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2015/05/28 05:09
2015/05/28 05:09
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Australia stocks traded lower Thursday morning despite a positive open, with softness in the mining sector helping drive the S&P/ASX 200 (AU:XJO) down 0.2%. While a further gain for spot iron-ore...
2015/05/28 05:09
2015/05/28 05:09
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2015/05/26 11:05
2015/05/26 11:05
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The share market has strung together its longest winning streak in almost four months as a rising iron ore price boosted the mining sector. Both the benchmark SP/ASX200 and broader All Ordinaries...
2015/05/25 15:05
2015/05/25 15:05
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Illustration: John Spooner Photo: John Spooner There's no shortage of debate around whether we are overpaying executives. In recent years the response from boards has been to increase the incentive...
2015/05/25 00:24
2015/05/25 00:24
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A flood of excess steel in Asia could hurt Australian manufacturers. Photo: Simon Dawson A surge in trade protectionism in the US and Europe is threatening to push more steel into south-east Asia and...
2015/05/24 05:15
2015/05/24 05:15
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Teen girls with an interest in engineering are being courted by the industry. Teen girls with an interest in engineering are being courted by industry as part of a pitch towards greater diversity in...
2015/05/24 00:15
2015/05/24 00:15
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Proud of the Gong? Spell it out Poor old Richard Tognetti. There he was just being honest about how he doesn't think much of his home town, and he's created one of the biggest controversies in...
2015/05/22 11:15
2015/05/22 11:15
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The countdown has started for the event which engages thousands of children and young people in the performing arts – The City of Wollongong Eisteddfod. Members of the Wollongong High School for the...
2015/05/20 22:46
2015/05/20 22:46
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Local shares are poised to open higher, though there's little momentum from Wall Street which has ended mixed, near record highs. What you need2know SPI futures up 18pts to 5623 AUD at 78.83 US...
2015/05/19 23:15
2015/05/19 23:15
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BlueScope Steel has been fined $3000 for breaching two conditions of its Environment Protection Licence, including a cyanide discharge that resulted in dead fish being found in a drain connected to...
2015/05/18 02:55
2015/05/18 02:55
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Shares in BHP Billiton’s spin-off company South32 have debuted on the ASX at $2.12 each, giving the diversified miner a market capitalisation of $11.3 billion on listing. The debut price sits towards...
2015/05/17 13:39
2015/05/17 13:39
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THE deputy leader of the Greens, Christine Milne, has written to the chairman of BlueScope Steel, Graham Kraehe, demanding he force his chief executive to retract ''misleading and completely...
2015/05/15 22:05
2015/05/15 22:05
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BHP and Rio will argue that they simply took advantage of their low-cost production to grab more market share. Photo: Robert Rough Tony Abbott as good as confirmed on Friday that the government will...
2015/05/11 15:05
2015/05/11 15:05
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James Fazzino, chief executive of Incitec Pivot, says the resources industry is clearly in a post-boom period. Photo: Louise Kennerley Incitec Pivot managing director James Fazzino will lean on the...
2015/05/09 20:15
2015/05/09 20:15
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The Federal Government has pledged another $2.3 million for BlueScope Steel, this time to support the company's development of a new solar roofing system. The Federal Government has pledged another...
2015/05/08 04:36
2015/05/08 04:36
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A SAFETY summit examining the reasons why trucking is Australia's deadliest profession will be one of the main focus of this year's Transport Workers' Union national council. The summit in Melbourne...
2015/05/05 01:26
2015/05/05 01:26
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BHP Billiton's South32 spin off: will it pay off? BHP Billiton shareholders running late to the company's dual general meetings in Perth and London on Wednesday needn't fret. The one item on the...
2015/05/03 02:50
2015/05/03 02:50
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Not sure why train stations are important to them after all most are unemployed and receving benefits from the hard working australians Are you serious or are you doing a take on Joe Hockey? Everyone...
2015/05/01 11:55
2015/05/01 11:55
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WORK on the long-awaited $120 million natural gas pipeline from Dubbo to Tamworth will begin in Tamworth this month. WORK on the long-awaited $120 million natural gas pipeline from Dubbo to Tamworth...
2015/04/26 21:46
2015/04/26 21:46
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A surge in base metals prices has set the stage for a rally in the local sharemarket as investors renew their positions in mining company stocks. What you need2know SPI futures up 24pts to 5962 on...
2015/04/25 15:42
2015/04/25 15:42
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Crawfish Festival Sponsors Step Up for reStart Never before in the 14 years of producing the Village Crawfish Festival has the festival had so many companies stepping forward in support. Mission KS...
2015/05/28 05:09
2015/05/28 05:09
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