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11/15/2018
$20b Coles carve-off puts Wesfarmers back in growth frame - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

$20b Coles carve-off puts Wesfarmers back in growth frame
The Australian Financial Review
Wesfarmers chairman Michael Chaney says the Coles demerger will enhance returns by allowing the group to invest in businesses with higher growth prospects. Tony McDonough. by; Julie-anne Sprague · Sue Mitchell. Wesfarmers chairman Michael ...
Wesfarmers shareholders approve Coles demergerThe Australian
Investors back Coles spin-off as Wesfarmers hits back on debtThe Sydney Morning Herald
Coles set for ASX after demerger voteCourier Mail
Motley Fool Australia -Herald Sun -The West Australian
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11/15/2018
NAB CEO in investigation over luxury resort holiday - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

NAB CEO in investigation over luxury resort holiday
The Sydney Morning Herald
National Australia Bank chief executive Andrew Thorburn took a luxury Fiji holiday and a Thermomix arranged through a company under police investigation over accusations it bribed his chief of staff to win contracts from the bank. Laucala Island Resort ...

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11/15/2018
British Brexit turmoil spooks investors, boosts dollar, yen - CNBC

CNBC

British Brexit turmoil spooks investors, boosts dollar, yen
CNBC
The dollar jumped and traders bought into the safe-haven yen on Thursday after Britain's Brexit deal with the European Union was plunged into uncertainty, spooking investors across currency markets. The resignation of a series of British ministers in ...
Before the Bell: What every Canadian investor needs to know todayThe Globe and Mail
Stocks sink as Brexit deal hits the rocksThe Advertiser
Sterling, euro stocks scuttled as Brexit deal hits the rocksStreetInsider.com
Nasdaq -Seeking Alpha -NEWS.com.au -Channel NewsAsia
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11/14/2018
'How to Buy a House for $1' author and property spruiker Rick Otton fined record $18 million - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

'How to Buy a House for $1' author and property spruiker Rick Otton fined record $18 million
NEWS.com.au
A property spruiker who charged investors tens of thousands of dollars to learn “how to buy a house for $1” has been slapped with a record $18 million fine. The Federal Court handed down the penalty on Thursday after finding last August that Rick Otton ...
We Buy Houses principal Rick Otton hit with record $18 million fine by Federal CourtCourier Mail
Property spruiking We Buy Houses fined record $18 millionThe New Daily
Property spruiker fined record $18 millionYahoo7 News
ChannelNews -My Business -Mirage News -Daily Mail
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11/14/2018
Unemployment rate stays at 6yr low of 5% - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Unemployment rate stays at 6yr low of 5%
NEWS.com.au
The Reserve Bank may not be able to sit on its hands until 2021 as some analysts expect, with October's surprisingly firm unemployment data suggesting a move in the cash rate could come a bit sooner than that. The unemployment rate stayed steady last ...
Unemployment rate stays at 6-year lowThe Australian
WA jobless rate hits year low after full-time employment boostPerthNow
Unemployment rate steady at 5pc in OctoberThe Australian Financial Review
InDaily
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11/15/2018
Fears of summer blackouts sees energy operator push business to cut power - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Fears of summer blackouts sees energy operator push business to cut power
The Sydney Morning Herald
Rising fears of summer blackouts in Victoria have spurred a fresh push from the national energy market operator to pay businesses to power down during spikes to ensure lights stay on in the state. In an assessment of the looming summer, to be released ...
Victorian, SA users to pay more for summer energyThe Australian
Plans in place to prevent summer blackoutsEsperance Express
Australian power grid prepared for hot summer, operator saysReuters Africa

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11/14/2018
Australia's robotic bricklayer has just finished its first house - in under three days - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Australia's robotic bricklayer has just finished its first house - in under three days
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's one-armed robot bricklayer has just built its first house in under three days, a milestone described by its Perth-based creator as a "world first". Robotic technology company FBR Ltd says the Hadrian X, the commercial version of its robot ...
Hadrian the robot builds his first houseThe Construction Index
This one-armed robot bricklayer just built its first house in less than three daysBusiness Insider
This Aussie Robot Has Built An Entire House In Three Days97.3FM
The Times
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11/15/2018
Dodgy Qld home builder charged with fraud - Daily Telegraph

Brisbane Times

Dodgy Qld home builder charged with fraud
Daily Telegraph
A Queensland man who allegedly duped interstate investors out of millions of dollars to build homes that were never delivered has been charged with serious fraud. He was charged following an investigation into the directors of Gold Coast based N1 Homes ...
Third Gold Coast building director charged with fraudBrisbane Times
Police charge Tugun man with 12 counts of serious fraud in $2.6m housing scamGold Coast Bulletin
Police charge man over interstate housing scammyPolice (press release) (blog)

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11/15/2018
Merlon Capital slams AMP governance - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Merlon Capital slams AMP governance
The Australian Financial Review
Merlon Capital Partners, the $1.3 billion boutique fund manager that is taking on AMP, says the wealth giant's move to divest its life business without seeking shareholder approval sets a "grim precedent" and has presented data to show how unusual the ...

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11/15/2018
Local company takes over from JBS but will only process pigs - NT News

NT News

Local company takes over from JBS but will only process pigs
NT News
TASMANIAN pork producers can continue to send their pigs to the Devonport City Abattoir from next week when a new local company is due to take over the lease. Butchers and local Woolworths supermarkets have also been assured of local pork products ...
Devonport abattoir takeover deal announced, but dozens of jobs still lostABC News

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