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03/29/2017
Markets Live: Lew confirms Myer raid - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Markets Live: Lew confirms Myer raid
The Sydney Morning Herald
The ASX extended yesterday's rally, hitting a fresh two-year high as banks continue to rally, while the mystery buyer behind a stake purchase in Myer is revealed. Solomon Lew confirms his Premier Investments is behind Monday's share raid on Myer. ANZ ...
Solomon Lew now the biggest shareholder in MyerHerald Sun
Solomon Lew's plans for Myer a mystery, for nowThe Australian
Solomon Lew's Premier Investments confirms 10.8pc stake in MyerThe Australian Financial Review
ABC Online -Sky News Australia -Money Morning Australia -Courier Mail
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03/29/2017
China sticks to Paris accord despite Trump - NEWS.com.au

Washington Post

China sticks to Paris accord despite Trump
NEWS.com.au
China remains committed to the Paris climate change accord, its foreign ministry says, after US President Donald Trump signed an order to dismantle Obama-era climate change regulations. Trump's main target is former president Barack Obama's Clean ...
Trump promised to bring back coal jobs. That promise 'will not be kept,' experts say.Washington Post
Trump's bid to recrown King Coal meets industry headwindsE&E News
China, EU reaffirm climate action after Trump backs awayChannel NewsAsia
New York Times -Los Angeles Times -The Hill (blog) -Zacks.com
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03/29/2017
Woolworths quietly jacks up meat prices - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Woolworths quietly jacks up meat prices
NEWS.com.au
JUST two months after boasting about “making iconic Aussie meat cuts more affordable”, Woolworths has quietly jacked up its meat prices by up to 10 per cent. The supermarket, which has invested about $1 billion since 2015 on lowering prices to match ...
A good time to be a vegetarian: Woolworths quietly puts up prices of meat by an extra 10 per centDaily Mail
Woolworths warns prices will rise on surging electricity costsThe Sydney Morning Herald
Woolworths seeks cheaper organics, longer-term supply contractsThe Australian
The Australian Financial Review -Herald Sun -FOOD Magazine - Australia -FreshPlaza
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03/29/2017
Defiant Brexit Voters Ready for the Pain - Daily Beast

Daily Beast

Defiant Brexit Voters Ready for the Pain
Daily Beast
As Britain pulls out of the European Union, hardcore Brexit areas are standing firm behind the 'Leave' vote despite the country's economic worries. Nico Hines · Kimberly Dozier. 03.29.17 1:00 AM ET. Castle Point, Essex, ENGLAND—Looking out from the ...

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03/29/2017
The real reason our power companies block battery systems - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

The real reason our power companies block battery systems
The Sydney Morning Herald
If you're wondering why battery storage is still on the fringe of the energy debate in Australia, and why power prices are high, just ask Dr Tony Marxsen, the head of the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO). He made it plain earlier this week the ...
How AEMO's new boss will reform Australia's energy visionRenewEconomy
Final report on SA blackouts blames wind turbine control settingsThe Australian
SA blackout: AEMO's energy fix Malcolm Turnbull hasn't thought ofThe Australian Financial Review
NEWS.com.au -SBS -The New Daily -Business Insider Australia
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03/29/2017
10 of the ASX's best dividend shares you've never heard of - Motley Fool Australia

Simply Wall St

10 of the ASX's best dividend shares you've never heard of
Motley Fool Australia
You could go and buy Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX: TLS) shares, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) shares or Woolworths Limited (ASX: WOW) shares, but there are many great ASX shares you've probably never heard of hidden just a little further ...
Australia stocks higher at close of trade; S&P/ASX 200 up 0.90%Investing.com
Myer Holdings Ltd (ASX:MYR): Suddenly Back In FavourSimply Wall St

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03/29/2017
Minimum wage: ACTU pushing for $45-a-week increase, employers want lower pay rise - ABC Online

ABC Online

Minimum wage: ACTU pushing for $45-a-week increase, employers want lower pay rise
ABC Online
Another battle is brewing in the increasing hostile relationship between the nation's peak trade union and employer bodies. Key points: ACTU seeks a 6.7pc wage increase; Ai Group asks for 1.5pc increase, retailers call for 1.2pc; Last year's minimum ...
I won't back down: Sally McManus doubles down on law-breaking, backs CFMEUThe Sydney Morning Herald
Editorial: Breaking laws is a bad state for the unionThe Advertiser
I'm proud of breaking a bad law: HinchSky News Australia
The Australian -9news.com.au -The Guardian -dailytelegraph.com.au
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03/29/2017
Renting to buy can be a rip-off. So what's a better option? - ABC Online

ABC Online

Renting to buy can be a rip-off. So what's a better option?
ABC Online
You need a laptop, but you have no money. You see an ad for a 'rent to buy' scheme - no deposit, and you can be the owner right away. It sounds too good to be true; you could end up paying much more than the laptop is worth, and at the end of the ...
Thousands of poor lured into rental dealsHerald Sun
Radio Rentals faces class-action lawsuit over 'Rent, Try $1 Buy' schemeNEWS.com.au
Radio Rentals scheme in class action lawsuitAppliance Retailer
CHOICE -ChannelNews -finder.com.au
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03/28/2017
It looks like Amazon's ambitions for Australia are bigger than anyone thought - Business Insider Australia

Business Insider Australia

It looks like Amazon's ambitions for Australia are bigger than anyone thought
Business Insider Australia
A retail executive who recently left Amazon — where he was responsible for internationally expanding its grocery operations — says the internet giant will be fully operational in Australia by the end of 2018. Brittain Ladd, who until last month was ...
Amazon Is Coming To Australia In 2018 [Updated]Lifehacker Australia
Amazon opens supermarket with no checkouts, no aisles and no cash in bid to revolutionise food shoppingThe Independent
Amazon Expects To Be Fully Operational In Australia By Late 2018Huffington Post Australia
Roy Morgan Research (press release) -Stevivor -SFGate -Starts at 60
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03/26/2017
Murder probe is shaping as a whitewash - Riverine Herald

Riverine Herald

Murder probe is shaping as a whitewash
Riverine Herald
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the investigation was “well advanced” but the grandparents' lawyer Dale Brooks said he had not received a single communication from the government. (AAP/Dean Lewins). Share · Share · Share · Email; 0 Comments.

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