Our Media 2017-09-13T19:45:16+00:00
  • The pitfalls of an office romance
    by feedsy on February 14, 2018 at 11:50 am

    Belinda Tasker(Australian Associated Press) Barnaby Joyce’s extra-marital affair with his former media adviser has made him the latest poster boy for the pitfalls of office romances. Workplace and relationship experts say each case is a wake-up call for employers and employees about how to handle themselves when office romances bloom. With office relationships increasingly common, […]

  • Business confidence hits 9-month peak
    by feedsy on February 14, 2018 at 5:23 am

    Christian Edwards(Australian Associated Press) Australian business confidence has hit a nine-month high reflecting an improved global outlook, says the National Australia Bank. The lender’s business confidence index for January increased two points to 12 points, its highest mark since April last year. NAB said the result was an encouraging signal for investment and reflected the […]

  • The ecosystem for great minds to come together
    by feedsy on February 14, 2018 at 5:23 am

    (Australian Associated Press) The Gold Coast is fast transforming from Queensland’s famous glitter strip to a hub of innovation. Once known for towering real estate, meter maids and schoolies the Gold Coast has fast been diversifying with a clear focus on becoming a “smart city”. And it seems to be working. Spurred on by the […]

  • Show Australians some love on tax: Leigh
    by feedsy on February 14, 2018 at 5:23 am

    Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics Correspondent(Australian Associated Press) Tax is a pretty dry subject at any time but Andrew Leigh has used Valentine’s Day to bring some love to the issue. The shadow assistant treasurer pounced on an ABC analysis revealing one-in-five of the country’s biggest companies paid no tax for at least the past three […]

  • Govt pushes students to repay debt sooner
    by feedsy on February 14, 2018 at 5:23 am

    Katina Curtis(Australian Associated Press) The Turnbull government is pushing ahead with plans to make university graduates repay their student debts sooner. The legislation to cut the HECS-HELP repayment threshold from $55,000 to $45,000, among other measures, was introduced to parliament on Wednesday. The move was flagged in December’s mid-year budget update, and is an easing […]

  • Banks edge closer to instant payments
    by feedsy on February 14, 2018 at 5:23 am

    Christian Edwards(Australian Associated Press) Three of Australia’s big four banks have begun rolling out their new $1 billion payment system that allows customers to transfer funds between rival institutions in near real-time. Customers will be able to pay tradies or transfer cash to family and friends almost instantly, bringing the financial services sector into line […]

  • Retirees out of love with markets
    by feedsy on February 14, 2018 at 5:23 am

    Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics Correspondent(Australian Associated Press) Pensioners more than most were unnerved by last week’s financial market gyrations, fearing for their retirement nest eggs. New confidence figures show sentiment overall fell 2.3 per cent in February compared to January, but tumbled 13.5 per cent among retirees following the sell-off in Australian shares which saw […]

  • The pullback in shares – seven reasons not to be too concerned
    by feedsy on February 14, 2018 at 5:23 am

    (AMP Capital)9 February 2018 Key points The current pullback in shares has been triggered by worries around US inflation, the Fed and rising bond yields but made worse by an unwinding of bets that volatility would continue to fall. We may have seen the worst, but it’s too early to say for sure. However, our […]

  • Analysts find ‘improbable’ mortgage data
    by feedsy on February 7, 2018 at 8:22 am

    Melissa Jenkins(Australian Associated Press) Home loan borrowers could be hiding how much they earn but analysts aren’t sure whether they are lying to their banks, the ATO, the census or the Australian Bureau of Statistics. UBS analysts Jonathan Mott and Rachel Bentvelzen have warned that income levels reported to banks are “highly improbable” compared to […]

  • Up to firms how to use tax cut: Treasurer
    by feedsy on February 7, 2018 at 8:22 am

    Colin Brinsden and Katina Curtis(Australian Associated Press) Treasurer Scott Morrison has rejected forcing businesses to pass on tax cuts to workers through wage rises as a “highly regulated approach”. As the Turnbull government pushes ahead with plans to extend corporate tax cuts to companies with turnover above $50 million, Commonwealth Bank chief economist Michael Blythe […]

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