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Barry Cafe owners fined for deliberately exploiting, underpaying staff The company that runs the Melbourne cafe is fined for deliberately underpaying and exploiting 73 staff members to the tune of more than $180,000 over a 12-month period. Posted: October 22, 2020 7:11 am by ABC.net.au
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Whitehaven Coal shareholders reject push to wind up coal operations Fewer than 4 per cent of shareholders back a resolution at the company’s AGM calling on the company to plan for a decline in its coal operations, in the face of a reduced global demand for coal. Posted: October 22, 2020 5:11 am by ABC.net.au
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Australia Post boss told to stand aside after executives given $3k Cartier watch bonuses The Communications Minister orders an investigation into Australia Post after four senior employees were given $3,000 Cartier watches as a “thank you” for working to secure a lucrative deal in 2018. Posted: October 22, 2020 3:40 am by ABC.net.au
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Red River Resources Share Price up as Production Nears (ASX:RVR) The share price of diversified metals producer Red River Resources Ltd [ASX:RVR] is slightly higher today, with the company announcing production is set to begin at the Hillgrove Gold Project. The RVR share price has hit a higher gear recently as gold production at Hillgrove...
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The Industrialisation of Silver: Get Your Pitch Forks Ready Silver Friends… Alright silver fans, are you ready for today? I’m about to tell you bunch of stuff you might not want to hear. Oh, don’t worry. I’ve primed our customer service team for the avalanche of your thoughts. Because after almost 12 years of being...
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'Hardly anyone's noticed': Sydneysiders unaware of major milestone 23 metres under the city Six months ahead of schedule, the caverns for Sydney’s Martin Place metro station are officially complete and most people are “completely clueless” they are even 23 metres below their feet. Posted: October 22, 2020 2:13 am by ABC.net.au
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Isa Guha speaks out after Geoffrey Boycott's 'equality over quality' BBC complaint Geoffrey Boycott says the BBC “sacrificed quality for equality” when reshuffling its radio commentary team, which was incorrectly reported by the Daily Mail as Isa Guha “replacing” the former Test great. Posted: October 22, 2020 12:38 am by ABC.net.au
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Twenty Seven Co’s Share Price on the up as Rover Potential Emerges Former uranium explorer turned gold and base metals explorer Twenty Seven Co Ltd [ASX:TSC] has watched its share price rise after releasing good results from its Rover project in WA. The microcap explorer had a turbulent beginning to 2020; however recent results from...
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War and Peace in 2020 — China vs India, What’s Happening? This article is from the Global Times, which is an English-language propaganda outlet controlled by the Communist Party of China. Since the article is propaganda, it is mostly filled with half-truths and outright lies. What’s the point of featuring an article full of lies? It’s because the...
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Estrella Resources’ Share Price has Soared 2,000% in Oct, Here’s Why Shares in small-cap gold and nickel explorer Estrella Resources Ltd [ASX:ESR] have continued to rocket today thanks to results from the historic Carr Boyd Nickel Mine. The ESR share price had been soaring when we were first given a glimpse of the project’s potential...
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