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09/24/2017
Billionaire Solly Lew lashes out at landlords, Myer - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Billionaire Solly Lew lashes out at landlords, Myer
The Sydney Morning Herald
Veteran retailer and billionaire Solomon Lew has lashed out at "unrealistic" property landlords, blaming them for the closure of the flagship Just Jeans and Portman stores in Melbourne's Bourke Street shopping mall. Mr Lew stepped up his rhetoric ...
Lew's Smiggle powerhouse ready for EuropeThe Australian
Myer's 'op shop clothes' cost investor Solomon Lew $33mPerth Now
The rise of kids stationery chain SmiggleSBS
Herald Sun -Finance News Network -Motley Fool Australia -Sky News Australia
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09/25/2017
Gas shortage crippling industry, warn manufacturers - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Gas shortage crippling industry, warn manufacturers
The Sydney Morning Herald
Major manufacturers are warning the gas shortage is crippling the industry and have called for urgent action to divert gas to the domestic market. "Shortages of gas in the east coast market is a cruel and unfair blow to an Australian manufacturing ...
Gas supply shortfall warning for 2018The Australian
Gas export controls 'ready to go' if energy industry doesn't address shortages, PM saysABC Online
Energy shortfall in eastern Australia could be three times worse than forecastThe Guardian
Herald Sun -Brisbane Times -Business Insider Australia -9news.com.au
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09/25/2017
How to make a quick $5400 - Toowoomba Chronicle

Toowoomba Chronicle

How to make a quick $5400
Toowoomba Chronicle
THE typical Australian household is sitting on a gold mine of at least 25 unwanted items which could be sold for more than $5400, according to new research from Gumtree. The classifieds site says a growing number of people are tapping into the ...
Average household has $5400 worth of unwanted items they could sell online, report findsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Gumtree Says Everyone Has Something To SellTriple M

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09/25/2017
Don't believe the hype on higher rates - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Don't believe the hype on higher rates
The Sydney Morning Herald
Westpac's veteran chief economist Bill Evans is unmoved by all the recent rate-hike talk. In a somewhat surprising development, in recent weeks markets have moved to price in just shy of two quarter of a percentage point move in official rates by the ...
Beat low interest rates with these 5 dividend starsMotley Fool Australia
Bank profitability a bigger problem that rate hikes can't fixBrisbane Times
What Is A Comparison Rate? How The Fine Print Is Costing You ThousandsSmart Property Investment
Australian Broker -Financy (registration)
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09/25/2017
Chinese business' Australian space plan - Sky News Australia

Sky News Australia

Chinese business' Australian space plan
Sky News Australia
Executives from major Chinese robotics and technology firms say Australia's new national space agency will provide excellent opportunities for engagement and cooperation between the two countries. Following the Federal government's announcement on ...
Yes, Australia will have a space agency. What does this mean? Experts respondThe Conversation AU
Australia to fire its pork barrel into spaceZDNet
Looking up, Down Under: Australia to create space agency, 50 years after launching satelliteSouth China Morning Post
The Register -The Sydney Morning Herald -The West Australian -SFGate
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09/25/2017
Flights resume as Sydney airport chaos causes 'domino effect' - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Flights resume as Sydney airport chaos causes 'domino effect'
9news.com.au
A software fault has been blamed for grounding dozens of flights out of Sydney's domestic airport and causing a “domino effect” of flight interruptions across the country. Flights have been returning to normal after the “air traffic control system ...
Investigation launched into flight chaos caused by air traffic control outageThe Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Airport delays: How air traffic controllers responded to the system faultABC Online
Flights grounded at Sydney Airport over system outageThe Australian
NEWS.com.au -Yahoo7 News -Business Insider Australia -SBS
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09/25/2017
Kiwi milk giant Fonterra bids for Murray Goulburn - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Kiwi milk giant Fonterra bids for Murray Goulburn
The Sydney Morning Herald
New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra, the world's biggest dairy cooperative and a major exporter, has lodged a bid for the Australia's largest dairy processor the troubled Murray Goulburn. Fonterra, which is already attracting dairy farmers away from ...
Fonterra confirms bid for Murray GoulburnABC Online
NZ dairy giant Fonterra joins bidders for Murray GoulburnThe Australian
Fonterra targets growth in AustraliaThe Australian Dairyfarmer
Seymour Telegraph (registration) (blog)
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09/25/2017
The basic workplace right that makes your job tolerable is in danger - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

The basic workplace right that makes your job tolerable is in danger
NEWS.com.au
IT'S the small, secret habit that gets you through the work day. But after a recent shaming blitz, it could be under threat. James Weir@hellojamesweir · news.com.auSeptember 25, 20175:23pm. Video; Image ...

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09/25/2017
These are the 3 best performers on the S&P/ASX 200 over the last 12 months - Motley Fool Australia

Motley Fool Australia

These are the 3 best performers on the S&P/ASX 200 over the last 12 months
Motley Fool Australia
Last week I had a look at the worst performing shares on the S&P/ASX 200 (Index: ^AXJO) (ASX: XJO) over the last 12 months. While those shares have been a big disappointment for their respective shareholders, the shares listed below have certainly made ...

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09/24/2017
Banks ditch ATM fees, but calls for a royal commission remain strong - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Banks ditch ATM fees, but calls for a royal commission remain strong
The Sydney Morning Herald
It is estimated Australians will save hundreds of millions of dollars now that the big four banks over the weekend agreed to ditch fees for customers of other institutions using their ATMs to withdraw cash.
Banks were mulling ATM utility company before CBA jumped the gunThe Australian
Thanks banks, but you should have done it years agoHerald Sun
Aussie Banks In Line for Digital DisruptionMoney Morning Australia
Newcastle Herald -Bega District News -SBS -ABC Online
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