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Reserve Bank interest rates stuck on hold even though unemployment and wages are stalled - ABC News
The Government keeps reassuring workers that wage growth is just around the corner â as long as strong employment growth continues. The logic is simple: the more Australians that find work, the tighter the labour market becomes, and the easier it is ...
Australia's jobs report beats on all fronts
Unemployment rate stays at 5.4% in June
Big jump in jobs in June as unemployment rate remains steady
McDonald's move to ban plastic straws angers Aussies - NEWS.com.au
THE move to phase out plastic straws from McDonald's should be a good thing, so why does it have so many people blowing up? Stephanie Bedo. news.com.auJuly 19, 20182:01pm. Video; Image ...
McDonald's plastic straws to be phased out across Australia by 2020
McDonald's to phase out plastic straws by 2020
McDonalds to ditch plastic straws by 2020
Transurban's WestConnex bid under threat after ACCC delays ruling - The Australian
Transurban's $17 billion bid for Sydney's WestConnex toll road project is in jeopardy after the competition watchdog delayed a ruling on the project until September 6. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission in May raised concerns about ...
ACCC's WestConnex shock leaves Transurban in purgatory
ACCC delays decision on WestConnex sale
WestConnex sale hits new ACCC hurdle
Sydney auction clearance rates haven't been this low since the GFC - Business Insider Australia
Business Insider Australia
Business Insider Australia
Sydney's auction clearance rate tumbled below 50% last week. The result was the weakest for this period of the year since 2008. Sydney's median home price has fallen 4.9% over the past 12 months. Unlike Sydney, stronger clearance rates were seen most ...
The 'epicentre of the downturn': Sydney housing slump to last until at least 2020, say economists
'Relief for home buyers': Australia's falling house prices open door for young investors
National Auction Market Preview - 19 July 2018
Afterpay Touch shares surge to record high after booking leap in underlying sales - The Australian
Shares in Afterpay Touch have surged to record highs after the fintech outfit posted a sales jump of 171 per cent. The 'buy now, pay later' company announced today it had processed more than $2.18bn worth of sales in 2018, up 289 per cent year-on-year, ...
Why these 4 ASX shares are dropping lower today
Coke Zero firmly ditched as Aussies back No Sugar variant - AdNews
Coca-Cola Australia will completely phase out Coke Zero, following the successful launch of its No Sugar product, beginning from 1 August. The company said it would axe the Coke Zero brand last year, replacing it with the 'no-sugar' variant that Coke ...
Coke Zero To Vanish From Australian Shelves
Outrage as Coke Zero to be axed to make way for 'revolting' Coke No Sugar
Street Rumors: Coca-Cola to Make Play for This Gatorade Rival?
Penfolds lookalike Dalefold Wines slapped with export ban by Wine Australia - The Australian
Wine Australia, the federal government agency that oversees the nation's thriving $20 billion wine industry, has taken the unusual step of suspending the licence to export grape products from Australia held by Dalefold Wines after it was caught out ...
Copycat wine producer from South Australia banned from exporting to China
SA wine company linked to copycat wine sold in China
Woman criticised on social media after revealing cutbacks she made to save for a house on Â£69500 salary - The Independent
A millennial woman with a Â£69,500 salary has been criticised online after revealing the money-saving lifestyle changes she's made to be able to afford a flat. Kate Smith*, a 29-year-old living in London appeared in the i newspaper's âOur Moneyâ series ...
Woman, 29, earning $120000 slammed for revealing the 'sacrifices' she's made to save for a flat
Millennial's absurd saving budget
Victoria's migrants living Great Australian Dream, new census data shows - NEWS.com.au
MORE than half Victoria's permanent migrants have bought a home or own a home outright, brand new data has revealed. Samantha Landy. Herald SunJuly 18, 20183:13pm. The 2016 census has revealed new insights into the household and family ...
Homeownership rates decline among new migrants in Australia
Elon Musk apologises for his Twitter meltdown over the Thai mini-sub rescue fiasco - NEWS.com.au
TECH billionaire Elon Musk has apologised to the British rescue diver he called a paedophile, trying to explain why he made the outrageous remarks. AP, AFP, Staff Writers. News Corp Australia NetworkJuly 19, 20182:17am. Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he ...
Auto industry insiders question Elon Musk's leadership, amid bizarre rant over Thai rescue
Elon Musk and the Thai cave rescue: a tale of good intentions and bad tweets
The lesson for Elon Musk? Don't rely on fan club directors