Aussie gold plays outperform US

Saracen Mineral Holdings managing director Raleigh Finlayson believes Australia’s mid-tier gold miners could turn their focus overseas to grow their businesses, with the valuations of Australia’s top gold companies beginning to outpace their North American rivals. The pendulum has swung in recent years as strong Australian dollar gold prices and …

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Poland appoint Jerzy Brzeczek as new head coach | Football News

By Aaron Fowler Last Updated: 12/07/18 3:37pm Former Poland midfielder Jerzy Brzeczek has been appointed as the country’s new head coach. Jerzy Brzeczek has been named Poland’s head coach, replacing Adam Nawalka after the team’s group-stage exit at the World Cup. Brzeczek made 42 appearances and scored four goals for …

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Joyce cleared of travel entitlement misuse

Barnaby Joyce has been cleared of misusing taxpayer-funded travel expenses but investigators say they had to take his word that he was working. The former deputy prime minister claimed at least $16,000 in taxpayer refunds for almost two full months he spent in Canberra last year when parliament wasn’t even …

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Consumer Protection warns Facebook users over fake lotto scam

Scammers have netted almost $110,000 from West Australian Facebook users duped into thinking they had won lotto. The masterminds behind the scam use cloned Facebook accounts with stolen images to send messages to friends of that account, encouraging them to claim lottery prizes worth between $150,000 and $300,000. The catch …

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Second live sheep export licence suspended

The company at the centre of the live export scandal has suffered another major blow after being slapped with a second suspension on sending sheep to the Middle East. Tens of thousands of animals are in limbo after the Agriculture Department denied EMS Exports, a sister company of Emanuel Exports, …

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