News archive from 27 October 2013

Foreign investor snaps up Clocktower Square

According to sales agent, Jones Lang LaSalle’s hotels and hospitality group’s managing director, investment sales, Mark Durran, the Clocktower mixed use building incorporated The Rendezvous Apartment Hotel, 138-bay commercial car park, office and...

 

Foreign investor snaps up Clocktower Square

According to sales agent, Jones Lang LaSalle’s hotels and hospitality group’s managing director, investment sales, Mark Durran, the Clocktower mixed use building incorporated The Rendezvous Apartment Hotel, 138-bay commercial car park, office and...

 

Foreign investor snaps up Clocktower Square

According to sales agent, Jones Lang LaSalle’s hotels and hospitality group’s managing director, investment sales, Mark Durran, the Clocktower mixed use building incorporated The Rendezvous Apartment Hotel, 138-bay commercial car park, office and...

 
Prince Federick and Princess Mary visit bushfire-ravaged town of Winmalee

Prince Federick and Princess Mary visit bushfire-ravaged town of Winmalee

Dozens of Winmalee residents devastated by the recent bushfires have turned out to welcome Crown Prince Federick and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark to the Blue Mountains.Winmalee, west of Sydney, was the area hit hardest by the recent bushfires with...

ABC News, 14:00 in Business
 
UK public servants visited cricket website four million times

UK public servants visited cricket website four million times

CRICKET-loving public servants in the UK have been accused of wasting time after it was revealed they logged onto to a sports website millions of times to watch the Ashes. Staff the Treasury, the Department of Health and the Department of Environment,...

 
New survey shows older workers are happiest

New survey shows older workers are happiest

A NEW study says older workers are on average are happier in their jobs than younger ones. The survey of American employees found that 9 in 10 workers who are age 50 or older claim to be very or somewhat satisfied with their job. Older workers...

 

Jailed executive hits out at ASIC

He was sentenced to two terms of imprisonment, two years and 18 months respectively, in December, to be released after 12 months pending good behaviour. But in July this year, the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal ordered that his conviction be quashed and...

 

Market likely to test new five-year highs

Westpac shares were also at record levels, closing last week at $34.36 for a market capitalisation of $106.8 billion. And NAB, which will report its earnings on Friday, rose to an almost six-year high of $36.08. The stellar performances by the banks...

 

Voters back crackdown on tax

Voters would also support tougher international rules to close loopholes and force companies to disclose how much tax they pay here and offshore. The research comes as Australia prepares to host the G20 meeting in Brisbane, where the issue of tax...

 

Caymans dispute could harm co-operation

Justice Charles Quin of the Cayman Islands Grand Court found the Cayman Islands Tax Information Authority acted unlawfully by giving the ATO documents about the companies, MH Investments and JA Investments. Despite the judgment, a few days later...

 

Edelsten's whiny website crashes

But a visit to the whiny website on Sunday yielded only a cryptic error message complaining that something ''is marked as crashed and should be repaired''. Sounds serious. Nine's grand plans Amid the turmoil of a potential listing, Nine...

 

Sims confident fleeing Foster will be caught

Foster went on the run last month, having failed to appear on September 27 at the Federal Court in Brisbane, where he was found guilty of contempt of court over his involvement in weight-loss scam SensaSlim. He again failed to attend court on...

 

ANZ to kick start bumper profit season

All up, financial analysts forecast the majors will reap a collective profit of $27 billion this year, with NAB releasing its results on Friday and Westpac reporting next week. Commonwealth Bank, which reports on a year to June calendar rather than a...

 

Boart's demise 'hard to watch', says former CEO

''It has been hard to watch, I am trying to help as many former employees as I can. I am pulling for them and for Boart,'' he said. ''The impact on the investors, employees and suppliers has been devastating.'' Declining revenues and mounting debt...

 

Rio Tinto, Mongolia closer to ending mine dispute

''Within the last 10 days we could resolve certain issues; we have reduced the state of urgency,'' said Davaadorj Ganbold, one of three Mongolian nationals on the Oyu Tolgoi board, adding that some points remain to be agreed on. ''Issues related to...

 
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