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Mashable
Pirates rest easy (for now): 'Dallas Buyers Club' court case is overImage: Anne Marie Fox / Focus Features Australians who illegally downloaded th
Pirates rest easy (for now): 'Dallas Buyers Club' court case is over
Mashable / Posted 7 hours ago
Image: Anne Marie Fox / Focus Features Australians who illegally downloaded the 2014 Matthew McConaughey film Dallas Buyers Club no longer have to worry about getting a threatening letter in the mail. On Wednesday, lawyers for Dallas Buyers Club... Read more
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News.com.au
Are they taking the Coast back to the future?Tate’s ‘twisted’ Chevron Island focus, choosing footbridge over traffic congest
Are they taking the Coast back to the future?
News.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
Tate’s ‘twisted’ Chevron Island focus, choosing footbridge over traffic congested roads. TOM Tate has staked his future as mayor on spending up to $20 million of ratepayer money on a footbridge linking Chevron ­Island with the planned ­cultural... Read more
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Daily Mail
Men who paid off rape victims in Croatia obsessed with body building'Shredded for the females': Men who paid off a 17-year-old girl they raped in a
Men who paid off rape victims in Croatia obsessed with body building
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
'Shredded for the females': Men who paid off a 17-year-old girl they raped in a Croatian bar toilet obsessed with body building and muscle selfies Dylan Djohan, Ashwin Kumar and Waleed Latif all pleaded guilty to rape Australian men raped the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Are we causing longer, more intense bushfire seasons? Photo: When summer rolls around each year we are faced with the incessant dis
Are we causing longer, more intense bushfire seasons?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Photo: When summer rolls around each year we are faced with the incessant distress of raging bushfires around our country. (Dave Hancock: User submitted) If you think bushfires are becoming both... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Futures, Global Stocks Tumble As Europe Bank, Periphery Carnage UnfoldsThe biggest event of the weekend, if not the month, was China's FX reserve outf
Futures, Global Stocks Tumble As Europe Bank, Periphery Carnage Unfolds
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
The biggest event of the weekend, if not the month, was China's FX reserve outflow update, which at $100BN was slightly better than the $120BN expected (it pushed China's reserves to the lowest in nearly 4 years) but it was in the "no man's land"... Read more
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Daily Mail
Forget milk - TEA could be the secret to strong bonespart of fracture-prevention diet It's thought that plant chemicals called flav
Forget milk - TEA could be the secret to strong bones
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
part of fracture-prevention diet It's thought that plant chemicals called flavonoids strengthen the bones This is by speeding building of new bone cells while slowing down the erosion of existing ones It is the perfect excuse to sit down with a... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
How smart is your dog?People who consider their dog a family member usually think he is quite bright.
How smart is your dog?
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
People who consider their dog a family member usually think he is quite bright. Every dog owner (including me) has one or more stories praising some super-intelligent deed their pet has performed. We have known for years that dogs are extremely... Read more
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Queensland Times
War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting lawsAustralia is known as a desirable place to live. It has the freedoms most assoc
War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting laws
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
Australia is known as a desirable place to live. It has the freedoms most associate with a Western democracy. But Australian state and territory governments are moving toward criminal association or consorting laws as a means of crime management,... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting lawsAustralia is known as a desirable place to live. It has the freedoms most assoc
War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting laws
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
Australia is known as a desirable place to live. It has the freedoms most associate with a Western democracy. But Australian state and territory governments are moving toward criminal association or consorting laws as a means of crime management,... Read more
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News Mail
War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting lawsAustralia is known as a desirable place to live. It has the freedoms most assoc
War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting laws
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Australia is known as a desirable place to live. It has the freedoms most associate with a Western democracy. But Australian state and territory governments are moving toward criminal association or consorting laws as a means of crime management,... Read more
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Daily Examiner
War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting lawsAustralia is known as a desirable place to live. It has the freedoms most assoc
War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting laws
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
Australia is known as a desirable place to live. It has the freedoms most associate with a Western democracy. But Australian state and territory governments are moving toward criminal association or consorting laws as a means of crime management,... Read more
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Northern Star
War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting lawsAustralia is known as a desirable place to live. It has the freedoms most assoc
War on bikies: Australia's love affair with consorting laws
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
Australia is known as a desirable place to live. It has the freedoms most associate with a Western democracy. But Australian state and territory governments are moving toward criminal association or consorting laws as a means of crime management,... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Expert warns shark cull won’t solve anythingYOU are more likely to drown at the beach, be killed by a falling coconut or as
Expert warns shark cull won’t solve anything
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
YOU are more likely to drown at the beach, be killed by a falling coconut or as a result of a jellyfish sting, than get bitten by a shark. That's the message from shark expert Dr Daryl McPhee, an Associate Dean of Research at Bond University on the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Aussie prison escapee’s confessionCONVICTED bank robber John Killick made Australian criminal history when his Ru
Aussie prison escapee’s confession
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
CONVICTED bank robber John Killick made Australian criminal history when his Russian lover hijacked a helicopter and freed him from a Sydney maximum security prison under a hail of guard gunfire. Killick was a career criminal with a penchant for... Read more
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News.com.au
Hollywood on the Gold CoastHollywood producers are clamouring to the Gold Coast to film their blockbusters
Hollywood on the Gold Coast
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
Hollywood producers are clamouring to the Gold Coast to film their blockbusters. IT APPEARS Tinseltown can’t get enough of our Gold Coast. The beachside city has recently been announced as a filming location for three Hollywood blockbusters, which... Read more
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Perth Now
‘We’ve got unfinished business’CONVICTED bank robber John Killick made Australian criminal history when his Ru
‘We’ve got unfinished business’
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
CONVICTED bank robber John Killick made Australian criminal history when his Russian lover hijacked a helicopter and freed him from a Sydney maximum security prison under a hail of guard gunfire. Killick was a career criminal with a penchant for... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘We’ve got unfinished business’CONVICTED bank robber John Killick made Australian criminal history when his Ru
‘We’ve got unfinished business’
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
CONVICTED bank robber John Killick made Australian criminal history when his Russian lover hijacked a helicopter and freed him from a Sydney maximum security prison under a hail of guard gunfire. Killick was a career criminal with a penchant for... Read more
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dna
Tanzanian woman assault: 5 times Indians cried racism1. Devyani Khobragade row Devyani Khobragade, 39, who was India's deputy consu
Tanzanian woman assault: 5 times Indians cried racism
dna / Posted 4 days ago
1. Devyani Khobragade row Devyani Khobragade, 39, who was India's deputy consul-general in New York, was arrested in December 2013 on charges of visa fraud and lying to US authorities about what she paid her housekeeper. Khobragade's arrest and... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Veterinarian volunteers for Yukon Quest sled-dog race During the next two weeks, veterinarian Kathleen McGill will help tend to abo
Veterinarian volunteers for Yukon Quest sled-dog race
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
During the next two weeks, veterinarian Kathleen McGill will help tend to about 350 dogs. The canines will need daily physical exams along with probable relief from sore muscles and... Read more
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The Hill
Liquefied natural gas exports signal a new era of US energyThe next few months will mark a significant time in the history of America's co
Liquefied natural gas exports signal a new era of US energy
The Hill / Posted 4 days ago
The next few months will mark a significant time in the history of America's complex bond with natural gas. This month, Cheniere Energy announced they will commence the loading and transport of the first shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG)... Read more
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Hospitality Net
New President for the new Marco Polo Hotels Marco Polo Hotels has announced the commencement of Dr. Jennifer Cronin as Pr
New President for the new Marco Polo Hotels
Hospitality Net / Posted 7 days ago
Marco Polo Hotels has announced the commencement of Dr. Jennifer Cronin as President for Marco Polo Hotels, succeeding Mr. Eric Waldburger who has retired. In his role as President, Mr. Waldburger led the... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
How smart is your dog?People who consider their dog a family member usually think he is quite bright.
How smart is your dog?
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
People who consider their dog a family member usually think he is quite bright. Every dog owner (including me) has one or more stories praising some super intelligent deed their pet has performed. We have known for years that dogs are extremely... Read more
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The Courier
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothesAustralian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his hi
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothes
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
Australian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his highs and lows working in New York. Australian fashion designer Ryan Lobo launched the label Tome with his friend Ramon Martin in 2011. The duo are based in New York and in... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothesAustralian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his hi
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothes
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
Australian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his highs and lows working in New York. Australian fashion designer Ryan Lobo launched the label Tome with his friend Ramon Martin in 2011. The duo are based in New York and in... Read more
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The Young Witness
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothesAustralian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his hi
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothes
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
Australian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his highs and lows working in New York. Australian fashion designer Ryan Lobo launched the label Tome with his friend Ramon Martin in 2011. The duo are based in New York and in... Read more
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Western Advocate
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothesAustralian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his hi
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothes
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
Australian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his highs and lows working in New York. Australian fashion designer Ryan Lobo launched the label Tome with his friend Ramon Martin in 2011. The duo are based in New York and in... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothesAustralian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his hi
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothes
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 days ago
Australian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his highs and lows working in New York. Australian fashion designer Ryan Lobo launched the label Tome with his friend Ramon Martin in 2011. The duo are based in New York and in... Read more
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Manning River Times
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothesAustralian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his hi
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothes
Manning River Times / Posted 11 days ago
Australian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his highs and lows working in New York. Australian fashion designer Ryan Lobo launched the label Tome with his friend Ramon Martin in 2011. The duo are based in New York and in... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothesAustralian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his hi
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothes
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 days ago
Australian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his highs and lows working in New York. Australian fashion designer Ryan Lobo launched the label Tome with his friend Ramon Martin in 2011. The duo are based in New York and in... Read more
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The North West Star
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothesAustralian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his hi
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothes
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
Australian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his highs and lows working in New York. Australian fashion designer Ryan Lobo launched the label Tome with his friend Ramon Martin in 2011. The duo are based in New York and in... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothesAustralian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his hi
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothes
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
Australian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his highs and lows working in New York. Australian fashion designer Ryan Lobo launched the label Tome with his friend Ramon Martin in 2011. The duo are based in New York and in... Read more
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The Border Mail
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothesAustralian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his hi
Tome designer Ryan Lobo seeks emotional connection to women who buy his clothes
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Australian designer Ryan Lobo tells how he made his break in fashion and his highs and lows working in New York. Australian fashion designer Ryan Lobo launched the label Tome with his friend Ramon Martin in 2011. The duo are based in New York and in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Our deepest fearrages on whether we should cull the ocean's greatest predator, writes Susan Joh
Our deepest fear
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
rages on whether we should cull the ocean's greatest predator, writes Susan Johnston. Sharks, with their fearsome jaws, invoke terror, despite statistics that you are more likely to die from drowning than from an attack. Photo / Getty Images If... Read more
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Brisbane Times
BusinessDay Economic Survey: US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this yearSCOPE SURVEY 2016 The US Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest ra
BusinessDay Economic Survey: US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this year
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The US Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest rates this year, with predictions it could do so up to four times, pushing Australia's dollar lower and relieving pressure on the Reserve Bank to cut rates this year. The... Read more
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WA Today
BusinessDay Economic Survey: US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this yearSCOPE SURVEY 2016 The US Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest ra
BusinessDay Economic Survey: US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this year
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The US Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest rates this year, with predictions it could do so up to four times, pushing Australia's dollar lower and relieving pressure on the Reserve Bank to cut rates this year. The... Read more
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The Age
This analyst shines in year of unexpected gloomSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Asked what would happen to the price of iron ore this time l
This analyst shines in year of unexpected gloom
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Asked what would happen to the price of iron ore this time last year, our panel said "nothing much". It would remain roughly steady around US$72 a tonne. If you forecast the right story, if you back the right horse, you'll do well... Read more
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The Age
BusinessDay Economic Survey: US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this yearSCOPE SURVEY 2016 The US Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest ra
BusinessDay Economic Survey: US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this year
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The US Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest rates this year, with predictions it could do so up to four times, pushing Australia's dollar lower and relieving pressure on the Reserve Bank to cut rates this year. The... Read more
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The Age
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
BusinessDay Economic Survey: US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this yearSCOPE SURVEY 2016 The US Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest ra
BusinessDay Economic Survey: US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this year
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The US Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest rates this year, with predictions it could do so up to four times, pushing Australia's dollar lower and relieving pressure on the Reserve Bank to cut rates this year. The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
This analyst shines in year of unexpected gloomSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Asked what would happen to the price of iron ore this time l
This analyst shines in year of unexpected gloom
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Asked what would happen to the price of iron ore this time last year, our panel said "nothing much". It would remain roughly steady around US$72 a tonne. If you forecast the right story, if you back the right horse, you'll do well... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
9 related stories
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Canberra Times
This analyst shines in year of unexpected gloomSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Asked what would happen to the price of iron ore this time l
This analyst shines in year of unexpected gloom
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Asked what would happen to the price of iron ore this time last year, our panel said "nothing much". It would remain roughly steady around US$72 a tonne. If you forecast the right story, if you back the right horse, you'll do well... Read more
4 related stories
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Canberra Times
BusinessDay Economic Survey: US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this yearSCOPE SURVEY 2016 The US Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest ra
BusinessDay Economic Survey: US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this year
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 The US Federal Reserve is likely to keep raising interest rates this year, with predictions it could do so up to four times, pushing Australia's dollar lower and relieving pressure on the Reserve Bank to cut rates this year. The... Read more
4 related stories
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Canberra Times
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
9 related stories
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Brisbane Times
This analyst shines in year of unexpected gloomSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Asked what would happen to the price of iron ore this time l
This analyst shines in year of unexpected gloom
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Asked what would happen to the price of iron ore this time last year, our panel said "nothing much". It would remain roughly steady around US$72 a tonne. If you forecast the right story, if you back the right horse, you'll do well... Read more
4 related stories
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Brisbane Times
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
9 related stories
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WA Today
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope forSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected
BusinessDay Scope Economic Survey: More of the same about best we can hope for
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Core inflation rose 2pc in 2015, slightly more than expected but still at the bottom of the RBAs target range. Photo: Louie Douvis The Reserve Bank board will confront a bleak economic outlook when it meets for the first time this... Read more
9 related stories
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WA Today
This analyst shines in year of unexpected gloomSCOPE SURVEY 2016 Asked what would happen to the price of iron ore this time l
This analyst shines in year of unexpected gloom
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
SCOPE SURVEY 2016 Asked what would happen to the price of iron ore this time last year, our panel said "nothing much". It would remain roughly steady around US$72 a tonne. If you forecast the right story, if you back the right horse, you'll do well... Read more
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The Betoota Advocate
Forbes Australian Rich List: David Pocock Joins Timomatic As 2016 RichestThe list is here, the 2016 top ten richest Australians, according to Forbes. T
Forbes Australian Rich List: David Pocock Joins Timomatic As 2016 Richest
The Betoota Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
The list is here, the 2016 top ten richest Australians, according to Forbes. This year includes a few Forbes debuts, and few surprising ones at that. With the winding down of Australia’s mining boom, we have seen an increase in other rising... Read more
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The Telegraph
Different prismsOn Republic Day, I attended the concluding day of a six-day literature festival
Different prisms
The Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
On Republic Day, I attended the concluding day of a six-day literature festival held in Calcutta. I had flown to the city from Jaipur after participating in a similar - and some would say bigger - annual gathering devoted to the same theme. At both... Read more
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