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WA Today
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economiststax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company t
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
tax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do it for miners or banks. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Supporters of Labor's plan to wind back negative gearing and capital gains tax concessions... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economiststax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company t
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
tax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do it for miners or banks. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Supporters of Labor's plan to wind back negative gearing and capital gains tax concessions... Read more
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The Age
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economistsUniversity professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do it for miners or banks. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Industry Super chief economist Stephen Anthony said much of the money should be found by paring... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economistsUniversity professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do it for miners or banks. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Industry Super chief economist Stephen Anthony said much of the money should be found by paring... Read more
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Canberra Times
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economiststax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company t
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
tax. Monash University professor Jakob Madsen: If you're going to cut company tax, don't do it for miners or banks. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones MCJ Supporters of Labor's plan to wind back negative gearing and capital gains tax concessions... Read more
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The Age
Premier Daniel Andrews expects 'short term pain' for Monash motoristsAndrews says drivers using the Monash Freeway 'understand there will be some sh
Premier Daniel Andrews expects 'short term pain' for Monash motorists
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Andrews says drivers using the Monash Freeway 'understand there will be some short-term pain' during widening works. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Mr Andrews said work would be done to minimise disruption with existing lanes remaining open during... Read more
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Canberra Times
Costco's $140m stores planinto Queensland in the next 18 months. Costco entered Australia in 2009 with t
Costco's $140m stores plan
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
into Queensland in the next 18 months. Costco entered Australia in 2009 with this warehouse store at Docklands. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Costco Inc, based in Washington state, sent across $90 million in equity funding to Costco Wholesale... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Security company gets record $308,000 penaltySecurity Services was penalised a further $257,000. Gold Coast security guards
Security company gets record $308,000 penalty
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
Security Services was penalised a further $257,000. Gold Coast security guards were underpaid more than $22,000. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "Unfortunately, there are some rogue business operators who think they can short-change their staff... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Raiders Cup: Gungahlin Bulls and West Belconnen Warriors battle for thirdwill no doubt be in Westies' game," Withers said. Troy Thompson has taken the r
Canberra Raiders Cup: Gungahlin Bulls and West Belconnen Warriors battle for third
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
will no doubt be in Westies' game," Withers said. Troy Thompson has taken the reins at West Belconnen this season. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "It'll be a bit of fun [to] see how both teams go with that." Withers has catapulted the Bulls into... Read more
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The Age
Chaouk lawyer arrested then released over alleged conspiracybe recanted. In August 2010, Chaouk patriarch Machhour Chaouk was shot dead in
Chaouk lawyer arrested then released over alleged conspiracy
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
be recanted. In August 2010, Chaouk patriarch Machhour Chaouk was shot dead in the backyard of his Brooklyn home. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Hablas, represented by the lawyer, went to a police station less than 24 hours after the shooting and... Read more
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The Age
Top barrister says fire deal is ‘highly unsatisfactory’ for volunteer firefightersQC Jack Rush has described he EBA at the centre of the firefighters dispute as
Top barrister says fire deal is ‘highly unsatisfactory’ for volunteer firefighters
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
QC Jack Rush has described he EBA at the centre of the firefighters dispute as unsatisfactory for volunteers. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones "I've had a look at the EBA and I think it's highly unsatisfactory for volunteer firefighters," Mr... Read more
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The Age
Queen's Birthday Honours 2016: Professor David Solomon co-inventor of plastic money gets a gongRadford is part of the team that invented and commercialised technology for an
Queen's Birthday Honours 2016: Professor David Solomon co-inventor of plastic money gets a gong
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
Radford is part of the team that invented and commercialised technology for an internationally adopted test for TB. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones A Melbourne criminal gang's 1966 forgery of $800,000 worth of $10 bills sparked the then Reserve Bank... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Queen's Birthday Honours 2016: Professor David Solomon co-inventor of plastic money gets a gongRadford is part of the team that invented and commercialised technology for an
Queen's Birthday Honours 2016: Professor David Solomon co-inventor of plastic money gets a gong
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Radford is part of the team that invented and commercialised technology for an internationally adopted test for TB. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones Although the banknote is "a great achievement and I don't want to downplay it", he is prouder of his... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Lobbyist jailed for extorting Australian red light camera company Redflexby Redflex from 2005 to 2013 to seek and obtain lucrative red light contracts i
Lobbyist jailed for extorting Australian red light camera company Redflex
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 days ago
by Redflex from 2005 to 2013 to seek and obtain lucrative red light contracts in the state's capital, Columbus. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones "The defendant not only profited handsomely by receiving monthly consulting payments and success fees... Read more
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WA Today
Lobbyist jailed for extorting Australian red light camera company Redflexby Redflex from 2005 to 2013 to seek and obtain lucrative red light contracts i
Lobbyist jailed for extorting Australian red light camera company Redflex
WA Today / Posted 18 days ago
by Redflex from 2005 to 2013 to seek and obtain lucrative red light contracts in the state's capital, Columbus. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones "The defendant not only profited handsomely by receiving monthly consulting payments and success fees... Read more
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The Age
Lobbyist jailed for extorting Australian red light camera company Redflexby Redflex from 2005 to 2013 to seek and obtain lucrative red light contracts i
Lobbyist jailed for extorting Australian red light camera company Redflex
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
by Redflex from 2005 to 2013 to seek and obtain lucrative red light contracts in the state's capital, Columbus. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones A lobbyist has been sentenced to 15 months' federal prison in the US for extorting political campaign... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Lobbyist jailed for extorting Australian red light camera company Redflexby Redflex from 2005 to 2013 to seek and obtain lucrative red light contracts i
Lobbyist jailed for extorting Australian red light camera company Redflex
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
by Redflex from 2005 to 2013 to seek and obtain lucrative red light contracts in the state's capital, Columbus. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones A lobbyist has been sentenced to 15 months' federal prison in the US for extorting political campaign... Read more
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Canberra Times
Lobbyist jailed for extorting Australian red light camera company Redflexby Redflex from 2005 to 2013 to seek and obtain lucrative red light contracts i
Lobbyist jailed for extorting Australian red light camera company Redflex
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
by Redflex from 2005 to 2013 to seek and obtain lucrative red light contracts in the state's capital, Columbus. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones "The defendant not only profited handsomely by receiving monthly consulting payments and success fees... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Islamic school cops $150,000 fine for illegal employment practicesdozen teachers on fixed-term contracts in 2012. Salah Salman (brown jacket) wa
Islamic school cops $150,000 fine for illegal employment practices
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 days ago
dozen teachers on fixed-term contracts in 2012. Salah Salman (brown jacket) was heavily criticised in the judgment. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Salah Salman, the school's director-general and a member of the Order of Australia, was also condemned... Read more
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WA Today
Islamic school cops $150,000 fine for illegal employment practicesdozen teachers on fixed-term contracts in 2012. Salah Salman (brown jacket) wa
Islamic school cops $150,000 fine for illegal employment practices
WA Today / Posted 18 days ago
dozen teachers on fixed-term contracts in 2012. Salah Salman (brown jacket) was heavily criticised in the judgment. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Salah Salman, the school's director-general and a member of the Order of Australia, was also condemned... Read more
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Canberra Times
Islamic school cops $150,000 fine for illegal employment practicesdozen teachers on fixed-term contracts in 2012. Salah Salman (brown jacket) wa
Islamic school cops $150,000 fine for illegal employment practices
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
dozen teachers on fixed-term contracts in 2012. Salah Salman (brown jacket) was heavily criticised in the judgment. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Salah Salman, the school's director-general and a member of the Order of Australia, was also condemned... Read more
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The Age
McAleese investors paid $166m for shares now worth 'slightly greater than zero'basically worthless. Cootes Transport was fined $525,305 after pleading guilty
McAleese investors paid $166m for shares now worth 'slightly greater than zero'
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
basically worthless. Cootes Transport was fined $525,305 after pleading guilty to hundreds of road safety breaches. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Investors are being asked to collectively cough up another $26 million cash as part of a capital... Read more
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The Age
Fuel supplies threatened as safety fears ground Cootes trucksroad authority intends to test 200 petrol and LPG Cootes vehicles. Cootes tank
Fuel supplies threatened as safety fears ground Cootes trucks
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
road authority intends to test 200 petrol and LPG Cootes vehicles. Cootes tankers at their Spotswood depot. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones VicRoads acting chief executive Peter Todd said the authority had had a "serious discussion" with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
McAleese investors paid $166m for shares now worth 'slightly greater than zero'basically worthless. Cootes Transport was fined $525,305 after pleading guilty
McAleese investors paid $166m for shares now worth 'slightly greater than zero'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
basically worthless. Cootes Transport was fined $525,305 after pleading guilty to hundreds of road safety breaches. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Investors are being asked to collectively cough up another $26 million cash as part of a capital... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian Greens pledge $270 million boost to culture as party unveils arts policygovernment has made over the past few years. A vote of confidence for the arts
Australian Greens pledge $270 million boost to culture as party unveils arts policy
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
government has made over the past few years. A vote of confidence for the arts: Greens arts spokesman Adam Bandt. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones A well-resourced community is vital to the nation's thriving society, Greens arts spokesman Adam Bandt... Read more
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WA Today
St Catherine's Fiji disaster: Deputy principal sues Melbourne private school following fallout from 'calamitous' campdeputy principal of St Catherine's is suing her school for violating workplace
St Catherine's Fiji disaster: Deputy principal sues Melbourne private school following fallout from 'calamitous' camp
WA Today / Posted 20 days ago
deputy principal of St Catherine's is suing her school for violating workplace laws. Picture Michael Clayton-Jones. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones Ms Ward claimed the camp's "backpacker-style" accommodation was unsuitable for young females, who were... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
St Catherine's Fiji disaster: Deputy principal sues Melbourne private school following fallout from 'calamitous' campdeputy principal of St Catherine's is suing her school for violating workplace
St Catherine's Fiji disaster: Deputy principal sues Melbourne private school following fallout from 'calamitous' camp
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 days ago
deputy principal of St Catherine's is suing her school for violating workplace laws. Picture Michael Clayton-Jones. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones Students from an exclusive Melbourne girls' school were stranded by a cyclone, hospitalised with... Read more
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The Age
St Catherine's Fiji disaster: Deputy principal sues Melbourne private school following fallout from 'calamitous' campdeputy principal of St Catherine's is suing her school for violating workplace
St Catherine's Fiji disaster: Deputy principal sues Melbourne private school following fallout from 'calamitous' camp
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
deputy principal of St Catherine's is suing her school for violating workplace laws. Picture Michael Clayton-Jones. Photo: Michael Clayton Jones Students from an exclusive Melbourne girls' school were stranded by a cyclone, hospitalised with... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
New light cast on Patrick White's Night on Bald MountainActors Melita Jurisic and Peter Carroll with director Matthew Lutton (centre).
New light cast on Patrick White's Night on Bald Mountain
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Actors Melita Jurisic and Peter Carroll with director Matthew Lutton (centre). Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The production of Patrick White's Night on Bald Mountain, currently in rehearsal at the Malthouse Theatre, will mark the 50th anniversary of... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian Greens pledge $270 million boost to culture as party unveils arts policyA vote of confidence for the arts: Greens arts spokesman Adam Bandt. Photo: Mic
Australian Greens pledge $270 million boost to culture as party unveils arts policy
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
A vote of confidence for the arts: Greens arts spokesman Adam Bandt. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Australia's arts sector is in need of restoration work and the Australian Greens give it a $270 million price tag. The minor party says that's how... Read more
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The Age
'Damaged' former bikie enforcer Toby Mitchell will walk free within a yearand cocaine was in his hire car, the County Court was told. Toby Mitchell at a
'Damaged' former bikie enforcer Toby Mitchell will walk free within a year
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
and cocaine was in his hire car, the County Court was told. Toby Mitchell at a previous court appearance. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones The AFP last week dropped drug trafficking charges against the former bikie enforcer, downgrading the... Read more
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The Age
Australian Greens pledge $270 million boost to culture as party unveils arts policyA vote of confidence for the arts: Greens arts spokesman Adam Bandt. Photo: Mic
Australian Greens pledge $270 million boost to culture as party unveils arts policy
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
A vote of confidence for the arts: Greens arts spokesman Adam Bandt. Photo: Michael Clayton-Jones Australia's arts sector is in need of restoration work and the Australian Greens give it a $270 million price tag. The minor party says that's how... Read more
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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 a month 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 a month 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 a month 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 a month 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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