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Takata airbag recall to become compulsory as crisis hits 3.3 million cars in Australia – NEWS.com.au - September 21, 2017

NEWS.com.au Takata airbag recall to become compulsory as crisis hits 3.3 million cars in Australia NEWS.com.au There have been 19 deaths globally — including one in Australia — as a result of faulty Takata airbags which spray shrapnel when deployed in a crash because they have an unstable explos.

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Almost $18b in lost super waiting to be claimed – The Sydney Morning Herald - September 21, 2017

The Sydney Morning Herald Almost $18b in lost super waiting to be claimed The Sydney Morning Herald Toy store chain Toys 'R' Us has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US and Canada. ... One of Australia's most prominent businessmen has come under fire after comparing heterosexual .

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ARU chief Bill Pulver, Rob Clarke under scrutiny in Senate inquiry – Courier Mail - September 21, 2017

Courier Mail ARU chief Bill Pulver, Rob Clarke under scrutiny in Senate inquiry Courier Mail The allegation came during a feisty first day of the Senate inquiry into Australian rugby in Perth, where ARU boss Bill Pulver was also grilled by three WA senators about the Force's closure. Clarke.

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ARU chief Bill Pulver, Rob Clarke under scrutiny in Senate inquiry … – Courier Mail - September 21, 2017

Courier Mail ARU chief Bill Pulver, Rob Clarke under scrutiny in Senate inquiry ... Courier Mail FORMER ARU deputy Rob Clarke has rejected accusations of former Force boss Mark Sinderberry that he undermined the WA club as a secret Melbourne ... and more ».

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Why The Government Isn’t Interested In Making Housing Affordable – Huffington Post Australia - September 21, 2017

Huffington Post Australia Why The Government Isn't Interested In Making Housing Affordable Huffington Post Australia ... increased risk of bankruptcy. While we await the inevitable "readjustment", the warnings of a housing bubble are plentiful and go largely unheeded. Take Willem Buiter, for ex.

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Telemovie explores a new angle on Australia Day – Fraser Coast Chronicle - September 20, 2017

Fraser Coast Chronicle Telemovie explores a new angle on Australia Day Fraser Coast Chronicle FOR many Australians, January 26 is a time for celebration with family and friends, but it's a dark day for the characters of a new telemovie. Following three stories over an intense 12-hour period on .

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