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Roads melt as temperatures break records across NSW

Upload "Roads and maritime services recognize that water is a scarce resource right now, but it is necessary to ensure the safety of motorists and keep the road open," a spokesperson said in a statement . Meanwhile, the NSW Rural Fire Service was fighting more than 50 fires across the state – 20 of them are uncultivated. Deputy Commissioner Rob …

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EU digs in over fight to rename Australian wine and cheese

"This means that you have to look at what you might need to accept what you would absolutely not want to do, just as we expect the EU to provide the kind of access they might not want to provide." [19659002] Some Australian-inspired wines of Italian-French inspiration such as Moscato and cheeses including feta, parmesan, mozzarella, pecorino, gruyere and roquefort …

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Gina Rinehart retains her spot at the top

Mining magnate Gina Rinehart maintains his place atop the Forbes-rich list of Aussie despite the fall in iron ore prices by lowering its wealth of $ US1.8 billion to $ US14.8 billion (in down $ A2.5 billion, to $ A20 .6 billion). The 2019 edition of the Rich List Top 50 of Forbes in Australia sees the property magnate Harry …

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10 of the most tipped ASX shares for 2019

Want to know which ASX shares are the most inverted for 2019? Well, Livewire could have the answer. Investment site Livewire asked its readers what actions they thought best in 2019. According to the results, the 10 most overturned shares were: CSL Limited (ASX: CSL), Afterpay Touch Group Ltd (ASX: APT), BHP Group Ltd (ASX : BHP), Macquarie Group Ltd …

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Citi: Aussie property prices to fall 10% in 2019

by Leith van Onselen Citi summarized the downward trend, predicting a 10% decline in house prices in 2019 – the biggest losses in the world. From The Australian : Australia was the only country where a year-over-year decline of over 10% was recorded Analysts warned that given the particularly high share of residential investment in Australia relative to GDP, low …

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Australian property market could suffer largest price fall in the world

"Foreign demand also decreased with restrictions on Chinese capital outflows and tax changes on foreign investment in residential markets. According to Citi, Australia, together with South Korea and Sweden, will suffer the greatest declines of 2019. Credit: Citi Research "In addition, The housing supply has belatedly responded to previous strong demand for housing, particularly in Australia where there was a …

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Superannuation funds escape negative territory in 2018

"The power of diversification was clearly evident in 2018," he said. "When considering that the Australian stock market fell 3.1% and international equities by 7.5%, the average growth fund is still capable of a positive return. " This is because, while these funds invest substantially in equities, they also invest in a wide range of other industries, including unlisted assets …

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