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2015/01/24 17:24
2015/01/24 17:24
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Fond memory: During July 2014 the Australian dollar was trading at US95¢. The Australian dollar fell back below 80 US cents overnight, and experts are warning an extended stint in the 70s is...
2015/01/24 17:24
2015/01/24 17:24
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2015/01/17 05:55
2015/01/17 05:55
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Over 100 firefighters have responded to a large factory fire in an industrial estate in St Marys, where an old BlueScope Water factory has gone up in smoke. A large fire in a St Marys industrial...
2015/01/14 23:28
2015/01/14 23:28
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Clean-tech investors get their sharesThursday, 15 January 2015, 12:12 pmPress Release: Carbonscape Media release - CarbonScapeClean-tech investors get their sharesJanuary 14, 2015: Investors in New...
2015/01/09 20:15
2015/01/09 20:15
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Wollongong family was making their own charcoal back in the '40s. Chris Cartledge was reminded of his family’s history this week. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI Chris Cartledge recounts the legacy of...
2015/01/08 16:16
2015/01/08 16:16
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The chief safety officer at a company involved in a fatal industrial accident at Port Kembla four years ago came under intense scrutiny at an inquest yesterday. The chief safety officer at a company...
2015/01/07 08:15
2015/01/07 08:15
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Port Kembla man accused of fleeing the scene of a serious truck accident has pleaded not guilty in court. Emergency crews work to free a truck driver from his cabin on Five Islands Road in December....
2015/01/06 03:09
2015/01/06 03:09
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Australian stocks followed their U.S. peers into solid losses Tuesday as tumbling prices for oil and other key commodities pushed the resource shares into deep losses. The S&P/ASX 200 (AU:XJO) was...
2015/01/05 23:15
2015/01/05 23:15
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The steel giant has taken on 18 apprentices and 16 cadets in its recent round of recruitment. First day: BlueScope cadets and apprentices, from left, Coen Simpson, Luke Eager, Kayla Murray, Irene...
2015/01/05 09:12
2015/01/05 09:12
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With Melbourne noticeably mild, it fell to Eddie McGuire to put some heat under the annual KPMG Couta Bout sailing regatta at Sorrento. With Melbourne noticeably mild, it fell to Eddie McGuire to put...
2015/01/04 19:48
2015/01/04 19:48
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Arrium chief executive Andrew Roberts. Photo: Bloomberg Arrium chief executive Andrew Roberts says the falling Australian dollar is offsetting the pain from the iron ore price collapse as he waits to...
2015/01/04 02:15
2015/01/04 02:15
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North Wollongong flautist Sarah Bradley is amassing an impressive collection of trophies from this year’s BlueScope WIN Wollongong Eisteddfod. Wollongong Eisteddfod May 31 - June 2, 2014 Wollongong...
2014/12/29 18:28
2014/12/29 18:28
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It was the year of the rockstar economy when New Zealand was a top performer compared to other OECD countries with an annualised GDP growth rate of 3.5 percent while inflation remained in check. The...
2014/12/29 05:55
2014/12/29 05:55
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The Australian sharemarket closed 1.47 per cent higher, driven by surprisingly strong performances from material stocks and broad gains across all sectors. At the official 4:15pm (AEDT) market close,...
2014/12/28 08:15
2014/12/28 08:15
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An electrical fire that was believed to have started in a pump room has been brought under control. Update 6.20pm: An underground fire at BlueScope Steel, in Wollongong, has been extinguished at...
2014/12/27 11:15
2014/12/27 11:15
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A single father has been awarded $9.4 million in damages after an accident at Port Kembla steelworks left him a quadriplegic, even though he was found partly to blame. A single father has been...
2014/12/25 10:15
2014/12/25 10:15
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It wasn't quite the last supper, but there was more than a hint of sadness among the festive cheer at Warrawong Community Centre's Christmas Eve lunch. Donna Walsh and Maxyne Graham host the...
2015/01/24 17:24
2015/01/24 17:24
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