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06/26/2017
Australia Post appoints Christine Holgate as chief executive - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Australia Post appoints Christine Holgate as chief executive
The Sydney Morning Herald
Mr Fahour surprisingly announced on Wednesday that he would resign just weeks after the revelation of his $5.6 million salary caused a national furore and drew the ire of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Australia Post chairman John Stanhope said Ms ...
Stocks to watch at noonThe Australian
Shock news sends Blackmores Limited shares sharply lowerMotley Fool Australia
Australia Post names Christine Holgate as new CEO, replacing Ahmed FahourABC Online
The New Daily -Australasian Transport News -Sky News Australia -Herald Sun
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06/26/2017
Census 2016: Australia hits 'tipping point' as Melbourne is set to overtake Sydney - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Census 2016: Australia hits 'tipping point' as Melbourne is set to overtake Sydney
The Sydney Morning Herald
The latest census data has been collected and analysed. Here's a snapshot of Australia shown as a group of 100 people. Melbourne is set to overtake Sydney as Australia's most populous city; for the first time in history the majority of us born overseas ...
Census fail: Doubts remain over accuracy of 2016 data despite being declared 'fit for purpose'NEWS.com.au
Census 2016: The Australian cities where home ownership declined the mostDomain News
Kingston census data shows more townhouses, more women, higher rent, the sound of Greece and less religion.Herald Sun
New York Times -ABC Online -Lifehacker Australia -The Advocate
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06/26/2017
CBA hikes interest-only rates for home loans by 30 basis points - The Australian

The Australian

CBA hikes interest-only rates for home loans by 30 basis points
The Australian
Commonwealth Bank, the nation's largest lender, has become the last of the big four banks to whack interest-only lenders with sharp rate hikes, as banks attempt to push borrowers onto less risky loans. CBA (CBA) today said it would be hiking rates for ...
CBA raises rates on interest-only home loans, cuts elsewhereThe Sydney Morning Herald
Commonwealth Bank announces it is dropping interest rates for owner occupiersNEWS.com.au
The Commonwealth has cut home loans for most owner-occupiersBusiness Insider Australia
Nasdaq -finder.com.au
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06/26/2017
Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer's companies owe $97m to creditors, court hears - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer's companies owe $97m to creditors, court hears
NEWS.com.au
FORMER deputy Auburn mayor Salim Mehajer held a 5.30am meeting with himself to remove the director of two of his businesses hours before the appointment of administrators, a judge has been told. Mr Mehajer is the sole shareholder of the companies, ...

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06/26/2017
Yancoal poised to win Rio coal battle - The Australian

The Australian Financial Review

Yancoal poised to win Rio coal battle
The Australian
China's Yancoal looks to have sealed a deal for Rio Tinto's NSW coal operations after raising its offer price to $US2.69 billion ($A3.55 billion) to top a rival offer from global miner Glencore. Rio Tinto confirmed it would back Yancoal's offer over ...
Markets Live: ASX slides below 5700The Sydney Morning Herald
Wall Street flat as Chinese-backed Yancoal ups bid to buy Rio Tinto's NSW coal minesABC Online
Yancoal, Glencore locked in year's biggest mining M&A battleThe Australian Financial Review
Financial Times -Finance News Network -Barron's -Australia's Mining Monthly (subscription)
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06/26/2017
REA Group makes a move into home financing - The Australian

The Australian

REA Group makes a move into home financing
The Australian
REA Group has agreed to buy a majority stake in mortgage broker Smartline as the real estate classifieds business moves into home financing. The group (REA), which is controlled by News Corp (the publisher of The Australian), will acquire an 80.3 per ...
REA buys 80 per cent of mortgage broker Smartline and deepens NAB partnershipThe Sydney Morning Herald
REA Group Limited is about to disrupt the mortgage marketMotley Fool Australia
Real estate giant acquires majority stake in broking franchiseAustralian Broker
NEWS.com.au -The Adviser -Finance News Network
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06/26/2017
All the changes you need to know for July 1 - Northern Star

Northern Star

All the changes you need to know for July 1
Northern Star
IT'S nearly the start of the new financial year, which means, as always, a raft of changes. From fees and charges to family tax benefits and superannuation, here's how the world will be different starting from July 1, 2017. POWER PRICES SKYROCKET.

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06/26/2017
ASX seen opening flat, Wall St mixed - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

ASX seen opening flat, Wall St mixed
The Australian Financial Review
Trader Robert Arciero, left, works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Richard Drew. by Timothy Moore. Local shares are getting little help from overseas with Wall Street mixed to start its week. ASX futures up 1 point. The Australian dollar ...
Australian sharemarket opens lower, pulled down by healthcare, mining stocksThe Australian
Markets Live: ASX rally sputtersThe Sydney Morning Herald
CommSec Daily Report TuesdayTheBull.com.au
Business News -Xinhua -Reuters -THE BUSINESS TIMES
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06/26/2017
SA plastics recycling business closes due to $100k hike in power bills - ABC Online

ABC Online

SA plastics recycling business closes due to $100k hike in power bills
ABC Online
South Australia's sky-high electricity prices have forced an Adelaide plastics recycling business to shut its doors, costing 35 workers their jobs, its managing director says. Plastics Granulating Services (PGS), based in Kilburn in Adelaide's inner ...
Power costs claim Adelaide businessYahoo7 News
SA POWER PRICES KILL GREEN BUSINESSHerald Sun (blog)

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06/26/2017
Happy birthday, GST – time to grow up and tax more food - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Happy birthday, GST – time to grow up and tax more food
The Sydney Morning Herald
Our goods and services tax turns 17 this Saturday, but there will be no party. About the only attention the GST gets these days is protests about the "tampon tax" and states complaining about its carve-up. The GST has been frozen in time by the deal ...

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