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  2. BUSINESS and INVESTMENT Blue chips lead push on surging share market

    SYDNEY: The Australian share market continued to surge yesterday, riding high on buying interest from United States and local traders. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 372 words
  3. COURTS No compo for being 'stunned by penis'

    ADELAIDE: An Adelaide woman will not get sickness benefits after claiming she was offended by a toy penis in her Commonwealth ...

    Article : 237 words
  4. Thiess reputation destroyed: counsel

    BRISBANE: Sir Leslie Thiess was disgraced and his reputation destroyed by a defamation trial jury's verdict, ...

    Article : 370 words
  5. G7 nations to go own ways on interest

    WASHINGTON: The United States lost its battle on Saturday to persuade its major industrial allies to immediately lower interest rates to spur global ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 439 words
  6. Hostile British tilt at Bundaberg hits wall

    BRISBANE: Tate and Lyle Pty Ltd's hostile $325 million bid for Bundaberg Sugar Co Ltd appeared uncertain yesterday ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 655 words
  7. 'Vicious' trap protects drug; man given bond

    MELBOURNE: A man who had set a "vicious man-trap" to protect his marijuana crop was given a bond yesterday after a ...

    Article : 237 words
  8. Blackburn case echo

    SYDNEY: An investigator on the Harry Blackburn ease allegedly perverted the course of justice by claiming to be driving a car that crashed hours after the ...

    Article : 159 words

    PERTH: Spectacular drilling results at the Kanowna Belle gold tenements near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, a joint venture between Delia Gold NL and North ...

    Article : 410 words
  10. Banks' clients, staff 'kept in dark' on loan risks

    SYDNEY: Australia's major banks-sought to deliberately keep clients and their own staff in the dark about the risks of ...

    Article : 351 words

    Five people were dealt with on Wednesday, April 24, in the ACT Magistrates Court on drink-driving charges. Before Magistrate Peter Dingwall ...

    Article : 441 words
  12. Lady Lewis 'likely to have known'

    BRISBANE: The wife of former Queensland police commissioner Sir Terence Lewis probably knew her husband was ...

    Article : 282 words
  13. Palmer sues BHP, Tubemaker $30m

    MELBOURNE: Brisbanebased Palmer Tube Mills Ltd is suing BHP Steel and its 49.75 per cent affiliate, Tubemakers of ...

    Article : 252 words
  14. Bond Uni 'not affected by' EIE's troubles

    BRISBANE: Bond University says it will not be affected by the financial troubles of its half-owner EIE International. Bond University's vice-chancellor, ...

    Article : 282 words
  15. Kornhauser trial on

    BRISBANE: A Gold Coast company director, Eddie Kornhauser, entered not guilty pleas yesterday to three ...

    Article : 124 words
  16. Recession threat to US growth

    NEW YORK: The rising risk of recession in Europe and Japan has become a major threat to US economic growth and stability, the Conference Board said in a ...

    Article : 137 words
  17. Porgera gold glisters

    PERTH: The Porgera gold joint venture continues to run beyond expectations, producing 224,804 ounces of gold tn the first ...

    Article : 147 words
  18. Solicitor struck off roll

    SYDNEY: A Bowral solicitor who overcharged clients grossly was struck off the roll yesterday. The Legal Profession ...

    Article : 77 words

    Before justice Finn in No 1 court at 10.30am: Ro[?]cndahl. Before Justice Coleman in No 2 court at 10am: George. ...

    Article : 344 words
  20. Pratt Group 'could lose over $100m' on Battery

    MELBOURNE: Battery Group Ltd's chairman, Dick Pratt, said he could lose more than $100 million through his exposure to the troubled ...

    Article : 314 words

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