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08/26/2016
Failed hardware chain Masters will sell of $700MILLION worth off stock - Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Failed hardware chain Masters will sell of $700MILLION worth off stock
Daily Mail
Failed hardware chain Masters is preparing to hold the biggest liquidation sale in Australian history, with $600-$700 million worth of discounted stock up for grabs. The store-wide sale will begin on Monday 29 August and will see everything go ...
Hardware about to get dirt cheapNEWS.com.au
Masters fire sale to start MondayIllawarra Mercury
$3bn Masters disaster was all DIY by WoolworthsThe Australian
The Sydney Morning Herald -The Australian Financial Review -The West Australian -dailytelegraph.com.au
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08/26/2016
NBN needs another $20 billion of public money to finish rollout - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

NBN needs another $20 billion of public money to finish rollout
The Sydney Morning Herald
The federal government will have to plow another $20 billion into the national broadband network as it battles higher than expected costs next year. And NBN Co has been forced to change plans for 1.5 million households to avoid a potential cost blowout.
NBN Shifts 1 Million Premises From HFC to FTTNLifehacker Australia
Aussie of year award to NBN's Bill Morrow for realistic buildThe Australian
NBN: 1.5 million cable upgrades ditchedNEWS.com.au
ABC Online -iTWire -Herald Sun -The Australian Financial Review
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08/26/2016
Storm Financial court ruling 'won't mean a thing' to victims - ABC Online

ABC Online

Storm Financial court ruling 'won't mean a thing' to victims
ABC Online
A damning court ruling declaring former Storm Financial directors broke the law will make no difference to elderly victims of the company's collapse, a victims' action group says. The north Queensland company crashed in 2009, leaving 3,000 of its ...
Storm Financial directors breached their duties: courtThe Sydney Morning Herald
ASIC welcomes Qld Storm Financial rulingSky News Australia
Cassimatises breached duties as Storm Financial directorsThe Australian
The Australian Financial Review -LeapRate
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08/25/2016
Scott Morrison and the 'Get Your Hand Off It' generation - SBS

SBS

Scott Morrison and the 'Get Your Hand Off It' generation
SBS
Treasurer Scott Morrison believes that Australia has developed a 'handout generation' who pay no tax and are crippling our economy. Unsurprisingly, he isn't referring to big business tax dodgers but rather, young people. Comedian Lucy Valentine pleads ...
Target the have-nots: Liberals up to the same old tricksThe Sydney Morning Herald
Despite the political wrangling super's still a good dealThe Australian Financial Review
Scott Morrison takes big step but long way to goThe Australian
Herald Sun -Courier Mail -Green Left Weekly -NEWS.com.au
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08/25/2016
No magic fix for dairy crisis: Joyce - Sky News Australia

Sky News Australia

No magic fix for dairy crisis: Joyce
Sky News Australia
There may not be a magic wand to fix the dairy crisis but Australia's struggling farmers and Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce want the days of $1-a-litre milk to end. There will be a full investigation by the competition watchdog into what Mr Joyce ...
Gary Helou got millions, farmers got milkedThe Australian
ACCC dairy investigations strengthenedStock & Land
Dairy industry has great future: farmers9news.com.au

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08/25/2016
Massive $25 million surf park set to make a splash in Melville - WAtoday

WAtoday

Massive $25 million surf park set to make a splash in Melville
WAtoday
Melville could be home to WA's first surf park with a $25 million wave lagoon proposed for the Swan River foreshore. Perth-based company Wave Park Group has written to the City of Melville proposing to build a 2.4 hectare pool in Alfred Cove, on the ...
Surf's up in the Swan River with $20m wave parkThe West Australian
Perth will build Australia's third surf poolSurferToday

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08/26/2016
ASX lower as investors wait on Yellen - The West Australian

THE BUSINESS TIMES

ASX lower as investors wait on Yellen
The West Australian
This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. Replay Video will begin in STOP. UP NEXT. Get Adobe Flash player. Video Midday finance report - 26 August · Share Tweet Whatsapp Email. Share ...
The Four ASX Stocks That Weather All StormsMoney Morning Australia
Stocks edge lower ahead of Yellen speechThe Australian
Friday falls: Aus shares close 0.48% lowerFinance News Network
Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)
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08/26/2016
Alan Joyce at Qantas bets on tech to drive change - The Australian

The Australian

Alan Joyce at Qantas bets on tech to drive change
The Australian
It was fitting that Qantas boss Alan Joyce celebrated his 50th birthday on the last day of the last financial year on June 30. That day his chief financial officer Tino La Spina and his team in the airline's head office bunker at Mascot had closed the ...
Qantas achieves financial sustainability, now takes on Singapore Airlines and Cathay PacificCAPA - Centre for Aviation
Alan Joyce flies high with QantasFinancial Times
Can I use Cathay Pacific lounges if I'm on a Qantas flight?Australian Business Traveller
Human Resources Online -The USA Commerce -Air Cargo World (registration)
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08/26/2016
Taking Rio Tinto money a family affair for Grylls - The Australian

The Australian

Taking Rio Tinto money a family affair for Grylls
The Australian
Quiz time: Who employs the brother of the Robin Hood of Western Australia, Brendon Grylls? The miner now run by French-born Anglophile Jean-Sebastien Jacques (aka “The Sheriff of Nottingham”), Rio Tinto, which celebrated the 50th birthday of its iron ...
Rio Tinto labels Grylls global risk #1The West Australian

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08/26/2016
Woodside floats Browse revival after James Price axing - The West Australian

The West Australian

Woodside floats Browse revival after James Price axing
The West Australian
Plans for a gas hub at James Price Point near Broome drew strong opposition back in 2009. Picture: Sharon Smith/The West Australian. Share Tweet Whatsapp Email. Share. Woodside floats Browse revival after James Price axing - The West Australian.
Woodside Petroleum's Browse pipeline plan on againThe Australian
Browse still on the list for WoodsideBusiness News
ConocoPhillips (COP): Deal over SNE Field Faces DelaySmаrt Stоck Nеws

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