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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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Corporate Travel Management shares soar after expanding its US footprint

Posted on 18/12/2015 by SuperUser Account

Shares in Brisbane-based Corporate Travel Management took flight yesterday after it revealed plans to expand its US footprint.

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Queensland scraps paperwork in new digital property transaction system

Posted on 17/12/2015 by Christie Patten

Queensland’s real estate industry is scrapping property transaction paperwork and stepping into the digital age with e-Conveyancing, which took effect on December 16.

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You could help to save the Great Barrier Reef just by drinking beer

Posted on 11/12/2015 by Christie Patten

For beer lovers, there’s nothing quite like a frosty cold one on a hot summer’s day. But what if you could also be helping to save the environment as well as quenching your thirst with each swig?

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In-flight Wi-Fi access on Australian airlines opposed by business travellers who want 'downtime'

Posted on 1/10/2015 by SuperUser Account in aviation

Australian airlines are under pressure not to install in-flight Wi-Fi from the sector that would appear to have the most to gain from the move.

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