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2014/09/17 04:05
2014/09/17 04:05
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Financial system inquiry chair David Murray. Photo: Supplied The government would still be likely to provide support if a local bank were distressed, despite the public debate about a "bail-in"...
2014/09/17 04:05
2014/09/17 04:05
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2014/09/17 01:46
2014/09/17 01:46
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... crises have always happened because banks chose to be more fragile than is good for the economy.": Stanford University Professor Anat Admati. Photo: Paul Jeffers Australian banks are taking...
2014/09/16 22:55
2014/09/16 22:55
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A series of large and high profile hacks across the world in August have resulted in the worst single month for data breaches in history. And now, not even halfway into September, we are witnessing...
2014/09/16 20:34
2014/09/16 20:34
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A TEENAGER relived a childhood nightmare when she gave evidence against her stepfather yesterday. Harrowing video evidence was given in the Gladstone District Court yesterday by the girl, now 14, who...
2014/09/15 08:51
2014/09/15 08:51
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Inquests into the deaths of two Liverpool men killed during a terrorist siege at an Paul Morgan, 46, from Aigburth and Garry Barlow, 49, from Allerton were among seven Brits killed in the January...
2014/09/13 06:09
2014/09/13 06:09
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Now, ironically, comes speculation that the man detested by many supporters - including some Rangers fans - may be on the brink of helping the Ibrox club out. As unpopular as Ashley is on Tyneside, he...
2014/09/12 03:12
2014/09/12 03:12
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One of Australia's most senior bankers has predicted global financial markets could face a "meaningful" correction similar to the 1994 bond crash, because aggressive monetary stimulus is inflating...
2014/09/11 23:37
2014/09/11 23:37
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The Financial System Inquiry (FSI) will not change anything and the status quo will be maintained, according to a finance/insurance broker. Self-employed Australian financial services licence holder...
2014/09/11 21:34
2014/09/11 21:34
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HE admitted robbing an acquaintance who owed him money for drugs and threatening him with a knife to the throat, and now he's paid the price. Gladstone man Dale George Johnson pleaded guilty to armed...
2014/09/11 21:13
2014/09/11 21:13
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HE admitted robbing an acquaintance who owed him money for drugs and threatening him with a knife to the throat, and now he's paid the price. Gladstone man Dale George Johnson pleaded guilty to armed...
2014/09/10 13:09
2014/09/10 13:09
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... the last two years he [Van Dijk] has proved too good for Scottish football," said Numan. "You can stay here too long. If he gets the chance Virgil should go to England." The irony of these...
2014/09/09 02:19
2014/09/09 02:19
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The Sea of Green Farms growing facility in Seattle, which the report describes as one of the world’s first jurisdictions to legally regulate a non-medical marijuana market. (Jason...
2014/09/08 21:13
2014/09/08 21:13
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TWO Gladstone men who were involved in a drug syndicate were sentenced in Gladstone District Court on Monday. Michael James Hackett pleaded guilty to unlawfully trafficking dangerous drugs and was...
2014/09/07 21:24
2014/09/07 21:24
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Illustration: michaelmucci.com There's plenty to complain about in our financial system, but one issue seems to have really hit a nerve with the public: credit card surcharges. The Financial System...
2014/09/07 04:23
2014/09/07 04:23
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With no major holidays between July 4 and Labor Day, there is not a special occasion for shopping until the back-to-school shopping frenzy starts in August. So to justify sales promotions, shops in...
2014/09/06 13:34
2014/09/06 13:34
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IF you had a bucket with a hole in it, would you keep trying to fill it up? Or would you stop and fix the source of the leak before putting more in? In a word: fees. Each year, Australia’s fork out...
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2014/09/05 20:26
2014/09/05 20:26
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An all-candidates debate will be held in Abbotsford on Monday, April 18, and is open to UFV students, staff, faculty and the public. The Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce has also organized an...
2014/09/05 16:05
2014/09/05 16:05
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Ross Garnaut appeals for lower interest rates. Photo: Josh Stone One of Australia's most pre-eminent economists has warned the "whole economy" needs lower interest rates but that the Reserve Bank's...
2014/09/05 06:48
2014/09/05 06:48
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Making allowances for smaller banks could help overheat the mortgage market, says S&P. Standard & Poor's has cautioned against further stimulating the mortgage market, saying this would increase the...
2014/09/04 23:09
2014/09/04 23:09
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A team of workers assembled a 33,000 piece puzzle that is now on display at Edgewater Mall. Puzzles USA purchased the kit from a company in Spain, and the box boasts it contains, "the greatest number...
2014/09/17 04:05
2014/09/17 04:05
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