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Administrators call for Oroton rescue bids – The Australian - December 11, 2017

The West Australian Administrators call for Oroton rescue bids The Australian Following the first creditors meeting this afternoon for Oroton, which collapsed two weeks ago with debts of more than $40 million, Deloitte Restructuring Services partner Vaughn Strawbridge told The Australian that the ad.

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Deloitte calls economic turnaround – Business News - December 11, 2017

Business News Deloitte calls economic turnaround Business News Western Australia's economy is one year away from a return to normality, according to consultancy firm Deloitte, with consumer confidence, exports and dwelling approvals data all pointing towards an upswing. In its economic outlook .

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Disability platform wins big in Asia | Information Age | ACS – ACS - December 11, 2017

ACS Disability platform wins big in Asia | Information Age | ACS ACS L-R: Poppy Malone, John Loy, Jordan O'Reilly, Deloitte's Josh Tanchel, Huw McLeod, Eliza Wallace, Harriet Dwyer. Source: Supplied. An online platform that connects people with a disability to carers has taken out the Delo.

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‘Energy poverty’ to hit thousands of Australian households – The New Daily - December 11, 2017

Nine 'Energy poverty' to hit thousands of Australian households The New Daily About 42000 large, low-income earning families will take the greatest hit from rising energy prices, with children being the biggest victims. Rising power prices are pushing 42,000 families into 'energy pove.

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An Australian just became a billionaire after investing in a crazy … – Yahoo7 News - December 11, 2017

Yahoo7 News An Australian just became a billionaire after investing in a crazy ... Yahoo7 News Australian man James Gilbert is now technically a billionaire after Bitcoin's unprecedented price surge this week. According to a report in Bloomberg, Gilbert is the largest shareholder in US-based Cr.

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Rising power prices are pushing 42,000 families into ‘energy poverty’ – Nine - December 10, 2017

The Australian Rising power prices are pushing 42,000 families into 'energy poverty' Nine Rising gas and electricity prices are pushing 42,000 Australian households into "energy poverty" as power bills demand more of their weekly income than ever before. Research from analyst firm KPMG rev.

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