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WA Today
Queensland Nickel administrators face huge task​Administrators of Clive Palmer's troubled nickel business are facing a large a
Queensland Nickel administrators face huge task
WA Today / Posted yesterday
​Administrators of Clive Palmer's troubled nickel business are facing a large and complicated task to determine whether its north Queensland refinery and hundreds of jobs can be saved. The enormity of the job became clearer in the Brisbane Supreme... Read more
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The Age
Queensland Nickel administrators face huge taskClive Palmer's nickel refinery outside Townsville. Photo: Glenn Hunt ​Administ
Queensland Nickel administrators face huge task
The Age / Posted yesterday
Clive Palmer's nickel refinery outside Townsville. Photo: Glenn Hunt ​Administrators of Clive Palmer's troubled nickel business are facing a large and complicated task to determine whether its north Queensland refinery and hundreds of jobs can be... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Queensland Nickel administrators face huge taskClive Palmer's nickel refinery outside Townsville. Photo: Glenn Hunt ​Administ
Queensland Nickel administrators face huge task
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Clive Palmer's nickel refinery outside Townsville. Photo: Glenn Hunt ​Administrators of Clive Palmer's troubled nickel business are facing a large and complicated task to determine whether its north Queensland refinery and hundreds of jobs can be... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ANZ's Eddie Listorti steps down from global markets teamThere's been another shake-up in ANZ's markets division. Photo: Glenn Hunt ANZ
ANZ's Eddie Listorti steps down from global markets team
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
There's been another shake-up in ANZ's markets division. Photo: Glenn Hunt ANZ's "toxic" global markets division is hunting for a new chief, after Eddie Listorti, acting managing director of markets since late 2015, said on Friday he was leaving the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Queensland Nickel administrators face huge taskClive Palmer's nickel refinery outside Townsville. Photo: Glenn Hunt ​Administ
Queensland Nickel administrators face huge task
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Clive Palmer's nickel refinery outside Townsville. Photo: Glenn Hunt ​Administrators of Clive Palmer's troubled nickel business are facing a large and complicated task to determine whether its north Queensland refinery and hundreds of jobs can be... Read more
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Canberra Times
ANZ's Eddie Listorti steps down from global markets teamThere's been another shake-up in ANZ's markets division. Photo: Glenn Hunt ANZ
ANZ's Eddie Listorti steps down from global markets team
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
There's been another shake-up in ANZ's markets division. Photo: Glenn Hunt ANZ's "toxic" global markets division is hunting for a new chief, after Eddie Listorti, acting managing director of markets since late 2015, said on Friday he was leaving the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
ANZ's Eddie Listorti steps down from global markets teamThere's been another shake-up in ANZ's markets division. Photo: Glenn Hunt ANZ
ANZ's Eddie Listorti steps down from global markets team
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
There's been another shake-up in ANZ's markets division. Photo: Glenn Hunt ANZ's "toxic" global markets division is hunting for a new chief, after Eddie Listorti, acting managing director of markets since late 2015, said on Friday he was leaving the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Mao's Last Dancer Li Cunxin welcomes in Chinese New YearBRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 12: Hundreds of people enjoy the 2016 Chinese Ne
Mao's Last Dancer Li Cunxin welcomes in Chinese New Year
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 12: Hundreds of people enjoy the 2016 Chinese New Year Parade and dances at the Chinatown Mall in Fortitude Valley, on Friday, February 12, 2016 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Michelle Smith/Fairfax Media) Photo:... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Queensland Nickel administrators face huge taskClive Palmer's nickel refinery outside Townsville. Photo: Glenn Hunt ​Administ
Queensland Nickel administrators face huge task
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Clive Palmer's nickel refinery outside Townsville. Photo: Glenn Hunt ​Administrators of Clive Palmer's troubled nickel business are facing a large and complicated task to determine whether its north Queensland refinery and hundreds of jobs can be... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Logan murder charges: Police question 32-old manCory Breton and Iuliana Triscaru, whose bodies were found inside a metal box in
Logan murder charges: Police question 32-old man
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Cory Breton and Iuliana Triscaru, whose bodies were found inside a metal box in a Logan dam. Photo: Supplied A man believed to have gone into hiding after witnessing the alleged bashing of Logan pair Cory Breton and Iuliana Trescaru has been found... Read more
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The Age
ANZ's Eddie Listorti steps down from global markets teamThere's been another shake-up in ANZ's markets division. Photo: Glenn Hunt Edd
ANZ's Eddie Listorti steps down from global markets team
The Age / Posted yesterday
There's been another shake-up in ANZ's markets division. Photo: Glenn Hunt Eddie Listorti, ANZ's acting managing director of markets, is leaving the bank to establish his own fund, the bank told staff on Friday. Mr Listorti was heading the global... Read more
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Canberra Times
Andrew Barr tells Malcolm Turnbull to leave Canberra aloneACT chief minister Andrew Barr has written a strongly-worded letter to Malcolm
Andrew Barr tells Malcolm Turnbull to leave Canberra alone
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
ACT chief minister Andrew Barr has written a strongly-worded letter to Malcolm Turnbull. Photo: Photo: Glenn Hunt The ACT's chief minister has lashed out at the federal government using the public service for "pork-barrelling", while calling for an... Read more
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The Age
More than 16,000 homes in the ACT have rooftop solarMore than 1.5 million Australian homes now have rooftop solar panels. Photo: Gl
More than 16,000 homes in the ACT have rooftop solar
The Age / Posted yesterday
More than 1.5 million Australian homes now have rooftop solar panels. Photo: Glenn Hunt And the number of Australian homes with rooftop solar is now more than 1.5 million. In Canberra, the post code with the most rooftop solar panels is 2615, which... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Adani's coal roadblocks could 'deter' Indian investment, says minister Piyush GoyalIndian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adan
Adani's coal roadblocks could 'deter' Indian investment, says minister Piyush Goyal
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Indian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adani Enterprises coal project in the Galilee basin are not overcome, the country's Minister of State for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy has warned. Piyush Goyal, an... Read more
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WA Today
Adani's coal roadblocks could 'deter' Indian investment, says minister Piyush GoyalIndian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adan
Adani's coal roadblocks could 'deter' Indian investment, says minister Piyush Goyal
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Indian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adani Enterprises coal project in the Galilee basin are not overcome, the country's Minister of State for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy has warned. Piyush Goyal, an... Read more
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The Age
Adani's coal roadblocks could 'deter' Indian investment, says minister Piyush GoyalIndian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adan
Adani's coal roadblocks could 'deter' Indian investment, says minister Piyush Goyal
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Indian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adani Enterprises coal project in the Galilee basin are not overcome, the country's Minister of State for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy has warned. Piyush Goyal, an... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Adani's coal roadblocks could 'deter' Indian investment, says minister Piyush GoyalIndian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adan
Adani's coal roadblocks could 'deter' Indian investment, says minister Piyush Goyal
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Indian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adani Enterprises coal project in the Galilee basin are not overcome, the country's Minister of State for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy has warned. Piyush Goyal, an... Read more
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Canberra Times
Adani's coal roadblocks could 'deter' Indian investment, says minister Piyush GoyalIndian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adan
Adani's coal roadblocks could 'deter' Indian investment, says minister Piyush Goyal
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Indian investment in Australia could be deterred if obstacles to the giant Adani Enterprises coal project in the Galilee basin are not overcome, the country's Minister of State for Power, Coal, New and Renewable Energy has warned. Piyush Goyal, an... Read more
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The Age
Virgin Australia caught up in ash cloud and hedging betsVirgin lost $19 million after cancelling flights to and from Bali. Photo: Glenn
Virgin Australia caught up in ash cloud and hedging bets
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Virgin lost $19 million after cancelling flights to and from Bali. Photo: Glenn Hunt Two words that Virgin Australia boss John Borghetti doesn't want to hear: Bali and hedging. The recurrent ash clouds from volcanic activity and the disruption to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Virgin Australia caught up in ash cloud and hedging betsVirgin lost $19 million after cancelling flights to and from Bali. Photo: Glenn
Virgin Australia caught up in ash cloud and hedging bets
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Virgin lost $19 million after cancelling flights to and from Bali. Photo: Glenn Hunt Two words that Virgin Australia boss John Borghetti doesn't want to hear: Bali and hedging. The recurrent ash clouds from volcanic activity and the disruption to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Surfers Paradise sex assault: Accused 'not an adult'A teenager has been accused of sexually assaulting eight young women in the wat
Surfers Paradise sex assault: Accused 'not an adult'
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
A teenager has been accused of sexually assaulting eight young women in the water at Surfers Paradise. Photo: Glenn Hunt An Afghan-born teenager accused of sexually assaulting eight young females in surf at a Gold Coast beach claims he is 16, not... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths punting on private label brands for David JonesThe first big changes to the David Jones range will emerge next month. Photo: G
Woolworths punting on private label brands for David Jones
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
The first big changes to the David Jones range will emerge next month. Photo: Glenn Hunt David Jones ambassador Jessica Gomes will soon be facing off against Joan Smalls, one of the world's highest paid models, when the department store chain's new... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
More than 16,000 homes in the ACT have rooftop solarMore than 1.5 million Australian homes now have rooftop solar panels. Photo: Gl
More than 16,000 homes in the ACT have rooftop solar
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
More than 1.5 million Australian homes now have rooftop solar panels. Photo: Glenn Hunt And the number of Australian homes with rooftop solar is now more than 1.5 million. In Canberra, the post code with the most rooftop solar panels is 2615, which... Read more
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WA Today
More than 16,000 homes in the ACT have rooftop solarAnd the number of Australian homes with rooftop solar is now more than 1.5 mill
More than 16,000 homes in the ACT have rooftop solar
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
And the number of Australian homes with rooftop solar is now more than 1.5 million. More than 1.5 million Australian homes now have rooftop solar panels. Photo: Glenn Hunt In Canberra, the post code with the most rooftop solar panels is 2615, which... Read more
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Canberra Times
More than 16,000 homes in the ACT have rooftop solarMore than 1.5 million Australian homes now have rooftop solar panels. Photo: Gl
More than 16,000 homes in the ACT have rooftop solar
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
More than 1.5 million Australian homes now have rooftop solar panels. Photo: Glenn Hunt And the number of Australian homes with rooftop solar is now more than 1.5 million. In Canberra, the post code with the most rooftop solar panels is 2615, which... Read more
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Canberra Times
Commonwealth Bank facing some headwinds, say analystsBanking analysts have given Commonwealth Bank of Australia's interim results th
Commonwealth Bank facing some headwinds, say analysts
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Banking analysts have given Commonwealth Bank of Australia's interim results the thumbs up but have highlighted "soft" capital generation, higher costs, and ongoing margin pressures as issues to watch. CBA's $4.6 billion first half profit should... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Commonwealth Bank facing some headwinds, say analystsBanking analysts have given Commonwealth Bank of Australia's interim results th
Commonwealth Bank facing some headwinds, say analysts
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Banking analysts have given Commonwealth Bank of Australia's interim results the thumbs up but have highlighted "soft" capital generation, higher costs, and ongoing margin pressures as issues to watch. CBA's $4.6 billion first half profit should... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Commonwealth Bank facing some headwinds, say analystsBanking analysts have given Commonwealth Bank of Australia's interim results th
Commonwealth Bank facing some headwinds, say analysts
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Banking analysts have given Commonwealth Bank of Australia's interim results the thumbs up but have highlighted "soft" capital generation, higher costs, and ongoing margin pressures as issues to watch. CBA's $4.6 billion first half profit should... Read more
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WA Today
Commonwealth Bank facing some headwinds, say analystsBanking analysts have given Commonwealth Bank of Australia's interim results th
Commonwealth Bank facing some headwinds, say analysts
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Banking analysts have given Commonwealth Bank of Australia's interim results the thumbs up but have highlighted "soft" capital generation, higher costs, and ongoing margin pressures as issues to watch. CBA's $4.6 billion first half profit should... Read more
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The Age
Commonwealth Bank facing some headwinds, say analystsBanking analysts have given Commonwealth Bank of Australia's interim results th
Commonwealth Bank facing some headwinds, say analysts
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Banking analysts have given Commonwealth Bank of Australia's interim results the thumbs up but have highlighted "soft" capital generation, higher costs, and ongoing margin pressures as issues to watch. CBA's $4.6 billion first half profit should... Read more
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Canberra Times
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surgeVirgin Australia has returned to a first-half profit. Photo: Glenn Hunt Virgin
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surge
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Virgin Australia has returned to a first-half profit. Photo: Glenn Hunt Virgin Australia Holdings nearly doubled earnings in its domestic division in the first half of the financial year as a result of its ability to charge 9.1 per cent more for the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surgeVirgin Australia has returned to a first-half profit. Photo: Glenn Hunt Virgin
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surge
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Virgin Australia has returned to a first-half profit. Photo: Glenn Hunt Virgin Australia Holdings nearly doubled earnings in its domestic division in the first half of the financial year as a result of its ability to charge 9.1 per cent more for the... Read more
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The Age
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surgeVirgin Australia has returned to a first-half profit. Photo: Glenn Hunt Virgin
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surge
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Virgin Australia has returned to a first-half profit. Photo: Glenn Hunt Virgin Australia Holdings nearly doubled earnings in its domestic division in the first half of the financial year as a result of its ability to charge 9.1 per cent more for the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surgeVirgin Australia has returned to a first-half profit. Photo: Glenn Hunt Virgin
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surge
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Virgin Australia has returned to a first-half profit. Photo: Glenn Hunt Virgin Australia Holdings nearly doubled earnings in its domestic division in the first half of the financial year as a result of its ability to charge 9.1 per cent more for the... Read more
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WA Today
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surgeVirgin Australia Holdings nearly doubled earnings in its domestic division in t
Virgin Australia profits rise as domestic fares surge
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Virgin Australia Holdings nearly doubled earnings in its domestic division in the first half of the financial year as a result of its ability to charge 9.1 per cent more for the average airfare as it attracted more corporate and government... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Queensland Police introduce LGBTI support network for employeesUniformed Queensland Police marched in the Brisbane Pride Festival for the firs
Queensland Police introduce LGBTI support network for employees
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
Uniformed Queensland Police marched in the Brisbane Pride Festival for the first time in 2015. Photo: Glenn Hunt Sexual and gender diversity within the thin blue line has received a boost with the introduction of the Queensland Police Service... Read more
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The Age
ANZ goes with Visa, Amex on digital walletANZ bank became the last of the major banks to offer a digital wallet, on Wedne
ANZ goes with Visa, Amex on digital wallet
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
ANZ bank became the last of the major banks to offer a digital wallet, on Wednesday. Photo: Glenn Hunt Visa appears to have won over two of the major banks from its main rival MasterCard, as ANZ went with the provider in its move as the last of the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Grace Grace doubts lock-out laws' impact on youth unemploymentWhile Queensland's employment minister could not guarantee no nightclubs would
Grace Grace doubts lock-out laws' impact on youth unemployment
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
While Queensland's employment minister could not guarantee no nightclubs would close under the government's proposed lock-out laws, Grace Grace said she did not believe the legislation would contribute to youth unemployment. Ms Grace, who, as the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Why making too much money is a problem for WooliesMaking too much money is a problem for Woolworths. Photo: Glenn Hunt Woolworth
Why making too much money is a problem for Woolies
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Making too much money is a problem for Woolworths. Photo: Glenn Hunt Woolworths has a problem. Well, judging by the closure of Masters, a new advertising brief, and reports that it might shutter some of its upmarket Thomas Dux stores, perhaps more... Read more
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WA Today
Scrap private health government rebates: WA expertMurdoch University Head of Health Policy Franceso Paolucci says the public-priv
Scrap private health government rebates: WA expert
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
Murdoch University Head of Health Policy Franceso Paolucci says the public-private health funding mix in Australia is unlike any other country in the world - and that's not a compliment. Photo: Supplied A West Australian health policy expert has... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Dodgy Sydney builder Paul Logan ordered to pay $90,475 for fleecing customersMark Bailey* trusted Sydney builder Paul Logan to renovate the kitchen and laun
Dodgy Sydney builder Paul Logan ordered to pay $90,475 for fleecing customers
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
Mark Bailey* trusted Sydney builder Paul Logan to renovate the kitchen and laundry in his new North Bondi pad for $7200, having conducted a licence check. Over the next month the banking professional forwarded $5900 to Mr Logan, who kept making... Read more
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WA Today
Dodgy Sydney builder Paul Logan ordered to pay $90,475 for fleecing customersMark Bailey* trusted Sydney builder Paul Logan to renovate the kitchen and laun
Dodgy Sydney builder Paul Logan ordered to pay $90,475 for fleecing customers
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
Mark Bailey* trusted Sydney builder Paul Logan to renovate the kitchen and laundry in his new North Bondi pad for $7200, having conducted a licence check. Over the next month the banking professional forwarded $5900 to Mr Logan, who kept making... Read more
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The Age
Dodgy Sydney builder Paul Logan ordered to pay $90,475 for fleecing customersMark Bailey* trusted Sydney builder Paul Logan to renovate the kitchen and laun
Dodgy Sydney builder Paul Logan ordered to pay $90,475 for fleecing customers
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Mark Bailey* trusted Sydney builder Paul Logan to renovate the kitchen and laundry in his new North Bondi pad for $7200, having conducted a licence check. Over the next month the banking professional forwarded $5900 to Mr Logan, who kept making... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dodgy Sydney builder Paul Logan ordered to pay $90,475 for fleecing customersMark Bailey* trusted Sydney builder Paul Logan to renovate the kitchen and laun
Dodgy Sydney builder Paul Logan ordered to pay $90,475 for fleecing customers
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Mark Bailey* trusted Sydney builder Paul Logan to renovate the kitchen and laundry in his new North Bondi pad for $7200, having conducted a licence check. Over the next month the banking professional forwarded $5900 to Mr Logan, who kept making... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dodgy Sydney builder Paul Logan ordered to pay $90,475 for fleecing customersMark Bailey* trusted Sydney builder Paul Logan to renovate the kitchen and laun
Dodgy Sydney builder Paul Logan ordered to pay $90,475 for fleecing customers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Mark Bailey* trusted Sydney builder Paul Logan to renovate the kitchen and laundry in his new North Bondi pad for $7200, having conducted a licence check. Over the next month the banking professional forwarded $5900 to Mr Logan, who kept making... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Nickel price bloodbath in WA as Mincor, Panoramic announce closuresQueensland Nickel's refinery in Townsville. Photo: Glenn Hunt The sustained de
Nickel price bloodbath in WA as Mincor, Panoramic announce closures
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Queensland Nickel's refinery in Townsville. Photo: Glenn Hunt The sustained decline in the nickel price has forced three more West Australian operations into suspension at the cost of more than 100 jobs, as the toll of the price crash mounts. On... Read more
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Brisbane Times
25 artists take on 50 walls across Brisbane's inner-cityLincoln Savage and David Don, directors of the Brisbane Street Art Festival, wi
25 artists take on 50 walls across Brisbane's inner-city
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
Lincoln Savage and David Don, directors of the Brisbane Street Art Festival, with artist Joel Fergie. Photo: Glenn Hunt Brisbane's first street art festival is now under way a week after the city's local government took a prominent street artist to... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Go Between Bridge toll should go if cars banned from Victoria Bridge: RACQThe RACQ says the Go Between Bridge (foreground) should be made toll free if th
Go Between Bridge toll should go if cars banned from Victoria Bridge: RACQ
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
The RACQ says the Go Between Bridge (foreground) should be made toll free if the Victoria Bridge becomes a car-free zone. Photo: Glenn Hunt Queensland's peak motoring body says plans to remove general traffic lanes on Brisbane's Victoria Bridge to... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The South Coast Regional Wrap | Friday, February 5, 2016Morning headlines from around regional Australia and beyond. Good morning, and
The South Coast Regional Wrap | Friday, February 5, 2016
Kiama Independent / Posted 8 days ago
Morning headlines from around regional Australia and beyond. Good morning, and welcome to Friday? Kick it off with a spin through the headlines from around regional Australia and beyond. 8.32am: That's a wrap for this morning. Remember to check in... Read more
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The Young Witness
Friday, February 5, 2016Morning headlines from around regional Australia and beyond. Good morning, and
Friday, February 5, 2016
The Young Witness / Posted 8 days ago
Morning headlines from around regional Australia and beyond. Good morning, and welcome to the Southern Inlands Brekky Blog. Each morning we'll keep you up to date with what's happening around the region, including the latest local news as it breaks... Read more
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