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The Conversation

Shift to online music underscores power of a handful of tech giants

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imageThey came in like a wrecking ball... online firms like YouTube, Spotify and Apple have fundamentally changed the way we consume. But whose rights are protected?AAP Image/Julian Smith

Digital music downloads and online streaming sales have now overtaken sales of CDs and records for the first time, underscoring just how fundamentally the internet has...

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What Jeremy Clarkson taught us about incivility in the workplace

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imageBefore the biff: James May, Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond during the filming of a 'Top Gear' episodeAAP/EPA/Andy Rain

The BBC had little choice: they could hardly renew Jeremy Clarkson’s contract after he’d biffed a producer into the emergency department. The BBC’s internal investigation reveals that the hapless producer,...

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  9. True Detective, Breaking Bad – the simple truth about complexity
  10. Fortescue's roster changes signal waning of the cashed-up FIFO era
  11. Investor rights to sue governments pose real dangers
  12. High youth unemployment can't be blamed on wages
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  14. The alpine grazing debate was never about science
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  26. Manifesto Check: Greens go big on environment but what’s the political end game?
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Politics

Prime Minister interview with Alan Jones

Good morning Alan.   ALAN JONES: Thank you for your time. Could I just begin by saying that politicians rarely get praise. I have been speaking to farmers during the course of the weekend. You wen...

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Scott Morrison on Shorten's Border Protection backdown

Border Protection   PRIME MINISTER: Less than 24 hours ago, I warned Australia that Bill Shorten would make Australia weaker and the Labor Party would weaken our border protection. That they could...

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Funding to support women and children escaping domestic violence

Hundreds more women and children escaping domestic and family violence will have a safe place to sleep with a $78 million investment by the Morrison Government.   This investment includes a $60 mi...

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Business News

Sharing the Load - A Guide to Outsourcing as an SME

As a small and medium-size enterprize you need to be able to keep pace with changing technologies and stay ahead of the game. Generally, this means there is a definite need to outsource your SME’s I...

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Why Branding is vital to your family owned business

Once available only to large corporations, branding is now more accessible and vitally important to every size (and type) of family business, including yours. But what is branding and how does it ...

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Statewide Super announce Tony D’Alessandro as CEO

Tony D’Alessandro Tony D’Alessandro will be the new Chief Executive Officer of Statewide Super, effective 1 March 2019. Mr D’Alessandro will replace Richard Nunn, who in January announced his ...

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Travel

Older generation Australians are embracing solo travel

Allianz predicts a rise in solo travel in 2019, revealing those most likely to ‘go -it-alone’ among the 50+ age group   The popular ‘solo travel’ trend is predicted to continue in 2019 with mor...

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Fun Things You Must Do In Perth

Perth: Sun, sand and 19 beaches might seem to sum up the city, but not quite. The sunniest capital city in Australia offers so much more for you to do. Regardless of what your idea of fun is, you wi...

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ex-HMAS Tobruk dive site Fraser Coast

Fraser Coast Has a New Sunken Treasure for Divers to Explore A rush of scuba divers from around Australia is expected to begin exploring the underwater wonderland created by the ex-HMAS Tobruk after...

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