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2014/11/28 10:29
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THERE’S no doubt that first ultrasound revealing more than a single embryo can be a shock for any pregnant mother. Just ask Warrandyte’s Eleanor Fala. Fala spent her 20s uncertain about whether she...
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2014/11/28 08:10
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A preview of next week's Australian economic data, December 1 to 5: Australian Bureau of Statistics BUSINESS INDICATORS Market forecast: company operating profit up 1.0 per cent Last result:...
2014/11/28 08:10
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Sydney 1130 AEDT - Australian Bureau of Statistics business indicators for the September quarter Sydney 0930 AEDT - Australian Industry Group performance of manufacturing (PMI) index for...
2014/11/28 06:12
2014/11/28 06:12
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The Napthine government's $3.9 billion promise to buy a new train every month for 10 years will not even come close to meeting the demand Victoria's rapidly rising population is expected to create,...
2014/11/27 21:46
2014/11/27 21:46
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ENERGY giant Woodside and its partners have committed $1.2 billion to extend Australia’s largest oil and gas development. The Persephone project will be the third development of the North West Shelf...
2014/11/27 14:15
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We're bursting with potential but not maximising our strengths, according to a new study. A new study has revealed the Illawarra's competitiveness against 60 other Australian regions. Picture: SYLVIA...
2014/11/27 14:12
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Household water consumption remains among the highest in the country even though total water consumption per capita was the lowest of all states. Canberra residents are using more water than...
2014/11/27 12:27
2014/11/27 12:27
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Australian Bureau of Statistics interviewers have started collecting information from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across Australia for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
2014/11/27 09:46
2014/11/27 09:46
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Marriage: For better, for worse - but more people are, instead, calling a lawyer. Photo: Fairfax Media The ACT has the highest divorce rate in Australia with the average marriage in the territory...
2014/11/27 01:10
2014/11/27 01:10
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Australian business investment rose 0.2 per cent in the September quarter, official figures show. The closely-watched figures, released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, cover investment in...
2014/11/27 01:05
2014/11/27 01:05
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AUSTRALIA is on track to build a record number of new homes this year, with that strength expected to continue into 2015. NEW home sales rose three per cent in October, following a flat result in...
2014/11/27 00:29
2014/11/27 00:29
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A FORMER banker who pocketed $7 million in an insider trading scam — using the cash to buy an apartment from The Block — is set to plead guilty to a further charge. Former NAB worker Lukas Kamay, 26,...
2014/11/26 22:05
2014/11/26 22:05
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THE Australian market looks set to open flat following a lacklustre performance on Wall Street after the release of disappointing economic data. At 0645 AEST on Thursday, the December share price...
2014/11/26 17:56
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SMOKING could be banned in public places under harsh new measures to be considered by Tamworth Regional Council. He said he had followed the experiences of communities in Australia and overseas that...
2014/11/26 12:47
2014/11/26 12:47
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ACT WorkSafe Commissioner Mark McCabe has welcomed news the number of people experiencing work-related injuries has fallen nationally despite warning of discrepancies across various...
2014/11/26 06:55
2014/11/26 06:55
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The great Sydney tradition of searching for a place to park your car may soon come to an end, futurist Morris Miselowski will tell a Parking Australia business lunch on Thursday. Westfield the week...
2014/11/26 06:10
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Construction has slipped to its worst level since the post Sydney Olympics slump, raising concerns that residential building could struggle to take over from mining to drive the economy. The amount...
2014/11/26 02:05
2014/11/26 02:05
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Building work done in the September quarter was down compared to the three month to June. Photo: Louie Douvis The amount of construction work done in Australia fell 2.2 per cent in the September...
2014/11/25 23:55
2014/11/25 23:55
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The Australian sharemarket opened more than half a per cent higher as the major miners shrugged off further falls in the iron ore price overnight to rally sharply in early trade. At the 10.15am...
2014/11/25 21:10
2014/11/25 21:10
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The Australian market looks set to open higher after Wall Street stocks fluctuated as data showing the economy expanded more than previously forecast was offset by a drop in consumer confidence. At...
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