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2014/09/30 12:17
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The tail being wagged by the global currency dog: Equities are vulnerable to a wider rout because they are liquid, being an easy way to raise money without incurring big costs. The market has been...
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2014/09/30 03:16
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Across Auckland there are always pockets of Nimbyism sprouting as the state, local authority and commerce try to impose their will. Photo / APN If we're honest, there's a bit of Nimby in all of...
2014/09/29 23:36
2014/09/29 23:36
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IT TOOK a casual conversation with the NBL's best defender and point guard Damian Martin for top Townsville guard Steve Markovic to realise just how far the competition has come. A raft of star...
2014/09/29 22:57
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RECENTLY-retired international Brent Tate has called for an urgent overhaul of the NRL's judicial system. The call comes as South Sydney hooker Issac Luke faces its three-man panel tonight,...
2014/09/29 21:57
2014/09/29 21:57
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LITERATURE'S original vampire is reborn in Dracula Untold. The fantasy drama portrays the origins of Bram Stoker's Count Dracula, whose fangs have been drawing blood for more than a century before...
2014/09/29 21:17
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MORE than 10,000 of Toowoomba's SPER fine evaders will soon feel the heat of Queensland Government-contracted debt collectors. The debtors owe the government $16.8 million. Reforms to the State...
2014/09/29 20:17
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HAVING served hard time in prison, heavyweight boxing champion Alex Leapai believes his own life battles could help him mentor rugby league bad boy Russell Packer who is eyeing a successful playing...
2014/09/29 08:16
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Labour Party leader David Cunliffe gave notice on Saturday that he would resign, while Grant Robertson declared his intention to seek the leadership. Photo / APN Outgoing Labour leader David Cunliffe...
2014/09/29 02:34
2014/09/29 02:34
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BUSINESS tourism is booming in Mackay. Work trips made up more than half of Mackay's domestic tourist market for the year ending June 2014 according to Tourism and Events Queensland data. Of the...
2014/09/28 22:17
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CORPORATE visitors are propping up Toowoomba's tourism industry in larger numbers, staying longer and are more willing to part with the contents of their wallets. Southern Queensland Country tourism...
2014/09/28 22:11
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HEY bro! Bring on the fush and chups - the New Zealanders are coming. It seems tourists from the Land of the Long White Cloud can't get enough of Gympie. And Scandinavians, Canadians and Germany are...
2014/09/28 22:11
2014/09/28 22:11
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THERE have been more tourists on the Fraser Coast this year, but because fewer people visited family and friends, overall tourism figures dropped. Tourism and Events Queensland figures released about...
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2014/09/28 21:23
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BE alert - not alarmed as the Wandering Warriors take 1,716,000 steps across the country to raise money for wounded veterans and their families. Members of the Australian Special Air Service (SAS)...
2014/09/28 20:57
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TEENS and Facebook add up to politics. That's what University of Sydney researchers found when they surveyed 3600 young people aged 16 to 29 years old. Facebook was the most effective tool to...
2014/09/28 20:36
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LONG hours, sleep deprivation and no exercise increase the risk of diabetes in blue-collar workers. Australians in low socioeconomic jobs are putting their health at risk, a study published in The...
2014/09/28 19:16
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Lower-decile principals worry about loss of funding as students travel out of zone. Morning trains are often filled with students leaving their area, and special buses move others out of their...
2014/09/28 16:16
2014/09/28 16:16
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Four leaders for a party in opposition unprecedented. Former Labour leader David Cunliffe. Photo / APN Far too late for his own good, David Cunliffe has done the right thing by resigning. He has...
2014/09/28 15:24
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... passionately disagree with the idea of free TV being the next newspapers' said Nine chief executive David Gyngell. Photo: Michele Mossop It is the question vexing investors in traditional media...
2014/09/28 06:57
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AUSTRALIA is on the brink of airstrikes against Islamic insurgents in Iraq, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says. Ms Bishop said the legal paperwork allowing the country to take action should be...
2014/09/28 06:36
2014/09/28 06:36
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A COMPROMISE on young jobseekers' dole entitlements is not enough, Federal MP Jenny Macklin says. The Families and Payments spokeswoman called on the six crossbenchers who hold the balance of power...
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