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02/21/2017
Budget outlook dismal as private sector wage growth hits fresh all-time low - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Budget outlook dismal as private sector wage growth hits fresh all-time low
The Sydney Morning Herald
Private sector wage growth slid to a new record low of 1.8 per cent in the year to December, down from a record-low 1.9 per cent in the year to September. The combined public and private figure is steady at a rounded 1.9 per cent, also a record low in ...
Wage growth slows to a record lowThe Australian
Construction work won't add to Q4 growthSBS
Wages growth in Australia is still patheticBusiness Insider Australia
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02/21/2017
Big W becoming a basket case for Woolworths - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Big W becoming a basket case for Woolworths
The Sydney Morning Herald
As Woolworths celebrated the early signs of improvement in supermarket sales attention turned to the real elephant in the aisle - the ugly loss notched up by Big W and the continued bleeding of its sales. The market has been so focused on the closure ...
BusinessNow: Live coverage of financial markets and companies, plus analysis and opinionThe Australian
Woolworths swings back to profit in first halfHerald Sun
Discounts bring shoppers back to Wooliesninemsn
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02/21/2017
Amber Harrison went 'nuclear' in dispute with Seven's Tim Worner: judge - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Amber Harrison went 'nuclear' in dispute with Seven's Tim Worner: judge
The Sydney Morning Herald
The former lover of Seven West Media boss Tim Worner went "nuclear" in airing her grievances on social media but the company's director Jeff Kennett was "not well-advised" in picking a fight with her in public, a Sydney judge has said. Supreme Court ...
Seven West's Kerry Stokes and Jeff Kennettt criticised for comments vilifying Amber HarrisonABC Online
Amber Harrison's gag order continues for threat to 'destroy' Tim Worner's careerdailytelegraph.com.au
Worner's ex-mistress deliberately breached confidential deed for 'revenge attack': courtninemsn
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02/21/2017
Reserve Bank interest rate moves limited by high debt, rising house prices - ABC Online

ABC Online

Reserve Bank interest rate moves limited by high debt, rising house prices
ABC Online
Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe has revealed the central dilemma the Reserve Bank confronts — it would like lower interest rates to boost the economy, but it cannot cut rates because it would add further fuel to the hot Sydney and Melbourne property ...
RBA's Philip Lowe warns of 'sobering combination' of high debt, weak wagesThe Australian Financial Review
Interest rate cut chances dim as RBA governor Philip Lowe flags concern about high household debtThe Sydney Morning Herald
Reserve Bank expresses concern that households will curb spending to manage mounting debt pilesHerald Sun
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02/21/2017
Aldi Testers Club is looking for 100 people to sample and rate its wares - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Aldi Testers Club is looking for 100 people to sample and rate its wares
NEWS.com.au
FINALLY, the wait is over. The 2017 intake of Aldi's famous Testers Club is officially open, and the company is preparing its servers for a deluge of applications. Members of the exclusive club, selected from across Australia as a representative sample ...
Thousands compete for Aldi's next “testers club”: How to seek shopper feedback and know what to do with itSmartCompany.com.au
Aldi seeks devoted shoppers for testers' clubCessnock Advertiser

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02/21/2017
Coca-Cola closes South Australia plant, 200 jobs lost - The Australian

The Australian

Coca-Cola closes South Australia plant, 200 jobs lost
The Australian
UPDATE: Labor has accused Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne of “playing politics” with the pending closure of Coca-Cola's manufacturing operations in South Australia after he questioned if the state's “unreliable electricity supply” had led to ...
SA Coca-Cola workers 'gobsmacked': unionNEWS.com.au
Coca-Cola Amatil to close Thebarton plant by 2019, move operations primarily to QueenslandPerth Now
Coca-Cola Amatil to close South Australia plant, cut 180 jobsThe Sydney Morning Herald
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02/21/2017
Blackmores feels sting of slowing China frenzy - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Blackmores feels sting of slowing China frenzy
The Australian Financial Review
Blackmores chief executive Christine Holgate says the company won't match last year's booming full-year profits. Wayne Taylor. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by Simon Evans. Vitamins group Blackmores says the influence of Chinese ...
Blackmores share price sinks after profit slumpThe Australian
China wipes $20 million from Blackmores profitNEWS.com.au
Blackmores shares hit hard on back of changing path to ChinaThe Sydney Morning Herald
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02/21/2017
CRASH! Why the Godfreys Group Ltd share price fell 15% today - Motley Fool Australia

CRASH! Why the Godfreys Group Ltd share price fell 15% today
Motley Fool Australia
The Godfreys Group Ltd (ASX: GFY) share price has been one of the worst-performers today after the release of a disappointing half-year result. In early afternoon trade the shares of Australia's largest speciality retailer of domestic and commercial ...

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02/21/2017
Fortescue Metals Group profit soars to US$1.2b as company rides resurgent iron ore price - ABC Online

ABC Online

Fortescue Metals Group profit soars to US$1.2b as company rides resurgent iron ore price
ABC Online
Perth-based mining company Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) has posted a big jump in profit for the six months to December on the back of a surge in iron ore prices. FMG revealed its profit leapt to US$1.2 billion in the six months to the end of December.
Fortescue profit soars after iron ore price surgeThe Australian
Fortescue profit soars, lifts dividend with stronger iron ore pricePerth Now
Fortescue declares bumper 20¢ dividendThe Australian Financial Review
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02/21/2017
Fairfax says Domain ready to stand alone - NEWS.com.au

SBS

Fairfax says Domain ready to stand alone
NEWS.com.au
Fairfax Media looks set to spin off Domain in the hope of extracting full value from its lucrative real estate business, leaving a slimmed down company that says it is committed to print media for several years. Fairfax has confirmed it is conducting a ...
Up 9%: Here's why the Fairfax Media Limited share price is soaringMotley Fool Australia
Fairfax Media triples profits, confirms considering Domain spin-offThe Australian Financial Review
Fairfax Media trebles profit, confirms Domain spin-off planThe Australian
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