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Employers could circumvent anti-discrimination laws and pay women more in superannuation than men, if federal MPs agree to a Greens proposal to be introduced into Parliament on Wednesday.
A Property Council report has found the industry contributed $25 billion of the state's $280 billion in economic activity in the 2013 financial year.
The issue of genocide has been sidestepped by conservative commentators, an avoidance that speaks volumes about our readiness to change.
The big four Australian banks could be forced to increase their capital buffers by up to $53 billion if the Financial System Inquiry takes aggressive measures to shore up the banking system, global credit rating agency Fitch Ratings says.
Bosses have the right to demand a better effort, says the Fair Work Commission.
ACT Greens Minister Shane Rattenbury said the cuts would have a detrimental impact.
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott's broken promise about funding cuts to the ABC may be hurting his profile at home, but apparently he's more popular than ever overseas.
Sydney's highly congested rail corridor between Penrith, Parramatta and the central business district will be targeted with a $1 billion series of works in the next few years.