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Farm families forgotten in ANZ loan grab: royal commission - The Australian
ANZ bank has admitted it failed to consider the human toll of calling in loans and evicting farming families from their land. Under the spotlight of the financial services royal commission, the bank yesterday said it had made allowances in its ...
Banking royal commission: Hayne revives the terrors of the financial crisis
More Landmark questions for ANZ at inquiry
ANZ admits treatment of some farming clients breached bank code
CBA in $10bn wealth, broking spin-off - The Australian
Commonwealth Bank has rung the bell on vertical integration, unwinding itself from a near-two decade cycle of cross-ownership of wealth management and mortgage broking businesses as it launches a new $10 billion spin-off that will emerge as one of the ...
CBA's new strategy should mean higher returns from banking
CBA amputates toxic wealth management arm before poison spreads
Commonwealth Bank to separate wealth management and mortgage broking businesses
Australian Government to enforce new restrictions on powders on flights - NEWS.com.au
A FOILED plot to blow up a plane over Sydney has led to new baggage restrictions that apply to flights out of Australia. Lauren McMah@lauren_mcmah · news.com.auJune 25, 201812:56pm. Video; Image ...
Weird things you can (and can't) bring on a plane
Huge change coming to carry-on
New rules on talcum powder and baby formula in hand luggage on flights over terror fears
'Naked hermit' kicked off island - Mackay Daily Mercury
Mackay Daily Mercury
Mackay Daily Mercury
A MAN who lived as a castaway on a deserted island for almost 30 years has been removed from his home after becoming the longest lasting voluntary castaway alive. Masafumi Nagasaki arrived on the island of Sotobanari, on the Yaeyama Islands, ...
'Naked hermit' who lived on deserted island for 30 years 'captured' and brought back to civilisation
Japanese island man lives as naked hermit
Soft drink industry pledges to cut sugar overall, but doctors say it's a diversion from the real issue - ABC News
A new Government-backed plan to reduce sugar in the soft drink industry is an attempt to avoid real change, according to Australian doctors. Key points: Australian Beverages Council announced, alongside Health Minister Greg Hunt, it would reduce sugar ...
Australian soft drink industry vows to slash use of sugar by 20 per cent
Soft-drink makers to gradually cut sugar content
Coca-Cola and Pepsi's massive move to reduce sugar in soft drinks
Coles and Woolies to crack down on bags they'll accept from customers - Starts at 60
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Woolworths and Coles supermarkets have issued a new warning to customers after deciding to scrap single-use plastic bags from stores. Earlier this week, Woolworths rolled out a ban on the bags, removing them promptly from stores across the country and ...
Plastic bag bans: Here's how the alternatives stack up
Plastic bag ban: Many alternatives have huge environmental footprints
Woolworths boss admits he gets 'confused' at self-service check-outs, vows to 'make it easier'
Brisbane, Perth, Canberra to lead property price rises as Sydney slows, analysts say - ABC News
In the next three years, house prices in Brisbane, Perth and Canberra are expected to surge by the most â while the Sydney market slows to a crawl. Key points: Sydney is tipped to be the slowest property market in the next three years (+3pc ...
Brisbane to lead property price rises in next three years: analyst
The cities tipped to lead property price growth as Sydney slows
Sydney slump drags on but Brisbane, Perth to rise
Walgreens pharmacist refused to fill woman's prescription for miscarriage medication - CNBC
A Walgreens pharmacist refused to provide an Arizona woman with miscarriage medication, citing his ethical beliefs. Her response, in the form of a Facebook post, went viral over the weekend with more than 35,000 shares. Nicole Arteaga was trying to ...
Walgreens pharmacist refuses to fill woman's prescription to induce a miscarriage
Chemist 'humiliates' pregnant mum
Arizona woman denied abortion medicine at Walgreens based on pharmacist's 'ethical beliefs'
OPEC Accord Prompts a Rally in Oil Prices: 5 Top Gainers - Zacks.com
The OPEC countries have agreed to raise crude oil production but by an amount that appears to be less than market expectations. Such a lesser-than-expected production boost helped oil prices scale north and energy shares end in the green. Oil prices ...
RPT-COLUMN-What Saudi Arabia does now is key for global crude oil markets: Russell
Lawyers work to clear Adshel buy - The Australian
The chief executive of oOh!media, Brendon Cook, says his lawyers are working âfuriouslyâ on the competition implications of buying HT&E's street furniture business Adshel as the ACCC prepares to examine both the $570 million deal and JCDecaux's ...
oOh!media boss Brendon Cook targets new local government contracts with Adshel acquisition
OohMedia boss defends $570 million spend on Adshel as 'fair value'
Ooh Media and Adshel deal will lead to $18m in cuts and disposal of the Adshel brand