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07/01/2016
How to position your investments after Brexit - The Australian Financial Review


The Australian Financial Review

How to position your investments after Brexit
The Australian Financial Review
Spare a thought for the Brits. Between Friday and Monday they lost their prime minister, most of the shadow cabinet, their triple A rating – and their national football manager, after being knocked out of Euro 2016 by Iceland. But don't feel too sorry ...
The Brexit bonus: Long divorce changes game for Australian business in the mother countryThe Sydney Morning Herald
Don't panic about Brexit and focus on your portfolioShareCafe (registration)

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07/01/2016
Shaver Shop buzzing on market - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Shaver Shop buzzing on market
Herald Sun
RETAIL chain Shaver Shop has made a solid start to life as a listed company, aided by a burst of positive market sentiment in recent days. Shares in the group climbed 3.3 per cent after it joined the bourse at 11am yesterday, closing at $1.085. The ...
Shaver Shop Group Ltd to list on ASX today. Is it a Buy?Motley Fool Australia
Shaver Shop cuts a fine figureThe Australian
Shaver Shop in well-groomed market debutNEWS.com.au
The Australian Financial Review -Proactive Investors Australia
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07/01/2016
Bidding for GPT Metro heats up, Growthpoint lauches takeover bid - The Australian

The Australian

Bidding for GPT Metro heats up, Growthpoint lauches takeover bid
The Australian
Growthpoint Properties Australia has renewed its pursuit of the GPT Metro Office Fund and yesterday emerged with a crucial 12.98 per cent stake in the target trust and launched a takeover bid at $2.50 per unit. The fight over the fund, which owns six ...
Growthpoint ups the ante for GPT MetroThe Sydney Morning Herald
Growthpoint Properties Australia raises bid for GPT MetroThe Australian Financial Review
Growthpoint eyes GPT Metro OfficeNEWS.com.au
Engelwood Daily -Finance News Network
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07/01/2016
CFMEU officials fined $180k for illegal Grocon blockade - The Australian

The Australian

CFMEU officials fined $180k for illegal Grocon blockade
The Australian
A senior judge has savaged the construction union as it and several officials were fined a total of almost $180,000 collectively over an illegal blockade at the site of an Melbourne apartment complex. The Federal Court handed down the fines yesterday ...
Judge blasts CFMEU record as an 'embarrassment to unions'The Sydney Morning Herald
'Notorious' CFMEU an 'embarrassment'The Australian Financial Review
Union an 'embarrassment': Fed Court9news.com.au
Herald Sun -3AW
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06/30/2016
Lion announces opening price of $5/kg - The Australian Dairyfarmer

The Australian Dairyfarmer

Lion announces opening price of $5/kg
The Australian Dairyfarmer
Peter West: Since pioneering our flexible model, we've seen strong take up by farmers of our fixed pricing options. LATEST. Lion announces opening price of $5/kg · Genetics are worth something · Fonterra opens at $4.75/kg MS · Good eye for a champion.
Dairy industry election promisesWarrnambool Standard
Concessional loans available for dairy farmersCoastal Leader
Opening prices a 'sign of confidence'Weekly Times Now
Farmer's Exchange -The Livingston County News -Food Safety News -Capital Press
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07/01/2016
Rising debt puts us at the crossroads - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Rising debt puts us at the crossroads
Herald Sun
After an exhausting and at times dreary eight-week campaign, you can today help decide who earns the right to run the nation for the next three years. In its broadest sense, the two major parties are shaping today's poll along predictable lines: for ...
Are we out of our debt?Courier Mail
Economists say rates on hold in July, but odds stacked for August cutThe Sydney Morning Herald
10 things you need to know this morning in AustraliaBusiness Insider Australia
Yahoo7 News -The Australian -The West Australian -Mozo.com.au
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06/30/2016
Blackham announces Essex drilling results - Finance News Network

Business News

Blackham announces Essex drilling results
Finance News Network
Blackham Resources Limited (ASX:BLK) has announced outstanding results from extension drilling at its Matilda Gold Project in Western Australia. The testing was conducted to evaluate if areas close to the existing development could be incorporated into ...
Blackham Resources Ltd (ASX:BLK) Outstanding Drilling From EssexABN Newswire (press release)
Blackham hits again on the exploration frontFinfeed (blog)

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07/01/2016
Black lung disease: Another Queensland miner diagnosed with coal workers' pneumoconiosis - ABC Online

ABC Online

Black lung disease: Another Queensland miner diagnosed with coal workers' pneumoconiosis
ABC Online
Authorities have confirmed the third case of coal workers' pneumoconiosis (CWP), also known as black lung disease, in Queensland in as many days. What is black lung? Pneumoconiosis is a potentially fatal disease caused by long exposure to coal dust, ...
Tenth case of black lung in stateCourier Mail
Breaking: 10th black lung case confirmed - third this weekMackay Daily Mercury
DNRM confirms 8th black lung caseSafetyCulture

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06/30/2016
New country of origin food labelling reforms start today - ABC Online

ABC Online

New country of origin food labelling reforms start today
ABC Online
Consumers will find it easier to know where their food has come from, with new country of origin food labelling reforms starting today. Key points: Companies have two years to adhere to the changes; Labels will say where an item is produced, grown ...
How to read the new 'Australian Made' food labelsBusiness Insider Australia
New country-of-origin labelling laws come into effectWeekly Times Now
New food labels show appetite for changeMedical Xpress

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06/30/2016
IBM and Cisco team up on enterprise collaboration to stave off rivals like Slack and Microsoft - TechCrunch

TechCrunch

IBM and Cisco team up on enterprise collaboration to stave off rivals like Slack and Microsoft
TechCrunch
Earlier this month, IBM and Cisco announced they would work together to integrate IBM's Watson artificial intelligence technology into edge routers from Cisco, and today the two IT giants are deepening their partnership again, as they aim for a bigger ...

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