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05/29/2016
Arrium administrator 'quietly confident' of receiving Government money for Whyalla plant - ABC Online


ABC Online

Arrium administrator 'quietly confident' of receiving Government money for Whyalla plant
ABC Online
The administrator of South Australian steelmaker Arrium says it is "quietly confident" of receiving Federal Government investment for the debt-laden company before the election. Key points: Administrator seeking more than $100 million to upgrade ...
Arrium expects federal funding ahead of pollSky News Australia
Arrium expects federal funds before pollSBS

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05/29/2016
ASX set to open higher, strong week of data - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

ASX set to open higher, strong week of data
The Australian Financial Review
The Australian sharemarket is expected to continue its upward trend heading into a big week of economic data and a positive outlook for global stocks. CommSec chief economist Craig James is tipping the local market to open higher today following ...
Here's why these 4 ASX shares are jumping higher todayMotley Fool Australia
Australian stocks remain in the black at noonThe Australian
ASX closes flat after quiet day's tradeThe West Australian
Business Insider Australia -Yahoo7 News -The Sydney Morning Herald -Finance News Network
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05/29/2016
Patties subject of takeover bid - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Patties subject of takeover bid
The Sydney Morning Herald
A major sharehold in Patties Foods claims a $230 million takeover offer from private equity group Pacific Equity Partners undervalues the maker of Four'n Twenty pies and Nanna's frozen desserts. Patties Foods and Pacific Equity Partners are in advanced ...
Patties Foods weighs takeover proposal from Pacific Equity PartnersThe Australian
Patties Foods share price to soar on takeover offerMotley Fool Australia
Patties gets takeover bid from Pacific Equity PartnersABC Online
SBS -Business Insider Australia -InDaily -dailytelegraph.com.au
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05/29/2016
Sales of new homes took a dive during April according to the Housing Industry Association - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Sales of new homes took a dive during April according to the Housing Industry Association
NEWS.com.au
SALES of new homes took a slide during April, with units taking a bigger hit than houses, according to the latest Housing Industry Association figures. The HIA's New Home Sales Report, a survey of Australia's largest volume builders, revealed after ...
New home sales fall, auction clearance rates declineABC Online
New home sales pass their peak, says Housing Industry AssociationThe Australian
New home sales slide in AprilThe Sydney Morning Herald
Business Insider Australia -MacroBusiness (blog) -Financial Times -Reuters
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05/29/2016
Couple sues big bank for $2.5 billion - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Couple sues big bank for $2.5 billion
NEWS.com.au
INDIAN couple Pankaj and Radhika Oswal want up to $2.5 billion in compensation from the ANZ bank and receivers over the sale of their West Australian fertiliser business. The ANZ brought in receivers to the Burrup group of companies in 2010 and the ...
ANZ faces $2.5 billion bill in legal battle with Indian entreprenuerThe Sydney Morning Herald
Indian glamour couple Pankaj and Radhika Oswal are seeking $2.5 billion in compensation from ANZ bankDaily Mail
Court hears Oswals entitled to $2.5bn in compensationThe Australian
Courier Mail -Times of India
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05/30/2016
ClearView to target middle of life insurance market - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

ClearView to target middle of life insurance market
The Sydney Morning Herald
ClearView Wealth is shifting away from the lower end of the life insurance business because it believes Australians in that market simply aren't getting any richer. ClearView said on Monday it expects to lift full-year underlying net profit by 30-35 ...
ClearView Wealth launches $50m rights issueThe Australian
Morgan Stanley underwrites $50m raising for ClearView WealthThe Australian Financial Review
ClearView in capital raisingMoney Management

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05/30/2016
Moreton Bay Rail link will not open on schedule due to signalling faults - ABC Online

ABC Online

Moreton Bay Rail link will not open on schedule due to signalling faults
ABC Online
The Moreton Bay Rail Link (MBRL) will not be up and running on schedule due to signalling faults, the Queensland Government says. The jointly funded $988 million project, which includes a 12.6-kilometre rail line between Petrie and Kippa-Ring, north of ...
Billion-dollar Moreton Bay rail project delayedBrisbane Times
Moreton Bay Rail: 'System not safe'Courier Mail
Statement on Moreton Bay Rail Link ProjectMy Sunshine Coast (press release)

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05/29/2016
'Great flood of Petersham': Burst water main inundates roads - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'Great flood of Petersham': Burst water main inundates roads
The Sydney Morning Herald
A burst water main has sent a torrent through the streets of Petersham in Sydney's inner west, flooding a number of cars and forcing the closure of roads. The water main burst near Audley Street's intersection with Fisher Street just after 11am on Monday.
Burst water main floods streets at Petersham in Sydney's inner westABC Online
Burst water main inundates cars and properties in Sydney's inner-west9news.com.au

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05/29/2016
Spotless Group flags sale of laundries business - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Spotless Group flags sale of laundries business
The Sydney Morning Herald
Spotless has flagged the sale of its laundries unit, a transaction which could raise more than $650 million, analysts estimated. The disclosure came as the company affirmed year to June earnings guidance in the wake of a sell-off in its shares last ...
Spotless reaffirms forecasts, can't explain share sell-offThe Australian
Highbury Partnership ready to air Spotless' laundryThe Australian Financial Review
Spotless eyes sale of laundries businessSBS
Finance News Network
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05/29/2016
On-demand insurance Trov launches in Australia targeting Generation Y - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

On-demand insurance Trov launches in Australia targeting Generation Y
The Sydney Morning Herald
A new, on-demand insurance platform has been launched in Australia, allowing users to insure a single item whenever they want for however long they need. Crafted to capture Generation Y, the smartphone-only app Trov was developed by a San Francisco ...
Trov App Provides One-Swipe Insurance For All Your ElectronicsLifehacker Australia
Suncorp-backed startup looks to disrupt with on-demand insurance to Australian consumersCMO
Tinder for insurance lets you insure your electronics by swiping rightMashable
finder.com.au -ZDNet
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