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TheBull
Stocks to watch - www.thebull.com.auStocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: ANZ - ANZ BANKING GROUP CBA
TheBull / Posted 46 minutes ago
Stocks to watch on the Australian stock exchange: ANZ - ANZ BANKING GROUP CBA - COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA MQG - MACQUARIE GROUP NAB - NATIONAL AUSTRALIA BANK WBC - WESTPAC Australia's four biggest banks have bowed to years of consumer... Read more
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The Courier
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
The Courier / Posted 8 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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Western Advocate
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
Western Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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Manning River Times
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
Manning River Times / Posted 12 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 12 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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The North West Star
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
The North West Star / Posted 12 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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The Border Mail
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
The Border Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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The Courier
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
The Courier / Posted 12 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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The Young Witness
Nursing home accused of being like Guantanamo Bayeffectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gar
The Young Witness / Posted 13 hours ago
effectively". "They are so general in nature that anyone could pass," says Gary Morgan, a former auditor with a top-10 Australian company, whose wife lived in a nursing home that he says was driven by profit and not care. "I'd throw every one... Read more
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The Age
Money flows into European funds as German election helps quell populist fearsand visible in the euro's implied one week volatility, which has plunged 170 ba
The Age / Posted 21 hours ago
and visible in the euro's implied one week volatility, which has plunged 170 basis points in September. A television news report shows Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel announcing her intention to stand for a fourth term as the DAX Index curve is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Money flows into European funds as German election helps quell populist fearsand visible in the euro's implied one week volatility, which has plunged 170 ba
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
and visible in the euro's implied one week volatility, which has plunged 170 basis points in September. A television news report shows Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel announcing her intention to stand for a fourth term as the DAX Index curve is... Read more
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New Kerala
What it Takes to Thrive in Canada's Multi-Billion-Dollar Marijuana Industry - newkerala news #274263marijuana sales could exceed $8 billion by 2024, as forecast by Canaccord Genui
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
marijuana sales could exceed $8 billion by 2024, as forecast by Canaccord Genuity Group's November 2016 market research report. ABcann Global Corp. (OTC: ABCCF) (TSX.V: ABCN) (ABcann Profile) is considered one of Canada's strongest growers,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The Secret Diary of Ian Macdonald, aged 68 and a halfcrime boss Bob Trimbole. James Tong, who publishes the Chinese Domain in partn
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
crime boss Bob Trimbole. James Tong, who publishes the Chinese Domain in partnership with Fairfax and is chairman of the Australian Chinese Primary Industry Council, is a frequent entry in Macdonald's journal. Over the years Mr Tong, who came to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'In horrific pain': How Kaye’s mum died from a sore on her footfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Canberra Times
Vitriol and money-making: Secret diary of former minister Ian Macdonald revealedcrime boss Bob Trimbole. James Tong, who publishes the Chinese Domain in partn
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
crime boss Bob Trimbole. James Tong, who publishes the Chinese Domain in partnership with Fairfax and is chairman of the Australian Chinese Primary Industry Council, is a frequent entry in Macdonald's journal. Over the years Mr Tong, who came to... Read more
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The Border Mail
The Secret Diary of Ian Macdonald, aged 68 and a halfcrime boss Bob Trimbole. James Tong, who publishes the Chinese Domain in partn
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
crime boss Bob Trimbole. James Tong, who publishes the Chinese Domain in partnership with Fairfax and is chairman of the Australian Chinese Primary Industry Council, is a frequent entry in Macdonald's journal. Over the years Mr Tong, who came to... Read more
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The Age
Vitriol and money-making: Secret diary of former minister Ian Macdonald revealedcrime boss Bob Trimbole. James Tong, who publishes the Chinese Domain in partn
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
crime boss Bob Trimbole. James Tong, who publishes the Chinese Domain in partnership with Fairfax and is chairman of the Australian Chinese Primary Industry Council, is a frequent entry in Macdonald's journal. Over the years Mr Tong, who came to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Vitriol and money-making: Secret diary of former minister Ian Macdonald revealedcrime boss Bob Trimbole. James Tong, who publishes the Chinese Domain in partn
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
crime boss Bob Trimbole. James Tong, who publishes the Chinese Domain in partnership with Fairfax and is chairman of the Australian Chinese Primary Industry Council, is a frequent entry in Macdonald's journal. Over the years Mr Tong, who came to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Canberra Times
Rio Tinto to buy back another $US2.5b of sharesbillion) share buyback to distribute funds from the sale of its Coal & Allied b
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
billion) share buyback to distribute funds from the sale of its Coal & Allied business. The Rio move means that four big Australian miners, Rio Tinto, BHP, Fortescue Metals Group and South32, have unveiled more than $US9.16 billion ($A11.5... Read more
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The Border Mail
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Market Watch
Asian markets rattled by latest North Korean nuclear threatEquity markets across the Asia-Pacific region were down on Friday, with stocks
Market Watch / Posted 2 days ago
Equity markets across the Asia-Pacific region were down on Friday, with stocks in Japan reversing early gains following fresh threats from North Korea, while China-related stocks declined on a credit-rating downgrade. North Korean Foreign Minister... Read more
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Manning River Times
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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The North West Star
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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The Courier
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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The Young Witness
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Western Advocate
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Manning River Times
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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The Age
Dawn's final days reveal aged care horrorfor-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
for-profit homes; private one-off or family-run businesses; charitable, church and not-for-profit homes. More than 195,000 Australians live in one. About half of the residents have dementia. Their average age is 85. Many cannot move, speak or... Read more
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Canberra Times
Craigie's final Crown pay day makes a splash but ex-chairman Rankin's a squib chairman John Alexander, lost $7.5 million of incentive payments for the 2017 f
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
chairman John Alexander, lost $7.5 million of incentive payments for the 2017 financial year, according to Crown's annual report released on Thursday. But it was only indirectly related to the company's disaster in China, where 19 employees were... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
RBA’s dire warning for Brisbanenew apartments set to hit the market this year. RBA assistant governor Luci El
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 days ago
new apartments set to hit the market this year. RBA assistant governor Luci Ellis. Picture: John Feder. Speaking at an Australian Business Economists lunch in Sydney yesterday, Dr Ellis said the apartments most vulnerable to price falls weren’t... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
6 things Australian traders will be talking about this morningmore next year although inflation expectations fell slightly. The US dollar and
Business Insider Australia / Posted 3 days ago
more next year although inflation expectations fell slightly. The US dollar and US government bond yields both rose, while stocks were little-changed. 2. Currency markets more dovish: Although the USD climbed, currency moves were relatively... Read more
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Western Advocate
From snig to the shear at Trunkey Creek Showgymkhana on Sunday, October 29. There will be lots of novelty events, competit
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
gymkhana on Sunday, October 29. There will be lots of novelty events, competitors age groups from led to open, plus stockmans, ironman and farmers challenges. Details on 6337 5131 or rydalgymkhana00@gmail.com.JBas workshops WORD of mouth... Read more
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Canberra Times
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: The problems of train travel from Sydney to Canberraa lifelong rail fan. But when will these people face reality? The problem with
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
a lifelong rail fan. But when will these people face reality? The problem with the Sydney-Canberra train is not the rolling stock or even the infrastructure but the fact that it makes nine stops en route, each of which costs the train five minutes... Read more
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The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: The problems of train travel from Sydney to Canberraa lifelong rail fan. But when will these people face reality? The problem with
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
a lifelong rail fan. But when will these people face reality? The problem with the Sydney-Canberra train is not the rolling stock or even the infrastructure but the fact that it makes nine stops en route, each of which costs the train five minutes... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: The problems of train travel from Sydney to Canberraa lifelong rail fan. But when will these people face reality? The problem with
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
a lifelong rail fan. But when will these people face reality? The problem with the Sydney-Canberra train is not the rolling stock or even the infrastructure but the fact that it makes nine stops en route, each of which costs the train five minutes... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Emerging markets surge stirs valuation debateA man passes by a stock index board at a bank in Bangkok, Thailand Oct 17, 2016
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 5 days ago
A man passes by a stock index board at a bank in Bangkok, Thailand Oct 17, 2016. (Reuters file photo) SYDNEY: One of the world’s best trades this year, going long on emerging-market equities, is even troubling the bulls after handing investors twice... Read more
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Business Wire
Anpario plc UK Regulatory Announcement: Half-year Reportgrowth during the period. Distribution has been further extended during the per
Business Wire / Posted 5 days ago
growth during the period. Distribution has been further extended during the period through the acquisition of Cobbett, our Australian distributor, and the formation of subsidiaries in Thailand and Indonesia. Financial review Revenue in the first... Read more
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The Hill
Equifax hit by earlier undisclosed hack | Facebook takes heat over Russian ads | Alt-right Twitter rival may lose domainEARLIER HACK AT EQUIFAX: Credit reporting firm Equifax reportedly knew about a
The Hill / Posted 5 days ago
EARLIER HACK AT EQUIFAX: Credit reporting firm Equifax reportedly knew about a major hack of its computer systems in March, nearly five months before the date disclosed to the public. But Equifax in a statement to The Hill denied the March breach... Read more
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