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01/18/2018
Government targets energy guzzlers in our homes - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Government targets energy guzzlers in our homes
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Turnbull government is carrying out the first-ever review of the national standards for appliance energy efficiency. The review of the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards Act (GEMS) will allow the federal government to set national energy ...

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01/18/2018
Markets Live: ASX struggles to lift - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: ASX struggles to lift
The Sydney Morning Herald
The local sharemarket failed to build on a positive early start to end the day and week lower, while the Aussie trades above US80 cents. Sort posts by. Newest, Oldest. 4:46pm. And that's it for Markets Live this week. Thanks for reading and for your ...
ASX ends sluggish week on low noteThe Australian
ASX sags but Australian dollar dazzlesBrisbane Times
Aust shares fall on US govt shutdown fearsYahoo7 News
TheBull.com.au -Business News -The West Australian -IG
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01/18/2018
Sydney and NSW train strike still on the cards despite Transport Minister, union talks improving - ABC Online

ABC Online

Sydney and NSW train strike still on the cards despite Transport Minister, union talks improving
ABC Online
Earlier this week the NSW Transport Minister was engaged in a war of words with a union boss as the pay dispute between the state's rail workers and the Government threatened to go off the tracks. But all that appears to have changed in a matter of ...
Sydney train strike: Large companies tell staff to work from homeNEWS.com.au
This is how Sydney's transport system has gone off the railsThe Conversation AU
Minister meets union over NSW train strikeYahoo7 News
Daily Mail -International Business Times AU -Daily Telegraph -Hit 107
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01/18/2018
Malaysia Airlines flight MH122 safety 'not compromised' during in-flight engine shutdown - ABC Online

ABC Online

Malaysia Airlines flight MH122 safety 'not compromised' during in-flight engine shutdown
ABC Online
Malaysia Airlines says safety was not compromised at any time when one of it planes was diverted to Alice Springs with a faulty engine, upon reaching the north-west coastline of Australia. Key points: Flight MH122 was diverted "for technical assistance ...
Fear as Malaysia Airlines flight divertedNEWS.com.au
Malaysia Airlines Flight MH122 forced to make emergency landing in Alice SpringsPerthNow
Malaysia Airlines flight MH122 lands in Alice Springs after 'loud noise, shaking'The Sydney Morning Herald
The Straits Times -BBC News -News24 -AsiaOne
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01/18/2018
Loy Yang B failure sends prices soaring, triggers supply safeguards - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Loy Yang B failure sends prices soaring, triggers supply safeguards
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian Energy Market Operator has kicked off emergency measures to protect power supply after Victoria's Loy Yang B brown coal-fired power station failed on Thursday afternoon, sending electricity spot prices soaring. As temperatures rose ...
Emergency measures put in place after Loy Yang B failureNEWS.com.au
Coal unit trips in heatwave as Tesla big battery cashes inRenewEconomy
Thousands without power south of Ballarat as temperature soarsBallarat Courier

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01/18/2018
The $1.5b Bitcoin heist: Hackers have snatched 14 per cent of cryptocurrencies - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

The $1.5b Bitcoin heist: Hackers have snatched 14 per cent of cryptocurrencies
The Sydney Morning Herald
Digital currencies and the software developed to track them have become attractive targets for cybercriminals while also creating a lucrative new market for computer-security firms. In less than a decade, hackers have stolen $US1.2 billion ($1.5 ...

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01/19/2018
Heat forces state's train network into 'go-slow' mode - The Age

The Age

Heat forces state's train network into 'go-slow' mode
The Age
Much of Melbourne's metropolitan rail network is on a go-slow directive as the state's transport network groans under the strain of Friday's heatwave conditions. Heat restrictrictions were still in place for most Metro services early Friday evening ...

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01/18/2018
Franchisees might launch a class action against Retail Food Group Limited - Motley Fool Australia

Motley Fool Australia

Franchisees might launch a class action against Retail Food Group Limited
Motley Fool Australia
Law firm Bannister Law announced this morning that it was contemplating launching a class action against Retail Food Group Limited (ASX: RFG) on behalf of Retail Food's franchisees. Bannister Law previously launched a class action against Retail Food ...
Gloria Jeans, Brumby's, Donut King owner faces second class action threatThe Sydney Morning Herald
Retail Food Group facing potential class action from 'hundreds' of disgruntled franchiseesNEWS.com.au
Stocks of interest on the ASX this weekThe Australian
Yahoo7 News -SBS -Rask Media -Business News Australia
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01/18/2018
Emirates makes fun of desperate passengers - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Emirates makes fun of desperate passengers
NEWS.com.au
EMIRATES has revealed what it claims is the ultimate flight upgrade “hack” — in between laughing hysterically at those who have dared try. Kate Schneider@SchneiderK · news.com.auJanuary 19, 201810:50am. Video; Image. Play Video. Play. Mute. 0:00. /. 0 ...

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01/18/2018
Not-quite-halved bread roll prompts bitter bun battle between patrons at RSL eatery - ABC Online

ABC Online

Not-quite-halved bread roll prompts bitter bun battle between patrons at RSL eatery
ABC Online
A New South Wales RSL club has taken customer service to the next level by accepting one of the most unusual customer returns. The grievous error? The roll was cut in half, but not exactly in half as requested. "It was a bingo lady, in her eighties ...
Sandwich gets sent back at RSL for incredibly nit-picking reason – so would you complain about it?Daily Mail
Someone actually returned their sandwich because it wasn't cut equallyMashable

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