more ...
Fair Work boss Iain Ross backs wages for penalties swapThe Sydney Morning Herald
Penalty rates compromise offers retailers hopeThe Australian Financial Review
Penalty swap for pay riseCourier Mail
Herald Sun
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09/29/2016
Forbes floods: Hundreds of thousands of litres of milk go down the drain - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Forbes floods: Hundreds of thousands of litres of milk go down the drain
The Sydney Morning Herald
More than 300,000 litres of milk destined for supermarket shelves has been tipped out by farmers in central-western NSW as trucks struggle to get through to some of the country's largest dairy farms in a natural disaster zone. Flooding across highways ...

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09/29/2016
Govt asked to consider deal on GP freeze - SBS

SBS

Govt asked to consider deal on GP freeze
SBS
Doctors are asking the federal government to consider a partial lift on the Medicare freeze. (AAP). Previous Next Show Grid. Medicare. Previous Next Hide Grid. Image. 1/. Video. Audio. Doctors are asking the federal government to consider a partial ...
GP bulk billing only applies to two out of three consults: surveyNEWS.com.au
GP freeze high on agenda at doctor eventYahoo7 News
The Australian sells its front pageCrikey (registration)

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