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Brisbane Times
Jobs market expanding, but not as the ABS sees itGrowth in healthcare jobs is helping to drive down unemployment rate. Photo: Pe
Jobs market expanding, but not as the ABS sees it
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 hours ago
Growth in healthcare jobs is helping to drive down unemployment rate. Photo: Peter Braig Australia's labour market is not expanding as quickly as official figures suggest, according to HSBC, but jobs growth in service industries is more than... Read more
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WA Today
Jobs market expanding, but not as the ABS sees itAustralia's labour market is not expanding as quickly as official figures sugge
Jobs market expanding, but not as the ABS sees it
WA Today / Posted 9 hours ago
Australia's labour market is not expanding as quickly as official figures suggest, according to HSBC, but jobs growth in service industries is more than compensating for the mining downturn. Chief economist for Australia Paul Bloxham says in a note... Read more
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Sky News Australia
New $5 banknote for Wattle DayAustralia's new five dollar note will feature native wattle, and could be in yo
New $5 banknote for Wattle Day
Sky News Australia / Posted 9 hours ago
Australia's new five dollar note will feature native wattle, and could be in your wallet in less than seven months. The first of the nation's next generation of banknotes will be released on National Wattle Day, September 1. Reserve Bank of... Read more
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WA Today
New $5 'wattle' banknote arrives SeptemberAustralia's new five-dollar note will feature native wattle, and could be in yo
New $5 'wattle' banknote arrives September
WA Today / Posted 9 hours ago
Australia's new five-dollar note will feature native wattle, and could be in your wallet in less than seven months. The next generation of banknotes will feature different species of wattle trees. Photo: Leanne Pickett The first of the nation's... Read more
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The Age
Jobs market expanding, but not as the ABS sees itGrowth in healthcare jobs is helping to drive down unemployment rate. Photo: Pe
Jobs market expanding, but not as the ABS sees it
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
Growth in healthcare jobs is helping to drive down unemployment rate. Photo: Peter Braig Australia's labour market is not expanding as quickly as official figures suggest, according to HSBC, but jobs growth in service industries is more than... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Jobs market expanding, but not as the ABS sees itGrowth in healthcare jobs is helping to drive down unemployment rate. Photo: Pe
Jobs market expanding, but not as the ABS sees it
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
Growth in healthcare jobs is helping to drive down unemployment rate. Photo: Peter Braig Australia's labour market is not expanding as quickly as official figures suggest, according to HSBC, but jobs growth in service industries is more than... Read more
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Canberra Times
New $5 'wattle' banknote arrives SeptemberThe next generation of banknotes will feature different species of wattle trees
New $5 'wattle' banknote arrives September
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
The next generation of banknotes will feature different species of wattle trees. Photo: Leanne Pickett Australia's new five-dollar note will feature native wattle, and could be in your wallet in less than seven months. The first of the nation's... Read more
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Canberra Times
Jobs market expanding, but not as the ABS sees itGrowth in healthcare jobs is helping to drive down unemployment rate. Photo: Pe
Jobs market expanding, but not as the ABS sees it
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Growth in healthcare jobs is helping to drive down unemployment rate. Photo: Peter Braig Australia's labour market is not expanding as quickly as official figures suggest, according to HSBC, but jobs growth in service industries is more than... Read more
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9h
Brisbane Times
New $5 'wattle' banknote arrives SeptemberThe next generation of banknotes will feature different species of wattle trees
New $5 'wattle' banknote arrives September
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 hours ago
The next generation of banknotes will feature different species of wattle trees. Photo: Leanne Pickett Australia's new five-dollar note will feature native wattle, and could be in your wallet in less than seven months. The first of the nation's... Read more
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The Age
New $5 'wattle' banknote arrives SeptemberThe next generation of banknotes will feature different species of wattle trees
New $5 'wattle' banknote arrives September
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
The next generation of banknotes will feature different species of wattle trees. Photo: Leanne Pickett Australia's new five-dollar note will feature native wattle, and could be in your wallet in less than seven months. The first of the nation's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
New $5 'wattle' banknote arrives SeptemberThe next generation of banknotes will feature different species of wattle trees
New $5 'wattle' banknote arrives September
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
The next generation of banknotes will feature different species of wattle trees. Photo: Leanne Pickett Australia's new five-dollar note will feature native wattle, and could be in your wallet in less than seven months. The first of the nation's... Read more
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The Age
Consumer mood rose before market tumultNot sold: Survey respondents are doubtful about whether to buy a house now. Pho
Consumer mood rose before market tumult
The Age / Posted yesterday
Not sold: Survey respondents are doubtful about whether to buy a house now. Photo: Dominic Lorrimer Consumer confidence has rebounded from January's lows, according to the latest Westpac-Melbourne Institute sentiment survey. However, the report... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Aussie eases as investors pile into bondsBank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda. Risk aversion is pushing investors into
Aussie eases as investors pile into bonds
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda. Risk aversion is pushing investors into yen and government bonds. Photo: Akio Kon The Australian dollar succumbed to further global unease on Tuesday, easing as investors fled to bonds and other safe-haven... Read more
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The Age
Goldman Sachs talks down recession risks, sees opportunitiesThe likelihood of a recession is just 25 per cent, Goldman sachs says, but mark
Goldman Sachs talks down recession risks, sees opportunities
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
The likelihood of a recession is just 25 per cent, Goldman sachs says, but markets are behaving as though one is imminent. Photo: Chris Ratcliffe Goldman Sachs has poured cold water on the recession fear gripping global markets, but the negativity... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Goldman Sachs talks down recession risks, sees opportunitiesThe likelihood of a recession is just 25 per cent, Goldman sachs says, but mark
Goldman Sachs talks down recession risks, sees opportunities
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
The likelihood of a recession is just 25 per cent, Goldman sachs says, but markets are behaving as though one is imminent. Photo: Chris Ratcliffe Goldman Sachs has poured cold water on the recession fear gripping global markets, but the negativity... Read more
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Canberra Times
Goldman Sachs talks down recession risks, sees opportunitiesThe likelihood of a recession is just 25 per cent, Goldman sachs says, but mark
Goldman Sachs talks down recession risks, sees opportunities
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
The likelihood of a recession is just 25 per cent, Goldman sachs says, but markets are behaving as though one is imminent. Photo: Chris Ratcliffe Goldman Sachs has poured cold water on the recession fear gripping global markets, but the negativity... Read more
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The Courier
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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The Young Witness
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Western Advocate
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Manning River Times
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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The North West Star
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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The Border Mail
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the arc
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround en route to dollar we call our own
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday this week, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we... Read more
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WA Today
Business confidence steady despite market turmoilUphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down
Business confidence steady despite market turmoil
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
Uphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down the broader index. Photo: Ryan Stuart Business confidence held steady in the face of global market upheaval in January, according the latest National Australia Bank... Read more
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Canberra Times
Business confidence steady despite market turmoilUphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down
Business confidence steady despite market turmoil
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Uphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down the broader index. Photo: Ryan Stuart Business confidence held steady in the face of global market upheaval in January, according the latest National Australia Bank... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Business confidence steady despite market turmoilUphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down
Business confidence steady despite market turmoil
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Uphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down the broader index. Photo: Ryan Stuart Business confidence held steady in the face of global market upheaval in January, according the latest National Australia Bank... Read more
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The Age
Business confidence steady despite market turmoilUphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down
Business confidence steady despite market turmoil
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Uphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down the broader index. Photo: Ryan Stuart Business confidence held steady in the face of global market upheaval in January, according the latest National Australia Bank... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Business confidence steady despite market turmoilUphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down
Business confidence steady despite market turmoil
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Uphill struggle. The deterioration in mining conditions continued to drag down the broader index. Photo: Ryan Stuart Business confidence held steady in the face of global market upheaval in January, according the latest National Australia Bank... Read more
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Canberra Times
Decimal currency is 50 this week but do you know how the Aussie dollar got its name?This 'artist's essay' shows how the one royal note might have looked. Photo: Ro
Decimal currency is 50 this week but do you know how the Aussie dollar got its name?
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
This 'artist's essay' shows how the one royal note might have looked. Photo: Robert Pearce This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago this weekend — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency from the venerable colonial... Read more
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Business Spectator
Consumer confidence fairly flatAustralians are slightly less concerned about the global economy, but there’s n
Consumer confidence fairly flat
Business Spectator / Posted 2 days ago
Australians are slightly less concerned about the global economy, but there’s not much indication they’re going to spend more. Consumer confidence rose 0.2 per cent in the week ending February 7, breaking a four-week decline, according to the latest... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Consumer confidence fairly flat: ANZAustralians slightly less concerned about global economy, but wary on spending
Consumer confidence fairly flat: ANZ
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Australians slightly less concerned about global economy, but wary on spending more. Australians are slightly less concerned about the global economy, but there’s not much indication they’re going to spend more. Consumer confidence rose 0.2 per... Read more
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TheBull
Consumer confidence fairly flatAustralians are slightly less concerned about the global economy, but there's n
Consumer confidence fairly flat
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
Australians are slightly less concerned about the global economy, but there's not much indication they're going to spend more. Consumer confidence rose 0.2 per cent in the week ending February 7, breaking a four-week decline, according to the latest... Read more
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Canberra Times
Margin calls rise as investors seek upsideGen Y's and experienced company executives are the two groups showing a desire
Margin calls rise as investors seek upside
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Gen Y's and experienced company executives are the two groups showing a desire to use margin lending to take advantage of the sharemarket volatility. They accept there's a risk but the upside can't be ignored. Photo: AFR Savvy Gen Y's and company... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Margin calls rise as investors seek upsideGen Y's and experienced company executives are the two groups showing a desire
Margin calls rise as investors seek upside
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
Gen Y's and experienced company executives are the two groups showing a desire to use margin lending to take advantage of the sharemarket volatility. They accept there's a risk but the upside can't be ignored. Photo: AFR Savvy Gen Y's and company... Read more
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The Age
Margin calls rise as investors seek upsideGen Y's and experienced company executives are the two groups showing a desire
Margin calls rise as investors seek upside
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Gen Y's and experienced company executives are the two groups showing a desire to use margin lending to take advantage of the sharemarket volatility. They accept there's a risk but the upside can't be ignored. Photo: AFR Savvy Gen Y's and company... Read more
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iol.co.za
All eyes on Yellen for testimonyLondon - Global markets have been in turmoil since the start of the year, with
All eyes on Yellen for testimony
iol.co.za / Posted 3 days ago
London - Global markets have been in turmoil since the start of the year, with stocks and commodities prices reeling, eroding inflation and making central banks increasingly dovish - a trend that could continue with more weak economic data. China, a... Read more
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The Courier
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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The Young Witness
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
The Young Witness / Posted 3 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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Western Advocate
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Western Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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Manning River Times
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Manning River Times / Posted 3 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
20 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
20 related stories
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The North West Star
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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The Border Mail
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our ownAs Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reve
Before Harold Holt saw cents, there was a right royal runaround on route to dollar we call our own
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
As Australia's decimal currency celebrates its 50th birthday, the archives reveal how it very nearly had another name altogether. This week marks a momentous Australian anniversary. Fifty years ago — on February 14, 1966 - we switched our currency... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Aust dollar lower on US rates hold talkLocal currency falls after traders reassess US Federal Reserve rate rise progra
Aust dollar lower on US rates hold talk
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Local currency falls after traders reassess US Federal Reserve rate rise program. The Australian dollar has fallen as traders reassess the US Federal Reserve’s rate hike expectations. At 12pm (AEDT) on Monday, the currency was trading at US70.97c,... Read more
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