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Opal card switch confusion among Sydney commuters

From today, 14 paper tickets are no longer being sold and some train passengers now must buy single-journey or return-trip tickets, or switch to using Opal travel cards. Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian said more...

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Govt mulls Chinese property fee hike

By Staff Reporter The news comes on the back the Treasurer’s speech to the Foreign Investment Roundtable in Sydney on Friday, where he stressed Australia’s desire for more direct investment from China. “On my...

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Risk in spring property market

Brisbane took third place, with a relatively modest rise of 6. 9 per cent. "I don’t think we have a housing bubble overall, but there’s some froth in the Sydney market and some of...

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Murray: 5000 submissions, one complaint

As well as raising his concerns at Murray inquiry public consultations in Sydney and Brisbane, he sent a message explaining his arguments against surcharging to each of his signatories and asked them to put...

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McAleese swings to FY loss

By Chris Kohler McAleese has declined to give forward guidance until its annual general meeting in November as it swings to a significant loss in its first results since listing on the ASX in...

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The $5 trillion divestment challenge; Atlantis' tidal tilt

By Bloomberg New Energy Finance In addition, Australia’s spending on large-scale renewable energy projects fell to $58 million in the first half of calendar 2014 from almost $1. 3 billion a year earlier, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance in Sydney....

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Photos: CIO Strategy Summit, Sydney

Photos: CIO Strategy Summit, Sydney - Strategy - Photo Galleries - iTnews. com. Read more here: IT News     

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Photos: CIO Strategy Summit, Sydney

Photos: CIO Strategy Summit, Sydney - Strategy - Photo Galleries - iTnews. com. Read more here: IT News     

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Helipad for Darling Harbour?

The surprise announcement came as he launched the biggest hotel development in the Schwartz Family Company’s history, a 600-room, five-star hotel to be operated under the Sofitel brand. "Every major city in the world...