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2014/09/30 23:18
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... Local shares are poised to start the month on the back foot, extending September's losses amid further weakness on Wall Street and after commodities were sold off overnight. What you...
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2014/09/30 23:05
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THE Australian market looks set to open lower following falls on Wall Street after disappointing economic data, including a big drop in US consumer confidence. At 0645 AEST on Wednesday, the December...
2014/09/30 22:55
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There is growing alarm, especially in the developing world, over what impact a surging US dollar may have. Many economists and analysts note there is a strong chance of destabilising capital flows and...
2014/09/30 15:24
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Almost 8000 positions have been shed from the federal public service in the past year, or an average of more than 20 a day. The federal government used figures released on Tuesday to show more than...
2014/09/30 08:22
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Campaigns to encourage Indigenous students to stay in school longer appear to be gaining traction with a 4 per cent increase in those going through to year 12 in 2013. Campaigns to encourage...
2014/09/30 04:05
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The Australian dollar has levelled off after falling almost seven US cents in September to an eight-month low. At 1200 AEST on Tuesday, the local unit was trading at 87.16 cents, a touch down from...
2014/09/30 03:05
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Online retail spending growth continues to slow. National Australia Bank's (NAB) online retail sales index rose 0.7 per cent in August, following a gain of 0.8 per cent in July and 1.0 per cent in...
2014/09/30 03:04
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UP to 350 long-term unemployed outer suburbs residents will be helped to find a steady job through the $2 million expansion of a State Government program. Premier Jay Weatherill today opened one of...
2014/09/30 00:21
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Addressing the issue of pay inequality between men and women is critical to bringing more women into senior roles, TAL chief executive, Jim Minto believes. Speaking in his role as the Workplace...
2014/09/29 23:53
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Listings match Super Saturday hype The Sydney weekend auction market passed its biggest ever Saturday in September, recording another exceptional clearance rate at the weekend. Despite hosting 723...
2014/09/29 21:44
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Your morning news wrap - what's happening around the Bathurst region today. The fields of gold are attracting photographers like bees to honey. This photo was shared by Nyree Wilson - what a...
2014/09/29 16:22
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... not going to get into an argument with the audience,' the Education Minister said on Q&A after the question of a crisis prompted shouts of 'Yes'. Education Minister Christopher Pyne denies that...
2014/09/29 02:42
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The most recent unemployment figures offered hope that the economy had turned a corner. However, the latest release of job vacancy data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics suggests that the...
2014/09/29 00:06
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South Australia's criminal record has, traditionally, been defined by its history. Unlike other mainland states, SA was not settled by convicts. Colonial promoter Edward Gibbon Wakefield conceived...
2014/09/28 22:26
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World Suicide Prevention Day: Geelong Mayor shares story of losing close friend Geelong's Mayor Darryn Lyons has shared his personal experience of losing a close friend to suicide last year to...
2014/09/28 15:19
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Melbourne's residential apartment boom is set to leave the central business district, Southbank and Docklands flooded with dwellings far outweighing the requirements predicted by the state...
2014/09/28 14:50
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Melbourne's residential apartment boom is set to leave the central business district, Southbank and Docklands flooded with dwellings far outweighing the requirements predicted by the state...
2014/09/28 14:10
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Australian stocks are tipped to start the week higher after gains on US and European markets, while the dollar will likely soften as it settles into a downward trend. AMP chief economist Shane Oliver...
2014/09/28 03:05
2014/09/28 03:05
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Australian stocks are tipped to start the week higher after gains on US and European markets, while the dollar will likely soften as it settles into a downward trend. AMP chief economist Shane Oliver...
2014/09/27 23:22
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Dubbo students undertaking a range of vocational education courses will pay more from next year - with some courses rising by as much as 33 to 70 per cent. Dubbo students undertaking a range of...
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