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WA Today
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economistscoming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope Bu
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
WA Today / Posted 13 hours ago
coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope BusinessDay survey of 23 leading economists. Peter Martin explains. Of the 23 leading economists polled for the Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey, those that answered... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economistscoming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope Bu
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
Brisbane Times / Posted 13 hours ago
coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope BusinessDay survey of 23 leading economists. Peter Martin explains. Of the 23 leading economists polled for the Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey, those that answered... Read more
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20h
WA Today
How the BusinessDay forecasting panel sees 2016-17coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope Bu
How the BusinessDay forecasting panel sees 2016-17
WA Today / Posted 20 hours ago
coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope BusinessDay survey of 23 leading economists. Peter Martin explains. The mid-year Scope BusinessDay economic survey predicts economic growth of just 2.6 per cent in... Read more
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20h
The Leader-Herald
Sex offender John Gardner to receive prison termwhen he moved to New York state from North Carolina, police said. In other Cou
Sex offender John Gardner to receive prison term
The Leader-Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
when he moved to New York state from North Carolina, police said. In other County Court action this week before Hoye: Peter Martin, 25, of 39 Ontario St., Albany, was sentenced Wednesday to four years in state prison, two years of post-release... Read more
20h
Canberra Times
Climate as important as the deficitcoming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope Bu
Climate as important as the deficit
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope BusinessDay survey of 23 leading economists. Peter Martin explains. Asked the open-ended question: "What should be the top priorities for the incoming or returned... Read more
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20h
Canberra Times
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: How they got 2015-16 wrongcoming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope Bu
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: How they got 2015-16 wrong
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope BusinessDay survey of 23 leading economists. Peter Martin explains. Like the Treasury, it expected creditable growth in nominal GDP of 3.5 per cent, enough to lift... Read more
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20h
Canberra Times
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economistscoming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope Bu
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope BusinessDay survey of 23 leading economists. Peter Martin explains. Of the 23 leading economists polled for the Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey, those that answered... Read more
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20h
Canberra Times
How the BusinessDay forecasting panel sees 2016-17coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope Bu
How the BusinessDay forecasting panel sees 2016-17
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope BusinessDay survey of 23 leading economists. Peter Martin explains. The mid-year Scope BusinessDay economic survey predicts economic growth of just 2.6 per cent in... Read more
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20h
Brisbane Times
How the BusinessDay forecasting panel sees 2016-17coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope Bu
How the BusinessDay forecasting panel sees 2016-17
Brisbane Times / Posted 20 hours ago
coming year and underperform government expectations, according to the Scope BusinessDay survey of 23 leading economists. Peter Martin explains. The mid-year Scope BusinessDay economic survey predicts economic growth of just 2.6 per cent in... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Greenock firm first past the post with guest AP McCoy at fundraisercontribute to the success of the night.” AP shared stories from his celebrated
Greenock firm first past the post with guest AP McCoy at fundraiser
Greenock Telegraph / Posted yesterday
contribute to the success of the night.” AP shared stories from his celebrated career in an interview with sports pundit Peter Martin, talking about its extraordinary highs and lows plus the challenges he had to overcome because of... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Neo-Nazi's appeal bid failsin the crime.” But during the hearing, the three justices voiced skepticism to
Neo-Nazi's appeal bid fails
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 days ago
in the crime.” But during the hearing, the three justices voiced skepticism towards Ross’s arguments, with Justice Peter Martin agreeing with the lawyer that nobody knows if the agreement to a 10-year sentence for Sturrup was just. “Why... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Let's keep it civil on political frontface in 2003. “The notion that politicians are fair game for this kind of misc
Let's keep it civil on political front
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 days ago
face in 2003. “The notion that politicians are fair game for this kind of misconduct … is absolutely false,” said Justice Peter Martin, upholding the sentence on appeal in 2005. There is potent anger out there about the economic situation, the... Read more
4d
The Maui News
Man seeks to build wheelchair-accessible campHeagy soon "fell in love" with local people and Hawaiian culture. In 2002, he s
Man seeks to build wheelchair-accessible camp
The Maui News / Posted 4 days ago
Heagy soon "fell in love" with local people and Hawaiian culture. In 2002, he shared his plans for a camp with developer Peter Martin, who decided to donate 5 acres of land in 2004 that Heagy believed would be perfect for campers with... Read more
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The Maui News
Surge continues for Na Kai Ewalu with six victories4:16.90, 2. Hawaiian 4:23.62, 3. Na Kai Ewalu 4:56.82. 65-1. Lae'ula O Kai (Wen
Surge continues for Na Kai Ewalu with six victories
The Maui News / Posted 5 days ago
4:16.90, 2. Hawaiian 4:23.62, 3. Na Kai Ewalu 4:56.82. 65-1. Lae'ula O Kai (Wendall DeVera, Bob March, Brian McCafferty, Peter Martin, Chris Overall, Jimmy Takayesu) 4:30.38, 2. Hawaiian 4:31.24, 3. Kihei 4:44.66, 4. Kahana 4:56.29. Novice B-1.... Read more
7d
Chichester Observer
Brewers left to drown Sorrows but Falcons raise a toast to victorydoubles and careful consistent base running. Ally Warr was her usual noisy self
Brewers left to drown Sorrows but Falcons raise a toast to victory
Chichester Observer / Posted 7 days ago
doubles and careful consistent base running. Ally Warr was her usual noisy self at bat, with four hits and a walk, while Peter Martin hit two monster home runs in the fourth and sixth to put the game beyond the Brewers’ reach. In the field,... Read more
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7d
The North West Star
Medibank accused of concealing policy changes to pump up profits before sale: ACCCper cent in one year. The ACCC is seeking declarations, injunctions, compensat
Medibank accused of concealing policy changes to pump up profits before sale: ACCC
The North West Star / Posted 7 days ago
per cent in one year. The ACCC is seeking declarations, injunctions, compensation orders, pecuniary penalties, findings of fact, implementation of a trade practices compliance program, corrective notices and costs. with Julia Medew and Peter Ma... Read more
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7d
Daily Liberal
Medibank accused of concealing policy changes to pump up profits before sale: ACCCper cent in one year. The ACCC is seeking declarations, injunctions, compensat
Medibank accused of concealing policy changes to pump up profits before sale: ACCC
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
per cent in one year. The ACCC is seeking declarations, injunctions, compensation orders, pecuniary penalties, findings of fact, implementation of a trade practices compliance program, corrective notices and costs. with Julia Medew and Peter Ma... Read more
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The Border Mail
Medibank accused of concealing policy changes to pump up profits before sale: ACCCper cent in one year. The ACCC is seeking declarations, injunctions, compensat
Medibank accused of concealing policy changes to pump up profits before sale: ACCC
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
per cent in one year. The ACCC is seeking declarations, injunctions, compensation orders, pecuniary penalties, findings of fact, implementation of a trade practices compliance program, corrective notices and costs. with Julia Medew and Peter Ma... Read more
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8d
The Courier
Medibank accused of concealing policy changes to pump up profits before sale: ACCCper cent in one year. The ACCC is seeking declarations, injunctions, compensat
Medibank accused of concealing policy changes to pump up profits before sale: ACCC
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
per cent in one year. The ACCC is seeking declarations, injunctions, compensation orders, pecuniary penalties, findings of fact, implementation of a trade practices compliance program, corrective notices and costs. with Julia Medew and Peter Ma... Read more
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8d
Bolton News
Cyclists and runners to take to the streets for expanded Horwich Festival of Racingthe Crown Roundabout; Chorley New Road between the Crown roundabout and Winter
Cyclists and runners to take to the streets for expanded Horwich Festival of Racing
Bolton News / Posted 8 days ago
the Crown Roundabout; Chorley New Road between the Crown roundabout and Winter Hey Lane; Jones Street between Lee Lane and Peter Martin Street; Winter Hey Lane, and St John’s St. From 6am to 6pm on Sunday, June 19, the following roads will be... Read more
8d
Herts Advertiser
Sandridge child porn hoarder claims boredom at work triggered his actionsthan 2,500 sexually explicit images of children on his computer said he began w
Sandridge child porn hoarder claims boredom at work triggered his actions
Herts Advertiser / Posted 8 days ago
than 2,500 sexually explicit images of children on his computer said he began watching child porn because he was “bored”. Peter Martin-Flaven, 49, of Sandridge, accessed the images on his work computer and was caught after colleagues became... Read more
9d
Gazette News
Nigel Farage set for JD Wetherspoon pub in Clacton battle bus campaign visithis way to the Moon & Starfish, a JD Wetherspoon pub, where he will meet with m
Nigel Farage set for JD Wetherspoon pub in Clacton battle bus campaign visit
Gazette News / Posted 9 days ago
his way to the Moon & Starfish, a JD Wetherspoon pub, where he will meet with manager Peter Campbell. “Wetherspoons owner Peter Martin is an avid Brexit man so this visit is quite appropriate,” said campaigner Mary Newton. The UKIP councillor... Read more
10d
Gazette News
First World War flight simulator built by Colchester Insitute students goes on displayfirst ever evening flying event. Crowds watched as planes included the Sopwith
First World War flight simulator built by Colchester Insitute students goes on display
Gazette News / Posted 10 days ago
first ever evening flying event. Crowds watched as planes included the Sopwith Snipe and Albatros took to the skies. Peter Martin, Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome Trust Chairman, said: “This was our first evening flying event, and it was... Read more
12d
The Courier
Ballarat’s Queen’s Birthday honours, 2016vocational courses are available,” he said. Teacher’s dual careers Former long
Ballarat’s Queen’s Birthday honours, 2016
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
vocational courses are available,” he said. Teacher’s dual careers Former long-serving Stawell Secondary College principal Peter Martin firmly believes teachers need to serve in their community. Which is why he is also a Stawell Regional Health... Read more
12d
The Courier
Our hats off to Ballarat’s selfless volunteersthe Vietnam Veteran’s Association of Australia, the Returned and Services Leagu
Our hats off to Ballarat’s selfless volunteers
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
the Vietnam Veteran’s Association of Australia, the Returned and Services League and the Red Shirts Australia. Stawell’s Peter Martin has had two careers – a long and distinguished teaching career and an equally exceptional community service... Read more
16d
WA Today
#AUD back above US75¢ as @FederalReserve retreatsfetching US74.86¢, compared with US72.71¢ at the same on Wednesday. The Reserv
#AUD back above US75¢ as @FederalReserve retreats
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
fetching US74.86¢, compared with US72.71¢ at the same on Wednesday. The Reserve Banks has kept rates on hold, Fairfax's Peter Martin explains the reasoning. The local unit peaked in mid-morning trade at US75.05¢, its highest point for about... Read more
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16d
Canberra Times
#AUD back above US75¢ as @FederalReserve retreatsfetching US74.86¢, compared with US72.71¢ at the same on Wednesday. The Reserv
#AUD back above US75¢ as @FederalReserve retreats
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
fetching US74.86¢, compared with US72.71¢ at the same on Wednesday. The Reserve Banks has kept rates on hold, Fairfax's Peter Martin explains the reasoning. The local unit peaked in mid-morning trade at US75.05¢, its highest point for about... Read more
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16d
Brisbane Times
#AUD back above US75¢ as @FederalReserve retreatsfetching US74.86¢, compared with US72.71¢ at the same on Wednesday. The Reserv
#AUD back above US75¢ as @FederalReserve retreats
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
fetching US74.86¢, compared with US72.71¢ at the same on Wednesday. The Reserve Banks has kept rates on hold, Fairfax's Peter Martin explains the reasoning. The local unit peaked in mid-morning trade at US75.05¢, its highest point for about... Read more
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17d
WA Today
Global growth prospects 'muted', says World Banksaid the Bank's chief economist Kaushik Basu, launching the report. The Reserv
Global growth prospects 'muted', says World Bank
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
said the Bank's chief economist Kaushik Basu, launching the report. The Reserve Banks has kept rates on hold, Fairfax's Peter Martin explains the reasoning. "A wide range of risks threaten to derail the recovery." In January the Bank forecast... Read more
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Canberra Times
Global growth prospects 'muted', says World Banksaid the Bank's chief economist Kaushik Basu, launching the report. The Reserv
Global growth prospects 'muted', says World Bank
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
said the Bank's chief economist Kaushik Basu, launching the report. The Reserve Banks has kept rates on hold, Fairfax's Peter Martin explains the reasoning. "A wide range of risks threaten to derail the recovery." In January the Bank forecast... Read more
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17d
Brisbane Times
Global growth prospects 'muted', says World Banksaid the Bank's chief economist Kaushik Basu, launching the report. The Reserv
Global growth prospects 'muted', says World Bank
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
said the Bank's chief economist Kaushik Basu, launching the report. The Reserve Banks has kept rates on hold, Fairfax's Peter Martin explains the reasoning. "A wide range of risks threaten to derail the recovery." In January the Bank forecast... Read more
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18d
Brisbane Times
RBA keeps interest rates on hold at 1.75pc at June meetingthe central bank would wait until at least August before moving again. The Res
RBA keeps interest rates on hold at 1.75pc at June meeting
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 days ago
the central bank would wait until at least August before moving again. The Reserve Banks has kept rates on hold, Fairfax's Peter Martin explains the reasoning. The decision to keep rates steady follows a raft of strong economic data, including... Read more
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18d
WA Today
RBA keeps interest rates on hold at 1.75pc at June meetingthe central bank would wait until at least August before moving again. The Res
RBA keeps interest rates on hold at 1.75pc at June meeting
WA Today / Posted 18 days ago
the central bank would wait until at least August before moving again. The Reserve Banks has kept rates on hold, Fairfax's Peter Martin explains the reasoning. The decision to keep rates steady follows a raft of strong economic data, including... Read more
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18d
Canberra Times
RBA keeps interest rates on hold at 1.75pc at June meetingthe central bank would wait until at least August before moving again. The Res
RBA keeps interest rates on hold at 1.75pc at June meeting
Canberra Times / Posted 18 days ago
the central bank would wait until at least August before moving again. The Reserve Banks has kept rates on hold, Fairfax's Peter Martin explains the reasoning. The decision to keep rates steady follows a raft of strong economic data, including... Read more
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19d
The Maui News
MCHCA season gets startedO Kai 4:11.47, 4. Kahana 4:26.85, 5. Na Kai Ewalu 4:31.69. 65-1. Lae'ula O Kai(
MCHCA season gets started
The Maui News / Posted 19 days ago
O Kai 4:11.47, 4. Kahana 4:26.85, 5. Na Kai Ewalu 4:31.69. 65-1. Lae'ula O Kai(Wendall DeVera, Bob March, Brian McCafferty, Peter Martin, Chris Overall, Jimmy Takayesu) 4:12.23 , 2. Hawaiian 4:14.29, 3. Kihei 4:26.39, 4. Kahana 4:27.80, 5. Na Kai... Read more
21d
Daily Liberal
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastropheAntibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, bu
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastrophe
Daily Liberal / Posted 21 days ago
Antibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, but now they are losing their power, writes Peter Martin. Count yourself lucky if you are laid low with a cold. You probably won't die. But not long ago you could have.... Read more
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21d
The Border Mail
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastropheAntibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, bu
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastrophe
The Border Mail / Posted 21 days ago
Antibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, but now they are losing their power, writes Peter Martin. Count yourself lucky if you are laid low with a cold. You probably won't die. But not long ago you could have.... Read more
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The Courier
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastropheAntibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, bu
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastrophe
The Courier / Posted 21 days ago
Antibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, but now they are losing their power, writes Peter Martin. Count yourself lucky if you are laid low with a cold. You probably won't die. But not long ago you could have.... Read more
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21d
Northern Daily Leader
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastropheAntibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, bu
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastrophe
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 21 days ago
Antibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, but now they are losing their power, writes Peter Martin. Count yourself lucky if you are laid low with a cold. You probably won't die. But not long ago you could have.... Read more
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21d
The Young Witness
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastropheAntibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, bu
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastrophe
The Young Witness / Posted 21 days ago
Antibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, but now they are losing their power, writes Peter Martin. Count yourself lucky if you are laid low with a cold. You probably won't die. But not long ago you could have.... Read more
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21d
Western Advocate
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastropheAntibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, bu
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastrophe
Western Advocate / Posted 21 days ago
Antibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, but now they are losing their power, writes Peter Martin. Count yourself lucky if you are laid low with a cold. You probably won't die. But not long ago you could have.... Read more
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21d
Kiama Independent
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastropheAntibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, bu
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastrophe
Kiama Independent / Posted 21 days ago
Antibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, but now they are losing their power, writes Peter Martin. Count yourself lucky if you are laid low with a cold. You probably won't die. But not long ago you could have.... Read more
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21d
Manning River Times
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastropheAntibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, bu
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastrophe
Manning River Times / Posted 21 days ago
Antibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, but now they are losing their power, writes Peter Martin. Count yourself lucky if you are laid low with a cold. You probably won't die. But not long ago you could have.... Read more
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21d
Goondiwindi Argus
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastropheAntibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, bu
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastrophe
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 21 days ago
Antibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, but now they are losing their power, writes Peter Martin. Count yourself lucky if you are laid low with a cold. You probably won't die. But not long ago you could have.... Read more
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21d
The North West Star
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastropheAntibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, bu
The real drug problem that could cause a global catastrophe
The North West Star / Posted 21 days ago
Antibiotics have improved health and brought down the cost of staying alive, but now they are losing their power, writes Peter Martin. Count yourself lucky if you are laid low with a cold. You probably won't die. But not long ago you could have.... Read more
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21d
Sarnia Observer
Model T’s home open to publicsenator. He and his wife were major donors to the University of Michigan at Ann
Model T’s home open to public
Sarnia Observer / Posted 21 days ago
senator. He and his wife were major donors to the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. The other man was Wallaceburg-born Peter Martin, who was the eighth employee hired by the Ford Motor Company. Martin may not have been involved when the... Read more
21d
Chatham Daily News
Model T’s home open to publicsenator. He and his wife were major donors to the University of Michigan at Ann
Model T’s home open to public
Chatham Daily News / Posted 21 days ago
senator. He and his wife were major donors to the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. The other man was Wallaceburg-born Peter Martin, who was the eighth employee hired by the Ford Motor Company. Martin may not have been involved when the... Read more
22d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The strange modelling used to sell company tax cutsand economic commentators who oppose the planned company tax cuts are somewhat
The strange modelling used to sell company tax cuts
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
and economic commentators who oppose the planned company tax cuts are somewhat wowed. The Age's economics editor Peter Martin, for example, has concluded that while the case for a company tax cut is weak, it is backed by "serious... Read more
22d
Denbighshire Free Press
A family affair as Martin monopoly just continuescompetition having been totally dominated by the Martin surname. Dil Martin wo
A family affair as Martin monopoly just continues
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 22 days ago
competition having been totally dominated by the Martin surname. Dil Martin won during the four previous years and cousin Peter Martin won the first event in 2011! Masons A sounded out a warning to their Denbigh and District Summer Darts League... Read more
23d
Daily Maverick
Where there’s smoke: What’s behind the proposed new tobacco regulations?over plain packaging because the international tribunal considered it an “abuse
Where there’s smoke: What’s behind the proposed new tobacco regulations?
Daily Maverick / Posted 23 days ago
over plain packaging because the international tribunal considered it an “abuse of rights”, The Age economics editor Peter Martin reported earlier in May. Philip Morris and British American Tobacco together took the fall in the EU, in a... Read more
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