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06/27/2017
Australia Post hires Blackmores CEO Christine Holgate for top job - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

Australia Post hires Blackmores CEO Christine Holgate for top job
The Australian Financial Review
Blackmores chief executive Christine Holgate is leaving in September to lead Australia Post. Wayne Taylor. by; Patrick Durkin · Simon Evans. Outgoing Blackmores chief executive Christine Holgate is happy to take a paycut to make a "social contribution ...
Australia Post chief executive Christine Holgate tasked with transforming its delivery serviceNEWS.com.au
Ahmed Fahour a perfect choice to run Amazon's Australian operationThe Australian
Incoming Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate to take time off in Bhutan before new gigdailytelegraph.com.au
Yahoo7 News -Business News -The Sydney Morning Herald -ABN Newswire (press release)
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06/27/2017
Census 2016: Milestone passed as Australia becomes more Asian, less European - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Census 2016: Milestone passed as Australia becomes more Asian, less European
The Sydney Morning Herald
The census shows Australia reached a "tipping point" in 2016 where only slightly more than half its residents had two Australian-born parents. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. Progress: 0%. Stream TypeLIVE.
Fewer Aussies identify as religiousThe Australian
Census 2016 puts on display the increasing diversity in Australians' relationshipsThe Conversation AU
Australian census: What does a state full of sandgropers really look like?ABC Online
Domain News -Brisbane Times -Perth Now -NEWS.com.au
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06/26/2017
Calls for federal inquiry into retirement villages amid Aveo scandal - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Calls for federal inquiry into retirement villages amid Aveo scandal
The Sydney Morning Herald
Labor, the Greens and former Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Allan Fels have called on the government to urgently review the retirement village sector following allegations elderly Australians are being ripped off.
Aveo rejects report on 'churn taget'Sky News Australia
Retirement Village Residents Often Left In Dark Over ContractsProfessional Planner
Aveo horror: John lay trapped for days screaming for help. No one cameCollie Mail
Starts at 60 -Eden Magnet -Free Malaysia Today -Malay Mail Online
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06/27/2017
Stocks recover from early falls to finish flat - The Australian

The Australian

Stocks recover from early falls to finish flat
The Australian
Australian stocks regained ground in afternoon trade to finish broadly flat, with investors searching for a catalyst ahead of the end of the financial year this Friday. At the close, the S&P/ASX 200 was just 0.1 per cent weaker for the day at 5,714.2 ...
Markets Live: Fortescue steadies ASX shipThe Sydney Morning Herald
Aust stocks dip despite mining strengthTheBull.com.au
Defence industry upset over 457 visa shiftSBS
Business News -THE BUSINESS TIMES -Times of India -Fox Business
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06/26/2017
Federal Court finds conduct of Get Qualified Australia to be misleading, unconscionable - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Federal Court finds conduct of Get Qualified Australia to be misleading, unconscionable
The Sydney Morning Herald
A failed education company, that left more than 5000 students without the qualifications they paid for, engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct, unfair contract terms and unconscionable conduct, the Federal Court has found. Get Qualified Australia ...
Skills provider 'false, misleading': courtSBS

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06/27/2017
1300 Smiles Limited is back on an acquisitive trail - Motley Fool Australia

1300 Smiles Limited is back on an acquisitive trail
Motley Fool Australia
Dental business aggregator and widely fancied small-cap growth stock 1300 Smiles Limited (ASX: ONT) announced deals to acquire two new dentists in New South Wales today. According to 1300 Smiles the combined practices produce revenues of more ...

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06/27/2017
Miranda Kerr hands $10m in jewellery to US agents - The Australian

The Australian

Miranda Kerr hands $10m in jewellery to US agents
The Australian
Australian model Miranda Kerr has handed over $US8.1 million ($10.6m) worth of jewellery to the US Justice Department a week after lawsuits said it was bought for her by Malaysian financier Jho Low with allegedly misappropriated funds, according to her ...
Miranda Kerr hands over RM35 million in jewellery to DoJFree Malaysia Today
Miranda Kerr hands over $8.1 million in jewellery linked to corruption scandalMashable
Model Miranda Kerr hands over US$8.1m in jewellery linked to 1MDB to US authoritiesTHE BUSINESS TIMES
Malaysiakini (subscription) -NEWS.com.au -The Guardian -Vogue Australia
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06/26/2017
Creditors pursing Salim Mehajer's companies for $97 million - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Creditors pursing Salim Mehajer's companies for $97 million
The Sydney Morning Herald
Creditors are pursuing two of Salim Mehajer's companies for almost $100 million while the businesses have just $32,000 in the bank, the Supreme Court has heard, as the colourful property developer seeks to halt the appointment of administrators to the ...
Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer's companies owe $97m to creditors, court hearsNEWS.com.au

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06/26/2017
Australian cities among world's most expensive - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Australian cities among world's most expensive
NEWS.com.au
EVEN before taking into account 3D glasses, popcorn, frozen Cokes and Maltesers, movie tickets in Australia are among the world's most expensive. A single movie ticket in Melbourne will set you back $21.72 ($US16.47), not far off sky-high prices in ...
Interstate investment: How to have your smashed avocado and eat it tooSmart Property Investment

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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
CBA joins other major banks to penalise interest-only borrowers with rate riseABC Online
Commonwealth Bank announces it is dropping interest rates for owner occupiersNEWS.com.au
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