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04/26/2018
Dover Financial signed up clients to 'Orwellian' protection policy - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Dover Financial signed up clients to 'Orwellian' protection policy
The Australian Financial Review
The head of one of the nation's biggest financial planning networks conceded clients were asked to sign an "Orwellian" liability waiver that was possibly "unlawful", before he collapsed in the witness box. Ambulance officers assisted Dover Financial's ...
Banking royal commission: Dover owner Terry McMaster collapses in the witness standABC Online
More shocking than a collapseThe Australian
Dover boss collapses at royal commissionThe Sydney Morning Herald
Herald Sun -9news.com.au -Business Insider Australia -SBS
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04/26/2018
Westpac shares crumble after poor lending practices conceded in internal documents - ABC Online

ABC Online

Westpac shares crumble after poor lending practices conceded in internal documents
ABC Online
Westpac's share price has nosedived after the release of explosive documents detailing widespread failings in not only the quality and riskiness of its home loans, but the way they are processed. Key points: Westpac shares tumble 4pc after APRA finds ...
Westpac seeks to calm nerves as share price slumpsThe Australian
Banks dive as UBS raises home loan concernsThe Sydney Morning Herald
How safe is my money in Westpac Banking Corp shares?Motley Fool Australia
The Australian Financial Review -NEWS.com.au -Business Insider Australia -PerthNow
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04/26/2018
Telstra fined $10 million after customers charged for 'premium' content they didn't sign up for - ABC Online

ABC Online

Telstra fined $10 million after customers charged for 'premium' content they didn't sign up for
ABC Online
Telstra has been fined $10 million in the Federal Court for signing its mobile customers up to be charged directly for third-party online content without their knowledge or agreement. Up to 100,000 Telstra customers were signed up to its Premium Direct ...
Telstra ordered to pay $10 million after misleading billing chargesThe Sydney Morning Herald
Telstra fined $10 million for misleading customers over games and ringtonesNEWS.com.au
Telstra just copped a $10 million fine over misleading billsBusiness Insider Australia
Yahoo7 News -The Australian Financial Review -CRN Australia -9news.com.au
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04/26/2018
Jetstar's big change to how you book international flights - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Jetstar's big change to how you book international flights
NEWS.com.au
BEEN dreaming of that getaway to Bali, or Thailand, or America? From tonight, it will be even easier to make it happen. Lauren McMah@lauren_mcmah · news.com.auApril 26, 20186:39pm. Video; Image. Play Video. Play. Mute. 0:00. /. 0:00. Loaded: 0 ...

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04/26/2018
Here's how Australia's recycling system can be fixed for just $150m - ABC Online

ABC Online

Here's how Australia's recycling system can be fixed for just $150m
ABC Online
Australia's recycling system is in crisis. China, which previously took about half the paper and plastic thrown into yellow-topped bins, has refused to take anything but the most highly sorted, cleaned, and processed waste. That change of policy has ...
'Reboot recycling': Greens release $500m plan to fix Australia's waste crisisSBS
Australian Greens call for rethink on recycling industryTasmania Examiner
SURVEY SAYS 88% SUPPORT PRO-RECYCLING ACTION BY GOVTS AT FRIDAY MEETINGMirage News

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04/26/2018
Bunnings axes famous slogan in the UK as chain continues to struggle - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Bunnings axes famous slogan in the UK as chain continues to struggle
NEWS.com.au
BUNNINGS UK has quietly changed its branding in a desperate attempt to win back customers as rumours swirl Wesfarmers may pay a buyer $200m to take the chain off their hands. Benedict Brook@BenedictBrook · news.com.auApril 26, 20186:19pm. Video; Image ...
Wesfarmers' twin engines are delivering strong growthThe Australian Financial Review
Wesfarmers upbeat on UK BunningsThe Australian
UK Bunnings remains a weight on WesfarmersShepparton News
Financial Times -The Sydney Morning Herald -Motley Fool Australia -Business Insider Australia
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04/26/2018
Hidden marketing brilliance of Arnott's Shapes goes viral - Foodiful

Foodiful

Hidden marketing brilliance of Arnott's Shapes goes viral
Foodiful
They may contain “flavour you can see” but there's something we seem to have all missed about our favourite savoury snack. Melbourne-based comedian Christian Hull has stumbled upon the most startling discovery of the week, and it has to do with the ...
The photo of Arnott's Shapes biscuits that will blow your mindNEWS.com.au
The photo of Arnott's Shapes crackers that will blow your mindNew Zealand Herald
“Mind Blown”: Social Media Goes Cray Cray Over Subtle Marketing Brilliance Of Arnott's ShapesB&T
Daily Mail
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04/26/2018
Pictures reveal what's inside 1.3m 'massage parlour' - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Pictures reveal what's inside 1.3m 'massage parlour'
NEWS.com.au
“SAVVY investors” are being urged to snap up a $1.3 million “massage parlour” described as a “high yield investment”. Ben Graham. news.com.auApril 26, 20185:16pm. Video; Image. Is your massage parlour actually a brothel1:02. How can you tell if the ...

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04/26/2018
Australia's Chinese personal shoppers about more than baby formula — it's a $1 billion industry - ABC Online

ABC Online

Australia's Chinese personal shoppers about more than baby formula — it's a $1 billion industry
ABC Online
Ever seen people clear entire shelves of baby formula at your local pharmacy or supermarket? Those shoppers may be Daigou — the Chinese practice of buying on behalf of someone else. It's a relatively simple business. Daigou can make between $5-$10 ...
Daigou are short-changing Australian brands of long-term success in ChinaMuMbrella

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04/26/2018
Healthscope gives $4.11 billion bid a cool reception - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Healthscope gives $4.11 billion bid a cool reception
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's second-largest private hospital company, Healthscope, has given a cool reception to a $4.11 billion takeover proposal from a private equity consortium featuring its biggest shareholder AustralianSuper. The proposed deal, which was announced ...
Why I'm selling my Healthscope Ltd sharesMotley Fool Australia
Former TPG boss Ben Gray repeats his operating modelThe Australian
Healthscope Share Price Jumps Amidst 4 Billion Dollar TakeoverMoney Morning Australia
Business Insider Australia -Finance News Network -Yahoo7 News -Bloomberg
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