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Lead the way to the heights of success

A great leader drives a business to succeed beyond what’s generally accepted as possible. They look ahead but don’t leave others trailing in their wake, sharing their knowledge and empowering the team to succeed. They know it’s not just about themselves. But leaders in the Australian workplace are facing a new set of “do or die challenges” that can’t be ...

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The little street that is Perth’s best-kept real estate secret

If Bassendean’s North Road is Perth’s biggest real estate secret, it is easy to see why. The road runs about 2km south from Guildford Road, but it is the smaller stretch where the homes back on to the Swan River where it really shines. Many of the homes sit on huge 5000sqm blocks. They have impressive frontages, driveways that are ...

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South-eastern suburbs of Perth next in line for access to National Broadband Network

Parts of Perth’s south-eastern suburbs will soon be able to access the National Broadband Network as the company reveals a spike in the number of people wanting high-speed internet. The NBN Co., in its monthly update to be released today on the $50 billion broadband internet rollout across the country, will confirm more than 34,000 homes and businesses in Perth ...

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Barty too strong in fiery Nottingham final

Ashleigh Barty has heaped disappointment on Britain’s home hope Johanna Konta for a second successive year in the Nottingham Open as she ran out a three-set winner in a tight and compelling final. A disgruntled Konta, beaten in the final of the same pre-Wimbledon grass tournament by Donna Vekic last year, found the rising 22-year-old too tough a hurdle as ...

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Personal tax cuts up for Senate debate

Finance Minister Mathias Cormann is staying tight-lipped about how his negotiations over the Turnbull government’s tax package are going with the Senate crossbench. “I don’t provide running commentary on my conversations with Senate colleagues,” he told reporters on Sunday. Plans for both personal income and business tax cuts will be put to the test during the next two weeks of ...

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Angelina Jolie visits Iraq refugee camps

The world is failing to properly invest in the Syrian refugee crisis and families, women, and children are suffering terribly as a result, UN refugee agency special envoy Angelina Jolie says. The Hollywood actress was visiting the Domiz Camp, in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region of Iraq, which is home to 33,000 Syrian refugees displaced by seven years of civil war. ...

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Brian Burston could join Clive Palmer

AAP Monday, 18 June 2018 4:32AM Camera Icon Former One Nation senator Brian Burston could join Clive Palmer’s new political party. Facebook Icon Twitter Icon Email Icon Link Icon Former One Nation senator Brian Burston is weighing up whether to join Clive Palmer’s new political party, with a decision expected on Monday. Senator Burston has been in talks with Mr ...

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Vandals paint ‘lewd markings’ at memorial site

[unable to retrieve full-text content]VANDALS have painted lewd markings on a makeshift memorial site for rape and murder victim Eurydice Dixon overnight. Click here to Read from the source

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Mighty continue to fall as Brazil struggle

[unable to retrieve full-text content]BRAZIL’S bid for a sixth World Cup got off to a slow start as Switzerland withstood an early onslaught to snatch a 1-1 draw in Rostov-on-Don. Click here to Read from the source

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