Company tax cut Senate vote due in June

Company tax cuts will go to the Senate for a vote in June despite Labor saying the plan is “dead, buried and cremated”. Pauline Hanson’s flip-flopping stance is again shifting back towards supporting the cuts, 0as she encouraged voters to ring her office if they want her to back them. …

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Averna earns national acclaim | The West Australian

Averna Homes has walked away with the Australian Spec Home award for the second year on the trot at the 2018 HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards. The accolade was presented at a prestigious awards ceremony held on the final night of the HIA 2018 National Conference in Singapore earlier this month. …

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Take a chance on your next tattoo

Thrill seekers are lining up to leave their next tattoo to chance after Bunbury Ink unveiled the State’s first gumball tattoo roulette machine on recently. The vintage gumball machine is filled with coloured balls containing unique tattoo designs created by four resident artists. Customers pay $100 for a token to …

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Suspicions over slaying tears family apart

A Townsville man whose mother was shot dead on a rural property 22 years ago says suspicion has torn his family apart. Adrian Britton has made a fresh appeal to catch the person who aimed a shotgun at mother-of-three Dorothy Britton and shot her once in the head at her …

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Metcash shares dive on $270m hit in SA

Metcash shares have plummeted 14 per cent after the grocery supplier flagged a potential $270 million sales hit due to one of its customers shunning its new South Australian distribution centre. Metcash on Monday said it is seeking approval for a new distribution centre, but that Drakes Supermarkets will not …

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