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05/27/2016
Dairy price cuts to hit Victorian economy, councils warn - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Dairy price cuts to hit Victorian economy, councils warn
The Sydney Morning Herald
The worrying numbers have flown fast over recent weeks, with a similar speed and impact to the spill that comes after a glass of milk is knocked off a kitchen table. They have come from farmers worried about the impact on their revenue from the sudden ...
Dairy business 'swamped' with orders, thanks localsGladstone Observer
Silence on milk price for farmersThe Maitland Mercury
Morrisons to milk more from its 'fair price' farm rangeTelegraph.co.uk
Fraser Coast Chronicle -World Socialist Web Site -The Advocate -Central Western Daily
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05/27/2016
New lookouts at Twelve Apostles part of multi-million-dollar makeover - ABC Local

ABC Local

New lookouts at Twelve Apostles part of multi-million-dollar makeover
ABC Local
New lookouts will be built at the Twelve Apostles and the Loch Ard blowhole on Victoria's Shipwreck Coast, under a multi-million-dollar plan to boost tourism along one of the world's most spectacular coastlines. The Andrews Government will spend $9.8 ...
12 Apostles cash splash3AW
Push to get tourists to stay longer at Twelve ApostlesThe Age
Great Ocean Road more than just a daytripGeelong Advertiser

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05/26/2016
FX rigging hit by new code - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

FX rigging hit by new code
The Australian Financial Review
Guy Debelle says the foreign exchange market is one of the most vital parts of the financial plumbing. Andrew Meares. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by John Kehoe. Currency traders will be expected to abide by new international guidelines ...
RBA's Debelle launches first phase of new global FX codeThe Australian
Don't lie, don't cheat, don't start rumours, says new FX codeBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)
Don't lie, don't cheat, says new FX codeZawya (registration)
Reuters -Newsmax -Wall Street Journal
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05/27/2016
Market rises to nine month high - TheBull.com.au

ABC Online

Market rises to nine month high
TheBull.com.au
Strength amongst most of the big banks has helped lift the share market to its highest closing level in nine months. Share |. mas Text size +; mas Text size -. mas Print. i. By AAP | 27.05.2016 05:07 PM. The share market has closed at a nine month high ...
Share market closes at highest level in nine monthsABC Online
Market rises to a nine month highYahoo7 News

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05/29/2016
#InquirerSeven Key Takeaways from Sir Richard Branson - Inquirer.net

Inquirer.net

#InquirerSeven Key Takeaways from Sir Richard Branson
Inquirer.net
Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson, right, with his daughter, Holly Branson, tour the grounds of the Los Angeles Amity Foundation with its vice president, Mark Faucette, middle, in Los Angeles on Nov. 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes).
Virgin Money home loans the start of a bigger expansion in AustraliaNEWS.com.au
Branson reveals major giveaway at Virgin Money launchAustralian Broker
Virgin's Richard Branson is a big fan of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbulldailytelegraph.com.au
Manila Bulletin -AdNews -Gulf Times -Yahoo7 News
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05/28/2016
Report cites mixed results for Wisconsin's renewable energy progress - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Report cites mixed results for Wisconsin's renewable energy progress
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Trey Bradenburg installs motor controls so the solar panels at the state's largest single solar project — on a former coal ash landfill owned by Alliant Energy Corp. in the Town of Beloit — can move to follow the sun throughout the day. Credit ...
Is America's Vision for Renewal Energy a Mirage?OilPrice.com
Wind industry should stand on its own powerHouston Chronicle
UAE solar may lead a trend for the Gulf?NEWS.com.au
mySanAntonio.com -Green Left Weekly -RenewEconomy -The Equation: Blog of the Union of Concerned Scientists (blog)
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05/28/2016
NSW TrainLink: Some credit card info at risk after website security breach - ABC Online

ABC Online

NSW TrainLink: Some credit card info at risk after website security breach
ABC Online
The NSW Opposition has called on the state's Transport Minister to reveal how many customers have been affected by a security breach of TrainLink's online booking systems. Key points. TrainLink says there was a "security compromise" of its online ...
Transport for NSW investigating TrainLink security breachThe Sydney Morning Herald

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05/28/2016
Greens announce $53b clean energy plan in Brisbane - Brisbane Times

Sky News Australia

Greens announce $53b clean energy plan in Brisbane
Brisbane Times
The Greens have announced a $53 billion clean energy plan for Queensland which it says will create tens of thousands of jobs. Leader Richard Di Natale unveiled the plan while in Brisbane on Sunday to launch the party's Queensland federal election ...
Greens launch Qld election campaignSBS

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05/26/2016
Interactive Intelligence Cloud Solutions Achieve International Compliance - CSO Australia

Interactive Intelligence Cloud Solutions Achieve International Compliance
CSO Australia
INDIANAPOLIS, May 26, 2016 -- Interactive Intelligence Group Inc.'s (Nasdaq: ININ) PureCloud and Communications as a Service (CaaS) solutions have met international compliance requirements across all its global data centres. “With more than 20 years of ...
Murphy Michael R buys $26.2 Million stake in Interactive Intelligence Group Inc (ININ)Market Digest
Interactive Intelligence Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:ININ): Analysts Quick Take on EarningsNews Tribune

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05/28/2016
BSA Pays Disgruntled Employees to Rat on 'Pirating' Bosses - TorrentFreak

TorrentFreak

BSA Pays Disgruntled Employees to Rat on 'Pirating' Bosses
TorrentFreak
The Business Software Alliance, a trade group representing Adobe, Apple and Microsoft, is known to offer cash payments to people who help them find companies that run unlicensed software. Today we speak with an attorney who has represented more than ...
Unlicensed Software Installation Value In Malaysia Drops To US$456 MillionBernama
20% of Aussies using unlicensed softwareiTWire
36% of computer users in Taiwan used unauthorized softwareFocus Taiwan News Channel

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