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ASIC permanently bans ex-HSBC financial planner

The Australian - ‎7 hours ago‎
A former HSBC financial planner who fraudulently moved almost $4.3 million of clients' funds overseas has been banned permanently from the industry by the corporate regulator.
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BRW Rich #1: The rise and rise of building billionaire Harry Triguboff

The Australian Financial Review - ‎May 26, 2016‎
Meriton boss Harry Triguboff is pacing around a half-completed apartment complex being built by his company in the Sydney suburb of Rosebery.
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Telstra loses its Chief Technology Officer Vish Nandlall - ‎14 hours ago‎
TELSTRA has sacked its chief technology officer following reports he faked some of his resume and plagiarised a presentation. The Australian reported Telstra had sacked Vish Nandlall after he was found to have falsified some of his career history.
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'Floating pool' proposal for Melbourne's Yarra River unveiled

SBS - ‎16 hours ago‎
A small portion of Melbourne's Yarra River may soon be open to swimmers after a company unveiled plans for a floating pool. By.
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UAE solar may lead a trend for the Gulf?

The Advertiser - ‎10 hours ago‎
As the Gulf states take steps to expand their use of clean energy, a bold plan by the United Arab Emirates to boost its use of renewable electricity from less than one per cent to 24 per cent in the next five years could be a game-changer for the ...
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Why Branson's a big fan of our PM

The Advertiser - ‎10 hours ago‎
Sir Richard Branson describes Malcolm Turnbull as “a very safe pair of hands”. Picture Craig Greenhill. BILLIONAIRE Sir Richard Branson has revealed he's a big fan of Malcolm Turnbull.
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Sorry Millennials, You Can't Blame the Economy for Why You Live with Your Parents

Money Magazine - ‎7 hours ago‎
At first glance, it might seem likely that the economy and a lackluster jobs market would be directly responsible for the boomerang phenomenon—in which young people move back in with their parents after college, or perhaps never leave their childhood ...
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Why Angus Aitken left Bell Potter. Was it really sexism?

The Australian Financial Review - ‎40 minutes ago‎
Angus Aitken. There has been speculation he might consider suing ANZ for allegations of sexism. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus.

Great Ocean Road more than just a daytrip

Geelong Advertiser - ‎14 hours ago‎
NEARLY $10 million will be spent on upgrading Great Ocean Road infrastructure as part of a strategy to keep international tourists in the region for longer.
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Greg Hunt plays the long game on his glaringly obvious emissions trading scheme

The Guardian - ‎12 hours ago‎
The Coalition is deferring until after the election its internal reckoning over climate policy. Photograph: David Crosling/AAP. Contact author.

Budget super changes overwhelm unprepared ATO

The Australian - ‎7 hours ago‎
The Australian Taxation Office has appealed to tax agents to “prioritise” their requests for information on post-tax superannuation contributions after being “deluged” with requests in the wake of the May budget changes.

Bank of Queensland director resigns

SBS - ‎21 hours ago‎
Bank of Queensland's non-executive director Neil Berkett has resigned from the board after three years with the lender. Source: AAP.
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Brazilian Companies Have The Worst Cyber Security On Earth

The Inquisitr - ‎8 hours ago‎
Companies based in Brazil have the worst cyber security ratings of any major economy in the world, a new study has claimed. According to researchers, Brazilian companies are far more susceptible to malware infections, and nearly half of all Brazilian ...
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Suburb spotlight: Glen Waverley and Mount Waverley

Domain News - ‎7 hours ago‎
Starting about 16 kilometres from the CBD, Mount Waverley and Glen Waverley are among Melbourne's esteemed, family-friendly south-eastern suburbs.
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Behind the scenes at Etihad Airways 360-degree virtual reality film starring Nicole Kidman1:09

Herald Sun - ‎10 hours ago‎
A GROUNDBREAKING virtual reality film will be unveiled by Etihad Airways today, putting viewers in the pointy end of an A380 with Nicole Kidman.
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Share market closes at highest level in nine months

ABC Online - ‎13 hours ago‎
The local share market has closed at its highest level in nine months, in a rally that has lasted more than six weeks straight. The All Ordinaries finished 18 points ahead, closing at 5,470 while the benchmark ASX 200 lifted the same amount, to close ...

Generational shift sweeps tightly held Melbourne suburbs

Herald Sun - ‎4 hours ago‎
Long-term Dingley Village residents Kevan and Lila Thomas will auction their home today. Picture: Paul Loughnan. THE times they are a changing.
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FX rigging hit by new code

The Australian Financial Review - ‎19 hours ago‎
Guy Debelle says the foreign exchange market is one of the most vital parts of the financial plumbing. Andrew Meares. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus.