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Canberra Times
Target to slash range and cut priceswould be up to $1.3 billion. Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3
Target to slash range and cut prices
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
would be up to $1.3 billion. Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target chain. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The product range will be slashed from about 100,000 units to 50,000 and as much as $200 million in... Read more
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The Age
Target to slash range and cut pricesWesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target ch
Target to slash range and cut prices
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target chain. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Wesfarmers department store chief Guy Russo will halve Target's product lines and drive down prices to restore the discount chain to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Target to slash range and cut pricesWesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target ch
Target to slash range and cut prices
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target chain. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Wesfarmers department store chief Guy Russo will halve Target's product lines and drive down prices to restore the discount chain to... Read more
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The Age
Former bikie enforcer Toby Mitchell fails in bid to walk free from courtToby Mitchell at a previous court appearance. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones One
Former bikie enforcer Toby Mitchell fails in bid to walk free from court
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Toby Mitchell at a previous court appearance. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones One-time bikie hard man Toby Mitchell has failed in his bid to walk free from jail, despite federal police dropping drug-trafficking charges against him. Instead, Mitchell... Read more
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The Age
Morgan Stanley expects Wesfarmers to cut dividendcut its EPS forecast for Wesfarmers by 7 per cent and expects it will cut divid
Morgan Stanley expects Wesfarmers to cut dividend
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
cut its EPS forecast for Wesfarmers by 7 per cent and expects it will cut dividend 10 per cent this financial year. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Morgan Stanley is the latest to sour on Wesfarmers tipping that the conglomerate will have to slash... Read more
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The Age
Rachel Carling-Jenkins' bid to wind back Victorian abortion laws failsLegislative Council. Victoria's Legislative Council debates the bill to decrim
Rachel Carling-Jenkins' bid to wind back Victorian abortion laws fails
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Legislative Council. Victoria's Legislative Council debates the bill to decriminalise abortion in October 2008. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones However, Ms Carling-Jenkins told parliament she would not let the matter rest. "This debate is not... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Target turnaround plunges chain into the redfrom Geelong to Melbourne. Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 b
Target turnaround plunges chain into the red
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
from Geelong to Melbourne. Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target chain. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones It's also booked a non-cash impairment of up to $1.3 billion, which Wesfarmers claims reflects the... Read more
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WA Today
Target turnaround plunges chain into the redfrom Geelong to Melbourne. Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 b
Target turnaround plunges chain into the red
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
from Geelong to Melbourne. Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target chain. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones It's also booked a non-cash impairment of up to $1.3 billion, which Wesfarmers claims reflects the... Read more
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The Age
Target turnaround plunges chain into the redWesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target ch
Target turnaround plunges chain into the red
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target chain. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Target's earnings will plunge into the red in the second half as owner Wesfarmers forges ahead with its turnaround plan for the troubled... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Target turnaround plunges chain into the redWesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target ch
Target turnaround plunges chain into the red
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target chain. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Target's earnings will plunge into the red in the second half as owner Wesfarmers forges ahead with its turnaround plan for the troubled... Read more
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4d
Canberra Times
Target turnaround plunges chain into the redfrom Geelong to Melbourne. Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 b
Target turnaround plunges chain into the red
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
from Geelong to Melbourne. Wesfarmers has booked an impairment of up to $1.3 billion against its Target chain. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones It's also booked a non-cash impairment of up to $1.3 billion, which Wesfarmers claims reflects the... Read more
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The Age
Sarah Cafferkey killer Steven Hunter 'played' parole system before murder, coroner findsHunter is led from court in 2013 after being sentenced to life in prison for mu
Sarah Cafferkey killer Steven Hunter 'played' parole system before murder, coroner finds
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Hunter is led from court in 2013 after being sentenced to life in prison for murdering Sarah Cafferkey. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Hunter is serving a jail term of life without parole. The inquest into Ms Cafferkey's death, held... Read more
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The Age
Sarah Cafferkey killer Steven Hunter 'played' parole system before murder, judge findsHunter is led from court in 2013 after being sentenced to life in prison for mu
Sarah Cafferkey killer Steven Hunter 'played' parole system before murder, judge finds
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Hunter is led from court in 2013 after being sentenced to life in prison for murdering Sarah Cafferkey. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Hunter is serving a jail term of life without parole. The inquest into Ms Cafferkey's death, held... Read more
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The Age
Adnan Karabegovic found not guilty of using 'terror manual'Adnan Karabegovic outside the Melbourne Magistrates' Court in 2013. Photo: Mich
Adnan Karabegovic found not guilty of using 'terror manual'
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
Adnan Karabegovic outside the Melbourne Magistrates' Court in 2013. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A Melbourne man has been found not guilty of using a "terrorist manual" to help him build a bomb to cause a catastrophic bushfire in Australia. The... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Axing the ABC's Fact Check unit is a disgracedetailed explanation. 'Overstated': Fact Check explains the detail behind Adam
Axing the ABC's Fact Check unit is a disgrace
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
detailed explanation. 'Overstated': Fact Check explains the detail behind Adam Bandt's Liberal preference comments. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Hang on. Shouldn't this be the bread and butter of our daily media? Well, yes. And it is. Political... Read more
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11d
The Age
It takes two to tango: boss used inappropriate languageA CEO was criticised for using inappropriate language before his employee calle
It takes two to tango: boss used inappropriate language
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
A CEO was criticised for using inappropriate language before his employee called him an "old c--t" Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A company chief executive has been criticised for using inappropriate language and for sacking a worker by text message... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
It takes two to tango: boss used inappropriate languageA CEO was criticised for using inappropriate language before his employee calle
It takes two to tango: boss used inappropriate language
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
A CEO was criticised for using inappropriate language before his employee called him an "old c--t" Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A company chief executive has been criticised for using inappropriate language and for sacking a worker by text message... Read more
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Canberra Times
It takes two to tango: boss used inappropriate languageto be unfair. A CEO was criticised for using inappropriate language before his
It takes two to tango: boss used inappropriate language
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
to be unfair. A CEO was criticised for using inappropriate language before his employee called him an "old c--t" Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "[I]t takes two to tango," said Fair Work Commission Deputy President Ingrid Asbury, who had "some... Read more
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Brisbane Times
It takes two to tango: boss used inappropriate languageto be unfair. A CEO was criticised for using inappropriate language before his
It takes two to tango: boss used inappropriate language
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
to be unfair. A CEO was criticised for using inappropriate language before his employee called him an "old c--t" Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "[I]t takes two to tango," said Fair Work Commission Deputy President Ingrid Asbury, who had "some... Read more
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WA Today
Axing the ABC's Fact Check unit is a disgracein caretaker mode. 'Overstated': Fact Check explains the detail behind Adam Ba
Axing the ABC's Fact Check unit is a disgrace
WA Today / Posted 11 days ago
in caretaker mode. 'Overstated': Fact Check explains the detail behind Adam Bandt's Liberal preference comments. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Labor leader Bill Shorten is judged "misleading" for suggesting the budget will take from working... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Axing the ABC's Fact Check unit is a disgracedon't "stack up". 'Overstated': Fact Check explains the detail behind Adam Ban
Axing the ABC's Fact Check unit is a disgrace
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
don't "stack up". 'Overstated': Fact Check explains the detail behind Adam Bandt's Liberal preference comments. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Labor leader Bill Shorten is judged "misleading" for suggesting the budget will take from working... Read more
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11d
Canberra Times
Axing the ABC's Fact Check unit is a disgracein caretaker mode. 'Overstated': Fact Check explains the detail behind Adam Ba
Axing the ABC's Fact Check unit is a disgrace
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
in caretaker mode. 'Overstated': Fact Check explains the detail behind Adam Bandt's Liberal preference comments. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Labor leader Bill Shorten is judged "misleading" for suggesting the budget will take from working... Read more
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The Age
Axing the ABC's Fact Check unit is a disgracedon't "stack up". 'Overstated': Fact Check explains the detail behind Adam Ban
Axing the ABC's Fact Check unit is a disgrace
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
don't "stack up". 'Overstated': Fact Check explains the detail behind Adam Bandt's Liberal preference comments. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Labor leader Bill Shorten is judged "misleading" for suggesting the budget will take from working... Read more
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12d
Sydney Morning Herald
CBA aware of forgery allegations as adviser continued to workissues: New documents reveal issues of suspected irregularities pertaining to M
CBA aware of forgery allegations as adviser continued to work
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
issues: New documents reveal issues of suspected irregularities pertaining to Mr Gillespie's dealing with cilents. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The Commonwealth Bank was aware of forgery allegations and the overcharging of clients by a senior... Read more
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Canberra Times
ASIC charges former Commonwealth Bank financial planner with forgerycustomers' signatures on application forms and other documents. ASIC has laid
ASIC charges former Commonwealth Bank financial planner with forgery
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
customers' signatures on application forms and other documents. ASIC has laid charges against a former CBA planner. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The Australian Securities and Investments Commission brought one rolled-up charge against Ricky David... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Employee who told boss to 'kiss my arse' was not unfairly sackedroster up his arse". It was alleged the boss pushed his chest into the technic
Employee who told boss to 'kiss my arse' was not unfairly sacked
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
roster up his arse". It was alleged the boss pushed his chest into the technician, who later said 'kiss my arse'. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A hydraulic hose technician employed at Steelcon Cava was involved in a scuffle with his boss after a... Read more
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WA Today
Employee who told boss to 'kiss my arse' was not unfairly sackedroster up his arse". It was alleged the boss pushed his chest into the technic
Employee who told boss to 'kiss my arse' was not unfairly sacked
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
roster up his arse". It was alleged the boss pushed his chest into the technician, who later said 'kiss my arse'. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A hydraulic hose technician employed at Steelcon Cava was involved in a scuffle with his boss after a... Read more
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The Age
Employee who told boss to 'kiss my arse' was not unfairly sackedIt was alleged the boss pushed his chest into the technician, who later said 'k
Employee who told boss to 'kiss my arse' was not unfairly sacked
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
It was alleged the boss pushed his chest into the technician, who later said 'kiss my arse'. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A worker who told his boss to "kiss my arse" lost an unfair dismissal case after the Fair Work Commission found he had resigned... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Employee who told boss to 'kiss my arse' was not unfairly sackedIt was alleged the boss pushed his chest into the technician, who later said 'k
Employee who told boss to 'kiss my arse' was not unfairly sacked
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
It was alleged the boss pushed his chest into the technician, who later said 'kiss my arse'. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A worker who told his boss to "kiss my arse" lost an unfair dismissal case after the Fair Work Commission found he had resigned... Read more
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Canberra Times
Employee who told boss to 'kiss my arse' was not unfairly sackedroster up his arse". It was alleged the boss pushed his chest into the technic
Employee who told boss to 'kiss my arse' was not unfairly sacked
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
roster up his arse". It was alleged the boss pushed his chest into the technician, who later said 'kiss my arse'. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A hydraulic hose technician employed at Steelcon Cava was involved in a scuffle with his boss after a... Read more
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The Age
ASIC charges Commonwealth Bank financial planner with forgeryASIC has laid charges against a former CBA planner. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jon
ASIC charges Commonwealth Bank financial planner with forgery
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
ASIC has laid charges against a former CBA planner. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The corporate watchdog has laid criminal charges against a former Commonwealth Bank financial planner, alleging he forged customers' signatures on application forms... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
ASIC charges Commonwealth Bank financial planner with forgeryASIC has laid charges against a former CBA planner. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jon
ASIC charges Commonwealth Bank financial planner with forgery
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
ASIC has laid charges against a former CBA planner. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The corporate watchdog has laid criminal charges against a former Commonwealth Bank financial planner, alleging he forged customers' signatures on application forms... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Kevan Gosper backs Beattie Games choiceGosper said Mr Beattie's appointment was similar to the role played by former N
Kevan Gosper backs Beattie Games choice
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
Gosper said Mr Beattie's appointment was similar to the role played by former New South Wales roads and Olympics minister Michael Knight, who went on to chair Sydney's 2000 Olympic Organising Committee. Sydney Olympics organising committee vice... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Jarryd Hayne no certainty for Fiji Rugby Sevens Olympic team after NFL retirementFormer ASADA Richard Ings has taken to Twitter over news Jarryd Hayne quit the
Jarryd Hayne no certainty for Fiji Rugby Sevens Olympic team after NFL retirement
Brisbane Times / Posted 14 days ago
Former ASADA Richard Ings has taken to Twitter over news Jarryd Hayne quit the NFL for a spot in an Olympics side. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Former ASADA boss Richard Ings tweeted that the NFL is not a WADA compliant sport, meaning Hayne would... Read more
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WA Today
Sports ICAC on the cardssummit in London on Thursday. Kevan Gosper admits the Olympic movement was slo
Sports ICAC on the cards
WA Today / Posted 18 days ago
summit in London on Thursday. Kevan Gosper admits the Olympic movement was slow to move on corruption Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Gosper also said that sporting leaders should be subjected to independent probity tests before they... Read more
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The Age
Sports ICAC on the cardsKevan Gosper admits the Olympic movement was slow to move on corruption Photo:
Sports ICAC on the cards
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
Kevan Gosper admits the Olympic movement was slow to move on corruption Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Veteran Australian sports administrator Kevan Gosper says he is open to the idea of an international ICAC-style body to keep watch over corruption... Read more
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The Age
Adnan Karabegovic's terror trial told al-Qaeda magazine had pictures of Sydney in flamesAdnan Karabegovic outside the Melbourne Magistrates' Court in 2013. Photo: Mich
Adnan Karabegovic's terror trial told al-Qaeda magazine had pictures of Sydney in flames
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
Adnan Karabegovic outside the Melbourne Magistrates' Court in 2013. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The al-Qaeda magazine Inspire was a "how-to-do-terror manual", containing articles with titles such as "Qualities of an urban assassin" and "The convoy... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Construction union claims 'unjust' treatment from Australian Federal Policegoes on in the community," union secretary Dave Noonan said. CFMEU national co
Construction union claims 'unjust' treatment from Australian Federal Police
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 days ago
goes on in the community," union secretary Dave Noonan said. CFMEU national construction secretary Dave Noonan. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "It's clear to us that senior officers of the Australian Federal Police are directing some kind of... Read more
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WA Today
Construction union claims 'unjust' treatment from Australian Federal Policegoes on in the community," union secretary Dave Noonan said. CFMEU national co
Construction union claims 'unjust' treatment from Australian Federal Police
WA Today / Posted 20 days ago
goes on in the community," union secretary Dave Noonan said. CFMEU national construction secretary Dave Noonan. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "It's clear to us that senior officers of the Australian Federal Police are directing some kind of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Construction union claims 'unjust' treatment from Australian Federal Policebecome more heavily involved in industrial relations matters. CFMEU national c
Construction union claims 'unjust' treatment from Australian Federal Police
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
become more heavily involved in industrial relations matters. CFMEU national construction secretary Dave Noonan. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "This is a bizarre use of AFP resources that ought to be used to deal with the serious criminality... Read more
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The Age
Construction union claims 'unjust' treatment from Australian Federal Policebecome more heavily involved in industrial relations matters. CFMEU national c
Construction union claims 'unjust' treatment from Australian Federal Police
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
become more heavily involved in industrial relations matters. CFMEU national construction secretary Dave Noonan. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "This is a bizarre use of AFP resources that ought to be used to deal with the serious criminality... Read more
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The Age
'Islam not on trial here' judge tells jury as would-be firebomber Adnan Karabegovic fronts courtAdnan Karabegovic outside the Melbourne Magistrates' Court in 2013. Photo: Mich
'Islam not on trial here' judge tells jury as would-be firebomber Adnan Karabegovic fronts court
The Age / Posted 20 days ago
Adnan Karabegovic outside the Melbourne Magistrates' Court in 2013. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A judge has warned a Supreme Court jury that a man accused of discussing making a bomb to start a bushfire as part of a terrorist plot was the one on... Read more
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The Age
Professor Allan Fels takes fight for fare from taxi inquiry to board of UberAllan Fels chaired a review into Victoria's taxi industry. Photo: Michael Clay
Professor Allan Fels takes fight for fare from taxi inquiry to board of Uber
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
Allan Fels chaired a review into Victoria's taxi industry. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The man who was once charged with saving Victoria's troubled taxi industry has taken a job with its nemesis - Uber. Professor Allan Fels​, who chaired the Taxi... Read more
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WA Today
Uber just hired Allan Felsis key to all these areas of public policy." Allan Fels chaired a review into
Uber just hired Allan Fels
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
is key to all these areas of public policy." Allan Fels chaired a review into Victoria's taxi industry. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Uber has raised $US8 billion ($10.5 billion) from investors and is valued at $US51 billion, according... Read more
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Canberra Times
Uber just hired Allan Felsis key to all these areas of public policy." Allan Fels chaired a review into
Uber just hired Allan Fels
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
is key to all these areas of public policy." Allan Fels chaired a review into Victoria's taxi industry. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Uber has raised $US8 billion ($10.5 billion) from investors and is valued at $US51 billion, according... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Uber just hired Allan Felsis key to all these areas of public policy." Allan Fels chaired a review into
Uber just hired Allan Fels
Brisbane Times / Posted 25 days ago
is key to all these areas of public policy." Allan Fels chaired a review into Victoria's taxi industry. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Uber has raised $US8 billion ($10.5 billion) from investors and is valued at $US51 billion, according... Read more
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The Age
Uber just hired Allan Felsby receiving equity in the business, a spokesman said. Allan Fels chaired a re
Uber just hired Allan Fels
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
by receiving equity in the business, a spokesman said. Allan Fels chaired a review into Victoria's taxi industry. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "For decades, transportation policy has played second fiddle to the likes of the economy, education... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Uber just hired Allan Felsby receiving equity in the business, a spokesman said. Allan Fels chaired a re
Uber just hired Allan Fels
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
by receiving equity in the business, a spokesman said. Allan Fels chaired a review into Victoria's taxi industry. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "For decades, transportation policy has played second fiddle to the likes of the economy, education... Read more
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WA Today
Budget 2016: $40 cigarettes will force smokers into black market claims tobacco industrywill cost nearly $2 by 2020, contains 0.8 of a gram of tobacco. Illicit cigare
Budget 2016: $40 cigarettes will force smokers into black market claims tobacco industry
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
will cost nearly $2 by 2020, contains 0.8 of a gram of tobacco. Illicit cigarettes purchased in a Melbourne suburb. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones According to the "Price of Weed" website a gram of medium-strength marijuana can be bought for $15 in... Read more
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The Age
$40 cigarettes will force smokers into black market claims tobacco industryof increasing their share of the $14 billion industry. Illicit cigarettes purc
$40 cigarettes will force smokers into black market claims tobacco industry
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
of increasing their share of the $14 billion industry. Illicit cigarettes purchased in a Melbourne suburb. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The stepped excise rise will push a pack of cigarettes from $25 today to an estimated $41 by 2020. A... Read more
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