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Engineers forced to work as Queensland cabbies as qualifications remain unrecognised – The Sydney Morning Herald - November 06, 2018

The Sydney Morning Herald Engineers forced to work as Queensland cabbies as qualifications remain unrecognised The Sydney Morning Herald Deloitte Access Economics partner Natasha Doherty said Australia's lack of recognition of overseas-obtained post-school qualifications was one of the main bar.

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Corporate Travel Management gets Ernst & Young to review VGI concerns – The Australian - November 06, 2018

The Australian Corporate Travel Management gets Ernst & Young to review VGI concerns The Australian Corporate Travel Management has hired Ernst & Young to conduct a review of issues raised by a short-seller report that has devastated the company's share price, and chief executive Jamie .

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Wearable amputee tech wins pitch night – Business News - November 06, 2018

Business News Wearable amputee tech wins pitch night Business News Medical device startup JR-TeCH has won first prize at the 2018 Perth Biodesign Pitch Night, held last night by Accelerating Australia. The startup has produced eMotionGait, a wearable technology for above-knee amputees. ... Urfree wi.

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CBA, Westpac, NAB and ANZ profits drop 6pc since royal commission: Deloitte and PwC – ABC News - November 06, 2018

ABC News CBA, Westpac, NAB and ANZ profits drop 6pc since royal commission: Deloitte and PwC ABC News Now that Australia's "big four" banks have reported their full-year results, it's clear the royal commission and slowing property market have had a significant affect. Those were the findi.

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We are spending billions on infrastructure but still struggling to keep up – The Canberra Times - November 05, 2018

The Canberra Times We are spending billions on infrastructure but still struggling to keep up The Canberra Times On a per capita basis smaller population jurisdictions such as South Australia and the Northern Territory, are spending relatively more than the more populous states. Mr Rynne said that d.

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Why Victoria is spending billions on infrastructure but still struggling … – The Sydney Morning Herald - November 05, 2018

The Sydney Morning Herald Why Victoria is spending billions on infrastructure but still struggling ... The Sydney Morning Herald Victoria's record level of infrastructure spending is struggling just to maintain current assets, as transport and other services groan from population growth. and mo.

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