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'No honesty comes out' - inquiry into 87-year-old's bruised face

'No honesty comes out' - inquiry into 87-year-old's bruised face

Frances Woolveridge's family wants answers over conflicting explanations to her injuries.

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'Chilling': Aged care horror stories spark calls for quick action

'Chilling': Aged care horror stories spark calls for quick action

Aged care advocacy groups say establishing minimum staff-to-resident ratios to protect elderly Australians in care won't be enough to end neglect and abuse.

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Pharma companies avoid estimated $215m a year in local tax: Oxfam

Pharma companies avoid estimated $215m a year in local tax: Oxfam

Pharmaceutical companies avoided an estimated $215 million in tax in Australia a year over three years - almost four times the $63 million paid, Oxfam says.

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Investors wipe $500 million off under siege aged care stocks

Investors wipe $500 million off under siege aged care stocks

The share prices of aged-care operators across the country tanked on Monday morning after Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a royal commission into the sector.

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Tax Office reputation takes a hit among online users
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Tax Office reputation takes a hit among online users

Community perceptions about the ATO took a hit, as its reputation suffered amid IT outages and complaints about its treatment of small business taxpayers.

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Toy story: Shard engineer says changing stereotypes starts with kids' pressies

Toy story: Shard engineer says changing stereotypes starts with kids' pressies

Engineering is not a gender balanced profession. The best way to change it is to end stereotypes imposed on children and wider society, says Roma Agrawal.

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Pathology workers win 20% pay rise after 'David and Goliath battle'

Pathology workers win 20% pay rise after 'David and Goliath battle'

Primary Health Care will grant pay rises of up to 20 per cent to 600 workers in its Victorian pathology division following a Fair Work Commission decision.

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Love hurts: Unsuspecting partners get caught up in tax nightmares
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Love hurts: Unsuspecting partners get caught up in tax nightmares

Unsuspecting wives often end up in a world of pain, simply because they chose the wrong partner in life.

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End 'democratic dysfunction', don't censor Bannon: Larry Kramer

End 'democratic dysfunction', don't censor Bannon: Larry Kramer

Censoring Steve Bannon is not democratic, says Larry Kramer, president of the William & Flora Hewlett Foundation, a large charitable organisation in the US.

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Days of 'boozy, boys’ culture' are not over, says top businesswoman

Days of 'boozy, boys’ culture' are not over, says top businesswoman

Women in banking have long been confronted by a “boozy, boys culture", and those days are not yet over, says leading businesswoman Ann Sherry.

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Had it been Lehman Sisters, world would be different, IMF chief says

Had it been Lehman Sisters, world would be different, IMF chief says

Internationa Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde says had a woman been in charge of Lehman Brothers, the whole global financial crisis may have been averted.

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