Whyalla workers feeling confident after steelworks sale
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Whyalla workers feeling confident after steelworks sale

Webby - Jul 17, 2017

Confidence is returning to the South Australian city of Whyalla after months of uncertainty caused by its largest employer going into voluntary administration.…

Aussie dollar surge hampers key tourism sector
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Aussie dollar surge hampers key tourism sector

Webby - Jul 17, 2017

As the Australian dollar continues an upward streak, there are concerns the rally has come at precisely the wrong moment for the economy.…

Jump in height for proposed Hobart city skyscrapers
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Jump in height for proposed Hobart city skyscrapers

Webby - Jul 14, 2017

A Singapore-based company wanting to build hotels in Hobart has increased the height of both proposals. The Fragrance Group has lodged formal plans…

Amazon reveals the best-selling products around the world on Prime Day – with a few surprising results
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Amazon reveals the best-selling products around the world on Prime Day – with a few surprising results

Webby - Jul 13, 2017

Amazon Prime Day has come and gone for another year . And the retailer has released a few of the statistics surrounding the…

High household electricity bills? There’s an app for that
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High household electricity bills? There’s an app for that

Webby - Jul 13, 2017

An app that could cut household's power bills, or even allow them to turn a profit, by trading household electricity usage on the…

Australia a ‘place of choice’ for money laundering
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Australia a ‘place of choice’ for money laundering

Webby - Jul 12, 2017

ANZ Bank says a lack of political will has seen successive Australian governments fail to extend money laundering laws to cover lawyers, real…

Cash toppled – cards and contactless overtake notes and coins for first time
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Cash toppled – cards and contactless overtake notes and coins for first time

Webby - Jul 11, 2017

Card purchases now account for more than half of retail purchases made in the UK for the first time, according to the British…

‘Highly-sexualised’ bikini-line ad full of bending and thrusting banned for being ‘too raunchy’
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‘Highly-sexualised’ bikini-line ad full of bending and thrusting banned for being ‘too raunchy’

Webby - Jul 11, 2017

A bikini-line shaving advert which featured women in swimsuits 'bending and thrusting' to dance music has been banned for being offensive. The ad…

Trump Jr’s emails trigger Wall St falls, ASX to open slightly lower
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Trump Jr’s emails trigger Wall St falls, ASX to open slightly lower

Webby - Jul 11, 2017

Wall Street put in a mixed performance as the Russian scandal dogging President Donald Trump continued to flare up. In a knee-jerk reaction,…

Are superannuation’s super-charged tax deductions for the highest paid fair?
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Are superannuation’s super-charged tax deductions for the highest paid fair?

Webby - Jul 11, 2017

When CPA Australia finally disclosed Alex Malley's salary last month, all eyes were on the headline figure of $1.8 million. Key points: Superannuation…