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More than 20,000 homes in city's south-east in dark after power outage

2018-02-11 smh.com.au
More than 20,000 homes in Melbourne's south-east have lost power in the third mass outage in Victoria in recent weeks. (1-0)

Thousands of houses in Victoria without power

2018-02-07 smh.com.au
Almost 7000 Victorian homes have been left without power as the network buckled again under scorching heat.

'Power to the people': Let's nationalise Australia's grid, Greens say

2018-02-02 theage.com.au
The Greens want to renationalise Australia’s electricity system and make the poles and wires publically owned again.

'Power to the people': Let's nationalise Australia's grid, Greens say

2018-02-02 smh.com.au
The Greens want to renationalise Australia’s electricity system and make the poles and wires publically owned again.

Grid values may fall as government moves to restrict foreign ownership

2018-02-01 theage.com.au
The value of prized power assets may be hit and harder to sell after the government introduced new foreign ownership restrictions on the electricity sector. (1-0)

Grid values may fall as government moves to restrict foreign ownership

2018-02-01 smh.com.au
The value of prized power assets may be hit and harder to sell after the government introduced new foreign ownership restrictions on the electricity sector. (1-0)

Daniel Andrews lashes power companies over blackouts

2018-01-29 smh.com.au
Premier Daniel Andrews vowed to take energy distributors to task as the government announced a review into a major power outage that left more than 90,000 households without electricity at the peak of the state’s weekend heatwave.

'I couldn't breathe': Melbourne residents endure 15-hour blackouts

2018-01-29 smh.com.au
That was the harsh reality faced by tens of thousands of Melburnians on Sunday night as the mercury soared and the power grid crumbled.

Heat wave leaves thousands of Australian homes without power - Channel NewsAsia

2018-01-29 channelnewsasia
MELBOURNE: More than 10,000 homes in Australia's second most populous state were stuck without power on Monday as a surge in demand amid scorching heat overloaded the grid, in the latest blow to the nation's stretched power sector.

Melbourne weather: Sleepless night without power as temperature soars

2018-01-28 smh.com.au
Tens of thousands of Victorians have had a sleepless night after scorching heat crippled the state's power distribution network.

'Unnecessary' spending by gas distributors blocked, Canberra homes to benefit

2017-10-31 smh.com.au
Canberra households look set to benefit from the latest decision by Australia's energy regulator, with "unnecessary" spending by gas distributors blocked. (1-1)

Energy networks reject ACCC findings over price hikes

2017-10-16 theage.com.au
Energy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to blame for rising power bills insisting their prices are lower than those cited in an inquiry into the energy market.

Energy networks reject ACCC findings over price hikes

2017-10-16 smh.com.au
Energy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to blame for rising power bills insisting their prices are lower than those cited in an inquiry into the energy market.

Li Ka-shing wraps up Duet deal in biggest overseas purchase

2017-04-21 themalaymailonline
Li had to sweeten the deal in January and add a special dividend of 3 cents a share to win control of the energy network. — Reuters picSYDNEY, April 21 ― Li Ka-shing has wrapped up his biggest overseas deal on record, the A$7.4 billion (RM24.6 billion) takeover bid for Australian power provider Duet Group, nine months after he was barred from buying another power asset there on national security concerns.

Duet says bid by Li Ka-Shing’s Cheung Kong Infrastructure approved by Australia

2017-04-21 scmp
Billionaire Li Ka-shing’s A$7.4 billion (US$5.6 billion) takeover bid for power provider Duet Group has won foreign investment approval from the Australian government, paving the way for the Hong Kong tycoon to diversify away from his reliance on Europe.