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2015/06/30 04:26
2015/06/30 04:26
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Work harassment based on sexual orientation more common than expected, study finds A new study into sexual harassment in the workplace has revealed a higher number of men are being targeted than...
2015/06/30 04:26
2015/06/30 04:26
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2015/06/25 19:58
2015/06/25 19:58
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IT'S often been said that if aliens arrived on earth and saw people walking their dogs, they'd assume the canines were the superior beings. After all, we often walk behind them, and then when they...
2015/06/25 13:56
2015/06/25 13:56
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... Melbourne families will be getting a new home appliance: a 3D printer that prints chocolate according to how much they excercise. According to Mashable, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology...
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2015/06/21 17:02
2015/06/21 17:02
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All of a sudden I got this nagging fear that we are truly going to be left behind by Vietnam. Not only is the former war torn country beating us in the attraction of foreign direct investments, now...
2015/06/18 01:06
2015/06/18 01:06
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The Australian dollar is higher, buoyed by weakness in the US dollar which fell after the US Federal Reserve's meeting failed to spell out the timing of an interest rate hike. At 0700 AEST on...
2015/06/17 06:58
2015/06/17 06:58
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The Australian sharemarket closed more than 1 per cent higher on a resurgent financial sector, after beaten-down blue-chip stocks fell to a heavily discounted level. At the 4.15pm (AEST) official...
2015/06/17 04:10
2015/06/17 04:10
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Australia's economy is slowing, but that doesn't mean another Reserve Bank interest rate cut is on the cards. Westpac senior economist Matthew Hassan said the bank's key indicator for economic growth...
2015/06/17 02:20
2015/06/17 02:20
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An artist's impression of the proposed development at 386-412 William Street. Photo: A $450-million twin tower project overlooking the Flagstaff Gardens and Queen Victoria Market has won approval...
2015/06/16 05:12
2015/06/16 05:12
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... was the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in May, down from the previous month's 6.1 per cent. The labour force participation rate was steady at 64.7 per cent. … was the level of the...
2015/06/15 14:46
2015/06/15 14:46
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A QUIET battle lingering over the South China Sea just got a whole lot more dangerous after reports China tested hypersonic glide vehicles capable of carrying nuclear weapons. The weapon is extremely...
2015/06/15 05:26
2015/06/15 05:26
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ELEANOR HALL: An analysis of two decades worth of workplace data has found that older Australians are working longer. It's particularly true for women over 60 - their participation rate has...
2015/06/12 03:37
2015/06/12 03:37
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CONFIDENCE among NSW small business owners continues to wane as they shelve growth plans and delay hiring new staff. Despite confidence falling, it remains in positive territory and most small...
2015/06/11 07:08
2015/06/11 07:08
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A device the size of a nicotine patch could soon tell when you've spent too long exposed to the sun and need to take a break. Researchers at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in...
2015/06/11 02:44
2015/06/11 02:44
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A Westpac-Melbourne Institute survey showed consumer confidence declined sharply in June, falling by 6.9%. The index tumbled from a recent high of 102.4 points in May, to 95.3 points this month. The...
2015/06/11 00:12
2015/06/11 00:12
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Declining consumer confidence after a brief post-budget spike has re-ignited concerns about flatlining growth adding new urgency to calls for the Abbott government to do more including through new...
2015/06/10 20:16
2015/06/10 20:16
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THE unemployment rate is expected to have remained steady in May, with job cuts in the coal and iron ore sectors keeping a lid on jobs growth. The number of Australians with jobs is forecast to have...
2015/06/10 12:28
2015/06/10 12:28
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Asian markets outside India and Australia traded lower on 10 June amid choppy trade. The Japanese Nikkei finished 0.25%, or 49.94 points, lower at 20,046.36. The Shanghai Composite finished 0.15%,...
2015/06/10 06:55
2015/06/10 06:55
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A bounce in resources stocks has dragged the bourse slightly higher after a volatile day of trade, sparing the Australian sharemarket from posting what would have been its worst losing streak in five...
2015/06/10 06:50
2015/06/10 06:50
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In late local trade, the Aussie was fetching US77.31¢, up on the US76.91¢ at the same time on Tuesday. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Australian dollar on Wednesday gyrated wildly after comments from the Bank...
2015/06/10 06:10
2015/06/10 06:10
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The warm glow that consumers got from the positive federal budget has faded fast, in fact, it hasn't even lasted a month. The government's business-friendly budget put a smile on the face of...
2015/06/30 04:26
2015/06/30 04:26
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