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2014/12/13 23:47
2014/12/13 23:47
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Labour is demanding an inquiry into petrol prices to stop millions of motorists being ripped off. It comes as campaigners complain that fuel giants are not passing on savings from the plunging cost...
2014/12/13 23:47
2014/12/13 23:47
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2014/12/10 21:25
2014/12/10 21:25
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BE warned - if you attempt to use a fake form of identification to get into any licensed venue in Toowoomba, police will know about it. Publicans at yesterday's Liquor Industry Action Group meeting...
2014/12/10 05:24
2014/12/10 05:24
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This generic brand helicopter toy failed the normal use test, the small parts test, the reasonable foreseeable abuse test, the drop test, and the tension test. Photo: Supplied They're the things that...
2014/12/10 04:27
2014/12/10 04:27
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Office of Fair Trading pulls seven toys ahead of Christmas after they fail safety tests. They're the things that go quark instead of quack, poo-poo-poo, instead of pew-pew-pew. And they're no...
2014/12/08 14:27
2014/12/08 14:27
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Group opposing mega-suburb exposed as Labor-driven state election campaign. A community group opposing development in the The Gap has been exposed as a Labor-driven state election campaign, built...
2014/12/05 23:17
2014/12/05 23:17
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FRAUDSTERS are on the hunt for new victims on the Sunshine Coast. Residents have been warned to be careful of itinerant traders offering general maintenance, roof repairs, driveway cleaning and...
2014/12/04 17:51
2014/12/04 17:51
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Warning over fake bottles of Head & Shoulders containing dangerous 'sex change' chemicals FAKE bottles of a best-selling shampoo laced with a dangerous 'sex change' chemical cocktail have sparked...
2014/12/02 11:27
2014/12/02 11:27
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SPORT and recreation clubs in Mount Isa are being given an opportunity to get a head start on the 2015 season at an information session on Wednesday afternoon. SPORT and recreation clubs in Mount Isa...
2014/11/28 00:34
2014/11/28 00:34
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Published at 01:00, Friday, 23 April 2004 WORKINGTON’S Safeway superstore is likely to be re-branded as Morrisons following a £3 billion national takeover. While the Derwent Howe store is not on the...
2014/11/25 18:17
2014/11/25 18:17
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Make or break: Your real estate agent could either lose you thousands or put thousands back into your pocket. Finding the right property for your hard-earned dollars is only one part of the...
2014/11/25 15:47
2014/11/25 15:47
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The North Epping home where five members of the Lin family were killed is on the market. The North Epping home where five members of the Lin family were killed is on the market. Min "Norman" Lin,...
2014/11/25 04:11
2014/11/25 04:11
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BUNDABERG consumers can feel safer in the lead-up to Christmas knowing that fair trading regulators around Australia are keeping a close eye on business practices. Since March, regulators have been...
2014/11/25 03:17
2014/11/25 03:17
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AN ANTI-ISLAMIC political party's theory on how to cripple the multi-million dollar Halal industry has been debunked by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT). RestoreAustralia sent out a media release...
2014/11/22 00:41
2014/11/22 00:41
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Published at 11:55, Monday, 26 March 2012 A REMINDER to everyone who has booked for the Wool Matters day at Tarset Village Hall: it’s tomorrow, starting at 10am. THE Office of Fair Trading is...
2014/11/21 17:46
2014/11/21 17:46
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LOTHIAN Buses, one of two municipal bus firms in Scotland, is the largest provider of buses in Edinburgh. The City of Edinburgh Council own 91 per cent of the firm, with the remainder being owned by...
2014/11/21 07:05
2014/11/21 07:05
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Chris Ronnie, the former boss of JJB Sports, has been found guilty of accepting more than £1m in backhanders from suppliers. The 52-year-old faces up to 10 years in jail after he was convicted of...
2014/11/21 03:09
2014/11/21 03:09
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Though some supermarkets did drop prices a little earlier this month in response to calls from the Chancellor, motoring organisation the AA has completed a telling analysis showing that although the...
2014/11/21 00:55
2014/11/21 00:55
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Some of the country’s top would-be entrepreneurs line up this month to pitch their ideas to potential investors at the latest Carnegie’s Den event in Sydney. More than 100 people are expected to...
2014/11/20 09:24
2014/11/20 09:24
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Changes follow Apple's $32.5 million FTC settlement. Apple has made further changes in its approach to listing free-to-play games on its App Store by replacing the term "FREE" with “GET” from the buy...
2014/11/20 03:09
2014/11/20 03:09
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SCOTT WRIGHT business correspondent Shares in both Punch Taverns and Enterprise Inns, which lease nearly 10,000 pubs to tenants around the UK, plunged after MPs voted to support an amendment to the...
2014/12/13 23:47
2014/12/13 23:47
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