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04/27/2017
Amber Harrison, Seven West Media to face off again over Tim Worner affair - The Australian


The Australian

Amber Harrison, Seven West Media to face off again over Tim Worner affair
The Australian
Kerry Stokes' Seven West Media has been ordered to face Amber Harrison, the former lover of chief executive Tim Worner, across the bargaining table one more time in a bid to resolve the bitter stoush between the two sides. Over Seven's objections ...
Channel 7 sex scandal: Seven West Media ordered to mediate Amber Harrison case after CEO affairHerald Sun
Seven sideswiped by Amber Harrison's Melbourne moveThe Australian Financial Review
BREAKING: Judge Orders Seven & Amber Harrison Into MediationB&T

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04/27/2017
Murray Goulburn 'misled farmers': ACCC - The Australian

The Australian

Murray Goulburn 'misled farmers': ACCC
The Australian
Dairy group Murray Goulburn is facing court action after the consumer watchdog alleged it misled farmers about prices it would pay for their milk before announcing a shock cut to the price in 2016 that left many producers in difficulty. The Australian ...
Murray Goulburn: Competition watchdog takes legal action over harsh price cutsABC Online
ACCC drags milk giant Murray Goulburn to court over conductHerald Sun
Watchdog takes milk processor to courtSBS
Business Insider Australia -The Australian Dairyfarmer -Weekly Times Now -The National Business Review
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04/27/2017
Blunder to cost YouTube billions - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Blunder to cost YouTube billions
NEWS.com.au
YOUTUBE'S inability to keep big-brand ads off unsavoury videos is threatening to transform a rising star in Google's digital family into a problem child. It's not yet clear whether a recent ad boycott of YouTube will be short-lived or the start of a ...
Google parent Alphabet's revenue continues to march higherThe Australian
Cloud Produces Sunny Earnings at Amazon, Microsoft and AlphabetNew York Times
Alphabet's quarterly profit rises 29pc, paced by digital advertising salesThe Australian Financial Review
TheStreet.com -MarketWatch -Fox Business -Business Insider
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04/27/2017
Westpac caves to coal protesters on lending - The Australian

The Australian

Westpac caves to coal protesters on lending
The Australian
Australia's second-largest bank Westpac has responded to a surge in environmental protests with an overhaul of its policy for lending to coal projects, which will likely see the controversial Adani coal mine barred from any funding. In an updated ...
Westpac rules out backing Adani coal mineSBS
Bank rules out backing Adani mineCourier Mail

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04/27/2017
Gas prices 'can't be guaranteed' - The Australian

The Australian

Gas prices 'can't be guaranteed'
The Australian
Shadow Energy Minister Mark Butler says Malcolm Turnbull is “changing his position” in every interview he does about gas prices. The Prime Minister and his Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg have both refused to guarantee that the government's gas market ...
Labor accused of 'misleading' statements after jumping on Turnbull's gas price commentsABC Online
Malcolm Turnbull says he cannot guarantee gas prices will halveNEWS.com.au
Josh Frydenberg refuses to guarantee gas prices will halveThe Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian Financial Review -The Guardian -Manufacturers' Monthly -The Canberra Times
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04/27/2017
Is Jetstar really the worst airline in the world? - 9news.com.au

9news.com.au

Is Jetstar really the worst airline in the world?
9news.com.au
Jetstar was ranked 73 out of 73 surveyed airlines. Passengers cited lengthy delays as one of the irritations. (AAP). An international study has ranked Qantas's low-cost carrier Jetstar as the worst airline out of 73 surveyed, with angry passengers ...
Jetstar lashes out over worst airline surveySky News Australia
Jetstar v Choice, and a pox on both housesCrikey (registration) (blog)
Jetstar ranked worst airline in the world, surveyThe New Daily
TripleM Sydney -CHOICE -Huffington Post Australia -New Zealand Herald
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04/27/2017
WA government departments slashed - 9news.com.au

WA government departments slashed
9news.com.au
Western Australia's new Labor government has unveiled the details of its public sector shake-up, doubling its target while in opposition. Premier Mark McGowan announced on Friday the state's 41 government departments would be reduced to 25 by July 1, ...

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04/27/2017
Tatts rebuffs sweetened offer from Pacific Consortium - The Australian

The Australian

Tatts rebuffs sweetened offer from Pacific Consortium
The Australian
The board of Tatts has rejected a Macquarie-led consortium's attempt to access its data room, saying the suitor's revised offer was not superior to an agreed Tabcorp bid. The Harry Boon-led board told its shareholders this morning that it had assessed ...
Tatts Group, Pacific Consortium will have questions to answerThe Australian Financial Review
Tatts rejects sweetened $7.2b offerCourier Mail

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04/27/2017
8@eight: Miners in spotlight - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

8@eight: Miners in spotlight
The Sydney Morning Herald
The local sharemarket is set to open lower with the big miners poised to retreat, with BHP dropping 4.8 per cent in London and Rio Tinto shedding 2.6 per cent. 1. US: It is possible the markets again breathed a sigh of relief last night as President ...
ASX set to open lower as miners tumble on iron ore warningABC Online
Miners poised to lead ASX lower at openThe Australian Financial Review

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04/27/2017
Sydney house price slump confirms boom over - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Sydney house price slump confirms boom over
The Australian Financial Review
So Sydney house prices have fallen in April for the first time on a month-on-month basis since December 2015, validating last week's call that the easy-money fuelled Aussie housing boom is grinding to a halt. According to CoreLogic's daily hedonic ...
'Be careful what you wish for': RBA could cause Aussie routThe Sydney Morning Herald
RBA board member Harper strengthens rate hike outlookThe Australian

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