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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Burt - Federal Election 2016kilometres in Perth's growing south-east suburban corridor. Major suburbs inclu
Burt - Federal Election 2016
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 hours ago
kilometres in Perth's growing south-east suburban corridor. Major suburbs include Armadale, Gosnells, Thornlie, Canning Vale, Huntingdale, Harrisdale, Piara Waters and Southern River. (Map)Redistribution Burt has been formed from the rapidly... Read more
14h
walesonline
The perks Cardiff councillors got this yearA personalised football shirt, tickets to the circus and rugby tickets - just s
The perks Cardiff councillors got this year
walesonline / Posted 14 hours ago
A personalised football shirt, tickets to the circus and rugby tickets - just some of the perks Cardiff councillors received this year. Other items received include a model of an aircraft, a Chinese calculator and olive oil. The council’s... Read more
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CNBC
Trading the oil rally: 4 names to watchOil prices will likely fall again in the long run, contended trader Brian Kelly
Trading the oil rally: 4 names to watch
CNBC / Posted yesterday
Oil prices will likely fall again in the long run, contended trader Brian Kelly. However, he believes they could rise more in the short term, and he would make a "quick trade" in the SPDR S&P Oil and Gas Exploration and Production ETF. The fund is up... Read more
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Northern Echo
Fracking debate: "Do we produce our own gas or rely on others to produce it for us?" say supporterswells, Third Energy is applying for permission to use one of its existing wells
Fracking debate: "Do we produce our own gas or rely on others to produce it for us?" say supporters
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
wells, Third Energy is applying for permission to use one of its existing wells for fracking. It hopes to extract shale gas from its existing KM-8 well, which was drilled in 2013 to extract gas using conventional methods. Fracking would involve... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The commodity no one knows about but everybody wants to buyThe world’s mines and steel plants got so devalued during the commodity slump t
The commodity no one knows about but everybody wants to buy
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
The world’s mines and steel plants got so devalued during the commodity slump that some were just given away by owners struggling to cut losses or debt. But there’s at least one metal that’s been attracting a lot of attention. Niobium – named for a... Read more
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Daily Record
Mums' anti-bullying message at odds with sickening crimes they've committedcalling for tough action against those responsible are unaware of their sick se
Mums' anti-bullying message at odds with sickening crimes they've committed
Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
calling for tough action against those responsible are unaware of their sick secret. The women who take such a tough stand against bullies were part of the notorious “bitches from hell” gang who kidnapped and tortured a young woman. They... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Runcorn MP seeks assurances over Government steps to help chemical sectorto be taken to support the ‘many vital jobs’ that depend on the sector. The qu
Runcorn MP seeks assurances over Government steps to help chemical sector
Liverpool Echo / Posted 11 days ago
to be taken to support the ‘many vital jobs’ that depend on the sector. The questions were put to Mr Evans during a Scotland oil and gas debate. The Weaver Vale MP, whose constituency encompasses much of east Runcorn, Daresbury and Frodsham,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Retiring MPs - Federal Election 201661 year-old Baldwin contested the Central Coast seat of Dobell against Michael
Retiring MPs - Federal Election 2016
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
61 year-old Baldwin contested the Central Coast seat of Dobell against Michael Lee in 1993 and returned to contest Paterson in 1996, a late decision after the previous nominee was disendorsed by Liberal Party head office. While at the time he did not... Read more
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Perth Now
$1m fire in Canning Vale laboratoryA fire in a Canning Vale laboratory has caused about $1 million damage on Wedne
$1m fire in Canning Vale laboratory
Perth Now / Posted 15 days ago
A fire in a Canning Vale laboratory has caused about $1 million damage on Wednesday night A FIRE in a Canning Vale laboratory has caused about $1 million damage on Wednesday night. Firefighters were called to the Bureau Veritas Australia laboratory... Read more
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Japan Today
Mitsui to trim thermal coal assets amid climate concerns ‹ Japan Todaycoal investments amid growing pressure worldwide for companies to cut reliance
Mitsui to trim thermal coal assets amid climate concerns ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 15 days ago
coal investments amid growing pressure worldwide for companies to cut reliance on the fossil fuel after last year’s landmark climate pact in Paris, its president said on Wednesday. Mitsui owns mine stakes that had an equivalent annual output... Read more
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Denver Post
Unassuming Ambli delivers cuisine from across the globeIf you spin a globe and drop your index finger anywhere within 40 degrees of th
Unassuming Ambli delivers cuisine from across the globe
Denver Post / Posted 15 days ago
If you spin a globe and drop your index finger anywhere within 40 degrees of the equator, chances are you will find a country — or at least a continent — whose foods are represented at Ambli. This spot in an unassuming shopping center at the corner... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Peabody sells Australian coal acreagegroups involved in the purchase of coal tenements sold by Peabody Energy overni
Peabody sells Australian coal acreage
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
groups involved in the purchase of coal tenements sold by Peabody Energy overnight. Peabody sold the tenements in Queensland's Bowen Basin to little-known Pembroke Resources, which was only registered as a company in April 2014. Struggling coal... Read more
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The Age
Peabody sells Australian coal acreagecoal miner Peabody has sold some of its Australian acreage. The coking coal ten
Peabody sells Australian coal acreage
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
coal miner Peabody has sold some of its Australian acreage. The coking coal tenements were sold for $104 million and include royalty streams. Photo: Dean Osland Another private equity group has increased its exposure to Australian coal,... Read more
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The Star
Top foreign and local stories at 4pmbank closures: Spanish banks, which slimmed down after a property boom went bus
Top foreign and local stories at 4pm
The Star / Posted 22 days ago
bank closures: Spanish banks, which slimmed down after a property boom went bust in 2008, are once again closing branches and slashing jobs as their profitability is hit by stiff competition. — AFP Indonesia’s Q1 GDP grows at slower pace than... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Calendar: What investors need to know for the week aheadA daily rundown of the economic reports and corporate earnings that will be gra
Calendar: What investors need to know for the week ahead
The Globe and Mail / Posted a month ago
A daily rundown of the economic reports and corporate earnings that will be grabbing the market's attention in the week ahead.Monday April 25 Japan leading index Germany Ifo business climate (10 a.m. ET) U.S. new home sales for March. Consensus is... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
‘Turnbull’s taken the wrong road’: truckie"In my lifetime I’ve seen some real tragedies because of poor rates of pay and
‘Turnbull’s taken the wrong road’: truckie
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 1 months ago
"In my lifetime I’ve seen some real tragedies because of poor rates of pay and faulty trucks." DRIVING FORCE: Truck driver Pat Armstrong (centre) with Lee Lawler and Rob Pirc from the Transport Workers Union. Picture: Sylvia Liber “In my lifetime... Read more
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Kiama Independent
‘Turnbull’s taken the wrong road’: truckie"In my lifetime I’ve seen some real tragedies because of poor rates of pay and
‘Turnbull’s taken the wrong road’: truckie
Kiama Independent / Posted 1 months ago
"In my lifetime I’ve seen some real tragedies because of poor rates of pay and faulty trucks." DRIVING FORCE: Truck driver Pat Armstrong (centre) with Lee Lawler and Rob Pirc from the Transport Workers Union. Picture: Sylvia Liber “In my lifetime... Read more

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