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Actived: Friday Jan 22, 2021


Timing of bonuses to Australia Post executives inappropriate

Coupons for meat, tea, sugar and clothing. We had air raid shelters in our gardens and schools. Gas masks were issued and wardens practised putting out incendiary bombs.

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Top up your tank, motorists warned - The Age

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Petrol hits $1.47 a litre - The Age

Victorian motorists are reporting petrol prices of up to $1.47 a litre at the pump as the state's peak motoring body warns of further rises next week.

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Penny-pinching boredom

But what's wrong with just clipping out Handy Hints coupons in women's magazines? Do we really need an entire television show devoted to the financial perks of walking the dog ("It may look like a

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We fought them on the beaches, and we never gave in

There was a great big dug-up sealed-off area of sand, I remember, with red rope around it, and tokens or coupons were hidden there, and after a pistol got fired, the deliriously happy pent-up

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From the Archives, 1950: Butter rationing finally ends; no

First published in The Age on June 17, 1950. Butter Off Ration Today; Coupons Still for Tea. Canberra, Friday – Immediate abolition of butter rationing was announced tonight by the Prime

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Ludmila's Broken English - The Age

Adroitly, it picks off target after target: the chaos of the post-Soviet world as much as the "greed is good" mania sweeping the so-called civilised societies of the West.

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Subprime butterfly effect already creating local tremors

Asked whether Grange had changed its CDOs such as Federation, she replied: "Federation has maintained its investment grade rating and continues to perform to its terms and pay coupons."

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Coronavirus: Victorian international students still

In late April, the state government announced an emergency relief fund promising vulnerable students without work due to the COVID-19 crisis a one-off payment of up to $1100 .

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Bad boy Brad - The Age

With FAI's initial $600,000 investment Cooper and the insurer set up FAI Home Security, which was later spun off as Home Security International and floated on the US stockmarket.

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