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01/18/2018
'Silent boycott': Gen Ys dump scandal-hit brands but stay quiet about it - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

'Silent boycott': Gen Ys dump scandal-hit brands but stay quiet about it
The Sydney Morning Herald
Avanthi Chrystine has been boycotting specific fast food brands due to media exposure of their treatment of animals since she was 10-years-old. Since then the 25-year-old from Granville in NSW has continued to stop shopping with brands when they go ...

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01/18/2018
Emirates makes fun of desperate passengers - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Emirates makes fun of desperate passengers
NEWS.com.au
EMIRATES has revealed what it claims is the ultimate flight upgrade “hack” — in between laughing hysterically at those who have dared try. Kate Schneider@SchneiderK · news.com.auJanuary 19, 201810:50am. Video; Image. Emirates: "Don't upgrade your seat ...

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01/18/2018
Malaysia Airlines flight MH122: Passengers told to brace for impact on plane diverted to Alice Springs - ABC Online

ABC Online

Malaysia Airlines flight MH122: Passengers told to brace for impact on plane diverted to Alice Springs
ABC Online
Passengers on board a Malaysia Airlines flight forced to divert to Alice Springs have described how they were told to brace for impact after the aircraft began shaking violently. Key points: One of the Airbus A330-300's two engines was shut down due to ...
Malaysian airlines flight forced to land in Alice due to technical issuesThe Australian
Fear as Malaysia Airlines flight divertedNEWS.com.au
'Preparing for the worst': Passengers detail moment Malaysia Airlines flight was divertedSBS
PerthNow -Travel Weekly -The Sydney Morning Herald -News24
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01/18/2018
Australia's economy to reach cruising altitude on global tailwind: poll - Reuters

Reuters

Australia's economy to reach cruising altitude on global tailwind: poll
Reuters
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's economy is seen cruising at a comfortable click over the next two years courtesy of strength in jobs, business investment and public spending, though miserly wage growth and a heavily-indebted consumer lurk as threats ...
Stronger economy could lead to rate riseNEWS.com.au
Gains ahead in 2018 but volatility lingersThe Australian
The ten things to watch in 2018Livewire Markets
Bloomberg
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01/18/2018
Sydney Airport strengthens China links as passenger numbers continue to soar - The Australian

The Australian

Sydney Airport strengthens China links as passenger numbers continue to soar
The Australian
A lift in the number of Chinese travellers passing through Sydney Airport last year has prompted two Chinese airlines to increase the frequency of their flights to Sydney. The number of Chinese nationals travelling through Sydney Airport leapt 17.3 per ...
Record numbers pass through Sydney AirportNEWS.com.au
Is the Sydney Airport Holdings Ltd share price a buy on today's update?Motley Fool Australia
A record 43.3 million passengers went through Sydney Airport in 2017Business Insider Australia
Danville Daily
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01/18/2018
3 tourism shares that could provide market-beating returns - Motley Fool Australia

Motley Fool Australia

3 tourism shares that could provide market-beating returns
Motley Fool Australia
This morning the Australian Bureau of Statistics released its tourism figures for the month of November. The great news for companies with exposure to the tourism boom is that more and more tourists are flocking to Australia. According to the data ...

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01/18/2018
Minister meets union over NSW train strike - The Australian

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Minister meets union over NSW train strike
The Australian
Unions and the state government have held a "conciliatory" meeting and will work through the weekend to resolve their issues before it's too late to stop a planned 24-hour strike by NSW rail workers. More than 9000 Sydney train workers are due to ...
Rail crisis could be called off after union, government meetingDaily Telegraph
This is how Sydney's transport system has gone off the railsThe Conversation AU
Don't come into work! Top four banks tell employees to work from home when rail drivers strike on January 29Daily Mail
Hit 107 -9news.com.au
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01/18/2018
Jobs growth better than in boom years - The Australian

The Australian

Jobs growth better than in boom years
The Australian
Almost 75 per cent of the working-age population now has a job, exceeding the levels reached during the peak of the resources boom, after strong demand from employers generated 400,000 new positions over the past year. Employment growth in 2017 was the ...
Australia's jobs boom: employment numbers set historic markThe Sydney Morning Herald
Australia Gains 101200 Construction JobsSourceable
Here's what economists are saying about Australia's jobs reportBusiness Insider Australia
ABC Online -Crikey -Courier Mail -NEWS.com.au
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01/18/2018
More jobs under Turnbull than past 40 years - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

More jobs under Turnbull than past 40 years
Daily Telegraph
MORE jobs were created in the past 12 months than in any year in the past four decades, with the Coalition leaping on the record figures in a push to reverse its political fortunes. Malcolm Turnbull hailed the figures, which show 403,000 new jobs were ...
Turnbull hails record job figuresThe Australian
Shorten backs Aust Day but hits out at PMNEWS.com.au
'African gangs' debate polarises AustraliaLuxora Leader
Kaplan Herald
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01/18/2018
Government bungle threatens Easter trading in regional towns - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Government bungle threatens Easter trading in regional towns
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Queensland government has admitted to a law-making bungle that could force supermarkets and other major shops in regional towns to shut for four days over Easter. Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace conceded to a “drafting omission” and ...
Three words could throw shoppers into 'chaos'Whitsunday Times
Three little words, four days of retail painCentral Queensland news
Qld Easter trading hours error to be fixedDaily Mail

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