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ASIC review finds "unacceptable" delays by big banks in reporting breaches

ASIC review finds "unacceptable" delays by big banks in reporting breaches

ASIC is casting light once again on the poor behaviour of Australia's largest financial institutions. After several controversial issues were uncovered by the royal commission, ASIC has found further "unacceptable" delays by financial institutions in reporting, addressing and remediating significant breaches. In its late...

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Huxley School of Makeup lays foundation for success with "first of its kind" TAFE deal

Huxley School of Makeup lays foundation for success with "first of its kind" TAFE deal

After the milestone of managing makeup for 7,000 people at the Commonwealth Games this year, Gold Coast entrepreneur Michael Huxley is stepping up to the podium with confidence after a big win with TAFE Queensland. He says the Huxley School of Makeup is now "future proofing" the business through an official partnership with Tafe...

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Naomi Osaka and Kei Nishikori to return to Brisbane International

Naomi Osaka and Kei Nishikori to return to Brisbane International

Fresh from her stunning US Open win earlier this month against 23-time Grand Slam singles champion Serena Williams, world No.7 Naomi Osaka has announced that she will be kicking off 2019 at the Brisbane International. Osaka's US Open triumph marked not only her first Grand Slam title, but the first Grand Slam singles title to ever be ...

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New $50 million Rydges hotel to land at the Gold Coast Airport

New $50 million Rydges hotel to land at the Gold Coast Airport

Rydges have activated the landing procedures for its touchdown in the Gold Coast. The federal government has approved a new $50 million hotel in the Gold Coast Airport precinct, aimed at both locals and onward travellers alike. After receiving approval from the Federal Government, a seven-storey Rydges branded hotel will be developed ...

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Aussie company to lead WeChat expansion in South East Asia

Aussie company to lead WeChat expansion in South East Asia

You simply cannot do business in China nowadays without a WeChat account. Owned by Tencent Group, the social media platform and its associated WeChat Pay service are ubiquitous in China with rapid expansion internationally too. So how then did a Sydney-based company score a lucrative deal to expand WeChat Pay in South East Asia? We catch...

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How you can harness 'instability' to advance your career

How you can harness 'instability' to advance your career

Although it may have been a touch dramatic, Albert Einstein hit the nail on the head when he said, "once you stop learning, you start dying". In a fast-paced business landscape defined almost entirely by uncertainty and emerging technologies, learning new skills is virtually inseparable from success. According to innovation ...

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Looking for a fabulous place to celebrate the Melbourne Cup?

Looking for a fabulous place to celebrate the Melbourne Cup?

With the Melbourne Cup quickly approaching, securing the perfect venue is essential. A great venue can mean the difference between a decent night, or a night that your staff will talk about for years to come. We have put together a list of some of the best venues your city has to offer, where you can celebrate the Melbourne Cup in sty...

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Premier Investments bucks retail slump with record sales

Premier Investments bucks retail slump with record sales

Premier Investments (ASX: PMV) notched outstanding retail sales results in FY18 with a solid contribution from online, but a revaluation of one of its brands ultimately drove profits southward. Taking stock of an increasingly competitive apparel retail sector in Australia and New Zealand, an impairment expense of $30 million for Just...

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Consortium breaks milestone on 9,200km international fibre cable project

Consortium breaks milestone on 9,200km international fibre cable project

The consortium behind an ambitious construction of 9,200km worth of undersea fibre network between Perth and Singapore has today reached its first major milestone. Earlier this year, SubPartners, AARNet, Google, Indosat Ooredoo, Singtel and Telstra joined forces on the INDIGO project, a subsea cable network which has today celebrated the ...

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Nine ways to inject fun into corporate team building

Nine ways to inject fun into corporate team building

Choose from a range of corporate team building activities that your staff will love at RACV Resorts and Clubs. Enjoy Gin and Yin Yoga, a MasterChef cook-off, a scavenger hunt, or something entirely different. Whether you're planning a conference or a reward trip for the team, you can be sure one of the nine activities on offer wil...

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Sharks Events Centre to put on a show this Cup Day

Sharks Events Centre to put on a show this Cup Day

Watch all the live action from Flemington on five big screens at the Sharks Event Centre this Melbourne Cup. Enjoy a three-course menu and four-hour beverage package with the Nitrogenie Ice Cream Bar to satisfy the senses. Live music by Eleea Navarro, live betting facilities, a photobooth, sweeps and a best dressed fashion parade...

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Unlocking "unprofitable beasts" and why they need more patient capital

Unlocking "unprofitable beasts" and why they need more patient capital

Companies are staying private for longer than ever before with abundant capital on offer, but the flipside is that sizeable global funds are entering the Australian market earlier to make their mark on the startup community. Meanwhile, local public equity funds are often unable to do the same due to mandates that don't allow investmen...

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Celebrate the Melbourne Cup with the Gold Coast's most glamorous crowd at the QT

Celebrate the Melbourne Cup with the Gold Coast's most glamorous crowd at the QT

Choose from a fashionable Cup Day lunch or party at the QT's Stingray Lounge to celebrate the Melbourne Cup. The annual BAZAAR Melbourne Cup lunch will include an indulgent feast and champagne with Flemington streaming live on screen. There will be some serious style on display with awards for best dressed, and of-course a giganti...

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Celebrate the Melbourne Cup in paradise at the Marriott Resort

Celebrate the Melbourne Cup in paradise at the Marriott Resort

Enjoy a Melbourne Cup luncheon at the Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort and Spa. Treat your staff to a three-course spring lunch, and three hours of premium wine, beer and soft drink. With live entertainment by Musique, a fashion show presented by Harbour Town Shopping Centre and live coverage from Flemington, the day is sure t...

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The Agency set to acquire Top Level on $13.4m capital raising

The Agency set to acquire Top Level on $13.4m capital raising

The Agency Group (ASX: AU1) is going ahead with its acquisition of Top Level Real Estate, after securing $13.4 million in new equity. The Agency emerged from a trading halt this morning to announce that it will acquire the fast-growing Sydney firm upon raising $8.4 million from a share placement and $5 million from converting Top Level...

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Giddy up for a whiskey and wagyu Melbourne Cup lunch at Catch Restaurant

Giddy up for a whiskey and wagyu Melbourne Cup lunch at Catch Restaurant

Celebrate the Melbourne Cup at Catch Restaurant by The Hilton in Surfers Paradise. Enjoy live entertainment by Bogus Bookies and a winning trifecta lunch complete with whisky parings and a three-hour beverage package.

Have a punt at the charity auction with all proceeds going to the Black Dog Institute.

 
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Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre to celebrate Melbourne Cup in style

Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre to celebrate Melbourne Cup in style

Punters will kick off race day with a glass of moet or chandon on arrival at the Gold Coast Convention Center, followed by a four-course luncheon and beverage package. Cup day will be hosted by Charli Robinson with live entertainment by Funk N stuff sure to get guests on their feet. Race sweeps will support the Gold Coast Hospital Fou...

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Aged care providers tank in wake of royal commission announcement

Aged care providers tank in wake of royal commission announcement

After Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a royal commission into Australia's aged care system the preeminent providers of the service on the ASX saw their shares take a tumble. At 12.20pm AEST Aveo is down 4.28 per cent to $2.16, Estia is down 18.3 per cent to $2.41 per share, Japara is down 14 per cent to $1.44, and Regis Health...

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ANTG forms partnership to export Aussie cannabis to Germany

ANTG forms partnership to export Aussie cannabis to Germany

As the global cannabis market continues to expand at a serious pace, Aussie cannabis companies are reaching out globally to form a powerhouse export market. Australian Natural Therapeutics Group (ANTG)  has recently announced a partnership that will allow it to export its cannabis for German patients. In partnership with Cannamed...

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ASIC to take second bite of the pie in ANZ cartel scandal

ASIC to take second bite of the pie in ANZ cartel scandal

Back in June, ANZ, Citigroup, and Deutsche Bank got caught up in a widely publicised scandal relating to alleged criminal cartel charges. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission laid charges against the banks and several senior personnel from each of the financial institutions. Today, ASIC has once again gone after ANZ fo...

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Confidence in crisis: Overcoming collateral damage after strawberry needle disaster

Confidence in crisis: Overcoming collateral damage after strawberry needle disaster

The Scurr family and their company Piñata Farms have invested substantial sums to develop some of Australia's most advanced strawberry operations, including high-tech hydroponic substrate farming, new varieties and even metal detectors in the packhouse. But the latter was done to avoid stray rocks or jewellery, not needles like...

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CBDRobina's medical precinct continues growth with healthy $2.9m sale

CBDRobina's medical precinct continues growth with healthy $2.9m sale

M-Space QLD has purchased a 2,621sqm site from Robina Group with plans to deliver a new office and medical facility in CBDRobina. The building, to be called Vicinity Robina, is due to be completed in the second quarter of 2020. Located at 18 Campus Crescent, the site will offer 3,037sqm of net lettable area over three floors with inte...

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Crowdfunding reforms bolster investment pool for Aussie businesses

Crowdfunding reforms bolster investment pool for Aussie businesses

"It's almost creating Shark Tank for the public, or be your own Shark Tank, which is phenomenal from an innovation perspective in Australia," says Crowdfunding.com.au founder Chaz Prezident (pictured). Private Australian businesses will soon no longer need to become public companies if they want to access crowdfunding to rai...

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Tammy Hembrow's Saski Collection impresses at New York Fashion Week

Tammy Hembrow's Saski Collection impresses at New York Fashion Week

Her athleisure brand has only been around for just over a year, but already Tammy Hembrow is wowing crowds at New York Fashion Week. As the premier destination for fashion designers of all stripes and backgrounds, securing a runway at New York Fashion Week is a covetable moment. Hembrow showed her latest collection alongside other Aus...

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Why emotions are the secret weapon for successful leadership

Why emotions are the secret weapon for successful leadership

In business there is a saying- 'it's more important to think with your head than your heart'.

But, as modern research shows, this statement couldn't be further from the truth.

Professor Neal Ashkanasy of The University of Queensland Business School has built an academic career in the field of organisational beha...

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The paradox of choice. Why made-to-order might not solve the fashion industry's problems

The paradox of choice. Why made-to-order might not solve the fashion industry's problems

How could you go from winning awards for "Store Design of The Year" and "Best Shoe Ever" to selling nothing? In 2009 the Australian startup Shoes of Prey set out to make exactly the shoes its customers wanted. Customers could pick the designs, sizes and exact specifications, and Shoes of Prey would deliver exactly what...

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National Vet Care buys NZ group for $23m

National Vet Care buys NZ group for $23m

National Veterinary Care (ASX: NVL) may need to consider a name change as it grooms an international business through the acquisition of Pet Doctors Group in New Zealand. After a trading halt on Monday and an oversubscribed placement offer that raised $18 million yesterday, the Gold Coast-based group today announced it would be purchasing...

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Step down or face shareholder revolt, Solomon Lew urges Myer chairman

Step down or face shareholder revolt, Solomon Lew urges Myer chairman

Myer's (ASX: MYR) leading shareholder has demanded chairman Garry Hounsell "step down immediately" after the retailer reported a net loss in FY18 that is almost $130 million larger than its market capitalisation. Premier Investments Limited has been consistently railing against the Myer board's decisions over the past ye...

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Shock claims backfire on Alan Jones in largest defamation payout in Aussie history

Shock claims backfire on Alan Jones in largest defamation payout in Aussie history

Controversial radio star Alan Jones has failed to defend the defamatory claims he made surrounding the 2011 Grantham floods, resulting in Australia's largest ever defamation payout of $3.75 million in damages. The Sydney shock jock and broadcaster for 2GB and 4BC radio was found to have defamed the Wagner family over 27 broadcasts mad...

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Another "disappointing" result for Myer as profits slide

Another "disappointing" result for Myer as profits slide

"These results are obviously disappointing and shareholders deserve better," says Myer CEO John King. One of Australia's biggest retail brands has reported a 52 per cent plunge in profit for a financial year marked by shareholder indignation at a disappointing discount program that failed to deliver results. The bottom l...

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