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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 18 hours 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 yesterday
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 yesterday
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 yesterday
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 yesterday
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 yesterday
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 yesterday
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 yesterday
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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Sydney Morning Herald
$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
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
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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Canberra Times
$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
$40 cigarettes will force smokers into black market claims tobacco industry
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
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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Brisbane Times
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
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
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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3d
Brisbane Times
Going postal: Why I'm dropping Australia Postsee. The contract to deliver, for which payment has been made, was with the sen
Going postal: Why I'm dropping Australia Post
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
see. The contract to deliver, for which payment has been made, was with the sender. Australia Post CEO Ahmed Fahour. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones You can't forcibly create a contract for which payment is demanded just by holding onto somebody's... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Come in, spinner. Taxpayers to fork out for $300,000 a year spin doctordoctors first. The Murrumbeena Road level crossing, the removal of which may r
Come in, spinner. Taxpayers to fork out for $300,000 a year spin doctor
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
doctors first. The Murrumbeena Road level crossing, the removal of which may require the services of a spin doctor. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The ink on Tim Pallas' budget papers was barely dry when ads went online for a "director of strategic... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Come in, spinner. Taxpayers to fork out for $300,000 a year spin doctorThe Murrumbeena Road level crossing, the removal of which may require the servi
Come in, spinner. Taxpayers to fork out for $300,000 a year spin doctor
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
The Murrumbeena Road level crossing, the removal of which may require the services of a spin doctor. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Victoria's budget surplus is the envy of governments around the country – a $1.9 billion war chest that will surge to... Read more
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The Age
'She often left work in tears': Murdered grandmother had problems with business partner, court toldBrenda Goudge's family in the backyard of her home. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jone
'She often left work in tears': Murdered grandmother had problems with business partner, court told
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
Brenda Goudge's family in the backyard of her home. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A murdered Melbourne grandmother had problems with her business partner and the prime suspect in her death, a court has heard. Brenda Goudge, 61, and former policeman... Read more
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The Age
Murdered Melbourne grandmother quarelled with business partners, inquest hearsBrenda Goudge's family in the backyard of her home. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jone
Murdered Melbourne grandmother quarelled with business partners, inquest hears
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
Brenda Goudge's family in the backyard of her home. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A former policeman previously named as the prime suspect in the murder of a Melbourne businesswoman and grandmother changed his alibi story in the days after her death,... Read more
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10d
The Age
Purple reigns as Melbourne bids Prince farewell in laneway wake with 57 balloonswere flowing on and off the stage. Prince fans swamp Bennetts Lane in the hope
Purple reigns as Melbourne bids Prince farewell in laneway wake with 57 balloons
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
were flowing on and off the stage. Prince fans swamp Bennetts Lane in the hope of glimpsing their idol in 2003. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones Long-time resident manager Meg Evans used the simplest of decorations: 57 purple balloons – for each... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Purple reigns as Melbourne bids Prince farewell in laneway wake with 57 balloonswere flowing on and off the stage. Prince fans swamp Bennetts Lane in the hope
Purple reigns as Melbourne bids Prince farewell in laneway wake with 57 balloons
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
were flowing on and off the stage. Prince fans swamp Bennetts Lane in the hope of glimpsing their idol in 2003. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones Long-time resident manager Meg Evans used the simplest of decorations: 57 purple balloons – for each... Read more
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Canberra Times
Purple reigns as Melbourne bids Prince farewell in laneway wake with 57 balloonsend, a party no one wanted to leave. Prince fans swamp Bennetts Lane in the hop
Purple reigns as Melbourne bids Prince farewell in laneway wake with 57 balloons
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
end, a party no one wanted to leave. Prince fans swamp Bennetts Lane in the hope of glimpsing their idol in 2003. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones Most left the club at 4am; about the time Prince once took his leave from Bennetts after a famous... Read more
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13d
The Age
Old cops contracted to review contract killingswill offer short-term contracts to ex-detectives to tap into their specific kno
Old cops contracted to review contract killings
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
will offer short-term contracts to ex-detectives to tap into their specific knowledge of unsolved murder cases. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ The ambush of Germanos has been linked to three other murders and a series of armed robberies... Read more
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Canberra Times
Sydney Swans boss Andrew Pridham had concerns $2.5m painting was a fake Brett Whiteley, court toldmore than a year from movie producer Robert Le Tet. Andrew Pridham purchased B
Sydney Swans boss Andrew Pridham had concerns $2.5m painting was a fake Brett Whiteley, court told
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
more than a year from movie producer Robert Le Tet. Andrew Pridham purchased Blue Lavender Bay for $2.5 million. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Ms Archer had been told by art dealer Peter Gant - who is on trial with art conservator Mohamed Aman... Read more
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22d
WA Today
Target could cut up to 25 per cent of Geelong head office staffno decision had been made on any job cuts. Target is expected to cut up to 25
Target could cut up to 25 per cent of Geelong head office staff
WA Today / Posted 22 days ago
no decision had been made on any job cuts. Target is expected to cut up to 25 per cent of its head office staff. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Mr Russo, who took charge of Target after stepping up as Wesfarmers department stores chief at the... Read more
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22d
Canberra Times
Target could cut up to 25 per cent of Geelong head office staffno decision had been made on any job cuts. Target is expected to cut up to 25
Target could cut up to 25 per cent of Geelong head office staff
Canberra Times / Posted 22 days ago
no decision had been made on any job cuts. Target is expected to cut up to 25 per cent of its head office staff. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Mr Russo, who took charge of Target after stepping up as Wesfarmers department stores chief at the... Read more
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22d
The Age
Target could cut up to 25 per cent of Geelong head office staffwould be spread across the organisation. Target is expected to cut up to 25 pe
Target could cut up to 25 per cent of Geelong head office staff
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
would be spread across the organisation. Target is expected to cut up to 25 per cent of its head office staff. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Mr Russo is believed to be travelling around Australia at the moment talking to Target staff and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Target could cut up to 25 per cent of Geelong head office staffno decision had been made on any job cuts. Target is expected to cut up to 25
Target could cut up to 25 per cent of Geelong head office staff
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 days ago
no decision had been made on any job cuts. Target is expected to cut up to 25 per cent of its head office staff. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Mr Russo, who took charge of Target after stepping up as Wesfarmers department stores chief at the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Target could cut up to 25 per cent of Geelong head office staffwould be spread across the organisation. Target is expected to cut up to 25 pe
Target could cut up to 25 per cent of Geelong head office staff
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 days ago
would be spread across the organisation. Target is expected to cut up to 25 per cent of its head office staff. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Mr Russo is believed to be travelling around Australia at the moment talking to Target staff and... Read more
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