Hayne says time to fix bank misconduct

Banking royal commissioner Kenneth Hayne QC wants wide-ranging reforms to stop the widespread misconduct that has caused substantial loss to customers while delivering hefty profits to the banks. At least three unnamed institutions could face criminal dishonesty charges over the financial industry’s $1 billion fees-for-no-service scandal for “taking money for …

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RBA expected for cash rate on hold

AAP Tuesday, 5 February 2019 12:34AM Camera IconThe RBA is not expected to shift the official cash rate at its board meeting on Tuesday. Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail UsCopy the Link The Reserve Bank of Australia is not expected to shift the official cash rate from a record low …

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Controversial preacher Graham touring Aust

From his contentious comments about Islam and the LGBTQ community, to supporting some of US President Donald Trump’s most divisive ideas, Reverend Franklin Graham has been lambasted for alleged hate speech. But the US evangelist has been equally praised for preaching God’s love and grace, and now Australians will have …

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Interview lands Liam Neeson in race row

Liam Neeson says he’s ashamed to admit he had violent thoughts about killing a black person after learning that someone close to him had been raped. The Irish actor said he walked the streets armed with a weapon hoping he would be approached by someone so that he could kill …

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Jose Mourinho takes a tumble at ice hockey match | Football News

Manchester United’s former boss suffers a red carpet mishap while working as a special gusts of Siberian team Avangard. Last Updated: 04/02/19 7:55pm Jose Mourinho slips at a Russian Ice Hockey game Jose Mourinho may have hoped the slip-ups were behind him after leaving Old Trafford – but he’s suffered an unfortunate …

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