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The Age
Electricity deregulation has seen prices fall over five years: IPARTSydney consumers are paying less for electricity than five years ago, according
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Sydney consumers are paying less for electricity than five years ago, according to the surprising findings of a review of household electricity prices released by the state's pricing regulator on Tuesday. An Independent Pricing and Regulatory... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Electricity deregulation has seen prices fall over five years: IPARTSydney consumers are paying less for electricity than five years ago, according
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Sydney consumers are paying less for electricity than five years ago, according to the surprising findings of a review of household electricity prices released by the state's pricing regulator on Tuesday. An Independent Pricing and Regulatory... Read more
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The North West Star
Energy networks reject ACCC findings over price hikesas the cause of rising energy bills, stating prices have been progressively cut
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
as the cause of rising energy bills, stating prices have been progressively cut. Energy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to blame for rising power bills insisting their prices are lower than those cited in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Energy networks reject ACCC findings over price hikesEnergy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to b
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Energy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to blame for rising power bills insisting their prices are lower than those cited in an inquiry into the energy market. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission on... Read more
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The Age
Energy networks reject ACCC findings over price hikesEnergy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to b
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Energy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to blame for rising power bills insisting their prices are lower than those cited in an inquiry into the energy market. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission on... Read more
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WA Today
Energy networks reject ACCC findings over price hikesEnergy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to b
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
Energy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to blame for rising power bills insisting their prices are lower than those cited in an inquiry into the energy market. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission on... Read more
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5d
The Borneo Post
PKS launches GE14 manifestohe said the rights of the people of Sabah also include oil and minerals, cultur
The Borneo Post / Posted 5 days ago
he said the rights of the people of Sabah also include oil and minerals, culture, heritage and customs, labour, finance, consumer tax, citizenship, religious freedom, fighting against corruption, overwhelming abuse of power and misconduct and the... Read more
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The Hindu
Jaypee Group seeks SC nod to ‘hive off’ Yamuna Expressway projectJaypee Infratech Ltd. and given its management control to the Interim Resolutio
The Hindu / Posted 7 days ago
Jaypee Infratech Ltd. and given its management control to the Interim Resolution Professional (IRP), appointed by the National Company Law Tribunal, with immediate effect. The top court had also asked Jaypee Infratech to hand over records to... Read more
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7d
The Economic Times
Supreme Court restrains Amrapali group directors from leaving countryPradesh, the apex court had on October 6 issued notice to the Centre and the ho
The Economic Times / Posted 7 days ago
Pradesh, the apex court had on October 6 issued notice to the Centre and the housing group. This plea sought quashing of a National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) order initiating insolvency proceedings against Amrapali Silicon City Pvt Ltd under the... Read more
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Business Standard India
SC restrains Amrapali group directors from leaving Indiaadvocate Shekhar Naphade as amicus curiae to assist it by espousing the home bu
Business Standard India / Posted 7 days ago
advocate Shekhar Naphade as amicus curiae to assist it by espousing the home buyers' cause. This plea sought quashing of a National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) order initiating insolvency proceedings against Amrapali Silicon City Pvt Ltd under the... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Supreme Court restrains Amrapali Group directors from leaving countrythe apex court had on October 6 issued a notice to the Centre and the housing g
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 7 days ago
the apex court had on October 6 issued a notice to the Centre and the housing group. This plea sought quashing of a National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) order initiating insolvency proceedings against Amrapali Silicon City Pvt Ltd under the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Uber says giving drivers workers' rights would cost 'tens of millions' of poundsCommons Business Select Committee. Deliveroo’s UK and Ireland Managing Directo
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
Commons Business Select Committee. Deliveroo’s UK and Ireland Managing Director Dan Warne said additional costs including National Insurance contributions, would add around £1 to the cost of each delivery. Firms operating in the so-called gig... Read more
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The Hindu
Mr. PM: It’s time for bold economic thinkingresolve to deal with the massive non-performing loans problem. The recent RBI
The Hindu / Posted 12 days ago
resolve to deal with the massive non-performing loans problem. The recent RBI move to refer large stressed accounts to the National Company Law Tribunal so that they could be dealt with under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code will likely lead to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
GCCPC Trains Magistrates On Consumer ProtectionThe Gambia Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (GCCPC), on Wednesday
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
The Gambia Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (GCCPC), on Wednesday 27th September 2017, trained Magistrates on the key mandate of the Commission. These are the Competition Act of 2007, Consumer Protection Act of 2014 and the essential... Read more
23d
Financial News Network
Flat end to the day: Aus shares close 0.12% lowerMineral Resources, Fortescue and Boral all up, while Galaxy Resources was in de
Financial News Network / Posted 23 days ago
Mineral Resources, Fortescue and Boral all up, while Galaxy Resources was in decline. Tabcorp was also lower after the Tribunal hearings for the Tatts and Tabcorp combination were announced. At the closing bell the S&P/ASX 200 index closed 7... Read more
24d
Perth Now
Aussies spending on ‘experiences’as concert tickets, the theatre, hotel stays and eating out rather than retail
Perth Now / Posted 24 days ago
as concert tickets, the theatre, hotel stays and eating out rather than retail goods, according to new data released by National Australia Bank. CONSUMER ANZ — Consumer confidence has eased slightly in the past week but views towards the... Read more
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WA Today
Tatts set to scrap mega-merger shareholder voteto vote on the proposed tie-up next month, on October 18, but that timeframe ap
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
to vote on the proposed tie-up next month, on October 18, but that timeframe appeared to be shot down on Tuesday when the national competition tribunal ordered further hearings starting October 24. Tabcorp and Tatts argue the $11b merger will... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tatts set to scrap mega-merger shareholder voteto vote on the proposed tie-up next month, on October 18, but that timeframe ap
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
to vote on the proposed tie-up next month, on October 18, but that timeframe appeared to be shot down on Tuesday when the national competition tribunal ordered further hearings starting October 24. Tabcorp and Tatts argue the $11b merger will... Read more
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The Age
Tatts set to scrap mega-merger shareholder voteto vote on the proposed tie-up next month, on October 18, but that timeframe ap
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
to vote on the proposed tie-up next month, on October 18, but that timeframe appeared to be shot down on Tuesday when the national competition tribunal ordered further hearings starting October 24. Tabcorp and Tatts argue the $11b merger will... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tatts set to scrap mega-merger shareholder voteto vote on the proposed tie-up next month, on October 18, but that timeframe ap
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 24 days ago
to vote on the proposed tie-up next month, on October 18, but that timeframe appeared to be shot down on Tuesday when the national competition tribunal ordered further hearings starting October 24. Tabcorp and Tatts argue the $11b merger will... Read more
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25d
Zero Hedge
Global Stocks Mixed After "Nightmare Victory" For Merkel; Chinese Property Developers Crash“Investors are going to be closely following announcements on policy, especiall
Zero Hedge / Posted 25 days ago
“Investors are going to be closely following announcements on policy, especially given that fact that the AfD is not just nationalist, but also anti-euro to some extent.” As Bloomberg adds, the process of building a new government could take... Read more
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Pilipino Star
AES upheldthe 2016 elections, Marcos’s camp questioned the authenticity of all the certif
Pilipino Star / Posted 26 days ago
the 2016 elections, Marcos’s camp questioned the authenticity of all the certificates of canvass used by the electoral tribunal when they declared Leni Robredo as the winner of the vice-presidential race. Does this mean that we should go back... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Tabcorp, Tatts may need to start over for mega-mergerregulators, jeopardising their ambition of sealing a deal before the Melbourne
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 27 days ago
regulators, jeopardising their ambition of sealing a deal before the Melbourne Cup. Fairfax Media understands the national competition tribunal harbours serious doubts over whether it has the power to reconsider the high-profile... Read more
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WA Today
Tabcorp, Tatts may need to start over for mega-mergerregulators, jeopardising their ambition of sealing a deal before the Melbourne
WA Today / Posted 28 days ago
regulators, jeopardising their ambition of sealing a deal before the Melbourne Cup. Fairfax Media understands the national competition tribunal harbours serious doubts over whether it has the power to reconsider the high-profile... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tabcorp, Tatts may need to start over for mega-mergerregulators, jeopardising their ambition of sealing a deal before the Melbourne
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
regulators, jeopardising their ambition of sealing a deal before the Melbourne Cup. Fairfax Media understands the national competition tribunal harbours serious doubts over whether it has the power to reconsider the high-profile... Read more
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The Age
Tabcorp, Tatts may need to start over for mega-mergerregulators, jeopardising their ambition of sealing a deal before the Melbourne
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
regulators, jeopardising their ambition of sealing a deal before the Melbourne Cup. Fairfax Media understands the national competition tribunal harbours serious doubts over whether it has the power to reconsider the high-profile... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tabcorp, Tatts confident of merger despite dangers of longer delayinto uncertainty this week when the Federal Court decided its approval should b
Canberra Times / Posted 29 days ago
into uncertainty this week when the Federal Court decided its approval should be quashed and returned to the competition tribunal for review. The ACCC and CrownBet have been fighting against a decision to approve the Tabcor-Tatts merger. Photo:... Read more
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The Age
Tabcorp, Tatts confident of merger despite dangers of longer delayinto uncertainty this week when the Federal Court decided its approval should b
The Age / Posted 29 days ago
into uncertainty this week when the Federal Court decided its approval should be quashed and returned to the competition tribunal for review. The ACCC and CrownBet have been fighting against a decision to approve the Tabcor-Tatts merger. Photo:... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tabcorp, Tatts confident of merger despite dangers of longer delayinto uncertainty this week when the Federal Court decided its approval should b
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 29 days ago
into uncertainty this week when the Federal Court decided its approval should be quashed and returned to the competition tribunal for review. The ACCC and CrownBet have been fighting against a decision to approve the Tabcor-Tatts merger. Photo:... Read more
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WA Today
Tabcorp, Tatts merger case in danger of delayinto uncertainty this week when the Federal Court decided its approval should b
WA Today / Posted 29 days ago
into uncertainty this week when the Federal Court decided its approval should be quashed and returned to the competition tribunal for review. The ACCC and CrownBet have been fighting against a decision to approve the Tabcor-Tatts merger. Photo:... Read more
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Business Standard India
Jaypee Infra may be bombarded with 4,000 homebuyers' cases as SC steps installed residential projects. The apex court has stepped in to safeguard the i
Business Standard India / Posted 29 days ago
stalled residential projects. The apex court has stepped in to safeguard the interests of thousands of homebuyers in the National Capital Region after the civic authorities, as well as the government, failed them, according to finance and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tabcorp and Tatts merger derailed in Federal Courta decision to approve the Tabcor-Tatts merger. Photo: bradleyphotos.com.au "Th
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
a decision to approve the Tabcor-Tatts merger. Photo: bradleyphotos.com.au "The court orders that the decision of the tribunal be set aside," Justice Nye Perram said, "and the matter be referred back to the [Australian Competition Tribunal]... Read more
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Canberra Times
Death Spiral: why electricity prices are set to climb ever higherhouseholds converting to solar and batteries? Artist: Matt Davidson It's a fea
Canberra Times / Posted 30 days ago
households converting to solar and batteries? Artist: Matt Davidson It's a fear more primal – the same one gripping the national broadband network, public schools, and private health funds. "In this nightmare, a utility commits to build a very... Read more
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The Age
Death Spiral: why electricity prices are set to climb ever higherhouseholds converting to solar and batteries? Artist: Matt Davidson It's a fea
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
households converting to solar and batteries? Artist: Matt Davidson It's a fear more primal – the same one gripping the national broadband network, public schools, and private health funds. "In this nightmare, a utility commits to build a very... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Death Spiral: why electricity prices are set to climb ever higherhouseholds converting to solar and batteries? Artist: Matt Davidson It's a fea
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
households converting to solar and batteries? Artist: Matt Davidson It's a fear more primal – the same one gripping the national broadband network, public schools, and private health funds. "In this nightmare, a utility commits to build a very... Read more
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Herald Sun
Stocks to watchhalt at $4.075 The $11 billion merger of gaming firms Tabcorp and Tatts will b
Herald Sun / Posted 30 days ago
halt at $4.075 The $11 billion merger of gaming firms Tabcorp and Tatts will be re-examined by the Australian Competition Tribunal following a successful legal challenge from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. TPM - TPG TELECOM -... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Stocks to watchhalt at $4.075 The $11 billion merger of gaming firms Tabcorp and Tatts will b
The Courier Mail / Posted 30 days ago
halt at $4.075 The $11 billion merger of gaming firms Tabcorp and Tatts will be re-examined by the Australian Competition Tribunal following a successful legal challenge from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. TPM - TPG TELECOM -... Read more
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News.com.au
Stocks to watchhalt at $4.075 The $11 billion merger of gaming firms Tabcorp and Tatts will b
News.com.au / Posted 30 days ago
halt at $4.075 The $11 billion merger of gaming firms Tabcorp and Tatts will be re-examined by the Australian Competition Tribunal following a successful legal challenge from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. TPM - TPG TELECOM -... Read more
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Perth Now
Stocks to watchhalt at $4.075 The $11 billion merger of gaming firms Tabcorp and Tatts will b
Perth Now / Posted 30 days ago
halt at $4.075 The $11 billion merger of gaming firms Tabcorp and Tatts will be re-examined by the Australian Competition Tribunal following a successful legal challenge from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. TPM - TPG TELECOM -... Read more
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The Economic Times
NCLT orders StayZilla into insolvent liquidation in case file by vendor JigsawCHENNAI: The National Company Law Tribunal had ordered initiation of insolvency
The Economic Times / Posted 1 months ago
CHENNAI: The National Company Law Tribunal had ordered initiation of insolvency proceedings against hotel and homestay aggregator StayZilla, the consumer internet start-up that sparked national debates on the perils of entrepreneurship in India after... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Uber workers' rights row continues as petition gets 100,000 namesworkers' rights. The petition will be handed to Transport for London (TfL) on
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 1 months ago
workers' rights. The petition will be handed to Transport for London (TfL) on Monday (September 18) by the GMB union and consumer group SumOfUs. Research by SumOfUs showed that three out of four Londoners believe that TfL should require Uber to... Read more

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