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04/23/2017
All eyes on CPI as markets look for clues on interest rates - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

All eyes on CPI as markets look for clues on interest rates
The Australian Financial Review
Bets on whether inflation will accelerate, and bolster chances for higher interest rates, are poised for several tests this week. Here in Australia, the key test will be on Wednesday when the first-quarter consumer price index is released. "The market ...
Inflation likely to hit RBA target bandThe Sydney Morning Herald
Investors waiting on international movesThe Australian
Investor Signposts: Week Beginning April 24 2017TheBull.com.au
The Straits Times
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04/23/2017
$72m train station opens in Perth - NEWS.com.au

ABC Online

$72m train station opens in Perth
NEWS.com.au
A $72 million train station has opened at Aubin Grove, in Perth's south, with the service expected to be used 3900 times a day. The station, between the Cockburn Central and Kwinana stations on the Mandurah line, was opened on Sunday by Premier Mark ...
Aubin Grove Train Station opens to take pressure off southern transport corridorWAtoday

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04/23/2017
Lifetime health cover loading: Most Australians don't know what it is or where it goes - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Lifetime health cover loading: Most Australians don't know what it is or where it goes
The Sydney Morning Herald
Almost half of all Australians do not understand a loading on their health insurance policy that can add up to 70 per cent to their premiums, new figures show. Some Australians are having to pay as much as 70 per cent on top of their health insurance ...

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04/22/2017
ATO wins battle against US oil giant - Courier Mail

Courier Mail

ATO wins battle against US oil giant
Courier Mail
THE Australian Taxation Office has notched up a far-reaching victory in its fight against multinationals not paying their fair share of tax, winning a landmark court battle against Chevron. After losing a Federal Court appeal yesterday, the US oil and ...
Federal Court tax ruling against Chevron empowers tax officeThe Australian
Chevron faces big Australia tax bill after court lossArab News
US oil giant Chevron faces $300 million tax bill after ATO court victoryABC Online
The Australian Financial Review -Sky News Australia -Great Lakes Advocate -Business Insider Australia
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04/23/2017
Byron Shire Council rejects Westpac on Adani mine - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Byron Shire Council rejects Westpac on Adani mine
The Sydney Morning Herald
Byron Shire Council has upped the pressure on Westpac over any potential funding of the Adani mine by voting to withdraw the $1 million it has with the bank. Furthermore, the council, at last Thursday's meeting, said it will exclude Westpac from ...

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04/22/2017
Qantas apologises over Brisbane foam spill - Sky News Australia

Sky News Australia

Qantas apologises over Brisbane foam spill
Sky News Australia
Qantas has met angry commercial fishers affected by a spill of toxic firefighting foam from one of its hangars into Brisbane waterways. The head of the airline's domestic operations, Andrew David, flew to Brisbane on Saturday to meet fishers and other ...
Qantas considers compensation to fishers after toxic spill, food risk still unknownABC Online
Qantas to 'make it good' over foam spillThe Australian
'It won't happen again': Qantas works to rectify damage from toxic spillBrisbane Times
Courier Mail
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04/23/2017
Failure to act on housing affordability could hurt federal government - The Age

The Age

Failure to act on housing affordability could hurt federal government
The Age
The politics of housing affordability is shifting rapidly underneath the Turnbull government. If it doesn't find an adequate position within the increasingly narrow parameters it has set itself before the budget is announced on May 9 the issue risks ...

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04/21/2017
Coca-Cola suffers from consumers' sugar withdrawals - The Australian

The Australian

Coca-Cola suffers from consumers' sugar withdrawals
The Australian
A growing health focus among consumers continues to prove a burden to drinks maker Coca-Cola Amatil, with a shunning of sugary drinks key to the group slashing guidance yesterday. In response, $860 million was wiped from its valuation as a lack of key ...
Stocks of interest on the ASX this weekNEWS.com.au
Coke's cash: 14 health experts who've taken the soft-drink giant's moneyGippsland Times
Coca Cola Amatil shares slide after profit downgradeThe Sydney Morning Herald
Sun.Star -The Australian Financial Review -Channel NewsAsia -Nasdaq
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04/20/2017
Vodafone executive says TPG can't build a decent mobile network for $600 million - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Vodafone executive says TPG can't build a decent mobile network for $600 million
The Australian Financial Review
"[Mobile tower] sites are not only expensive, but can be increasingly difficult to secure," says Vodafone's Dan Lloyd. Ben Rushton. by Tony Yoo. A Vodafone Australia executive has hit back at speculation that his company would suffer the most as a ...
Christopher Niesche: Telco start-up takes on Aussie big boysNew Zealand Herald

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04/22/2017
This is how you should sleep on a plane to avoid a bad back, stiff neck or swollen legs - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

This is how you should sleep on a plane to avoid a bad back, stiff neck or swollen legs
NEWS.com.au
THE battle to lower fares between airlines has resulted in more and more seats being crammed into aircraft, resulting in increasingly cramped conditions. But that doesn't mean you have to leave a flight with a stiff neck and swollen feet — there are ...

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