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The Age
Aussie Signs fined $250,000 over deadly Swanston Street wall collapseFiremen and workers dig through the debris after the wall collapse in March 201
Aussie Signs fined $250,000 over deadly Swanston Street wall collapse
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Firemen and workers dig through the debris after the wall collapse in March 2013. Photo: Ken Irwin A signage company has been fined $250,000 for its role in the Swanston Street wall collapse that killed three pedestrians in Melbourne. Aussie Signs,... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Carol Anne EkdahlCarol was born November 27, 1942 in Champion, Michigan to the late Edward and C
Carol Anne Ekdahl
The Mining Journal / Posted 4 days ago
Carol was born November 27, 1942 in Champion, Michigan to the late Edward and Catherine (Snyder) Plankey. She was a life-long Champion resident. She was a 1961 graduate of Champion High School. Carol married Gerald Ekdahl on April 4, 1964. She was a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Big banks winning fight over owner-occupier loansOut of the 10 biggest banks below the Big Four, ME Bank had the second-fastest
Big banks winning fight over owner-occupier loans
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
Out of the 10 biggest banks below the Big Four, ME Bank had the second-fastest growing investor loan book in 2015 after Macquarie Bank. Photo: Ken Irwin The major banks are beating their smaller rivals in the switch to owner-occupier borrowers, as... Read more
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Canberra Times
Big banks winning fight over owner-occupier loansOut of the 10 biggest banks below the Big Four, ME Bank had the second-fastest
Big banks winning fight over owner-occupier loans
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
Out of the 10 biggest banks below the Big Four, ME Bank had the second-fastest growing investor loan book in 2015 after Macquarie Bank. Photo: Ken Irwin The major banks are beating their smaller rivals in the switch to owner-occupier borrowers, as... Read more
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The Age
Big banks winning fight over owner-occupier loansOut of the 10 biggest banks below the Big Four, ME Bank had the second-fastest
Big banks winning fight over owner-occupier loans
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Out of the 10 biggest banks below the Big Four, ME Bank had the second-fastest growing investor loan book in 2015 after Macquarie Bank. Photo: Ken Irwin The major banks are beating their smaller rivals in the switch to owner-occupier borrowers, as... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Big banks winning fight over owner-occupier loansOut of the 10 biggest banks below the Big Four, ME Bank had the second-fastest
Big banks winning fight over owner-occupier loans
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Out of the 10 biggest banks below the Big Four, ME Bank had the second-fastest growing investor loan book in 2015 after Macquarie Bank. Photo: Ken Irwin The major banks are beating their smaller rivals in the switch to owner-occupier borrowers, as... Read more
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The Age
Sign company claims 'lesser' role than Grocon in Carlton wall collapseFiremen and workers frantically dig in the rubble of the fallen wall in March 2
Sign company claims 'lesser' role than Grocon in Carlton wall collapse
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Firemen and workers frantically dig in the rubble of the fallen wall in March 2013. Three people died when the structure fell on them. Photo: Ken Irwin A signage company charged over the fatal Swanston Street wall collapse says it should be held... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW Police accused of targeting poorer drivers by omitting cocaine swab from roadside testsA saliva swab being taken. Photo: Ken Irwin The NSW Police stands accused of t
NSW Police accused of targeting poorer drivers by omitting cocaine swab from roadside tests
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
A saliva swab being taken. Photo: Ken Irwin The NSW Police stands accused of targeting poorer people by choosing not to test for substances preferred by wealthier sections of society such as cocaine. The police, who are greatly increasing the use... Read more
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Canberra Times
Master reverse Feng Shui to nab a bargain in competitive housing marketFollowers of Feng Shui believe the number four is bad luck. Photo: Ken Irwin T
Master reverse Feng Shui to nab a bargain in competitive housing market
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
Followers of Feng Shui believe the number four is bad luck. Photo: Ken Irwin Tip: House hunters competing with Chinese buyers should study Feng Shui so they can do the opposite. Chinese areas have also experienced strong growth in recent years,... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne Archbishop Denis Hart gives green light to gay couples at Catholic school formalsArchbishop Denis Hart has urged schools to be sensitive and respectful to stude
Melbourne Archbishop Denis Hart gives green light to gay couples at Catholic school formals
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
Archbishop Denis Hart has urged schools to be sensitive and respectful to students who wished to bring a same-sex date to the formal. Photo: Ken Irwin KEN Students at Victoria's Catholic high schools who might be thinking of bringing a same-sex... Read more
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The Age
Catholic Church spent millions providing for paedophile priestsThe Catholic archdiocese of Melbourne is still financially supporting six forme
Catholic Church spent millions providing for paedophile priests
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
The Catholic archdiocese of Melbourne is still financially supporting six former priests who have been convicted for committing sex crimes against children. Photo: AP The Catholic Church has spent millions of dollars providing pensions, housing, and... Read more
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