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'Very challenging position': Qatar Airways chief says a woman can't do his job
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'Very challenging position': Qatar Airways chief says a woman can't do his job

Women have led countries and run companies. But managing an airline? Let's leave that to the men.

  • by Colin Kruger

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Pedestrians injured in CBD car crash
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Pedestrians injured in CBD car crash

Two cars have collided at the corner of William and La Trobe streets in Melbourne, injuring a group of pedestrians.

  • by Matilda Boseley, Robyn Grace & Carolyn Webb
Fire engulfs building on Macquarie Street in Sydney's CBD
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Fire engulfs building on Macquarie Street in Sydney's CBD

Construction workers scrambled up the scaffolding of a CBD worksite to escape a "wall of flame"

  • by Rachel Clun & Angus Thompson
Power nanna naps encouraged for AMP staffers

Power nanna naps encouraged for AMP staffers

After its rather scandalous appearance before the bank royal commission, a few people out there were suggesting that members of AMP’s board - and senior management - were asleep at the wheel

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Sir Frank Lowy prepares to say au revoir to his Westfield empire
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Sir Frank Lowy prepares to say au revoir to his Westfield empire

Sir Frank Lowy to chair his last Westfield AGM on Thursday

  • by Carolyn Cummins
John Johnston is reeling in Godfreys

John Johnston is reeling in Godfreys

There are many strings to 99-year-old John Johnston's bow, or should we say, reel.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
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Myer gets out the glitter for its charity ball

Myer gets out the glitter for its charity ball

They say charity starts at home, but the executives of the department store chain are hoping the Melbourne glitterati will open their wallets at the ball.l

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Jerry Schwartz is no fish out of water

Jerry Schwartz is no fish out of water

Hotel property magnate, Dr Jerry Schwartz, is still looking to install a giant fish tank at his Darling Harbour hotel.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Clouds darkening at the met bureau over pay storm
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Clouds darkening at the met bureau over pay storm

Workers at the weather service may well take over the employer's substantial social media presence to get their message out.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
Lottoland finds a friend in ... Mozambique

Lottoland finds a friend in ... Mozambique

Online betting group Lottoland is pulling out all the stops to try and block the federal government's effective ban on what it sees as 'fake'' or ''synthetic'' lottery websites.

  • by Carolyn Cummins
'Celebrating the Australian spirit': Thousands gather at Sydney Anzac Day dawn services
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'Celebrating the Australian spirit': Thousands gather at Sydney Anzac Day dawn services

As images of diggers were projected onto a building in Martin Place, thousands remembered Australia's serving men and women, past and present.