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Cooper & Oxley administrators strike deal with subcontractors; construction to start again – ABC Online - February 16, 2018

ABC Online Cooper & Oxley administrators strike deal with subcontractors; construction to start again ABC Online "While it is expected that Cooper and Oxley can trade out of insolvency and return to business, this agreement makes it possible to resume work immediately on these important projects.

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NSW Department of Fair Trading probing Unique Estates collapse – The Australian - February 16, 2018

NSW Department of Fair Trading probing Unique Estates collapse The Australian According to a leaked document obtained by The Australian, McGrath Nicol informed Unique Estates' 30-plus employees late Thursday that there were insufficient funds to continue trading of the company's operations.

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Staff unpaid as luxury real estate agency collapses – Clarence Valley Daily Examiner - February 16, 2018

Clarence Valley Daily Examiner Staff unpaid as luxury real estate agency collapses Clarence Valley Daily Examiner The email stated that the business was headed for liquidation, and insolvency firm McGrath Nicol had been appointed, The Australian reported. "I'm sorry it has come to this," Ms van.

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Another nail in the coffin for UK PPPs: a sign for Australia’s PPP market? – The Mandarin - February 16, 2018

Another nail in the coffin for UK PPPs: a sign for Australia's PPP market? The Mandarin The NAO report understates the additional risk transfer that is unique to PPPs, such as the risk of contractor insolvency, and default for which the contractor's liability is capped or excluded. Governm.

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Lynne Anderson and Dean Pay to put the bite back in the Bulldogs – The Roar - February 15, 2018

The Roar Lynne Anderson and Dean Pay to put the bite back in the Bulldogs The Roar On the reform ticket were her husband Chris Anderson, long-term Bulldogs Steve Price, Paul Dunn, and the only survivor of the past Board Steve Mortimer with 824 Bulldog games between them, plus dual international John.

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‘Bank accounts frozen’ at luxury estate agency – Fraser Coast Chronicle - February 15, 2018

Fraser Coast Chronicle 'Bank accounts frozen' at luxury estate agency Fraser Coast Chronicle The email stated that the business was headed for liquidation, and insolvency firm McGrath Nicol had been appointed, The Australian reported. "I'm sorry it has come to this," Ms van Wijngaarde.

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