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04/30/2017
Budget won't be in the black: Deloitte - Sky News Australia


Sky News Australia

Budget won't be in the black: Deloitte
Sky News Australia
An avid federal budget watcher has issued a stark warning to the Turnbull government as budget day fast approaches - get spending under control or taxes will eventually have to rise. Chris Richardson, an economist at Deloitte Access Economics, says the ...
Budget 2017: future generations to pay for today's political failuresThe Australian
Surplus, AAA rating at risk in homebuyer-friendly budgetThe Sydney Morning Herald
Deficit repair slips even with profit surge: AccessThe Australian Financial Review
Courier Mail -Herald Sun -dailytelegraph.com.au -The Guardian
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04/30/2017
Banks set for $13bn bonanza - The Australian

The Australian

Banks set for $13bn bonanza
The Australian
The big four banks are expected to unveil profits in excess of $13 billion over the next two weeks, with recent independent interest rate hikes, aimed largely at property investors, expected to boost earnings into the future. The sector has been hit by ...
Banks' engine rooms face a tougher grindThe Sydney Morning Herald
Banks could face a sell-off with expectations high ahead of earnings seasonThe Australian Financial Review

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04/30/2017
Westpac discriminating against north, says Matt Canavan - The Australian

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Westpac discriminating against north, says Matt Canavan
The Australian
Westpac's new climate change policy would prevent it funding three other coalmines in Queensland's Galilee Basin, despite the multi-billion-dollar projects meeting the efficiency standard outlined in new lending criteria, federal Resources Minister ...
Sustainablity tail wags the Westpac dogThe Australian Financial Review
Mega mine owner's closed door talksCourier Mail
Westpac rules out funding Adani coal mineInvestorDaily
ABC Online -Herald Sun -MacroBusiness (blog) -SBS
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04/30/2017
Pre-tax house deposit scheme a bad idea, says analyst - The Australian

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Pre-tax house deposit scheme a bad idea, says analyst
The Australian
A proposal to allow first-home buyers to use pre-tax income to save for a house deposit will move taxpayer money into the pockets of vendors without addressing affordability, a policy analyst said. Grattan Institute chief executive John Daley yesterday ...
Is this the answer for first home buyers?NEWS.com.au
Pre-tax income to be used for house depositsSky News Australia

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04/30/2017
States furious at Scott Morrison's review of GST carve-up - The Australian

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States furious at Scott Morrison's review of GST carve-up
The Australian
Scott Morrison has sparked a furious row with the states over the carve-up of GST payments after bending to demands from Western Australia for a review of how the tax is distributed. Amid claims that WA's GST take remains “unacceptably low”, the ...
GST carve-up to be examined by the Productivity CommissionThe Conversation AU
GST carve-up inquiry announced by Treasurer Scott Morrison following WA angerABC Online
Morrison orders GST distribution reviewSky News Australia
The Australian Financial Review -Perth Now -The Advertiser -The West Australian
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04/30/2017
Victorian budget to unveil $8.3 billion in surpluses over four years - The Age

The Age

Victorian budget to unveil $8.3 billion in surpluses over four years
The Age
The Andrews government is preparing to unveil $8.3 billion worth of budget surpluses over the next four years, providing a hefty buffer to unleash new spending as next year's election looms. Tuesday's state budget will confirm Victoria remains flush ...
Vic budget surplus falls to $1.2bn on big infrastructure spendThe Australian Financial Review
Next year's Victorian Budget to set scene for pre-election spending spreeHerald Sun
Public works cash, tax hike in Vic budgetNEWS.com.au

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04/30/2017
Auction clearance rates edge higher in Sydney and Melbourne - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Auction clearance rates edge higher in Sydney and Melbourne
The Australian Financial Review
The proceeds from the sale of this one bedroom unit at 38 Roslyn Gardens in Rushcutters Bay were enough to buy a 4 bedroom house in upstate New York. Supplied. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by Su-Lin Tan. Auction clearance rates in the big ...
Northern beaches region the standout in another strong Sydney auction weekendDomain News

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04/29/2017
Australia's most expensive house - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Australia's most expensive house
NEWS.com.au
HE'S at the top of Australia's young rich list, and now Atlassian co-founder Scott Farquhar has snapped up Australia's priciest mansion. The 37-year-old tech billionaire has been revealed as the new owner of the luxurious waterfront estate known as ...
Atlassian co-founder buys Point Piper estate for more than $70 millionThe New Daily
Atlassian's Scott Farquhar buys Fairfax mansion Elaine: reportsThe Australian
Fairfax family sold Elaine for circa $75m with a sentimental discountThe Australian Financial Review
Warrnambool Standard -Domain News
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04/30/2017
Change of direction for transport in Perth - The Australian

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Change of direction for transport in Perth
The Australian
An easier commute is on track for residents in Perth's north-east, with plans for a new dual carriageway. WA Premier Mark McGowan outlined plans for 'New Lord street' on Sunday, a seven kilometre dual carriageway to be built parallel to the existing ...
McGowan scraps Ellenbrook bus lane, widens Lord Street and plans trainWAtoday
Ellenbrook transport plan: dual carriageway road and train line to ease congestionCommunity Newspaper Group

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04/30/2017
Centre for Independent Studies report says Gonski overfunds disadvantaged students - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Centre for Independent Studies report says Gonski overfunds disadvantaged students
The Australian Financial Review
Gonski's high funding loadings for disadvantaged students make public schools look underfunded and some private schools look overfunded, says the CIS report. Dominic Lorrimer. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by Tim Dodd. A new report from the ...

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