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BOCHK Q1 operating profit before impairment up 4.5%   - 4/29/2015
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Woman on terror charge waives committal   - 8 Hours ago
The wife of an Islamic State recruit accused of supporting overseas terrorism has waived her right to a committal hearing. Fatima Elomar was stopped at Sydney Airport in May 2014 when she tried to board
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Scott Morrison 'the next contemporary ...   - 9 Hours ago
Controversial former Liberal MP Sophie Mirabella has dubbed Social Services Minister Scott Morrison the "next contemporary prime minister of Australia" during a fundraiser that has set tongues wagging.
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Worley Parsons retrenching 2,000 staff   - 8 Hours ago
Engineering group Worley Parsons is retrenching 2,000 workers as falling commodity prices affect earnings. The redundancies and changes to lease charges are expected to save the company $125 million
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China's economy seen slowing to 6.8 percent in Q2 - state think tank   - 7 Hours ago
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's economy is expected to slow further to 6.8 percent in the second quarter from a six-year low hit in the first, a top government think tank said in a research report that underscored
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Wood, Rashid added to England squad for Ireland clash   - 8 Hours ago
Durham pace bowler Mark Wood and Yorkshire leg-spinner Adil Rashid (above) have been named in England's squad for next week's one-day international against Ireland in Dublin. The pair s currently in
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Inflation stays below 2% for 5 months: TD   - 8 Hours ago
The annual rate of inflation is staying well below the Reserve Bank's two to three per cent target, leaving the door wide open for a rate cut this week. Consumer prices were up 0.3 per cent in April,
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Tabcorp lifts third quarter revenues   - 9 Hours ago
Gaming company Tabcorp has lifted its third quarter revenues despite a sharp fall within its Keno division. Tabcorp says revenue rose 3.3 per cent to $508.7 million for the quarter and is up 5.6 per
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Australian police defend involvement in Indonesia execution case   - 6 Hours ago
(Reuters) - Australia's police force on Monday defended its involvement in tracking an international drug smuggling network that culminated in the execution of two Australians by firing squad in Indonesia

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Former Bulla Dairy boss takes SPC's helm   - 7 Hours ago
THE former head of Bulla Dairy Foods, Reg Weine, is taking up the top job at canned foods company SPC. SPC'S parent company Coca-Cola Amatil says Mr Weine will take up the post on May 26, replacing Peter
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IR Acquires IQ Services   - 9 Hours ago
Acquisition Extends Prognosis' Capabilities to Include Next Generation Testing of Unified Communications and Contact Centers SYDNEY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 3, 2015-- Integrated Research (IR) is pleased
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Asia shares falter, Aussie dollar hit on soft China PMI   - 7 Hours ago
Pedestrians are reflected in the window of the Australian Securities Exchange next to a board displaying stock prices in central Sydney September 24, 2014. Reuters/David Gray (Reuters) - Asian share

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia makes tentative start to event-full week   - 8 Hours ago
* Asia shares narrowly mixed, Japan on holiday for three days * Investors wary after last week's spike in bond yields * Final HSBC China PMI due, soft result from South Korea
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Abbott sloganeers despite poll rebuttal   - 9 Hours ago
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has ruled out a post-budget election but it hasn't stopped him sloganeeering. "If Bill Shorten were ever to come into government, the carbon tax would be back, the mining
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'That's not a good look': ...   - 7 Hours ago
Kangaroos forward Corey Parker says New Zealand prop Martin Taupau's throat-slitting gesture in response to a Sam Thaiday crusher tackle is not a good look for the game. Following his side's 26-12 loss
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Budget 2015: Tony Abbott pledges 'big ...   - 8 Hours ago
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has promised his government will continue to take big political risks to repair the budget, while conceding "we didn't achieve everything we hoped to achieve" last year. We
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Logies 2015: Julia Morris live TV gaffe earns laughter, praise   - 8 Hours ago
Logies: Carrie Bickmore claims gold Logies as they happened Logies winners full list In the annals of television history, nothing has brewed trouble faster than the Logie Awards going "live". Live transmission
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MYOB makes strong return to ASX   - 7 Hours ago
Business software player MYOB has made a strong return the share market after a six-year absence, with its shares debuting at $3.92. MYOB shares, which hit the boards at 1200 AEST, jumped 7.4 per cent
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Tax the rich and save the budget $19.5b a year, The Australia Institute urges   - 7 Hours ago
If Prime Minister Tony Abbott stopped giving superannuation tax breaks to the rich, restricted negative gearing, scrapped the capital gains tax discount and slapped a minimum tax rate on high-income earners,
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Westpac posts flat $3.78b half year profit   - 9 Hours ago
Westpac has recorded a flat first half cash profit of $3.78 billion and the bank has warned it faces possible headwinds from a subdued outlook for the economy and intense competition for loans. The result
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Last Week Tonight with John Oliver star to visit Australia for the first time   - 8 Hours ago
Satirist John Oliver, who once called prime minister Tony Abbott a "car crash of a human being", is to bring his live show to Australia for the first time. Oliver will perform stand-up in Melbourne and
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Stopping boats saves $500m: Abbott   - 8 Hours ago
Stopping asylum seeker boats will deliver a $500 million saving to the federal budget. Prime Minister Tony Abbott says that's on top of the human benefit from the government's border protection policy.
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Business looks to budget to lift gloom   - 8 Hours ago
The Australian Federal Police has defended its actions over the Bali Nine, saying the arrests were not a result of a parent's tip-off, and officers would have arrested the group before leaving Australia
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Job ad numbers up by 2.3 per cent in April   - 7 Hours ago
JOB ad numbers rose by 2.3 per cent in April following a bad month in March. THE number of internet and newspaper advertisements rose to 144,559 last month, in seasonally-adjusted terms, making an annual
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Smokers turn to illegal imports: study   - 9 Hours ago
Australian smokers are turning to tobacco smuggled in from overseas to avoid hefty tax hikes on legal cigarettes, tobacco giants say. A KPMG study, for Philip Morris, British American Tobacco and Imperial
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