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A Sydney council study concluded developers are exploiting the NSW government's affordable housing incentives

Announcing a $4.5 billion budget surplus yesterday, the NSW government bragged about housing affordability measures. But a study by Randwick City Council, in Sydney’s east, found that the government's planning incentives to build boarding houses for Sydney’s lower income residents are instead being exploited by ...

Gizmodo /
Edifer's Shiny New/Old Speakers: Australian Price And Availablity

Edifier has "revitalized" its classic R1000TCN speakers with the new R1010BT, and the end result is a compact set of speakers promising high-quality audio performance at a fraction of the price. More »     

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Tribunal approves Tabcorp-Tatts merger

The Australian Competition Tribunal has authorised the proposed $11 billion merger between gaming rivals Tabcorp and Tatts Group.

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$11bn Tabcorp-Tatts merger to go ahead

The Australian Competition Tribunal has authorised the proposed $11 billion merger between gaming rivals Tabcorp and Tatts Group.

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Tatts and Tabcorp have won approval for their $11 billion merger

The Australian Competition Tribunal has approved the $11 billion merger of gambling businesses Tatts and Tabcorp. ...

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$11bn Tabcorp-Tatts merger set to proceed

The Australian Competition Tribunal has authorised the proposed $11 billion merger between gaming rivals Tabcorp and Tatts Group.

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The Shiny New Astro A10 Gaming Headset Is Actually Affordable

I'll admit to being a huge fan of Astro headsets. They are consistently comfortable, sound incredible and are always great quality. The one thing they aren't is cheap. The A10's are the first in a new line of gaming headsets with a more affordable price tag than we've previously seen from ...

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E3 2017: Microsoft announces the Xbox One X, a tiny console capable of 4K gaming

Microsoft has announced a supercharged version of its Xbox One console, as well as a diverse collection of new games and features coming to the platform, at an event ahead of the E3 expo in Los Angeles.

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The magic of mystery video game tournaments

When you enter a gaming tournament, you usually know what you're in for. Unless you're entering a mystery game tournament. Do that, as dozens of people did at the Combo Breaker event in the US state of Illinois last weekend, and you're playing the notorious Dong Dong Never Die.

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