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    ASX slumps on US-China tensions

    ASX slumps on US-China tensions

    29 May 2020 by AAP

    The Australian share market has ended the month with a sell-off after China went ahead with a controversial national security law for Hong Kong that sets up renewed tension with the United States. ...

    Mark my words podcast

    Mark my words podcast

    29 May 2020 by Mark Beyer, Mark Pownall

    PODCAST: Mark Pownall and Mark Beyer discuss the virus impact and policy response, live sheep, industrial relations shift, COAG, investors lose $200m, Michelle Fyfe, and our special report on law firms. ...

    Mader, Lycopodium revise FY20 guidance

    Mader, Lycopodium revise FY20 guidance

    29 May 2020 by Jessica Mascione

    Mining services companies Mader Group and Lycopodium have downgraded their full-year earnings guidance, citing the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak on their operations. ...

    Deloitte works to cut Virgin bidders to two

    Deloitte works to cut Virgin bidders to two

    29 May 2020 by AAP

    Deloitte will settle on a final shortlist of two preferred bidders for Virgin Australia early next week after parties reaffirmed their interest. ...

    $131bn for hospitals, COAG reform

    $131bn for hospitals, COAG reform

    29 May 2020 by AAP

    Federal hospital funding will rise about $30 billion to be $131 billion in the next five years, while the Council of Australian Governments will be replaced by a permanent national cabinet. ...

    Blackstone to hunt down more high-grade sulphides in Vietnam

    Blackstone to hunt down more high-grade sulphides in Vietnam

    29 May 2020 by Matt Birney

    Blackstone Minerals is once again headed into the jungle surrounding its Ta Khoa nickel-copper-PGE project in Vietnam. It has kicked off an aggressive program of geophysics and drilling to hunt down more high-grade repetitions of its impressive Ban Phuc ni ...

    WA to lift restrictions next weekend

    WA to lift restrictions next weekend

    29 May 2020 by Jessica Mascione

    Almost all businesses will be able to reopen in Western Australia next weekend, as the state becomes the first in the country to reduce the four square metre rule, and gatherings of up to 100 people will be allowed. ...

    Agri success without handouts

    Agri success without handouts

    29 May 2020 by Matt Mckenzie

    Australian farmers are among the least subsidised in the world, while government support has shifted from manufacturing into the services industry in recent years, according to two new reports. ...

    Emerging into the unknown

    Emerging into the unknown

    29 May 2020 by Tim Treadgold

    The end of federal assistance to businesses and workers will be a pivotal point in how Australia emerges from COVID-19 lockdown. ...

    Fortescue fails in native title appeal

    Fortescue fails in native title appeal

    29 May 2020 by AAP, Business News

    The High Court has dismissed Fortescue Metals Group's application to appeal a native title ruling covering its Solomon iron ore mine in Western Australia's Pilbara region. ...

    Austal boosts FY20 guidance

    Austal boosts FY20 guidance

    29 May 2020 by Jessica Mascione

    Henderson-based shipbuilder Austal has raised its full-year revenue guidance by $100 million, saying the coronavirus pandemic has had minimal impact on its operations over the past two months. ...

    Universities divided over pay plan

    Universities divided over pay plan

    29 May 2020 by Jordan Murray

    A breakdown in talks between universities and the national teaching union is unwelcome news for WA’s higher education sector. ...

    WA hospital visit restrictions to ease as surgeries increase

    WA hospital visit restrictions to ease as surgeries increase

    29 May 2020 by AAP, Business News

    Restrictions on visiting hours at Western Australian public hospitals aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus will be partially eased next week. ...

    ASX falls 1% on US-China tensions

    ASX falls 1% on US-China tensions

    29 May 2020 by AAP

    The Australian share market has opened lower after China went ahead with a controversial national security law for Hong Kong that sets it up for renewed tension with the United States. ...

    Morning Headlines

    Morning Headlines

    29 May 2020 by Cameron Drummond

    Fast track to post-Covid freedom ...

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