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2015/07/06 13:58
2015/07/06 13:58
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THERE is no such thing as society. There are individual men, women and families.” So said British prime minister Margaret Thatcher in 1987. For a long time in Australia we resisted such claims....
2015/07/06 13:58
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2015/07/06 09:53
2015/07/06 09:53
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Gemma Flannery has just set off on a journey only a handful of Australian youths get to experience. The Year 12 Hennessy Catholic College student is one of just 12 young people from across the country...
2015/07/06 09:35
2015/07/06 09:35
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AUSTRALIAN travellers are urged to think twice about visiting El Salvador as the country’s bloodshed spirals to terrifying new heights amid a resurgence in gang violence. The Central American nation,...
2015/07/06 08:17
2015/07/06 08:17
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Travel Updates Murder is rife in Central American nation as gang violence resurges, Australians urged to be cautious Violence surges ... Police members detain a suspected gang member in El...
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2015/07/06 06:05
2015/07/06 06:05
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A pickup in jobs growth is set to come to an end amid downward pressure on employment in mining and manufacturing. Job advertisements on the internet and in newspapers rebounded in June, rising 1.3...
2015/07/06 03:55
2015/07/06 03:55
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Inflation in Australia remains well below the Reserve Bank's target but interest rates are not expected to be cut this week. Inflation was 1.5 per cent in the 12 months to June, up from an annual...
2015/07/06 02:45
2015/07/06 02:45
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That said, unlimited is as popular as always, which as Optus says makes it ‘easier for customers to stream, watch and browse to their heart’s content.’ Optus points to Australian Bureau of Statistics...
2015/07/06 01:27
2015/07/06 01:27
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... thought doesn’t need to be fatal to be serious” is the mantra of a University of Queensland expert who has spent five years developing a new mental health test. “There are countless suicide...
2015/07/05 21:55
2015/07/05 21:55
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NARRABRI has confounded conventional real estate wisdom to be named one of the country’s best-performing investment hotspots. NARRABRI has confounded conventional real estate wisdom to be named one...
2015/07/05 20:46
2015/07/05 20:46
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Tighter lending conditions for investor borrowers might be starting to bite. Photo: Andrew Meares One of the country's biggest mortgage brokers, Mortgage Choice, says the clampdown on lending to...
2015/07/05 17:17
2015/07/05 17:17
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... surge in housing construction is helping lift spending as people furnish and fit out their new homes. Photo / Brett Phibbs Australia's May interest-rate cut and federal budget measures to loosen...
2015/07/05 15:16
2015/07/05 15:16
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HOME loan borrowers are being given loans too easily and instead their repayments should be assessed on higher interest rates, one of the nation’s biggest debt collection agencies claims. Prushka’s...
2015/07/05 12:12
2015/07/05 12:12
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THE fight against foreign ownership of Australian agricultural land has begun from a Ballarat office. THE fight against foreign ownership of Australian agricultural land has begun from a Ballarat...
2015/07/04 13:46
2015/07/04 13:46
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Australia-Britain Society ACT vice-president Greg Cornwell 77, of Yarralumla, in front of the Australian War Memorial, a popular attraction for British tourists. Photo: Jeffrey Chan Australia's...
2015/07/04 06:34
2015/07/04 06:34
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This week’s Health Wrap is compiled by my colleague Megan Howe, the Sax Institute’s Publications Manager. Enjoy the Wrap and tweet us via @medicalmedia or @meghowe68 if you have any ideas for future...
2015/07/04 05:39
2015/07/04 05:39
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RIVERINA: Think you’re unlucky in love? Spare a thought for the men of Junee. GIRL DROUGHT: Merv Hall (left) and Billy Hackett lament the fact men outnumber women in Junee over beers at the...
2015/07/03 14:46
2015/07/03 14:46
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Six-figure salaries that would make Canberra's teachers among the best paid in Australia could attract and retain more high-quality recruits to the territory, a leading education expert...
2015/07/03 11:11
2015/07/03 11:11
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SYDNEY and Brisbane are the keys to Gympie sustaining its growth of 799 new residents a year. That is the assessment of the city by one of the country's leading population and economy...
2015/07/03 09:15
2015/07/03 09:15
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The Australian dollar flirted with six-year lows on Friday as booming car sales and worse-than-expected retail figures offered a mixed message for the strength of the Australian economy. The...
2015/07/03 07:22
2015/07/03 07:22
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The number of Australians doing voluntary work has fallen to 31 per cent from 36 per cent, Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows. The number of Australians doing voluntary work has fallen for...
2015/07/06 13:58
2015/07/06 13:58
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