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2014/11/23 10:10
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The Australian sharemarket looks set to bounce back from its worst week in 18 months thanks to China's unexpected interest rate cuts. The People's Bank of China on Friday slashed the one-year...
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2014/11/22 12:29
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FORGET Toorak, Melbourne’s western suburbs are becoming the new home of luxury cars. The 2014 Motor Vehicle Census reveals there are more BMWs in Werribee and Point Cook than the leafy green eastern...
2014/11/22 11:26
2014/11/22 11:26
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Breast or bottle, work or stay-at-home? Seven pressures of modern parenting The 5am wake-up call begins with your baby's cries from the next room. You're out of bed, changing nappies, feeding milk,...
2014/11/22 11:05
2014/11/22 11:05
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IT was a bumper day for weddings, with fashion designers and wedding co-ordinators run off their feet. Perth fashion designer Alvin Fernandez dressed eight brides in his fashion label...
2014/11/22 09:05
2014/11/22 09:05
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ANOTHER day on a plane en route to a business meeting, another airport, another city, another meal laden with saturated fat that’s left you feeling slightly queasy, again? Here’s some cause for...
2014/11/21 09:10
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A preview of next week's Australian economic data, November 24 to 28: ANZ/ROY MORGAN WEEKLY CONSUMER CONFIDENCE SURVEY Last result: Consumers are getting gloomier about their household finances. A...
2014/11/21 07:29
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THE mining boom may be slowing but it did not stop WA and the NT from leading the way for economic growth last financial year. At the top of the list was Northern Territory, where gross state product...
2014/11/21 07:13
2014/11/21 07:13
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YOUNG farmers are becoming an endangered species due to tough economic and weather conditions. In fact, a 2014 study funded by the Rural Industries R&D Corporation has found the number of farmers aged...
2014/11/21 06:55
2014/11/21 06:55
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Business investment figures dominate The quarterly business investment figures will dominate the economic agenda this week. In the US, the economic calendar is well populated in the lead up to...
2014/11/20 21:19
2014/11/20 21:19
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A guide to what's on in the business world this week MONDAY, November 24 Sydney 1215 AEDT - David Murray, chair of the Financial System Inquiry, speaking at a Deloitte/Financial Services Council...
2014/11/19 19:53
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Economy needs more than a housing recovery Combined capital city home values rose 8.9 per cent over the past year, but the rate of growth is slowing after peaking at 11.5 per cent in April...
2014/11/19 00:55
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Thousands of Australians struggle through life without birth certificates but this debilitating bureaucratic weakness could be solved as a NSW project readies to expand nationally. Rebecca Bell isn't...
2014/11/18 21:16
2014/11/18 21:16
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IT’S one hour north of Sydney, 90 minutes from the Hunter Valley’s ­lucrative mining heartland and has some of the most stunning natural beauty in the country. But the Central Coast has been...
2014/11/18 18:15
2014/11/18 18:15
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House price inflation will decelerate further next year, weighing on construction activity and household sentiment, as real wage and income weakness continues to hold back economic growth, according...
2014/11/18 13:46
2014/11/18 13:46
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FOR generations, the needs of the Central Coast have been forgotten, its people ignored and its future taken for granted. Today, The Daily Telegraph launches a new campaign, Our Forgotten Coast, to...
2014/11/18 09:05
2014/11/18 09:05
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Coles disputes the allegations made by the TWU. Supermarket giant Coles has slammed the Transport Workers Union for ­making "baseless" and "inaccurate" claims against the retailer as the union's...
2014/11/18 07:10
2014/11/18 07:10
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The head of Mortgage Choice is concerned about the number of first-home buyers being priced out of the housing market, saying it could create social problems in the long run. Michael Russell says...
2014/11/18 06:22
2014/11/18 06:22
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When you’re hot, you’re hot. When you’re not, it’s a vicious cycle, says Charles Sturt University (CSU) academic Geoff Bamberry. When you’re hot, you’re hot. When you’re not, it’s a vicious cycle,...
2014/11/17 22:30
2014/11/17 22:30
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THE Australian market looks set to open higher after Wall Street fluctuated amid concern over Japan slipping back into recession. At 0645 AEST on Tuesday, the December share price index futures...
2014/11/17 20:17
2014/11/17 20:17
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IPSWICH residents are door knocking factories for jobs as unemployment figures rise to an alarming level. The Federal Government's Department of Employment figures for the suburbs show that...
2014/11/23 10:10
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