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08/22/2017
BHP's big return to shale-less future - Herald Sun


Herald Sun

BHP's big return to shale-less future
Herald Sun
PREMIUM Pilbara iron ore and those seductive shales, scattered across the southern states, half a world away in the USA, are the twin pivots of BHP's future. But they are very, very different pivots. The iron ore is the absolute rock-solid cash ...
BHP Billiton wants to ditch its US Shale businessBusiness Insider
Shale exit plan will reclaim value: BHP CEOSky News Australia
Elliott's BHP adventure pays dividends, but not total victoryNasdaq
The Australian -The Sydney Morning Herald -Reuters -City A.M.
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08/22/2017
Girlfriend speaks out over $350000 inheritance - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Girlfriend speaks out over $350000 inheritance
NEWS.com.au
THE de facto partner of Daniel Leverton, the RAAF serviceman whose young daughters were left out of the bulk of his estate, has broken her silence. Kirsty Lea Lewis, an RAAF servicewoman who worked with Mr Leverton and was his legal de facto at the ...
She discovered de facto girlfriend Kirsty Lea received majority of fundsDaily Mail
Is your will as airtight as you think it is?Starts at 60

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08/22/2017
Jasmine Davis irate after Virgin flight attendant allegedly spilt boiling water on son Matthew Gibson - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Jasmine Davis irate after Virgin flight attendant allegedly spilt boiling water on son Matthew Gibson
NEWS.com.au
A FURIOUS mother claims Virgin staff spilt boiling water on her five-year-old son mid-flight and then had no idea how to treat the screaming youngster. The boy is said to be recovering from second-degree burns to his leg after boiling water was ...
Drunk passenger kicked off Perth-bound Virgin flight9news.com.au
Sale: Up to 55% off Virgin Australia flightsfinder.com.au

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08/21/2017
Hot-desking a hot-button issue but it's not going away - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Hot-desking a hot-button issue but it's not going away
The Sydney Morning Herald
Hot-desking offices often emphasise workspace design to enable quiet areas and collaboration areas. Photo: NYT. The Australian Services Union is so vehemently opposed, it is fighting it in the Fair Work Commission. I had a hunch this was unusual so I ...
'I don't want to play musical chairs each day': Tax office staff revolt over hot-desk planNEWS.com.au
Union to challenge ATO plans to expand hot-desking at Fair Work CommissionABC Online
ASU vows to fight tax office hot-desking plan at Fair Work CommissionThe Canberra Times
SmartCompany.com.au -Human Capital
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08/22/2017
Up to half of Chinese buyers leave apartments vacant - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Up to half of Chinese buyers leave apartments vacant
The Sydney Morning Herald
A quarter of Chinese buying property overseas leave their apartments vacant and the majority pay for their purchase with cash, a survey of mainland Chinese customers by investment bank UBS shows. Another 25 per cent of overseas property owners use ...
Why China is cracking down on overseas investmentThe Conversation AU
Chinese-owned properties around the world underused, UBS survey findsThe Australian
China's curbs on overseas property deals could worsen Australian real estate drop-offGears Of Biz

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08/22/2017
Telcos unite on NBN road map - The Australian

The Australian

Telcos unite on NBN road map
The Australian
Australia's leading telcos have committed to work together on a comprehensive road map to deliver a better experience to consumers that have switched over to the National Broadband Network. The assurance comes after the federal government was forced ...
Scammers impersonating NBN staff to con consumers into handing over sensitive personal identificationABC Online
Scamwatch warns about NBN impersonators trying to swindle unwitting victimsNEWS.com.au
'NBN' scammers net almost $28000 in eight monthsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Lifehacker Australia -SmartCompany.com.au -dailytelegraph.com.au -Gizmodo Australia
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08/22/2017
Stokes's Seven Group reverses out of China - The Australian

The Australian

Stokes's Seven Group reverses out of China
The Australian
Seven Group Holdings is exiting its long-term China play, agreeing to sell its WesTrac heavy machinery dealership in the country's northern provinces for $540 million and planning to reinvest the proceeds back in Australia. As it rides booming mining ...
Parts play, China exit fuel Seven GroupSBS
Kerry Stokes' spare parts surge dwarfs TV troubles at Seven GroupThe Sydney Morning Herald
Seven Group Holdings releases financial results for 2016-17Perth Now
Sky News Australia -Business Insider Australia -Yahoo7 News -Money Morning Australia
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08/22/2017
Multinational giants accused of shifting Australian revenue offshore - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Multinational giants accused of shifting Australian revenue offshore
The Sydney Morning Herald
Four of the world's largest companies have been under investigation by Australian tax authorities, amid new evidence from US executives about how Facebook, Google, Apple and Microsoft are shifting money to offshore tax havens. Appearing before a highly ...
ATO hails tech giants' $7 billion sales surgeThe Australian Financial Review
Microsoft makes major settlement with Australian Taxation OfficeNEWS.com.au
ATO commissioner says profits on $7bn in sales being taxed for the first timeThe Guardian
Business Insider Australia -The Australian -SmartCompany.com.au -iTnews
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08/22/2017
Facebook, Google put on spot over revenue - The Australian

The Australian

Facebook, Google put on spot over revenue
The Australian
Internet giants Facebook and Google have been grilled about how much they really earn in Australia during a parliamentary inquiry into corporate tax avoidance, amid concerns about an "extraordinary discrepancy". Representatives from both companies ...
Google rejects Senator's allegations of 'misusing market power'MuMbrella
Google rejects levy on aggregators to help pay for Australian journalismThe Guardian
Tech giants killing journalism: Xenophon9news.com.au
ABC Online -The Sydney Morning Herald
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08/22/2017
Takeover twist as milk co-op Murray Goulburn closes sour year - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Takeover twist as milk co-op Murray Goulburn closes sour year
Herald Sun
STRUGGLING dairy group Murray Goulburn Co-operative says it has fielded a string of takeover proposals as it attempts to arrest a slide in revenue and milk supplies. Murray Goulburn yesterday revealed it had tumbled into the red in the year to June ...
Murray Goulburn flags asset sales after $371m lossThe Sydney Morning Herald
Murray Goulburn a target after $370.8m lossThe Australian
Murray Goulburn milk supply drops 22 per cent, as company confirms it seeks 'more detail' from potential suitorsABC Online
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