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10/18/2017
Unemployment falls to four-year low of 5.5% in September - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Unemployment falls to four-year low of 5.5% in September
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's unemployment rate has hit a four-year low after falling to 5.5 per cent in September, beating market expectations. The rate, which has not been bettered on trend or seasonally adjusted terms since February 2013, comes on the back of 19,800 ...
Jobs growth tops forecasts as September unemployment rate dips to 5.5pcThe Australian
Jobs growth remains robust pushing unemployment down to 5.5pcABC Online
Australia's jobs report beats yet againBusiness Insider Australia
Herald Sun -Chicago Tribune -The Guardian -NEWS.com.au
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10/19/2017
'Mr Mackenzie and Mr MacKenzie' are in charge, new BHP chair tells activists - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'Mr Mackenzie and Mr MacKenzie' are in charge, new BHP chair tells activists
The Sydney Morning Herald
The new chairman of mining giant BHP, the world's biggest miner, threw his weight behind his CEO on Thursday after attacks from activist investor Elliott Advisers prompted speculation that the end of Andrew Mackenzie's tenure was imminent. Pressure has ...
BHP chairman fires warning shot at activist investor ElliottFinancial Times
BHP presents united front against activist ElliottReuters
MacKenzie: BHP board must 'evolve'The Australian
Telegraph.co.uk -Bloomberg -Seeking Alpha -euronews
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10/19/2017
Australia's last locally-built car completed - Sky News Australia

Sky News Australia

Australia's last locally-built car completed
Sky News Australia
Holden's last locally-built car, a red Commodore sedan, is set to officially roll off the production line, ending an era for the company and for Australia's manufacturing industry. Holden's assembly plant in Adelaide's north will close on Friday with ...
Last Australian car to be built todayToowoomba Chronicle
'It's a bit of pride': the last Holden marks an end to car manufacturing in AustraliaThe Guardian
Holden factory shutdown is truly an Aussie tragedyHerald Sun
CNN -Bloomberg -Courier Mail -The Advertiser
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10/19/2017
Coalition MPs edgy over 'cap' on carbon - The Australian

The Australian

Coalition MPs edgy over 'cap' on carbon
The Australian
Malcolm Turnbull's new energy policy is fuelling anxiety among government MPs, who are likening it to a “cap and trade” carbon scheme and demanding that emissions reductions be delayed as long as possible to minimise costs. The Prime Minister ...
Electricity prices: Regulator asks for power to grill energy price gougersDaily Telegraph
Shorten shuts down talk of energy dealSky News Australia
John Hewson: Energy guarantee a Clayton's emissions intensity schemeBrisbane Times
The Guardian -ABC Online -The Inverell Times -Phys.Org
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10/18/2017
Battery storage proponents despondent about future under National Energy Guarantee - ABC Online

ABC Online

Battery storage proponents despondent about future under National Energy Guarantee
ABC Online
Some in the fledgling tech-metals mining and processing industry are dismayed that the Federal Government's new energy policy does not appear to support renewable energy storage such as batteries. Australian Vanadium chief executive Vincent Algar said ...
The US government underestimated solar energy installation in the US by 4813%Quartz
Origin, BHP, BlueScope support new National Energy GuaranteeThe Australian
Construction of Kennedy Energy Park underway, as CEFC tips in another $94mRenewEconomy
Bloomberg -Reuters -Business Day -PACE Today
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10/19/2017
Aussie home ownership worse than Eastern Europe - Courier Mail

Aussie home ownership worse than Eastern Europe
Courier Mail
MORE people in Eastern European countries like Hungary and the Czech Republic own their own home than Australians. And, if you're young — it's going to be even harder to get a foot on the property ladder — a major report from the Australian Institute ...

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10/19/2017
Rate rise firms after strong jobs growth - The Australian

The Australian

Rate rise firms after strong jobs growth
The Australian
A further strengthening of Australia's labour market has backed official forecasts of faster economic growth, reinforcing economists' expectations that wages growth will recover enough to allow the Reserve Bank to consider lifting interest rates from a ...
RBA is keeping a close eye on household debtYour Mortgage
Australia's Payment System Reform A 'Major Opportunity' For FintechsPaymentsCompliance

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10/18/2017
Australia's employment boom bypassing entry-level job seekers, Anglicare report says - ABC Online

ABC Online

Australia's employment boom bypassing entry-level job seekers, Anglicare report says
ABC Online
Mitchell Taylor isn't asking for the world. Just a job. Any job. Preferably something in retail. Key points: For every entry-level job, there are 4.8 applicants, Anglicare report reveals; Job-seekers report going months without getting interviews; 1.1 ...

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10/19/2017
Gravox, Fountain added to Kraft's pantry - The Australian

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Gravox, Fountain added to Kraft's pantry
The Australian
Tomato sauce brand Fountain and gravy label Gravox are among a suite of brands sold to US food giant Kraft Heinz in a $A290 million deal. The Australian and New Zealand brands are part of the Cerebos food and instant coffee business, which was ...
Kraft Heinz buys Cerebos Greggs factoryOtago Daily Times
Kraft Heinz acquires Cerebos assets for $228.2m from SuntoryFoodBev.com
Kraft Heinz buys ANZ Cerebos assets for A$290 millionsharechat
Plastics in Packaging
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10/19/2017
Here is the key Boeing gives airlines when they buy a $270 million 787 Dreamliner - Business Insider

Business Insider

Here is the key Boeing gives airlines when they buy a $270 million 787 Dreamliner
Business Insider
The Dreamliner will allow Qantas to offer non-stop service between the Europe and Australia. On Tuesday, Qantas took delivery of its first 787-9 Dreamliner at Boeing's Everett, Washington factory. After the paperwork had been signed and a substantial ...

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