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Chatham Daily News
History major becomes entrepreneurMD. “It's the uphill path. It's exhausting, it's mentally draining and it's to
Chatham Daily News / Posted yesterday
MD. “It's the uphill path. It's exhausting, it's mentally draining and it's totally worth it,” Fisch told the audience. Peter Martin, an organizer of the local TEDx event, said it has attracted people from all over the world to Chatham-Kent in... Read more
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The Border Mail
Jacinda Arden's election makes things awkward for Julie Bishopa withering response on social media, attacking the national affairs editor of
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
a withering response on social media, attacking the national affairs editor of The Courier-Mail, who said she "might have some fences to mend". She also labelled as "rubbish" commentary from the ABC's Jonathan Green and Fairfax Media's Peter Mar... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Jacinda Arden's election makes things awkward for Julie Bishopa withering response on social media, attacking the national affairs editor of
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
a withering response on social media, attacking the national affairs editor of The Courier-Mail, who said she "might have some fences to mend". She also labelled as "rubbish" commentary from the ABC's Jonathan Green and Fairfax Media's Peter Mar... Read more
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The Courier
Jacinda Arden's election makes things awkward for Julie Bishopa withering response on social media, attacking the national affairs editor of
The Courier / Posted yesterday
a withering response on social media, attacking the national affairs editor of The Courier-Mail, who said she "might have some fences to mend". She also labelled as "rubbish" commentary from the ABC's Jonathan Green and Fairfax Media's Peter Mar... Read more
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Canberra Times
Julie Bishop on the warpath after shock elevation of Jacinda Ardern as NZ leaderI actually said? I agree with Ms Ardern her colleague's conduct was 'wrong, una
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
I actually said? I agree with Ms Ardern her colleague's conduct was 'wrong, unacceptable, should never have happened' https://t.co/6Q9HoMmV4e She also labelled as "rubbish" commentary from the ABC's Jonathan Green and Fairfax Media's Peter M... Read more
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Perth Now
Policeman appointed Qld prison system bossOne of Queensland's top cops has been appointed to head the state's prison syst
Perth Now / Posted 5 days ago
One of Queensland's top cops has been appointed to head the state's prison system. Deputy Commissioner Peter Martin will depart the Queensland Police Service in November to become the state's corrective services commissioner. Dr Martin had... Read more
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The Age
Policeman appointed Qld prison system bossOne of Queensland's top cops has been appointed to head the state's prison syst
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
One of Queensland's top cops has been appointed to head the state's prison system. Deputy Commissioner Peter Martin will depart the Queensland Police Service in November to become the state's corrective services commissioner. Deputy Commissioner... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Policeman appointed Qld prison system bossOne of Queensland's top cops has been appointed to head the state's prison syst
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
One of Queensland's top cops has been appointed to head the state's prison system. Deputy Commissioner Peter Martin will depart the Queensland Police Service in November to become the state's corrective services commissioner. Deputy Commissioner... Read more
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WA Today
Reducing energy content in sugary drinks by a third would save 155,000 Australian liveslikely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
likely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will it do to price? The Age's Economics Editor Peter Martin explains. "The results are a clear demonstration of the harm sugary drinks are causing," said lead researcher... Read more
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Canberra Times
Cutting sugar in soft drinks would save 155,000 lives and $8 billion: expertslikely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
likely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will it do to price? The Age's Economics Editor Peter Martin explains. "The results are a clear demonstration of the harm sugary drinks are causing," said lead researcher... Read more
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The Age
Cutting sugar in soft drinks would save 155,000 lives and $8 billion: expertslikely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
likely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will it do to price? The Age's Economics Editor Peter Martin explains. "The results are a clear demonstration of the harm sugary drinks are causing," said lead researcher... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Cutting sugar in soft drinks would save 155,000 lives and $8 billion: expertslikely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
likely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will it do to price? The Age's Economics Editor Peter Martin explains. "The results are a clear demonstration of the harm sugary drinks are causing," said lead researcher... Read more
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The Courier
An alternative view from palliative care“main games” in end of life care. And we will continue to do our very best for
The Courier / Posted 10 days ago
“main games” in end of life care. And we will continue to do our very best for those who seek our help. Dr Greg Mewett, Professor Michael Ashby and Professor Peter Martin are palliative care physicians in Ballarat, Hobart and Geelong respect... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
The Higher Ed Notebook: Noted historian of national parks to speak at Stetsonwas given by Sean Norkus, D.C. The conferring of degrees and presentation of aw
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 12 days ago
was given by Sean Norkus, D.C. The conferring of degrees and presentation of awards were conducted by campus President Peter Martin, D.C.; William Sherrier, D.C. interim dean of Academic Affairs; and Shane Carter, D.C., MBA, dean of... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Plans for new homes on site of the former Victoria Infirmary officially submittedbe sold. Approximately 100 would be available for affordable housing, subject t
EveningTimes Online / Posted 16 days ago
be sold. Approximately 100 would be available for affordable housing, subject to Glasgow City Council grant approval. Peter Martin, Sanctuary’s Group Director – Development, said: “We are delighted to submit our planning application,... Read more
17d
EveningTimes Online
Plans officially submitted for new homes on site of the former Victoria Infirmarybe sold. Approximately 100 would be available for affordable housing, subject t
EveningTimes Online / Posted 17 days ago
be sold. Approximately 100 would be available for affordable housing, subject to Glasgow City Council grant approval. Peter Martin, Sanctuary’s Group Director – Development, said: “We are delighted to submit our planning application,... Read more
17d
The Age
Record rain heralds Qld storm seasonpeople who had lost their roofs. Ergon worked to restore power to more than 40
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
people who had lost their roofs. Ergon worked to restore power to more than 4000 homes. State disaster co-ordinator Peter Martin said Bundaberg residents also deserved "very special praise" for heeding the weather warnings. Mr Martin said... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Record rain heralds Qld storm seasonpeople who had lost their roofs. Ergon worked to restore power to more than 40
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
people who had lost their roofs. Ergon worked to restore power to more than 4000 homes. State disaster co-ordinator Peter Martin said Bundaberg residents also deserved "very special praise" for heeding the weather warnings. Mr Martin said... Read more
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17d
Geelong Advertiser
Record rain heralds Qld storm seasonpeople who had lost their roofs. Ergon worked to restore power to more than 40
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 17 days ago
people who had lost their roofs. Ergon worked to restore power to more than 4000 homes. State disaster co-ordinator Peter Martin said Bundaberg residents also deserved "very special praise" for heeding the weather warnings. Mr Martin said... Read more
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The North West Star
No easy gas shortage answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
The North West Star / Posted 24 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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24d
The Age
Gas supplies: Extraction of a resource is not ownership of itThank you Peter Martin for explaining the reasons for the gas shortfall ("Runni
The Age / Posted 24 days ago
Thank you Peter Martin for explaining the reasons for the gas shortfall ("Running out, but no easy answers", The Age, 26/9), but I would question the premise that the potential problem with restricting gas exports is that the big exporters are also... Read more
24d
The Border Mail
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
U.S. sees `four or five' ways to resolve North Korean crisisnuclear strikes after North Korea shot down a U.S. reconnaissance plane, accord
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 24 days ago
nuclear strikes after North Korea shot down a U.S. reconnaissance plane, according to documents declassified in 2010 and published by the National Security Archive. Bloomberg's Kanga Kong, Andy Sharp, David Tweed and Peter Martin c... Read more
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Canberra Times
No easy answers as the world's second biggest gas exporter prepares to run shortSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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The Young Witness
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
The Young Witness / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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Western Advocate
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
Western Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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The North West Star
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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25d
Daily Liberal
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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The Age
No easy answers as the world's second biggest gas exporter prepares to run shortSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
No easy answers as the world's second biggest gas exporter prepares to run shortSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
Kiama Independent / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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Manning River Times
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
Manning River Times / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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The Courier
Running out of gas but no easy answersSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
The Courier / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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WA Today
Peter Martin: No easy answers as the world's second biggest gas exporter prepares to run shortSo would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big prod
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
So would the commission. It points out that the big exporters are also big producers. If forced to wind back exports the big three might respond by winding back production. We'd be no better off. Peter Martin is economics edito... Read more
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Canberra Times
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesaround the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates o
Canberra Times / Posted 25 days ago
around the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates on hold at 1.5%. Economics Editor at The Age Peter Martin explains why and when we might see some change. "Recall that in mid-August last year, these same players... Read more
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WA Today
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesaround the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates o
WA Today / Posted 25 days ago
around the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates on hold at 1.5%. Economics Editor at The Age Peter Martin explains why and when we might see some change. "Recall that in mid-August last year, these same players... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesaround the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates o
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 25 days ago
around the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates on hold at 1.5%. Economics Editor at The Age Peter Martin explains why and when we might see some change. "Recall that in mid-August last year, these same players... Read more
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25d
The Age
Don't believe the hype on higher ratesaround the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates o
The Age / Posted 25 days ago
around the strength of the economy. The Reserve Bank has kept interest rates on hold at 1.5%. Economics Editor at The Age Peter Martin explains why and when we might see some change. "Recall that in mid-August last year, these same players... Read more
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26d
The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Remembering Walter Griffin's visionmigrate to a music of more intellectual and emotional complexity. Jazz, perhaps
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
migrate to a music of more intellectual and emotional complexity. Jazz, perhaps? Geoff Page, NarrabundahElectricity poser Peter Martin ("Electricity prices on rise", September 21, page 16) describes the "death spiral" that could occur if consumers... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Remembering Walter Griffin's visionmigrate to a music of more intellectual and emotional complexity. Jazz, perhaps
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 days ago
migrate to a music of more intellectual and emotional complexity. Jazz, perhaps? Geoff Page, NarrabundahElectricity poser Peter Martin ("Electricity prices on rise", September 21, page 16) describes the "death spiral" that could occur if consumers... Read more
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The Age
POWER SUPPLIES: A better question to ask, Where's the anguish?Peter Martin ('You're not paying more for electricity than you used to', The Su
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
Peter Martin ('You're not paying more for electricity than you used to', The Sunday Age, 17/9) points out that electricity prices remain at 2.9 per cent of average household incomes as in 1984. He asks, "So why the anguish?" Wrong question. He... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tax Office holds records of almost $18 billion in lost superthan 6 million lost and unclaimed accounts. The Productivity Commission says w
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
than 6 million lost and unclaimed accounts. The Productivity Commission says we have too many superannuation accounts. Peter Martin explains the logic. Mackay and Cairns and surrounding areas have the most lost super nationally. Each area has... Read more
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The Age
Tax Office holds records of almost $18 billion in lost superthan 6 million lost and unclaimed accounts. The Productivity Commission says w
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
than 6 million lost and unclaimed accounts. The Productivity Commission says we have too many superannuation accounts. Peter Martin explains the logic. Mackay and Cairns and surrounding areas have the most lost super nationally. Each area has... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Medals galore for Okanagan athletesSid Hutchinson, Tom Ouchi, Terry Lowe, Jeff Anderson, Al Lidstone, John Box. Ba
Vernon Morning Star / Posted a month ago
Sid Hutchinson, Tom Ouchi, Terry Lowe, Jeff Anderson, Al Lidstone, John Box. Back, Kevin Balfour, Wayne Brown, Wayne Hoover, Dave Correale, Craig Demetrick, Al Winther, Darrell Spencer, Blair Compton, Dave Schneider, Peter Martin. (Photo Subm... Read more
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WA Today
Hospitals and health groups demand 20 per cent soft drink taxlikely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will
WA Today / Posted 1 months ago
likely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will it do to price? The Age's Economics Editor Peter Martin explains. The strategy includes a ban on unhealthy food advertising on free-to-air television during prime... Read more
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The Age
Hospitals and health groups demand 20 per cent soft drink taxlikely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
likely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will it do to price? The Age's Economics Editor Peter Martin explains. The strategy includes a ban on unhealthy food advertising on free-to-air television during prime... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Hospitals and health groups demand 20 per cent soft drink taxlikely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
likely to make us less fat and might even help an ailing budget, but what will it do to price? The Age's Economics Editor Peter Martin explains. The strategy includes a ban on unhealthy food advertising on free-to-air television during prime... Read more
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