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Govt goes ahead with broadband tax bill

Reiterates assertion that NBN customers won’t pay more.

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Saudi king empowers young reformer son in succession shake-up

Saudi Arabia's King Salman makes his son next in line to the throne, handing the 31-year-old sweeping powers as the kingdom seeks radical overhaul of its oil-dependent economy and faces mounting tensions with regional rival Iran.

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ACCC won't oppose Yellow Cabs QLD buy

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says it will not oppose Cabcharge Australia buying Yellow Cabs in Queensland.

Yahoo 7 /
ACCC won't oppose Yellow Cabs QLD buy

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says it will not oppose Cabcharge Australia buying Yellow Cabs in Queensland.

Yahoo 7 /
Tully seeks to replace Pisasale in Ipswich

The acting Mayor of Ipswich is in the running to take over from Paul Pisasale, who has been charged with extortion and assault.

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Tully seeks to replace Pisasale in Ipswich

The acting Mayor of Ipswich is in the running to take over from Paul Pisasale, who has been charged with extortion and assault.

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Tully seeks to replace Pisasale in Ipswich

The acting Mayor of Ipswich is in the running to take over from Paul Pisasale, who has been charged with extortion and assault.

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ACCC won't oppose Yellow Cabs QLD buy

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says it will not oppose Cabcharge Australia buying Yellow Cabs in Queensland.

Lifehacker /
Here Are All The Suburbs Upgrading To NBN'S FTTC Network

Last week, NBN Co began installing Fibre-To-The-Curb (FTTC) broadband internet to various suburbs around Australia. (Originally, most of these homes were slated to receive the inferior Fibre-To-The-Node (FTTN) technology.) In all, more than one million Aussie premises are expected to receive substantial online ...

The West /
Croatian party seeks to scrub Tito's name from square

Zagreb - A right-wing party in Croatia wants to strip the name of Josip Broz Tito from a prominent square in the capital Zagreb, calling the communist Yugoslav leader a dictator.

Business Insider /
REPORT: The NBN knows how fast everyone's connections are -- but it's only telling retailers

The NBN reportedly has a record of how fast its broadband will be at every address and how fast it actually is ...

Crikey /
I spent 3 months in a secret Pauline Hanson supporter Facebook group, and here is what I learnt 

Freelance journalist Jarni Blakkarly spent three months monitoring a Pauline Hanson forum on Facebook. He found very little about Hanson, and a whole ...

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Shark detectors deployed at WA attack site

WA's shark monitoring network is being extended to Esperance, with satellite-linked shark detectors to be installed at Kelp Beds and West beaches.

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Shark detectors deployed at WA attack site

WA's shark monitoring network is being extended to Esperance, with satellite-linked shark detectors to be installed at Kelp Beds and West beaches.

The West /
As Venezuela burns, a divided region seeks solutions

Cancún (Mexico) - Ministers from the Organization of American States met Monday to seek elusive solutions on the crisis in Venezuela, as the death toll from weeks of clashes at anti-government protests rose to 74.

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iSentia shares are on a tear

Shares in media monitoring group iSentia soared after reports of takeover interest. A short time ago, the shares were up 5.2% to $1.99 but still well below the 12 month high of ...

The Brisbane Times /
Tiger Woods seeks professional help to manage his use of painkillers

Former world No.1 golfer Tiger Woods has revealed he is seeking professional help to manage his use of pain medication.

Gizmodo /
As NBN And Mobile Networks Roll Out, The Productivity Commission Wants To Scrap Landline-Access Program

The Telecommunications Universal Service Obligation was set up to ensure that all Australians have access to a ...

IB Times /
Australia's homicide rate drops; Knives revealed as most common murder weapon

Australia’s homicide rate has hit an all-time record low, which means fewer people are being killed in Down Under. Based on a new report of the national homicide monitoring program, there were about 238 homicide cases in the country from 2013 to 2014, fewer compared to the 307 deaths in 1989 to 1990.

iTnews /
ACCC seeks volunteers for broadband speed monitoring

Underperforming service providers in the cross hairs.

The Brisbane Times /
Moss 'N' Dale heads to Rosehill, which promises to give soft option

Trainer Peter Gelagotis has been monitoring the Sydney weather and once he knew Moss 'N' Dale would get his preferred soft ground there was no doubt he would be at Rosehill on Saturday.

The Brisbane Times /
Consumers reporting big problems about returning faulty goods to retailers: ACCC

If your two-year-old Ultra HD television stopped working for no apparent reason, would you be able to get your money back?

Bhp /
Elliott Management seeks BHP board overhaul - The Australian

The AustralianElliott Management seeks BHP board overhaulThe AustralianNew York-based Elliott, which is headed by billionaire Paul Singer, yesterday ...

The Brisbane Times /
Optus admits to ACCC it cut data inclusions for prepaid products without telling customers

Telco to compensate 45,000 customers after admission ACCC investigation.

The Brisbane Times /
ACCC takes health fund NIB to court over concealing changes to its MediGap Scheme

The consumer watchdog has dragged health fund NIB to court, accusing it of concealing changes to some of its policies that left members with surprise ...

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