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05/29/2017
Wesfarmers CEO-elect Rob Scott plots non-retail expansion - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Wesfarmers CEO-elect Rob Scott plots non-retail expansion
The Australian Financial Review
Rob Scott will become Wesfarmers' eighth chief executive in its 103-year history in November. Trevor Collens. by; Sue Mitchell · Julie-anne Sprague. Wesfarmers chief executive-elect Rob Scott has aired plans to grow the conglomerate's non-retail ...
Retailer Wesfarmers to pay incoming chief Rob Scott less than predecessorHerald Sun
Wesfarmers chief's pay packet still stacks up despite deep cutThe Australian
Companies may finally be getting the message on CEO payThe New Daily
NEWS.com.au -SBS -TheBull.com.au -Business Insider
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05/29/2017
Treasury chief John Fraser warns of rising household debt - The Australian

The Australian

Treasury chief John Fraser warns of rising household debt
The Australian
Treasury Secretary John Fraser has warned high household debt poses a serious threat to the financial system and the economy as interest rates rise from record lows and further squeeze spending. Although he gave an upbeat assessment of likely growth in ...
John Fraser says Treasury is monitoring household debtThe Australian Financial Review
Treasury secretary John Fraser: lending clamps on housing won't hit immediatelyHerald Sun
Bank levy won't raise your interest rates, Treasury secretary John Fraser saysThe Sydney Morning Herald
The Advertiser -Sky News Australia -The Guardian -NEWS.com.au
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05/29/2017
Uber hikes Sydney minimum fare to $9 - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.au

Uber hikes Sydney minimum fare to $9
dailytelegraph.com.au
UBER is hiking its fees in Australia for its ride-sharing service, with the company introducing a new booking fee and an increase to its minimum fares due to “operational costs”. The new 55 cent booking fee, which is part of the money grab, is tipped ...
New Uber booking fees and minimum faresThe Australian
UBER PRICE HIKE: Australians are about to see lifts in minimum fares and a new booking feeBusiness Insider Australia
Uber ride to cost moreThe Advertiser
TripleM Sydney -Pedestrian TV -The Sydney Morning Herald -International Business Times AU
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05/29/2017
Infinity electrical cables still present fire risk for thousands of homes, ACCC warns - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Infinity electrical cables still present fire risk for thousands of homes, ACCC warns
The Sydney Morning Herald
A national recall of faulty electrical cabling has only captured 54 per cent of the total 4313 kilometres that were installed, putting thousands of homeowners at risk of house fires or electrocution. The recall of Infinity electrical cables was ...
Faulty cabling puts thousands of homes at risk of fireCHOICE
Australian homes' faulty cabling risks fire dangerfinder.com.au
ACCC Recall Warning: These Dodgy Electrical Cables Are A 'Ticking Time Bomb'Gizmodo Australia
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05/28/2017
Melbourne, Sydney home prices cool again - The Australian

The Australian

Melbourne, Sydney home prices cool again
The Australian
Melbourne and Sydney home prices edged lower again last week, further suggesting regulatory intervention is helping to cool the country's two hottest property markets. Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane prices inched up, between 0.4 and 0.1 per cent, in the ...
House prices in Australia's big cities fell again in MayBusiness Insider Australia
What comes after the housing boom?Pursuit
Sydney, Melbourne property market 'strong' despite bank levy 'confusion'The Australian Financial Review
Domain News -The New Daily
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05/28/2017
BCA moves to avoid legislation through voluntary payment code for small business - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

BCA moves to avoid legislation through voluntary payment code for small business
The Sydney Morning Herald
The clock is ticking for the the Business Council of Australia and the voluntary payment code for small businesses it hopes will head off legislation. Play Video. Replay Video. Play Video Don't Play ...
Corporate giants in swift pay vow for small businessesHerald Sun
The BCA's supplier payment code marks another win for small businessThe Australian
Big businesses sign shorter payment termsBusiness News
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05/29/2017
Transurban's tunnel will cut city-western suburbs commute by just eight minutes - The Age

The Age

Transurban's tunnel will cut city-western suburbs commute by just eight minutes
The Age
Motorists travelling between Melbourne's outer west and the CBD can expect to save eight minutes each way off their peak-hour commute by taking Transurban's $5.5 billion West Gate Tunnel, a government report shows. The new tollway, which is due to ...
Impacts of West Gate Tunnel project on commuters revealedHerald Sun
Melb freeway tunnel plan open to commentNEWS.com.au

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05/29/2017
Western Australia asks Rio, BHP for upfront cash - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Western Australia asks Rio, BHP for upfront cash
The Sydney Morning Herald
The cash-strapped Western Australian state government will ask Rio Tinto and BHP to pay an upfront multi-billion dollar fee in exchange for cancelling an ongoing levy on their iron ore production. The revenue push by the mineral-rich state, which has ...
WA miners buyout 'in their interests'The Australian
Groundhog Day for WA's iron ore ATMsThe Australian Financial Review
Plan to charge big miners lump sum to fix WA debtABC Online
NEWS.com.au -MacroBusiness (blog) -The De Soto Edge -Markets Daily
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05/29/2017
Suspicious suitcase shuts Westfield Parra - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.au

Suspicious suitcase shuts Westfield Parra
dailytelegraph.com.au
VIDEO: Police have said a suspicious suitcase caused the shutdown of part of Westfield Parramatta and Argyle and Church streets. Trains and buses have resumed but passengers have been told to allow extra time. Police said a member of the public ...
Suspicious item closes NSW shopping centreNEWS.com.au
UPDATED: Police operation shuts down Parramatta CBDParramatta Sun
Police operation shuts down Parramatta CBDThe Sydney Morning Herald

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05/29/2017
How our progressive tax system doesn't reach the ultra-rich - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

How our progressive tax system doesn't reach the ultra-rich
The Sydney Morning Herald
There's something just a little obscene about the juxtaposition of the 2017 Rich List with claims that our "wealth creators" are burdened by a progressive tax system, never mind alleged concern over the common herd's shrinking real wages. As The ...

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