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2015/04/24 21:19
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Gambling venues could be sued if they failed their ''duty of care'' to prevent punters becoming addicts, under a plan being pursued by a quartet of MPs. Gambling venues could be sued if they failed...
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2015/04/23 20:10
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... Senate reform push assumes such amateurs have no place in politics, and in effect endorses professionalisation…” No it doesn’t Bernard, it assumes that senators should be elected by voters...
2015/04/23 17:05
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Illustration: John Shakespeare. The transcripts for this week's Senate grilling of the Big Four bank all-stars highlights some of the excruciating exchanges that were missed in the cut and thrust of...
2015/04/23 05:10
2015/04/23 05:10
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If there’s a consensus in Australian mainstream politics currently, it’s for Senate reform, right across the political divide. Liberals, Nationals, the Greens, Labor and South Australian independent...
2015/04/22 14:17
2015/04/22 14:17
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NSW & ACT Retiree slug plan canned: Taxing super for the rich is ‘unviable’ Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is open to the idea of wealthy superannuants losing their tax breaks. A PROPOSAL by...
2015/04/22 02:18
2015/04/22 02:18
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The corporate tax avoidance inquiry at the State Parliament of Victoria. Photo: Jesse Marlow Australia's biggest miners, BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto, have told the Senate inquiry into corporate tax...
2015/04/22 01:12
2015/04/22 01:12
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Crossbench senators have welcomed a sweeping review of the Medicare system launched by Health Minister Sussan Ley, describing the move as "better late than never". Crossbench senators have welcomed a...
2015/04/21 23:22
2015/04/21 23:22
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The ANZ Bank's deputy chief executive, Graham Hodges, has apologised to a Senate Committee for the banking group's failings around its Prime Access offering amid political and regulatory criticism...
2015/04/21 15:05
2015/04/21 15:05
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Facing the Senate (from left): ANZ deputy chief executive Graham Hodges, CBA chief executive Ian Narev, NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn, Macquarie Group chief executive Nicholas Moore. The big...
2015/04/21 15:05
2015/04/21 15:05
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Illustration: John Shakespeare. Macquarie boss Nic Moore and his wealth lieutenant, Greg Ward, treated the Senate inquiry into financial advice to some classic Seinfeld comedy Tuesday with a running...
2015/04/21 15:05
2015/04/21 15:05
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If one message came out of the Senate hearing into financial misconduct, it affects too many lives, has caused too much pain and is too important to be swept under the carpet. It was a message the...
2015/04/21 09:55
2015/04/21 09:55
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Victims of bad financial advice are demanding the Abbott government reconsider its decision not to have a royal commission into the industry. Independent senator Nick Xenophon is also pursuing new...
2015/04/21 06:05
2015/04/21 06:05
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Live: bank chiefs face Senate grilling Macquarie has revealed some of the 11 planners it has reported to the corporate watchdog and dismissed are still working in the industry. Macquarie Group chief...
2015/04/21 05:55
2015/04/21 05:55
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Macquarie Bank financial advisers sacked for mismanagement are continuing to work in the industry, with their new employers touting their appointments, a Senate inquiry has heard. Macquarie’s...
2015/04/21 03:05
2015/04/21 03:05
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Live: bank chiefs face Senate grilling A compensation scheme of last resort to help victims of financial misconduct is being revisited as a way to help protect customers and repair the crisis of...
2015/04/16 10:26
2015/04/16 10:26
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MARK COLVIN: The authors of a multi-million dollar government commissioned report into naval shipbuilding in Australia were told not to include the possibility of a future submarine build. But the...
2015/04/16 09:17
2015/04/16 09:17
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AUSTRALIANS could face significant dangers if the federal government allows them to import vehicles from overseas, the car industry has warned. THE government will decide by June whether to remove...
2015/04/16 08:24
2015/04/16 08:24
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ANZ chief executive Mike Smith. Photo: Peter Braig Another day, another scandal. ANZ bank's bombshell that it misled clients by charging them for advice they didn't receive is appalling but not...
2015/04/16 07:12
2015/04/16 07:12
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Voters would be required to prove their identity before casting a ballot under changes recommended by a federal parliamentary committee on electoral reform. Voters would be required to prove their...
2015/04/16 04:57
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Jules Crittenden speaks on war correspondence to ROTC cadets (Claire Anderson/Daily Collegian) Former war correspondent and editor at the Boston Herald Jules Crittenden gave a presentation on...
2015/04/24 21:19
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