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Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Australia needs a day dedicated to focusing on reconciliation

2018-01-21 smh.com.au
It sounds like the political class have stirred from their Christmas slumber, as I can hear two opposing groups shouting 'change' and 'keep' at each other. (1-0)

'There's nowhere to hide': companies warned on climate risks

2018-01-19 smh.com.au
When it comes to corporate Australia and climate change, 2018 is shaping up as a perfect storm. (3-0)

'There's nowhere to hide': companies warned on climate risks

2018-01-19 theage.com.au
When it comes to corporate Australia and climate change, 2018 is shaping up as a perfect storm. (3-0)

Miners, banks pull ASX into the red while Bellamy's soars

2018-01-16 theage.com.au
Australian shares weakened on Tuesday, with the ASX's heavy exposure to banks and commodity firms underscored by a pullback in both sectors, while infant formula company Bellamy's bucked the lower trend with a 24 per cent surge. (18-0)

Miners, banks pull ASX into the red while Bellamy's soars

2018-01-16 smh.com.au
Australian shares weakened on Tuesday, with the ASX's heavy exposure to banks and commodity firms underscored by a pullback in both sectors, while infant formula company Bellamy's bucked the lower trend with a 24 per cent surge. (18-0)

ASX notches mild gains as gold stocks shine, $A jumps

2018-01-15 theage.com.au
Shares posted a mild advance on Monday, as gains for in the gold mining sector helped the market shrug off weakness for energy companies. (38-0)

ASX notches mild gains as gold stocks shine, $A jumps

2018-01-15 smh.com.au
Shares posted a mild advance on Monday, as gains for in the gold mining sector helped the market shrug off weakness for energy companies. (38-0)

Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: ACT government shows its hypocrisy with treatment of greyhounds

2018-01-14 smh.com.au
Both take a significant toll on the participating animals. Unlike greyhound racing, horse racing also involves the whipping of animals, and causes injuries to riders such as former Melbourne Cup winner Michelle Payne. (1-0)

Aust shares down after China bond story

2018-01-11 businessnews.com.au
Australian shares have opened lower after Wall Street slid early in its session following a report that China could be set to stop or slow its US Treasuries purchases. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was down 0.40 per cent at 6,072.3, after the first half-hour of trade on Thursday, with all sectors weaker. Bell Direct equities analyst Julia Lee says the Australian market is responding to a mixed lead from the offshore trading session, particularly in the US. (47-0)

A future without coal-fired power stations is inevitable

2018-01-10 theage.com.au
One of the four giant units at Victoria's ageing Loy Yang A power station broke down on Tuesday night at 11.05, taking out 230 megawatts, and then at 1.10 on Wednesday morning after being partially restarted, taking out what by then was 161 megawatts. (1-0)

A future without coal-fired power stations is inevitable

2018-01-10 smh.com.au
One of the four giant units at Victoria's ageing Loy Yang A power station broke down on Tuesday night at 11.05, taking out 230 megawatts, and then at 1.10 on Wednesday morning after being partially restarted, taking out what by then was 161 megawatts. (1-0)

ASX snaps five-session winning streak

2018-01-10 theage.com.au
Australian shares snapped a five-session streak of gains on Wednesday as investors paused after pushing shares to decade highs in recent sessions. (17-0)

ASX snaps five-session winning streak

2018-01-10 smh.com.au
Australian shares snapped a five-session streak of gains on Wednesday as investors paused after pushing shares to decade highs in recent sessions. (17-0)

Changing the face of energy

2018-01-07 smh.com.au
Australia’s energy sector and National Electricity Market is undergoing the largest transition in its history, both in the makeup of the grid and the face of this change. (1-0)

Changing the face of energy

2018-01-07 theage.com.au
Australia’s energy sector and National Electricity Market is undergoing the largest transition in its history, both in the makeup of the grid and the face of this change. (1-0)

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