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2015/03/28 06:12
2015/03/28 06:12
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After dealing in Melbourne shops, offices, flats and mansions, the Minogue family have quietly invested in the unusual property class of storage units. After dealing in Melbourne shops, offices,...
2015/03/28 06:12
2015/03/28 06:12
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2015/03/27 12:43
2015/03/27 12:43
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As spring blooms, people in the Northeast and Midwest look forward to spending more time outdoors—which also means plotting ways to avoid the disease carrying black-legged deer tick. This year new...
2015/03/27 06:55
2015/03/27 06:55
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Plenty to watch in the lead up to Easter It may be a holiday-shortened week but there is still plenty to focus on this week. In Australia a number of top-tier economic indicators are released. Also...
2015/03/26 14:12
2015/03/26 14:12
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THE $2 million Ballan hospital redevelopment is nearing completion, with the first patients set to walk through the doors of the state-of-the art facility in mid-November. THE $2 million Ballan...
2015/03/23 00:26
2015/03/23 00:26
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Victorian TAFE system under 'significant threat' from budget cuts: union The Australian Education Union says half of Victoria's TAFE colleges are running at a loss because of government funding...
2015/03/20 20:25
2015/03/20 20:25
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STEADY dwelling-value growth combined with a strong rebound in consumer confidence has encouraged the Reserve Bank of Australia to leave the cash rate on hold. At Tuesday's board meeting, the RBA...
2015/03/20 07:55
2015/03/20 07:55
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This week has seen some evidence that the Australian economy may be starting to regain some of the momentum lost over 2014. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute Leading Index registered a lift in February...
2015/03/18 01:46
2015/03/18 01:46
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Westpac said the figure was the first above-trend result since January 2014. Photo: AFP Australia's growth rate should pick up towards the end of this year, according to the Westpac-Melbourne...
2015/03/17 23:55
2015/03/17 23:55
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The Australian sharemarket edged lower at the open, following Wall Street's downbeat lead as continued weakness in oil and iron ore prices dragged on resources stocks. At the 10.15am (AEDT) official...
2015/03/17 23:05
2015/03/17 23:05
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The Australian market looks set to open flat after Wall Street pared declines before the Federal Reserve's interest rate decision with tech stocks gains offset by commodity producers falls. At 0645...
2015/03/17 12:13
2015/03/17 12:13
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Students flock to London to study in the world’s creative capital and earn that status. Unfortunately, they are also flocking to architecture schools that are, unlike London’s fashion and fine art...
2015/03/17 11:03
2015/03/17 11:03
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A team of Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) researchers believe they've found the secret to better phone cameras: teeny, tiny nano-earthquakes. To be exact, they've discovered that...
Read more at Engadget, ExtremeTech
2015/03/16 10:18
2015/03/16 10:18
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Gas sensing capsules to assess the state of things inside your gut and send the data to your smartphone before passing through your digestive system could soon be available thanks to a team of...
2015/03/15 19:24
2015/03/15 19:24
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MONDAY, March 16 Sydney 0900 AEDT - Speech by Reserve Bank of Australia assistant governor for financial markets Guy Debelle at the KangaNews DCM Summit Gold Coast 1100 AEDT - Retail Food Group...
Read more at Brisbane Times, The Age
2015/03/13 14:37
2015/03/13 14:37
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Could your farts reveal if you have cancer? Few people have particularly good feelings towards farts. They’re unpleasant, embarrassing and tend to pop out at the very worst moment. But farts may be...
2015/03/13 08:55
2015/03/13 08:55
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The Westpac–Melbourne Institute Index of Consumer Sentiment declined by 1.2 per cent in March from 100.7 in February to 99.5 in March. Some softening in sentiment was always likely in March given the...
2015/03/12 17:25
2015/03/12 17:25
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Electrical engineer Kourosh Kalantar-Zadeh calls the stinking mixture puddled in jars inside his laboratory "fecal inocula." The jars of fresh poop are instrumental to his research at the Royal...
2015/03/11 23:20
2015/03/11 23:20
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Tech students at Australian universities will be able to travel to China under a partnership announced between Huawei and the Australian Technology Network of Universities (ATN). Under the three-year...
2015/03/11 08:26
2015/03/11 08:26
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Local markets fare better than Wall Street despite mining stocks leading to 0.5 per cent slump The share market went into reverse today with mining stocks again doing the most damage. The All...
2015/03/11 07:10
2015/03/11 07:10
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The Australian dollar has broken below 76 US cents to fresh six-year lows amid a surging greenback and further signs that the Reserve Bank may need to cut interest rates again. At 1700 AEDT on...
2015/03/28 06:12
2015/03/28 06:12
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