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Police launch double demerits campaign

WA Police have launched their double demerits traffic campaign which will run until January 6. The Police Commissioner Karl O'Callaghan says fatigue is a major cause of accidents and injuries. He told ...

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Hungry Jack's fined for metal shaving in food

Hungry Jack's has been fined $75,000 for selling unsuitable food after a woman nearly choked on a metal shaving inside an onion ring. The fast food chain sold the unsuitable food at its Beechboro store ...

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Petrol prices rise ahead of holiday weekend

The NRMA has called for an investigation into today's fuel price hikes, saying travellers have been unfairly targetted with price gouging. The motoring body wants the Australian Consumer and Competition ...

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Telstra refunds $30m in overcharged roaming fees

Telstra has begun refunding customers around $30 million after overcharging on global data roaming services since 2006. The company says it became aware of an issue whereby some customers were charged ...

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Australian debt still AAA despite surplus miss

Australia's AAA credit rating will remain unaffected in the short-term by the Government's abandonment of its surplus commitment. All three major ratings agencies have reaffirmed the Commonwealth Government's ...

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Competition concerns as CBA takes control of Aussie

The Commonwealth Bank is increasing its one-third stake in Aussie Home Loans to 80 per cent ownership. The bank also has the option to increase that stake further to 100 per cent ownership. CBA says ...

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Reserve's December rate cut a close call

The Reserve Bank has signalled that its decision earlier this month to cut official interest rates was a close call. In the minutes from its monthly meeting on December 4, released today, the RBA board ...

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Government seeks funding for council infrastructure

The Federal Government wants to encourage superannuation funds to invest in local council infrastructure projects, to help bridge a $15 billion funding shortfall. The Federal Regional Development Minister ...

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Billabong shares halted on takeover speculation

Billabong shares have been placed in a trading halt, pending an announcement about a potential takeover. The surfwear company's shares had risen around 5 per cent in morning trade to 98 cents before ...

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Receivers consider suing Banksia directors

The receiver for the failed lender, Banksia Securities, has raised the possibility of legal action against the group's directors and auditor. Banksia collapsed in October owing investors $660 million, ...

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