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Perth Now
Aussie creates chaos at Bali airportwas then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously
Perth Now / Posted 23 hours ago
was then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously during the dramatic stand-off close to the Coffee Club cafe. It is not clear what the man was demanding or his problems but authorities said later they found... Read more
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Perth Now
No arrest for Bali airport fracassaid. The incident began on Tuesday when Mr Butler climbed over a barrier and
Perth Now / Posted 23 hours ago
said. The incident began on Tuesday when Mr Butler climbed over a barrier and stood on a ledge on the second floor, near a Coffee Club cafe.media_cameraGregory Butler on the ledge at Bali airport. Picture: Supplied He was shouting and pacing along... Read more
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23h
Channel NewsAsia
Australian man detained after causing chaos at Bali airportand screaming as he stood on the edge of a narrow ledge in the departure hall.
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 23 hours ago
and screaming as he stood on the edge of a narrow ledge in the departure hall. After a 90-minute standoff near the Coffee Club outlet, the man, identified as 46-year-old Gregory Butler, was wrestled back to safety by another man who had... Read more
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The Courier Mail
No arrest for Bali airport fracassaid. The incident began on Tuesday when Mr Butler climbed over a barrier and
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
said. The incident began on Tuesday when Mr Butler climbed over a barrier and stood on a ledge on the second floor, near a Coffee Club cafe.media_cameraGregory Butler on the ledge at Bali airport. Picture: Supplied He was shouting and pacing along... Read more
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News.com.au
No arrest for Bali airport fracassaid. The incident began on Tuesday when Mr Butler climbed over a barrier and
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
said. The incident began on Tuesday when Mr Butler climbed over a barrier and stood on a ledge on the second floor, near a Coffee Club cafe. Gregory Butler on the ledge at Bali airport. Picture: SuppliedSource:Supplied He was shouting and pacing... Read more
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Perth Now
Aussie man causes chaos at Bali airportwas then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
was then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously during the dramatic stand-off close to the Coffee Club cafe. It is not clear what the man was demanding or his problems but authorities said later they found... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Aussie creates chaos at Bali airportwas then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
was then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously during the dramatic stand-off close to the Coffee Club cafe. It is not clear what the man was demanding or his problems but authorities said later they found... Read more
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Herald Sun
Aussie creates chaos at Bali airportwas then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
was then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously during the dramatic stand-off close to the Coffee Club cafe. It is not clear what the man was demanding or his problems but authorities said later they found... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Aussie creates chaos at Bali airportwas then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
was then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously during the dramatic stand-off close to the Coffee Club cafe. It is not clear what the man was demanding or his problems but authorities said later they found... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aussie creates chaos at Bali airportwas then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
was then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously during the dramatic stand-off close to the Coffee Club cafe. It is not clear what the man was demanding or his problems but authorities said later they found... Read more
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News.com.au
Aussie creates chaos at Bali airportwas then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
was then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously during the dramatic stand-off close to the Coffee Club cafe. It is not clear what the man was demanding or his problems but authorities said later they found... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Aussie creates chaos at Bali airportwas then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
was then pounced upon by airport security and police who had stood by nervously during the dramatic stand-off close to the Coffee Club cafe. It is not clear what the man was demanding or his problems but authorities said later they found... Read more
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The North West Star
‘Great pie trail’ has seven businessesname of friendly competition and fun. The response has been very positive,” he
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
name of friendly competition and fun. The response has been very positive,” he said. The businesses involved are the Buffs Club, Outback at Isa cafe, the Smoking Gun Cafe, the Coffee Club, Copperhill Grill, Brew and Scoop, and Grants Cakes and P... Read more
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Pedestrian
The Gov Admits Their BS Internships Could Be Used To Dodge Penalty Ratesthe concept of a boss. The retail internship program - which will be offered b
Pedestrian / Posted 13 days ago
the concept of a boss. The retail internship program - which will be offered by companies like Baker's Delight and Coffee Club - will see young people aged between 17 and 24 given roles that pay $200 per fortnight on top of their... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Venues where the Beatles played and what they are nowwho wrote Pete and Paul’s apology letters. She also began liaising with the Ge
Liverpool Echo / Posted 14 days ago
who wrote Pete and Paul’s apology letters. She also began liaising with the German consulate.Pete Best with the Casbah Coffee Club sign John's future wife Cynthia Powell helped to paint a silhouette of him on the wall and it is still visible... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Interns system tackles welfarewill also benefit from financial incentives. Local retail chains including Bat
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
will also benefit from financial incentives. Local retail chains including Battery World, Bakers Delight, Bright Eyes and Coffee Club have already signed up to the program, which was announced this week and includes an education course as well as... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Interns system tackles welfarewill also benefit from financial incentives. Local retail chains including Bat
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
will also benefit from financial incentives. Local retail chains including Battery World, Bakers Delight, Bright Eyes and Coffee Club have already signed up to the program, which was announced this week and includes an education course as well as... Read more
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Pedestrian
It Is Shockingly Easy To Nab Yourself An Intern Via The Govt's PaTH Programproductive work and deserve to be paid for it as an employee." Bakers Delight
Pedestrian / Posted 16 days ago
productive work and deserve to be paid for it as an employee." Bakers Delight is cited here because it, alongside the Coffee Club, was one of the first large companies to sign up for the program. While it might be a shitty deal for job... Read more
17d
Pedestrian
Government To Push 10,000 Unemployed Youth Into $4/Hour Retail Internshipsstruck between the Turnbull Government and the Australian Retailers Association
Pedestrian / Posted 17 days ago
struck between the Turnbull Government and the Australian Retailers Association. Companies like Baker's Delight and the Coffee Club have already signed on to accept the internships, which are part of an expansion of the Government's PaTH... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Is it really civilization without coffee?beverage.” The first coffeehouse opened in Oxford, England, in 1650, where caf
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 18 days ago
beverage.” The first coffeehouse opened in Oxford, England, in 1650, where caffeinated young men established the Oxford Coffee Club for imbibing the drink and engaging in ferocious intellectual exchanges and debates. Brainiacs like Sir Robert... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
River restaurant strip plans flowingdining, at 78-88 Tench Ave, Jamisontown. media_cameraGround work has already b
Daily Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
dining, at 78-88 Tench Ave, Jamisontown. media_cameraGround work has already begun on the new tenancies beside The Coffee Club. Picture: Melvyn Knipemedia_cameraArtist impression of Steven and Charles Sentas’ new “eat street” on Tench Ave.... Read more
23d
Daily Mirror
Cystic fibrosis mum finds abusive note left on car for parking in disabled spotafter her hospital visits became more frequent. She spent about 30 minutes par
Daily Mirror / Posted 23 days ago
after her hospital visits became more frequent. She spent about 30 minutes parked in the car park while she visited Coffee Club Nepean Square with several other mums as she waited for her nine-year-old daughter, who was at a birthday party... Read more
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Australian Food News
Coffee Club overhauls its menuThe Coffee Club Ambassador, Justine Schofield The Coffee Club has overhauled i
Australian Food News / Posted 24 days ago
The Coffee Club Ambassador, Justine Schofield The Coffee Club has overhauled its menu with help from celebrity chef, Justine Schofield. The refreshed menu includes both new dishes and updated versions of older menu items. New meals now available... Read more
30d
asianage
Australia: Former café owners force Indian worker to return pay; finedMelbourne: Indian-origin owners of a former coffee club have been fined more th
asianage / Posted 30 days ago
Melbourne: Indian-origin owners of a former coffee club have been fined more than 180,000 dollars in Australia for exploiting an Indian employee by forcing him to hand back his wages and threatening to have his visa cancelled if he refused. Federal... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Former Australia cafe fined for not paying Indian worker, threatening to cancel his visaIndian-origin owners of a former coffee club have been fined more than 180,000
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 30 days ago
Indian-origin owners of a former coffee club have been fined more than 180,000 dollars in Australia for exploiting an Indian employee by forcing him to hand back his wages and threatening to have his visa cancelled if he refused. Federal Court Judge... Read more
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WA Today
Experts urge government to expand health star ratings to fast food restaurantson the kJ, saturated fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fibre and fruit and vegetable
WA Today / Posted 30 days ago
on the kJ, saturated fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fibre and fruit and vegetable content. The study looked at 13 companies: Coffee Club, Crust, Domino's, Gloria Jean's, Hungry Jack's, KFC, McCafe, McDonald's, Muffin Break, Oporto, Pizza Hut, Red... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Loran Smith: After impressive college career, Chester Webb came back home to Elbertonalways polished off with, “That’s the honest God’s truth,” as if God had a vest
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 30 days ago
always polished off with, “That’s the honest God’s truth,” as if God had a vested interest in setting things straight at a coffee club. Look out the big window at the table on the north side of the restaurant and someone will tell you... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Coffee Club fined $180k for illegal schemeCoffee Club cashback scheme gets franchisee fined $180K | Daily Telegraph Form
Daily Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
Coffee Club cashback scheme gets franchisee fined $180K | Daily Telegraph Former Brisbane Coffee Club operator fined $180,000 for ‘exploitative’ cashback scheme A FORMER Brisbane Coffee Club franchisee has been fined more than $180,000 for forcing... Read more
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Canberra Times
The Coffee Club's exploitation of an employee is just a dropReports have appeared that a Brisbane-based Coffee Club franchise has been fine
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
Reports have appeared that a Brisbane-based Coffee Club franchise has been fined $180,000 by the Federal Circuit Court for the "inappropriate and grotesque" exploitation of an employee. I wish this was an isolated example. It's not. As the Coffee... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The Coffee Club's exploitation of an employee is just a dropReports have appeared that a Brisbane-based Coffee Club franchise has been fine
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
Reports have appeared that a Brisbane-based Coffee Club franchise has been fined $180,000 by the Federal Circuit Court for the "inappropriate and grotesque" exploitation of an employee. I wish this was an isolated example. It's not. As the Coffee... Read more
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The Age
The Coffee Club's exploitation of an employee is just a dropReports have appeared that a Brisbane-based Coffee Club franchise has been fine
The Age / Posted a month ago
Reports have appeared that a Brisbane-based Coffee Club franchise has been fined $180,000 by the Federal Circuit Court for the "inappropriate and grotesque" exploitation of an employee. I wish this was an isolated example. It's not. As the Coffee... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Experts urge government to expand health star ratings to fast food restaurantson the kJ, saturated fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fibre and fruit and vegetable
Brisbane Times / Posted a month ago
on the kJ, saturated fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fibre and fruit and vegetable content. The study looked at 13 companies: Coffee Club, Crust, Domino's, Gloria Jean's, Hungry Jack's, KFC, McCafe, McDonald's, Muffin Break, Oporto, Pizza Hut, Red... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Experts urge government to expand health star ratings to fast food restaurantson the kJ, saturated fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fibre and fruit and vegetable
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
on the kJ, saturated fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fibre and fruit and vegetable content. The study looked at 13 companies: Coffee Club, Crust, Domino's, Gloria Jean's, Hungry Jack's, KFC, McCafe, McDonald's, Muffin Break, Oporto, Pizza Hut, Red... Read more
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The Age
Experts urge government to expand health star ratings to fast food restaurantson the kJ, saturated fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fibre and fruit and vegetable
The Age / Posted a month ago
on the kJ, saturated fat, sugar, sodium, protein, fibre and fruit and vegetable content. The study looked at 13 companies: Coffee Club, Crust, Domino's, Gloria Jean's, Hungry Jack's, KFC, McCafe, McDonald's, Muffin Break, Oporto, Pizza Hut, Red... Read more
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Brisbane Times
A Coffee Club franchisee didn't pay a worker for five monthscancellation if he didn't pay back $18,000. Photo: Glenn Hunt The court found
Brisbane Times / Posted a month ago
cancellation if he didn't pay back $18,000. Photo: Glenn Hunt The court found Mr Chokhani, who then owned and operated a Coffee Club franchise at Nundah, had failed to pay the Indian national any wages for four months from July to November 2014... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coffee Club Nundah fined $180k for exploiting workercancellation if he didn't pay back $18,000. Photo: Glenn Hunt The court found
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
cancellation if he didn't pay back $18,000. Photo: Glenn Hunt The court found Mr Chokhani, who then owned and operated a Coffee Club franchise at Nundah, had failed to pay the Indian national any wages for four months from July to November 2014... Read more
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The Age
Coffee Club Nundah fined $180k for exploiting workercancellation if he didn't pay back $18,000. Photo: Glenn Hunt The court found
The Age / Posted a month ago
cancellation if he didn't pay back $18,000. Photo: Glenn Hunt The court found Mr Chokhani, who then owned and operated a Coffee Club franchise at Nundah, had failed to pay the Indian national any wages for four months from July to November 2014... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Cafe owners fined $180k for exploiting workerhe and his wife owed over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found
Sky News Australia / Posted a month ago
he and his wife owed over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found Mr Chokhani, who then owned and operated a Coffee Club franchise at Nundah, had threatened to have an Indian national's 457 visa cancelled unless he returned $18,000 of... Read more
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Weekly Times
Qld cafe fined $180k for exploiting workerhe and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found
Weekly Times / Posted a month ago
he and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found Mr Chokhani, who then owned and operated a Coffee Club franchise at Nundah, had failed to pay the Indian national any wages for four months from July to November 2014... Read more
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Herald Sun
Qld cafe fined $180k for exploiting workerhe and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found
Herald Sun / Posted a month ago
he and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found Mr Chokhani, who then owned and operated a Coffee Club franchise at Nundah, had failed to pay the Indian national any wages for four months from July to November 2014... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Qld cafe fined $180k for exploiting workerhe and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found
The Courier Mail / Posted a month ago
he and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found Mr Chokhani, who then owned and operated a Coffee Club franchise at Nundah, had failed to pay the Indian national any wages for four months from July to November 2014... Read more
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News.com.au
Qld cafe fined $180k for exploiting workerhe and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found
News.com.au / Posted a month ago
he and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found Mr Chokhani, who then owned and operated a Coffee Club franchise at Nundah, had failed to pay the Indian national any wages for four months from July to November 2014... Read more
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Perth Now
Qld cafe fined $180k for exploiting workerhe and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found
Perth Now / Posted a month ago
he and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found Mr Chokhani, who then owned and operated a Coffee Club franchise at Nundah, had failed to pay the Indian national any wages for four months from July to November 2014... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Qld cafe fined $180k for exploiting workerhe and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found
Adelaide Now / Posted a month ago
he and his wife owned over the unlawful cash-back arrangement. The court found Mr Chokhani, who then owned and operated a Coffee Club franchise at Nundah, had failed to pay the Indian national any wages for four months from July to November 2014... Read more
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Irish Examiner
This genius dad replaced his baby's lunchbox with a toolbox and it's a game-changerside. His wife eventually came round to the idea (Mark Hoyle) The invention h
Irish Examiner / Posted 1 months ago
side. His wife eventually came round to the idea (Mark Hoyle) The invention has quickly become the envy of his wife’s coffee club. The blogger, who had been chronicling his dad-ventures on his LadBaby Youtube channel for over a year, said:... Read more
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Nevada Daily Mail
Lester I. Thorntonchaplain and member of numerous Ministerial Alliances, Sertoma Savannah, and a
Nevada Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
chaplain and member of numerous Ministerial Alliances, Sertoma Savannah, and a regular member of the McDonald�s 9 a.m. Coffee Club. He also mentored or led various 4-H and Future Farmers of America groups. In addition to his wife Carolyn, of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Column 8of allegations going around about this and I want the alligator to come forward
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
of allegations going around about this and I want the alligator to come forward." Joan Bolton says her retirement village coffee club tried spreading the word. "We told the barista we were gruntled with our coffees. 'Why? What have I done?' he... Read more
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The Age
Column 8of allegations going around about this and I want the alligator to come forward
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
of allegations going around about this and I want the alligator to come forward." Joan Bolton says her retirement village coffee club tried spreading the word. "We told the barista we were gruntled with our coffees. 'Why? What have I done?' he... Read more

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