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Illawarra Mercury
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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Canberra Times
The rise of the Gen Y share investorDavid Orth has been investing since he was a teenager. He dabbled in forex and
The rise of the Gen Y share investor
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
David Orth has been investing since he was a teenager. He dabbled in forex and CFDs for a while but now says "shares and bonds are boring but after a time you appreciate the boring." Photo: Robert Shakespeare Gen Y is the first generation of digital... Read more
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Canberra Times
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
Canberra Times / Posted 13 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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The Young Witness
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
The Young Witness / Posted 15 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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Western Advocate
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
Western Advocate / Posted 15 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
Kiama Independent / Posted 15 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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Manning River Times
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
Manning River Times / Posted 15 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 15 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
11 related stories
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The North West Star
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
The North West Star / Posted 15 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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The Border Mail
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
The Border Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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The Courier
Working stronger, for longerRising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, offic
Working stronger, for longer
The Courier / Posted 16 hours ago
Rising numbers of Baby Boomers are deciding to extend their working life, official figures show. The proportion of 60 to 64-year-olds in the labour force has jumped from 45 per cent in 2008 to about 55 per cent today, and more people aged 65 and... Read more
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16h
CIO
ANZ and IBM sign new $450 million contractANZ bank has extended its collaboration with IBM by signing a new five-year, $4
ANZ and IBM sign new $450 million contract
CIO / Posted 16 hours ago
ANZ bank has extended its collaboration with IBM by signing a new five-year, $450 million contract with the tech giant to drive productivity and assist in the bank’s regional Asian expansion. The new contract, which includes access to IBM’s entire... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Carly Leeson wins top cricket gong second year in a rowBRUSHGROVE'S Carly Leeson has been named Female Country Cricketer of the Year f
Carly Leeson wins top cricket gong second year in a row
Daily Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
BRUSHGROVE'S Carly Leeson has been named Female Country Cricketer of the Year for the second year in a row. Leeson spent plenty of time in representative teams during the 2014/15 season, including selection in the Commonwealth Bank Shooting Stars... Read more
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Northern Star
Carly Leeson wins top cricket gong second year in a rowBRUSHGROVE'S Carly Leeson has been named Female Country Cricketer of the Year f
Carly Leeson wins top cricket gong second year in a row
Northern Star / Posted 3 days ago
BRUSHGROVE'S Carly Leeson has been named Female Country Cricketer of the Year for the second year in a row. Leeson spent plenty of time in representative teams during the 2014/15 season, including selection in the Commonwealth Bank Shooting Stars... Read more
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The North West Star
Program pioneer wins awardJULIE Hill is a pioneer and the Centacare staff member has been recognised for
Program pioneer wins award
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
JULIE Hill is a pioneer and the Centacare staff member has been recognised for her work in the city's suburb of that name. JULIE Hill is a pioneer and the Centacare staff member has been recognised for her work in the city's suburb of that... Read more
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iTNews
CBA offers $1k prize to nation's best cyber studentsPartners with six universities to boost cyber skills. The Commonwealth Bank wi
CBA offers $1k prize to nation's best cyber students
iTNews / Posted 4 days ago
Partners with six universities to boost cyber skills. The Commonwealth Bank will offer the nation's six best-performing information security students $1000 and the opportunity to tour its cyber security facilities under a new prize to be awarded... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
ASX rises after further strong Wall St gains The Australian share market has posted strong early gains, after getting anot
ASX rises after further strong Wall St gains
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
The Australian share market has posted strong early gains, after getting another very strong lead from Wall Street, which surged 2.4 per cent. US markets have notched their best two-day performance since... Read more
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Northern Star
Farmers investing in futureYOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boos
Farmers investing in future
Northern Star / Posted 4 days ago
YOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boost investment in their businesses through technology, infrastructure and employment, according to new research. The Commonwealth Bank bi-annual Agri Insights survey showed... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Farmers investing in futureYOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boos
Farmers investing in future
The Daily Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
YOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boost investment in their businesses through technology, infrastructure and employment, according to new research. The Commonwealth Bank bi-annual Agri Insights survey showed... Read more
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Queensland Times
Farmers investing in futureYOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boos
Farmers investing in future
Queensland Times / Posted 4 days ago
YOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boost investment in their businesses through technology, infrastructure and employment, according to new research. The Commonwealth Bank bi-annual Agri Insights survey showed... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Farmers investing in futureYOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boos
Farmers investing in future
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 4 days ago
YOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boost investment in their businesses through technology, infrastructure and employment, according to new research. The Commonwealth Bank bi-annual Agri Insights survey showed... Read more
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News Mail
Farmers investing in futureYOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boos
Farmers investing in future
News Mail / Posted 4 days ago
YOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boost investment in their businesses through technology, infrastructure and employment, according to new research. The Commonwealth Bank bi-annual Agri Insights survey showed... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Farmers investing in futureYOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boos
Farmers investing in future
Daily Examiner / Posted 4 days ago
YOUNG farmers under the age of 45 are more likely than older colleagues to boost investment in their businesses through technology, infrastructure and employment, according to new research. The Commonwealth Bank bi-annual Agri Insights survey showed... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Muslims face huge cost to rebuild Garden City mosqueWORSHIPERS at the Garden City Mosque are facing a massive bill to rebuild after
Muslims face huge cost to rebuild Garden City mosque
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
WORSHIPERS at the Garden City Mosque are facing a massive bill to rebuild after their mosque was burnt down by an arsonist earlier this year. Mosque president Professor Shahjahan Khan said advice from builders and architects suggested they would... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Commonwealth Bank warns of global cyber-security skills shortageCommonwealth Bank warns global cyber-security skills shortage leaves Australia
Commonwealth Bank warns of global cyber-security skills shortage
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Commonwealth Bank warns global cyber-security skills shortage leaves Australia open to attack The Commonwealth Bank is warning that a global cyber-security skills shortage could open the way for more and more high-profile and damaging computer... Read more
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TheBull
Australian shares close up 1.17 percentAustralian stocks closed sharply higher on Thursday on the back of a surging Wa
Australian shares close up 1.17 percent
TheBull / Posted 5 days ago
Australian stocks closed sharply higher on Thursday on the back of a surging Wall Street as fears over China gave way to bargain hunting. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index finished 1.17 percent higher at 5,233.3, following a strong rally on US markets... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bendigo Bank raises housing investor loan interest rates 0.2 percentage pointsBendigo Bank says raising interest rates for housing investors will help it lim
Bendigo Bank raises housing investor loan interest rates 0.2 percentage points
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Bendigo Bank says raising interest rates for housing investors will help it limit loan growth in this part of the market. Photo: James Davies Bendigo Bank is joining rivals in jacking up interest rates for property investors, raising rates on all... Read more
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TheBull
Australian shares open up 1.58 percentAustralian stocks gained 1.58 percent at the open Thursday on the back of a sur
Australian shares open up 1.58 percent
TheBull / Posted 5 days ago
Australian stocks gained 1.58 percent at the open Thursday on the back of a surging Wall Street as fears over China gave way to bargain hunting. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was 81.8 points higher at 5,252.6 in early trade, following a strong... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Blackmores joins the 100 club as shares hit a new high helped by record annual profitBlackmores has broken through the $100 barrier. The Commonwealth Bank got clos
Blackmores joins the 100 club as shares hit a new high helped by record annual profit
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Blackmores has broken through the $100 barrier. The Commonwealth Bank got close to the benchmark a few months ago, but yesterday vitamin maker Blackmores punched through the $100 share price. It was the first time in the company’s history that its... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Pair up to retire comfortablyIF you want to be financially comfortable in retirement, it pays to have a part
Pair up to retire comfortably
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
IF you want to be financially comfortable in retirement, it pays to have a partner. The average single Australian is likely to have less than two thirds of the retirement savings they will need, but couples fare much better, new research from the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Local market continues to rise despite volatile global economy The Australian share market gained ground for a second straight day on Wednes
Local market continues to rise despite volatile global economy
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
The Australian share market gained ground for a second straight day on Wednesday despite another volatile day on trading floors across the region. Local stocks fell 1 per cent in early... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coal divestment move 'will take us back to the Stone Age'Newcastle: home to the world's biggest coal export port. Photo: Darren Pateman
Coal divestment move 'will take us back to the Stone Age'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle: home to the world's biggest coal export port. Photo: Darren Pateman Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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The Young Witness
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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The Age
Coal divestment move 'will take us back to the Stone Age'Newcastle: home to the world's biggest coal export port. Photo: Darren Pateman
Coal divestment move 'will take us back to the Stone Age'
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle: home to the world's biggest coal export port. Photo: Darren Pateman Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting... Read more
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Western Advocate
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
Kiama Independent / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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Manning River Times
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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The North West Star
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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The Border Mail
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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Moneymanager
The rise of the Gen Y share investorYou're never too young to learn about investments and share trading. Gen Y is
The rise of the Gen Y share investor
Moneymanager / Posted 6 days ago
You're never too young to learn about investments and share trading. Gen Y is the first generation of digital natives, graduating seamlessly from their game consoles and computers to smartphones and contactless payments. So it should come as no... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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The Courier
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel linksNewcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its
Newcastle, home to world's biggest coal port, moves to curb fossil fuel links
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting councillor as taking the city "back to the Stone Age". Newcastle, home to the world's... Read more
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WA Today
Coal divestment move 'will take us back to the Stone Age'Newcastle: home to the world's biggest coal export port. Photo: Darren Pateman
Coal divestment move 'will take us back to the Stone Age'
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
Newcastle: home to the world's biggest coal export port. Photo: Darren Pateman Newcastle, home to the world's biggest coal export port, has voted to curb its links to banks backing the fossil fuel industry in a move described by a dissenting... Read more
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Herald Sun
Memo to banks: your number is upTHE dominance of Australia’s big four banks is stifling innovation, and custome
Memo to banks: your number is up
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
THE dominance of Australia’s big four banks is stifling innovation, and customers are missing out — that’s the conclusion drawn by a major research study released on Tuesday. It recommends a shake-up of the banking sector to give smaller lenders and... Read more
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Queensland Times
Farmers to help with teen searchFARMERS in the Gatton area are being asked to look over their properties as the
Farmers to help with teen search
Queensland Times / Posted 6 days ago
FARMERS in the Gatton area are being asked to look over their properties as the search for missing teen Jayde Kendall continues. The appeal for public help comes as the community prepares for a candlelight vigil being held tonight to support Jayde's... Read more
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