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ERM founder Trevor St Baker has set up a new energy innovation fund

Posted on 6/10/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

Trevor St Baker has gone off the grid. Visitors to the St Lucia home of the ERM Power founder are proudly told about the solar panels on the roof before being escorted to the garage where the 76-year-old shows off his gas-fuelled generator and electric car.

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Rockingham: Australia's most bankrupt region

Posted on 2/08/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

Rockingham is now the most bankrupt region in Australia following an 88 per cent increase in personal insolvency in the last year.

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Location 'no longer top priority' for Brisbane's first home buyers

Posted on 2/08/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

Loud parties, barking dogs, flushing toilets and excessively vocal “intimate time”, were named as the most complained about issues for strata residents by Queensland body corporate managers, Archers the Strata Professionals.

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Brisbane company Signet has local manufacturing all wrapped up

Posted on 11/07/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

The $7 million investment by Brisbane-based Signet in a giant Italian-made plastic extrusion machine and factory expansion will produce packaging previously being imported from Asia.

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Puma launches new store concept

Posted on 30/06/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

Puma Energy Australia has begun the national rollout of its new convenience store concept, 7th Street, opening its first stores in Victoria.

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Business: Register assets or risk everything

Posted on 13/06/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

Despite only taking several minutes online, and costing less than the morning cup of coffee, many businesses are failing to protect their legal rights of ownership.

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Pet owners renting apartments forced to go to extreme lengths

Posted on 11/06/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

Pet lovers are having to jump through hoops to get into strata units, with doggy “resumes” now par for the course to get body corporate approval.

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It's time for a 'new national conversation' on elder abuse

Posted on 9/03/2016 by Rhiannon Smith

The new federal inquiry into elder abuse is a step in the right direction, but the scope of the review is simply too narrow, writes Geoff Rowe.

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Drastic difference in hotel rates over Valentine's Day threatens heartbreak

Posted on 4/02/2016 by Christie Patten

Australian couples will pay a difference of up to $500 a night for a fancy hotel room on Valentine’s Day weekend, thanks to a huge discrepancy in supply around the country.

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Lawyers need to keep up to date with technology, expert warns

Posted on 19/01/2016 by Christie Patten

Industry disruption by technology is nothing new, but are practitioners placing enough focus on keeping up to date with what’s emerging?

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