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The Age
How the July 1 electricity price rises will affect youyear in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to an
How the July 1 electricity price rises will affect you
The Age / Posted 55 minutes ago
year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to announce their price rises, Origin Energy and AGL have revealed they will raise their prices by 10 and 11 per cent on average, respectively. "The increase is definitely... Read more
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Business Wire
Tortoise Index Solutions Announces Constituent Change Due to Merger and Acquisition ActivityLEAWOOD, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tortoise Index Solutionstoday announced that AG
Tortoise Index Solutions Announces Constituent Change Due to Merger and Acquisition Activity
Business Wire / Posted an hour ago
LEAWOOD, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Tortoise Index Solutionstoday announced that AGL Resources Inc. (NYSE: GAS) will be removed from the Tortoise North American Pipeline IndexSM (TNAP) as a result of yesterday’s announcement that regulators have approved... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
How the July 1 electricity price rises will affect youyear in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to an
How the July 1 electricity price rises will affect you
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to announce their price rises, Origin Energy and AGL have revealed they will raise their prices by 10 and 11 per cent on average, respectively. "The increase is definitely... Read more
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Western Advocate
Budget hole just got a bit deeperby around 1.9 per cent in line with inflation. In NSW, a five-year driver's lic
Budget hole just got a bit deeper
Western Advocate / Posted 13 hours ago
by around 1.9 per cent in line with inflation. In NSW, a five-year driver's licence will increase by $4 from $174 to $178. AGL customers will pay an extra $3.30 a week for electricity, or around $170 a year. Energy Australia and Origin are both... Read more
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Western Advocate
Budget hole just got a bit deeperby around 1.9 per cent in line with inflation. In NSW, a five-year driver's lic
Budget hole just got a bit deeper
Western Advocate / Posted 13 hours ago
by around 1.9 per cent in line with inflation. In NSW, a five-year driver's licence will increase by $4 from $174 to $178. AGL customers will pay an extra $3.30 a week for electricity, or around $170 a year. Energy Australia and Origin are both... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to an
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 14 hours ago
year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to announce their price rises, Origin Energy and AGL have revealed they will raise their prices by 10 and 11 per cent on average, respectively. "The increase is definitely... Read more
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The Young Witness
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to an
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1
The Young Witness / Posted 14 hours ago
year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to announce their price rises, Origin Energy and AGL have revealed they will raise their prices by 10 and 11 per cent on average, respectively. "The increase is definitely... Read more
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Western Advocate
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to an
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1
Western Advocate / Posted 14 hours ago
year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to announce their price rises, Origin Energy and AGL have revealed they will raise their prices by 10 and 11 per cent on average, respectively. "The increase is definitely... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to an
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 hours ago
year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to announce their price rises, Origin Energy and AGL have revealed they will raise their prices by 10 and 11 per cent on average, respectively. "The increase is definitely... Read more
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The Border Mail
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to an
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1
The Border Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to announce their price rises, Origin Energy and AGL have revealed they will raise their prices by 10 and 11 per cent on average, respectively. "The increase is definitely... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to an
NSW electricity bills to increase by an average of $200 per house from July 1
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 hours ago
year in metropolitan Sydney. While many retailers will wait until July 1 to announce their price rises, Origin Energy and AGL have revealed they will raise their prices by 10 and 11 per cent on average, respectively. "The increase is definitely... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Energy poverty not limited to lower-income householdsstate energy ministers, has warned that nearly one family in four finds it diff
Energy poverty not limited to lower-income households
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 hours ago
state energy ministers, has warned that nearly one family in four finds it difficult to keep the lights and heaters on. AGL CEO Andrew Vesey, on the future of energy why batteries are the way to go. The most vulnerable households are likely to... Read more
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WA Today
Energy poverty not limited to lower-income householdsstate energy ministers, has warned that nearly one family in four finds it diff
Energy poverty not limited to lower-income households
WA Today / Posted 16 hours ago
state energy ministers, has warned that nearly one family in four finds it difficult to keep the lights and heaters on. AGL CEO Andrew Vesey, on the future of energy why batteries are the way to go. The most vulnerable households are likely to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Energy poverty not limited to lower-income householdsstate energy ministers, has warned that nearly one family in four finds it diff
Energy poverty not limited to lower-income households
Canberra Times / Posted 16 hours ago
state energy ministers, has warned that nearly one family in four finds it difficult to keep the lights and heaters on. AGL CEO Andrew Vesey, on the future of energy why batteries are the way to go. The most vulnerable households are likely to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Families set for electricity price shockthreatening to send bills “skyrocketing” in another 12 months’ time. An analys
Families set for electricity price shock
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
threatening to send bills “skyrocketing” in another 12 months’ time. An analysis of price rises on Origin Energy and AGL’s websites shows the retailers will raise their prices an average of 10 and 11 per cent respectively from tomorrow. In... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Super changes hurt self-managed fundsgrowth by allocating a higher share of funds for equities, which could, in turn
Super changes hurt self-managed funds
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
growth by allocating a higher share of funds for equities, which could, in turn, boost demand for high dividend yielding stocks. The report named stocks such Adelaide Brighton, AGL Energy, Asaleo Care and Boral among its picks for SMSF portf... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
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The Young Witness
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
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Western Advocate
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
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Kiama Independent
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
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Manning River Times
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
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The North West Star
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
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Daily Liberal
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
10 related stories
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The Border Mail
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
10 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
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The Courier
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas produ
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Fund (ERF) without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production. LMS, Energy Developments and AGL were the biggest beneficiaries, collecting the lion's share of $194,532,829 of taxpayer funds handed to 39 landfill... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Simple investing chart for Brexitnegative correlation should perform well if the Brexit vote is to Leave. Our sc
Simple investing chart for Brexit
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
negative correlation should perform well if the Brexit vote is to Leave. Our screen highlights Newcrest on this side of the table. It also includes defensive stocks like AGL Energy and the REITs [real estate investment trusts].” Here is the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Simple investing chart for BrexitBrexit vote is to Leave. Our screen highlights Newcrest on this side of the tab
Simple investing chart for Brexit
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Brexit vote is to Leave. Our screen highlights Newcrest on this side of the table. It also includes defensive stocks like AGL Energy and the REITs [real estate investment trusts].” Here is the chart: A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW to double existing solar farm capacity with four new plants approvedhave a combined capacity of 175 megawatts (MW), and would generate another elec
NSW to double existing solar farm capacity with four new plants approved
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
have a combined capacity of 175 megawatts (MW), and would generate another electricity for 56,000 homes if built. AGL's solar plant at Nyngan is Australia's largest at 102 megawatt-capacity. Photo: AGL "NSW is Australia's large-scale... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Putting the chill on those winter billsresident said. The state’s biggest energy retailers blamed rising generation c
Putting the chill on those winter bills
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
resident said. The state’s biggest energy retailers blamed rising generation costs for the hike to electricity bills. AGL increased average electricity bills by $228 a year, EnergyAustralia by $261 and Origin by $117. Treasurer Tom... Read more
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The Age
NSW to double existing solar farm capacity with four new plants approvedhave a combined capacity of 175 megawatts (MW), and would generate another elec
NSW to double existing solar farm capacity with four new plants approved
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
have a combined capacity of 175 megawatts (MW), and would generate another electricity for 56,000 homes if built. AGL's solar plant at Nyngan is Australia's largest at 102 megawatt-capacity. Photo: AGL "NSW is Australia's large-scale... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Next-Gen Energy Professionals Receive TVA-Sponsored ScholarshipsAABE scholarship winner; Melanie Cross, TVA; Vyrone Cravanas, TVA;, Kevin Nixon
Next-Gen Energy Professionals Receive TVA-Sponsored Scholarships
The Chattanoogan / Posted 7 days ago
AABE scholarship winner; Melanie Cross, TVA; Vyrone Cravanas, TVA;, Kevin Nixon, AABE scholarship winner; Larry Buie, AGL Resources; Jacques Irvin, EPB; Michael Jones, EPB; and, Damita Porter, TVA. TVA joined EPB in sponsoring the 2016... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
SA Government calls for electricity price rise investigationSA Government calls on commission to investigate if electricity price rises AG
SA Government calls for electricity price rise investigation
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
SA Government calls on commission to investigate if electricity price rises AGL, Origin Energy, and Energy Australia could be investigated to see if reasons given for a spike in South Australian electricity prices rise can be justified, the State... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How life will change on July 1the Sir Leo Hielscher bridges, tolls will increase seven cents for privately re
How life will change on July 1
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
the Sir Leo Hielscher bridges, tolls will increase seven cents for privately registered cars to $4.39. In South Australia, AGL has announced an increase of 10 per cent, which amounts to around $230 extra per year. Origin Energy is hiking its prices... Read more
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Adelaide Now
How life will change on July 1most notably in NSW and South Australia, which already has the nation’s highest
How life will change on July 1
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
most notably in NSW and South Australia, which already has the nation’s highest power prices. In South Australia, AGL has announced an increase of 10 per cent, which amounts to around $230 extra per year. Origin Energy is hiking its prices... Read more
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9d
Mashable
Australian electricity company will give you Tesla charging for $1 a dayAustralian energy company, AGL, will provide customers who own electric vehicle
Australian electricity company will give you Tesla charging for $1 a day
Mashable / Posted 9 days ago
Australian energy company, AGL, will provide customers who own electric vehicles, such as a Tesla, all-you-can-consume electricity for A$1 per day. It can be used for a range of electric cars including Tesla, the BMW i3, the Toyota Prius and the... Read more
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Perth Now
How life will change on July 1most notably in NSW and South Australia, which already has the nation’s highest
How life will change on July 1
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
most notably in NSW and South Australia, which already has the nation’s highest power prices. In South Australia, AGL has announced an increase of 10 per cent, which amounts to around $230 extra per year. Origin Energy is hiking its prices... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How your world will change on July 1the Sir Leo Hielscher bridges, tolls will increase seven cents for privately re
How your world will change on July 1
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
the Sir Leo Hielscher bridges, tolls will increase seven cents for privately registered cars to $4.39. In South Australia, AGL has announced an increase of 10 per cent, which amounts to around $230 extra per year. Origin Energy is hiking its prices... Read more
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The Courier Mail
How your world will change on July 1the Sir Leo Hielscher bridges, tolls will increase seven cents for privately re
How your world will change on July 1
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
the Sir Leo Hielscher bridges, tolls will increase seven cents for privately registered cars to $4.39. In South Australia, AGL has announced an increase of 10 per cent, which amounts to around $230 extra per year. Origin Energy is hiking its prices... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam ga
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam gas even after one of its main proponents AGL has signalled its exit from the industry. The government also hailed the allocation of as much as $15 million that it... Read more
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The Border Mail
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam ga
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam gas even after one of its main proponents AGL has signalled its exit from the industry. The government also hailed the allocation of as much as $15 million that it... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam ga
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam gas even after one of its main proponents AGL has signalled its exit from the industry. The government also hailed the allocation of as much as $15 million that it... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam ga
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam gas even after one of its main proponents AGL has signalled its exit from the industry. The government also hailed the allocation of as much as $15 million that it... Read more
82 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam ga
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam gas even after one of its main proponents AGL has signalled its exit from the industry. The government also hailed the allocation of as much as $15 million that it... Read more
82 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam ga
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam gas even after one of its main proponents AGL has signalled its exit from the industry. The government also hailed the allocation of as much as $15 million that it... Read more
82 related stories
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The Young Witness
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam ga
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam gas even after one of its main proponents AGL has signalled its exit from the industry. The government also hailed the allocation of as much as $15 million that it... Read more
82 related stories
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The Young Witness
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam ga
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam gas even after one of its main proponents AGL has signalled its exit from the industry. The government also hailed the allocation of as much as $15 million that it... Read more
82 related stories
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Western Advocate
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam ga
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam gas even after one of its main proponents AGL has signalled its exit from the industry. The government also hailed the allocation of as much as $15 million that it... Read more
82 related stories
9d
Western Advocate
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam ga
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
$10 million for its NSW Gas Plan (up from $5.6 million) supporting coal seam gas even after one of its main proponents AGL has signalled its exit from the industry. The government also hailed the allocation of as much as $15 million that it... Read more
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