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07/27/2017
Coles boss John Durkan's spray deepens Coke's water woes - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Coles boss John Durkan's spray deepens Coke's water woes
The Sydney Morning Herald
Coca-Cola Amatil's supermarket problems look set to deepen after Coles chief executive John Durkan warned the drinks giant's Mount Franklin range of water products risked being cut back on its supermarket shelves. Launching a report commissioned by ...
Families 'trading fresh food for cheap groceries'The Australian
Coles boss John Durkan blasts Coca-Cola for its 'expensive' waterNEWS.com.au
Food spend hurt by power costs: Coles bossSBS

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07/27/2017
David Penberthy: Water theft claims stink of mates doing favours for mates - The Advertiser

The Advertiser

David Penberthy: Water theft claims stink of mates doing favours for mates
The Advertiser
THE revelations about the deeply suspect management of the Murray-Darling Basin by bureaucrats and irrigators in NSW should be seen against the dubious backdrop of Sydney's political culture. In his wonderful old book Wild Men of Sydney, chronicling ...
Broken Hill City Council calls for halt to pipeline work in Murray-Darling Basin rowABC Online
Pub speech sparks calls to strip Barnaby Joyce of water ministryThe Australian Financial Review
Water Minister Ian Hunter's political spray at Perin Davey over the Murray Darling Basin Authority board denies factsQueensland Country Life
The Guardian -Moree Champion -Southern Cross -Grain Central (registration) (blog)
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07/26/2017
NZ dollar jumps above US75c after US rates on hold - Taranaki Daily News

Taranaki Daily News

NZ dollar jumps above US75c after US rates on hold
Taranaki Daily News
The dollar in your pocket is worth more in the US after the Federal Reserve kept rates on hold. The New Zealand dollar has climbed above US75 cents, building on the gains it made when it reached a two-year high against the greenback on Saturday.

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07/27/2017
ASX stunned by Australian dollar's breakneck rally - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

ASX stunned by Australian dollar's breakneck rally
The Australian Financial Review
The local market tried hard to join a global rally on Thursday, but the ASX's gains were kept in check by a surprise surge in the Australian dollar. The benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index attempted twice to break the 5800-point barrier, only to be knocked ...
Will the strength of the Aussie dollar weaken the economy?ABC Online
Australian dollar at two-year high after fall in value of the US dollarNEWS.com.au
Australia enjoys a 'dining' boomThe Australian
Herald Sun -Business News -The Sydney Morning Herald -Reuters
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07/27/2017
NSW council amalgamations: Mayors fight to claw back court dollars after backflip on merger - ABC Online

ABC Online

NSW council amalgamations: Mayors fight to claw back court dollars after backflip on merger
ABC Online
They may have won the battle to stop the merger of their councils, but the victors are now looking get back the sizeable costs spent fighting the NSW Government, and to stop them being able to try it again. "This is not over yet," the spokesman for ...
NSW council amalgamations dumped by Berejiklian governmentThe Australian
Premier Gladys Berejiklian scraps council amalgamationsdailytelegraph.com.au
The NSW government just gave up on council amalgamations in SydneyBusiness Insider Australia
The Guardian -The Young Witness -Cadtle Hills News -The Guyra Argus
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07/27/2017
Tiny Teddies downsizing by Arnott's has consumers up in arms - ABC Online

ABC Online

Tiny Teddies downsizing by Arnott's has consumers up in arms
ABC Online
A biscuit beloved by many Australians, the Tiny Teddy has had its size, but not its price, downsized — and people have taken to social media in outrage. Key points: Choice says it's the latest example of an old trick routinely played by food ...
Tiny Teddy and Shapes biscuits to shrink as Arnott's says high energy costs mean it needs to change snack packsSmartCompany.com.au
Tiny Teddies shrunk as Arnotts makes packets even smallerThe Sunshine Coast Daily
Today hosts outraged over shrinking Arnott's biscuit packs9Honey
Daily Mail
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07/27/2017
Electric car charging stations to be built across Queensland - Brisbane Times

Brisbane Times

Electric car charging stations to be built across Queensland
Brisbane Times
Southport's Rodney Peachey is one of the first 700 Queenslanders to own an electric car, having owned his Tesla for three months. Soon, Mr Peachy's car will have a wider range, following the launch of Queensland's first-ever network of electric car ...
Queensland electric car 'super highway' announced, with 18 fast charging locationsABC Online
18 electric car charging stations to be installed on Queensland highway by the end of the yearNEWS.com.au
Queensland to build one of the world's longest electric vehicle highwaysThe Guardian
RenewEconomy -Courier Mail -The Sunshine Coast Daily -Drive
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07/27/2017
Treasurer in savage strike at 'politics of envy' ahead of Bill Shorten's inequality speech - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Treasurer in savage strike at 'politics of envy' ahead of Bill Shorten's inequality speech
NEWS.com.au
LABOR wants to put the handbrake on successful Aussies as it engages in the politics of envy, Treasurer Scott Morrison has said in pre-emptive strike at the Opposition's tax policies. The Treasurer accused Opposition Leader Bill Shorten of producing an ...
Labor engaging in cheap rhetoric: MorrisonSky News Australia
Morrison to target ALP's 'envy tax'The Australian
RBA governor says inequality getting worse, contradicting Scott MorrisonABC Online
The Conversation AU -SmartCompany.com.au -Courier Mail -MacroBusiness (blog)
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07/26/2017
iTunes scam costs Melbourne woman $46000 - ABC Online

ABC Online

iTunes scam costs Melbourne woman $46000
ABC Online
A Melbourne woman has lost more than $46,000 after being conned into buying more than 300 iTunes gift cards for scammers as part of a "cruel, targeted" attack lasting a week, police say. Key points: Scammers convinced victim they were "fixing security ...
Dollar back above US80c … iTunes gift card scam costs woman $46000 … Does Amazon want to learn more Aussie ...SmartCompany.com.au
Woman, 74, loses $46000 in iTunes card scamSBS
Melbourne woman loses $46K in Apple iTunes gift card phishing scamInternational Business Times AU
Starts at 60 -The Age -Herald Sun -Triple M
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07/26/2017
Rise of the geeks: The Amazon meme that perfectly explains 20 years of business - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Rise of the geeks: The Amazon meme that perfectly explains 20 years of business
The Sydney Morning Herald
If you have any interest in business or technology, or if you just spend too much time on Twitter, you might have stumbled across this meme last week. Amazon CEO @JeffBezos: 1998: "I sell books." 2017: "I sell whatever I want." pic.twitter.com/TzCxnu9Yap.
What could US President Trump actually do to Amazon and Jeff Bezos?South China Morning Post
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Is Now Less Than $1 Billion From Being The Richest Person In The WorldForbes
Thanks to further Amazon gains, Jeff Bezos is now almost the richest man in the worldCash Gazette
Newsline
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