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Sport: Samoa Rugby Union close to bankruptcy – Radio New Zealand - October 23, 2017

Radio New Zealand Sport: Samoa Rugby Union close to bankruptcy Radio New Zealand "We've selected Kahn (Fotuali'i) so he might cover the first five as well if (required) - Kahn can play first five too but Rohan is doing well in Australia. He's playing a similar (level) to Mitre 10 Cup .

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Opinion: End of the road as Holden closes last factory and history book on Australian car manufacturing – Courier Mail - October 22, 2017

NEWS.com.au Opinion: End of the road as Holden closes last factory and history book on Australian car manufacturing Courier Mail The death of Holden comes not quite 70 years after the company produced the first mass-produced Australian car, the 48-215 in 1948, and follows the closure of rival car ma.

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Debt agreements and how to avoid unnecessary debt traps – TheBull.com.au - October 22, 2017

TheBull.com.au Debt agreements and how to avoid unnecessary debt traps TheBull.com.au Debt agreements are the fastest growing form of personal insolvency in Australia. They were designed to offer debtors a low-cost way to make arrangements with their creditors, while avoiding bankruptcy and some of .

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Disgraced former Essendon sports scientist Stephen Dank declared bankrupt – Herald Sun - October 22, 2017

Herald Sun Disgraced former Essendon sports scientist Stephen Dank declared bankrupt Herald Sun The biochemist in 2016 unsuccessfully approached the AFL appeals board to overturn a ban which prevents him from working in any sport in Australia or overseas. He was injured when shots were fired at his .

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Crown Casino: Gambling industry ‘Australia’s equivalent of the NRA’, Tim Costello says – ABC Local - October 20, 2017

ABC Local Crown Casino: Gambling industry 'Australia's equivalent of the NRA', Tim Costello says ABC Local The Alliance for Gambling Reform has slammed plans for a mega casino in Brisbane, saying the gambling industry is Australia's "blind spot" and akin to the National Rifle Ass.

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Solar industry fears for thousands of jobs should US impose import restrictions – Yahoo7 News - October 20, 2017

Solar industry fears for thousands of jobs should US impose import restrictions Yahoo7 News SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore-headquartered solar panel maker REC hopes to be exempt from potential U.S. restrictions on imports following a recent trade finding that said no significant injury to the Unite.

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