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05/27/2018
Investa set to accept Blackstone bid - The Australian


The Australian

Investa set to accept Blackstone bid
The Australian
Private equity giant Blackstone has lobbed a $3.1 billion takeover bid for the Investa Office Fund, which is set to be recommended by the target's board. It comes after other parties have made various attempts in the past to buy the group that owns ...
Blackstone makes $3.1 billion offer to take over Investa Office FundThe Australian Financial Review
Blackstone bids for IOFMoney Management
Investa Office Fund a $3.14b target for private equityThe Sydney Morning Herald
Business Insider -Yankee Analysts
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05/27/2018
Finding the right person to blame for Barnaby's choice - The Big Smoke Australia

The Big Smoke Australia

Finding the right person to blame for Barnaby's choice
The Big Smoke Australia
Well, Barnaby Joyce did it again. But who do we blame? The man himself, or those who allow him to continually escape punishment? Whatever happens to this government whenever it is that we trudge to the polls, it doesn't matter. The concrete has set.

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05/27/2018
Takata airbag recall continues, with ACCC adding another million cars to the list - ABC Local

ABC Local

Takata airbag recall continues, with ACCC adding another million cars to the list
ABC Local
Australia's consumer watchdog says more cars fitted with defective and potentially deadly airbags are set to be recalled after another million were added to the list. The latest list, announced by the Australian Competition Consumer Commission, brings ...
Takata airbag recalls adds 1.1m carsNEWS.com.au
Australia increases Takata air bags recall to just under 4 million carsReuters
Takata airbag recall: ACCC adds another 1.1 million vehicles to listThe Guardian
Business Insider -WhichCar -New Zealand Herald -Hit 107
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05/27/2018
Queensland woman escorted off Jetstar flight by the Australian Federal Police - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Queensland woman escorted off Jetstar flight by the Australian Federal Police
NEWS.com.au
AN AUSTRALIAN woman caused disturbing scenes on a Brisbane-bound Jetstar flight, resulting in children sitting nearby bursting into tears. Staff writers. News Corp Australia NetworkMay 28, 20186:45am. Video; Image ...
Queensland woman hauled off Jetstar flightBrisbane Times
Woman hauled off Jetstar flight by fedsWhitsunday Times
Shrieking Woman Escorted off Flight After Hitting Passengers With BibleNewsweek
Daily Mail -The Sun
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05/27/2018
Why Australia's governments, banks and economy don't want 'affordable' housing - ABC Online

ABC Online

Why Australia's governments, banks and economy don't want 'affordable' housing
ABC Online
If you've ever spoken to a real estate agent, you would know there are only two scenarios when it comes to Australian property. When the market is running hot, you need to get in quick. And when it's cooling, it's an opportunity to grab a bargain ...
Recession ahead. Do you believe negative journalists or positive Pete?Switzer Financial News
Experts weigh in on the fate of housing marketYourMortgage.com.au

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05/27/2018
Fortescue Metals to develop $1.3b iron ore project in WA - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Fortescue Metals to develop $1.3b iron ore project in WA
The Sydney Morning Herald
Fortescue Metals, the world's fourth largest iron ore miner, has approved the development of a $US1.28 billion ($1.7 billion) mine and rail project in Western Australia, in a bid to boost the price it gets for its iron ore. Fortescue is eager to ...
Fortescue go ahead for $1.7bn projectThe Australian
Fortescue is going ahead with a new $1.7 billion iron ore mineBusiness Insider Australia
Fortescue approves $1.7 billion Eliwana developmentAustralian Mining
Reuters -Rask Media -The West Australian -The Capital Club
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05/27/2018
3/100: The fast-food company with the worst health score - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

3/100: The fast-food company with the worst health score
The Sydney Morning Herald
Australia's most popular fast-food restaurants need to be more transparent about their nutrition policies and should commit to reducing salt, sugar and saturated fat, according to a new report which ranks the retailers based on their public positions ...
Push for 'default' healthy drinks and sides with fast foodHerald Sun
Food Operators Failing to Combat ObesityVision Christian Media

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05/27/2018
Australian auction clearance rates are still sliding - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

Australian auction clearance rates are still sliding
Business Insider Australia
Australian preliminary auction clearance rates continued to slide last week, led on this occasion by Melbourne. Sydney's clearance rate rebounded, albeit a large number of results are yet to be reported. CoreLogic will release updated price and ...
Budget and prestige homes outperform mid-market properties as Melbourne buyer pool dwindlesDomain News
National auction market tracks below 70 per cent for a yearThe Australian
Auction bounce back for Sydney, Melbourne but market still 'unforgiving'The Australian Financial Review
CoreLogic Property News (press release) (blog)
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05/27/2018
Finance News Update, what you need to know - Yahoo7 News

Finance News Update, what you need to know
Yahoo7 News
The Australian share market is expected to open lower after US stocks and oil prices fell at the end of last week. On Monday morning, the Australian share price futures index was down 30 points, or 0.5 per cent, at 6,007 points. Meanwhile, the ...

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05/27/2018
NBN eyes changes to fixed wireless pricing, voice-focused product - Computerworld Australia

Computerworld Australia

NBN eyes changes to fixed wireless pricing, voice-focused product
Computerworld Australia
NBN is planning to two launch new bundled offerings for retail service providers (RSPs), with the wholesaler launching new consultations with telcos on the proposals. NBN intends to introduce a new low-end product designed primarily for voice and a new ...
NBN Co: the money is good, the results aren'tiTWire
NBN boss warns plan for top speed on fixed wireless has been 'killed'The Sydney Morning Herald
Big salaries apply broadly across NBN as complaints surgeThe Australian
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