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08/25/2016
Woolworths boss Brad Banducci sees green shoots - The Australian


The Australian

Woolworths boss Brad Banducci sees green shoots
The Australian
Woolworths boss Brad Banducci, who only took the reins in February, has unveiled the retailer's first loss in 23 years as a public company, but vowed to return the supermarket empire to its glory days, when the famous “virtuous loop” rammed cost ...
Home Consortium rich listers master Woolworths with retail helpThe Australian Financial Review
Woolworths not in 'catch up' phase says boss Brad BanducciThe Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths CEO says most Masters staff will get new jobs within companyABC Online
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08/25/2016
Golden era of travel is grounding Flight Centre - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Golden era of travel is grounding Flight Centre
The Sydney Morning Herald
A "golden era of travel" is grounding Flight Centre earnings and the boss Graham "Skroo'' Turner is feeling the financial pain – sort of. Turner told analysts at last year's earnings briefing that "there's no way fares could go any lower".
Flight Centre profits down 5.8pcThe Australian
Flight Centre Full Year Result 25 Aug 16: FLT margins squeezed by softer market and cheaper airfares2:19NEWS.com.au
Flight Centre takes aim at hotel sector despite tough travel marketThe Australian Financial Review
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08/25/2016
ACCC to investigate dairy industry as Joyce slams $1 milk - The Australian

The Australian

ACCC to investigate dairy industry as Joyce slams $1 milk
The Australian
The Turnbull government has announced an ACCC inquiry into the struggling dairy industry, giving the consumer watchdog increased powers to compel milk processors and retailers to provide information about their business operations. Agriculture Minister ...
Dairy forum urged to look to UK code and more risk sharingFarm Weekly
Dairy industry goes under spotlight as Barnaby Joyce signals end to $1 milkThe Guardian
ACCC dairy investigations strengthenedStock & Land
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08/25/2016
Debt emergency: Scott Morrison's $1 trillion horror scenario - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Debt emergency: Scott Morrison's $1 trillion horror scenario
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australia could be headed towards an unprecedented trillion-dollar debt burden over the next decade, which would see the nation's triple-A credit rating downgraded, and the economy pushed into recession, Treasurer Scott Morrison has warned. But the ...
Scott Morrison called out our fiscal complacencyThe Australian Financial Review
Treasurer Scott Morrison reluctant to borrow for infrastructureThe Australian
Time to step up and start fiscal repairCourier Mail
ABC Online -Herald Sun -NEWS.com.au -The Conversation AU
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08/25/2016
Chinese ambassador calls for more 'political trust' in wake of Ausgrid knock-back - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Chinese ambassador calls for more 'political trust' in wake of Ausgrid knock-back
The Sydney Morning Herald
China's new ambassador has called for more "political mutual trust" with Australia and for the two countries to resist "protectionism" in an apparent reference to the recent rejection of Chinese bids for power infrastructure. In his first public speech ...
Australia faces tension between Chinese trade, US allianceThe Australian
Ausgrid: Chinese Ambassador holds talks with Malcolm TurnbullABC Online
Chinese envoy tells Australian PM to fight 'protectionism' together - ABCChannel NewsAsia
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08/25/2016
Census helpers are on the way - Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Rockhampton Morning Bulletin

Census helpers are on the way
Rockhampton Morning Bulletin
THIS week, Census Field Officers will grab their yellow satchels and hit the streets of Central Queensland to remind households to complete their Census. Census Field Officers will visit homes that haven't already completed their Census, offering help, ...

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08/25/2016
South32 taking cautious steps towards growth - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

South32 taking cautious steps towards growth
The Australian Financial Review
South32 chief Graham Kerr says "hope is not a plan" so the company is continuing to improve costs and productivity in case of a return to lower commodity prices. Carla Gottgens. Tess Ingram. Share on twitter. by Tess Ingram. South32 chief executive ...
South32 swings to loss but pays maiden dividendThe Sydney Morning Herald
Loss-making South32 steels for pain aheadNEWS.com.au
South32 Targets Cost ReductionsEngineering & Mining Journal
Perth Now -ABC Local -Financial Times -Telegraph.co.uk
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08/25/2016
Daniel Andrews flags bigger role for state in industry policy - The Australian

The Australian

Daniel Andrews flags bigger role for state in industry policy
The Australian
Daniel Andrews has set the scene for a shift to a more interventionist economic policy in Victoria, telling business leaders yesterday “we need to put fiscal and industry policy back on the agenda”. Victoria's Premier told a lunch in Melbourne that at ...
No record of Daniel Andrews secret meeting with UFU boss Peter MarshallHerald Sun
Victoria's biggest hurdle is Canberra, says PremierThe Australian Financial Review
Premier Daniel Andrews flags hands-on approach to economyThe Age

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08/25/2016
Southern Cross denies Nine merger talk, urges media reform - The Australian

The Australian

Southern Cross denies Nine merger talk, urges media reform
The Australian
Southern Cross Media chief executive Grant Blackley insists the company is not in merger talks with new television affiliate partner Nine Entertainment but he will continue to lobby for media reform that would allow such a deal. Asked why Southern ...
Nine important to Southern Cross Austereo future but radio critical, says BlackleyMuMbrella
Southern Cross Austereo profit jumps 19 per cent on higher ad sales, lower debt expensesThe Sydney Morning Herald
Southern Cross' shine sends shares soaringSky News Australia
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08/24/2016
Retail Food Group buys Hudson Pacific for $88 million - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Retail Food Group buys Hudson Pacific for $88 million
The Australian Financial Review
Retail Food Group, which owns food retail brands like Donut King, Gloria Jean's Coffees and Brumby's Bakery, will pay $88 million for food manufacturer and distributor Hudson Pacific Corporation. Gloria Jeans. Jessica Gardner. Share on twitter · Share ...
Is Retail Food Group Limited heading back to $7 after today's record result?Motley Fool Australia
Retail Food near doubles profit, buys Hudson PacificThe Australian
Retail Food Group profit swells to $61.3mNEWS.com.au
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