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He will also depart from his role with the board director on 31 December. Grafton Group, who owns the Woodie's and Chadwicks chains in Ireland, said that a process to appoint a successor will commence shortly in line with the support of ... ...

'People are losing a fortune': ACCC urges banks to act as scam losses surge

The criticism came following the release of an ACCC report that confirmed Australians lost $2 billion to scammers last year, more than double the $851 million lost in 2020. On Monday, the Commonwealth Bank called for an industry code of practice ... ...

Why your options may be limited if your employer wants you back in the workplace

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The pandemic necessity of doing your job away from the workplace  is ending as restrictions and mandates ease and employers refocus on getting people back to in - person work. While employers can wind down temporary measures, they should ... ...

Suncorp (ASX:SUN) shores up reinsurance as it prepares for NSW floods claims

The group raised its natural hazard allowance to $1.16 billion based on elevated claims last year, but it will come at a price as reinsurance costs increase. Total reinsurance premiums for FY23 have increased significantly as a result of ... ...

32,000/ac paid for small north Clare parcel

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In a headline sale he brought the hammer down on a 3.1ac piece of ground for 100,000 or over 32,000/ac. Located at Bell Harbour near the north Clare coast, it was part of a multi - lot farm sale that saw an 8.6ac parcel make 230,000 or ... ...

Big Bash League: Seven could save $135m in legal stoush with CA

Media sources close to the court case, who spoke anonymously as the matter was before the court, said Seven would seek about $20 million in damages per annum for the alleged breaches in quality of the BBL over the past three years. The network ... ...

AustralianSuper records first negative return since GFC

It marks the fund's first negative return since the GFC, when the balanced option returned - 5.78 per cent in 2008, and - 13.3 per cent in 2009. The super fund's chief investment officer Mark Delaney said the negative returns reflected ... ...

Grattan's risky strategy for picking winners and losers in the green economy

The institute isn't naïve about the reception its advocacy of government intervention might receive from those who would prefer markets to decide the winners in a rapidly changing environment rather than politicians and bureaucrats attempt to ... ...

RBA decision: Australians spend their way to another rate rise

ANZ's unequivocal view was cemented by its proprietary data showing spending in shops in the final weekend of June rose 7.7 per cent ahead of the previous weekend - bumping up the monthly overall June number despite a sluggish start to the ... ...

Cochlear to fight patent dispute

In its initial claim filed in the US District Court Western District of Texas, the university says Cochlear should pay damages and be ordered to pay a compulsory ongoing royalty for the use of the technology. Cochlear implant devices are made up ... ...

ASX surge in early trade settles as tech stocks lose momentum

The big four banks rose marginally, while buy now, pay later service Zip Co jumped by over 6 per cent in the opening minutes of trade before settling to be 2.1 per cent higher at midday. Falling iron ore prices caused BHP to decline by 1.1 per ... ...

Hold on to your skinny jeans, it's the millennials' time to shine

As the country's head statistician David Gruen said last week when launching the first release of census data, the changing age demographics has "profound implications for the society we are", and also the society we'll become in the ... ...

Energy crisis: Australia's resources exports break records

While countries around the world are scrambling to secure non - Russian sources of fossil fuels in a bid to starve Moscow of revenue it needs to finance the war in Ukraine, Federal Resources Minister Madeleine King said record - high ... ...

'So stressed out': gas prices force Texans to rethink driving and spending

But with prices more than $1.50 a gallon higher than they were a year ago, even Texans are complaining, and changing their buying habits to make do. It makes me so stressed out just thinking about buying gas," Nancy Oncken, a retired ... ...

Reserve Bank interest rates: Borrowers set for another big rate rise as markets sweat economic data

In his recent public appearances, RBA governor Philip Lowe has made it clear that his board will do all that is necessary to bring inflation back to the two to three per cent target. However, he appeared to rule out taking a lead from the ... ...

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