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Tim Wilson Can Go To Hell!

Tim Wilson Can Go To Hell!

No, I haven’t started playing rugby. I’m suggesting that Tim Wilson can go to hell for reasons which have nothing to do with his personal life. Nor am I asserting my religious freedom by judging others.

Although that does beg the question that if I actually suggested he was going hell

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Advice from a happy migrant: love it or leave

Advice from a happy migrant: love it or leave

Donald Trump and his typing fingers are in trouble again (as they are pretty much every day) for telling “the Squad” of Democrat Congresswomen to “go back where they come from”. This was deemed to be deeply racist (the hashtag #RacistInChief is currently trending) as well as inaccurate, as three of

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Your body as a weapon: the rise of the ‘revenge body’ online

Your body as a weapon: the rise of the ‘revenge body’ online

A ‘revenge body’ is built to show someone how well you are doing without them. With the advent of social media the phenomenon is increasingly popular. Shutterstock

Months after a public breakup with her husband, the politician Barnaby Joyce, Natalie Joyce made news when she displayed her “new” body in a

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Uluru is not yours to climb

Uluru is not yours to climb

Even if you put aside basic cultural and spiritual respect, a look at the raw legal fact will tell you Uluru is as much public land as Pauline Hanson’s house

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Corporate Gangster: Adani’s Pursuit of Scientists

Corporate Gangster: Adani’s Pursuit of Scientists

The Adani conglomerate should be best described as a bloated gangster, promising the earth even as it mines it. Like other corporate thugs of such disposition, it will do things within, and if necessary outside, the regulatory framework it encounters. Where necessary, it will libel detractors and bribe critics, speak

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Wells Fargo tempers cost-cutting outlook

Wells Fargo tempers cost-cutting outlook

Wells Fargo & Co reported higher quarterly earnings on Tuesday, due in part to lower expenses, but the bank reined in its outlook for cost cuts to invest in improving its risk management.

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Wells Fargo tempers cost-cutting outlook

Wells Fargo tempers cost-cutting outlook

Wells Fargo & Co reported higher quarterly earnings on Tuesday, due in part to lower expenses, but the bank reined in its outlook for cost cuts to invest in improving its risk management.

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Wells Fargo tempers cost-cutting outlook

Wells Fargo tempers cost-cutting outlook

Wells Fargo & Co reported higher quarterly earnings on Tuesday, due in part to lower expenses, but the bank reined in its outlook for cost cuts to invest in improving its risk management.

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Wells Fargo tempers cost-cutting outlook

Wells Fargo tempers cost-cutting outlook

Wells Fargo & Co reported higher quarterly earnings on Tuesday, due in part to lower expenses, but the bank reined in its outlook for cost cuts to invest in improving its risk management.

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World News

Wells Fargo tempers cost-cutting outlook

Wells Fargo tempers cost-cutting outlook

Wells Fargo & Co reported higher quarterly earnings on Tuesday, due in part to lower expenses, but the bank reined in its outlook for cost cuts to invest in improving its risk management.

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Business & The Economy

How to generate income without equity risk

How to generate income without equity risk

The recent step down in cash rates was a final jolt to the savings of millions of Australians who live on interest from bank deposits. It took term deposits to 2% or less, barely keeping pace with inflation, while many savings accounts now pay negligible interest. The...

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Is the cash rate squeezing HUB24?

Is the cash rate squeezing HUB24?

Alan Kohler speaks with Andrew Alcock, CEO of HUB24, regarding the company’s independent investment and superannuation platform and the impact of lower interest rates. Become a TCI Community Member Now

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Home country bias

Home country bias

Scott Francis looks at the benefits of holding global shares in your portfolio, and explains the notion of ‘home country bias’. Become a TCI Community Member Now

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Australia’s Infrastructure Revolution

Australia’s Infrastructure Revolution

Dr John Hewson AM ⁠— Professor at the Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU and former Liberal opposition leader joins InvestSMART’s Chief Market Strategist Evan Lucas in this week’s episode of For What It’s Worth, to discuss Australia’s ability to trade with China over the next two decades, Trump’s

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Market Watch: The curious case of the yield curve

Market Watch: The curious case of the yield curve

As global markets prepare for the first rate cut from the Federal Reserve since the GFC, we look at why bond markets are moving against what theory suggests they should in a dovish stance. Become a TCI Community Member Now

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The big gap between growth and value stocks

The big gap between growth and value stocks

This week’s fund manager interview is with Clay Smolinski, Portfolio Manager at Platinum Asset Management. Nathan Bell speaks to Clay about the big gap between growth and value stocks and which sectors Platinum has been focussing on of late. Become a TCI Community Member Now

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Environment

Electric vehicles will play crucial storage role in renewables grid

Electric vehicles will play crucial storage role in renewables grid

Electric vehicles will be vital to decarbonising Great Britain and will play a critical role in providing greater flexibility for the grid and supporting increased production from renewable energy sources, according to a new report from National Grid.

The analysis predicts there will be up to 36

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ClearVue boosts solar glass plans with Taiwan manufacturing deal

ClearVue boosts solar glass plans with Taiwan manufacturing deal

Perth-based company ClearVue Technologies has inked a deal that will see it producing a key component of its transparent solar glass technology in an established PV factory in Taiwan.

The company says it has signed an MOU with Chinese company BeyondPV to set up a dedicated production

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Abbott era advisor re-emerges to oppose Crookwell wind farm

Abbott era advisor re-emerges to oppose Crookwell wind farm

Abbott era business advisor Maurice Newman has reignited his ferocious opposition to wind farms and has penned a personal submission to an independent planning review of stage 3 of the Crookwell wind farm that revives old myths about the impacts of wind turbines.

Newman – a former

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