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JULY 16, 2014 AAP POLICE dogs have sniffed out a suspected petrol thief hiding in scrub after a police chase in outer Melbourne. OFFICERS tried to pull over a ute that had been reported for driving off without paying for...

Yasemin Talat 14 July 2014 Bacchus Marsh’s APCO Service Stations outlet director Peter Anderson said petrol theft was “ridiculous”. Service station owners across Victoria are fed up with petrol thieves robbing their businesses of hundreds of dollars a week. The...

NACS Online July 16, 2014 Gum sales continue to decline, as mints steal market share. ​NEW YORK – As stocks creep ever higher and spark bubble concerns, one other bubble appears to be popping: the gum market. CNBC reports that...

JULY 16, 2014 news.com.au ONCE upon a time, you strolled down the supermarket aisle and picked up your groceries for the week. But that’s not enough for Coles and Woolworths who are looking to increase their share of your wallet....

LAUREN WILSON JULY 17, 2014 NEWS CORP AUSTRALIA NETWORK AUSTRALIAN teenagers are drinking and smoking less than they were three years ago, and are waiting longer before experimenting with alcohol. The surprising findings are contained in a major new report...

Eloise Keating 17 July 2014 smartcompany Business groups are celebrating the much-awaited repeal of the carbon tax, which passed the Senate earlier this morning. After the chaos of last week, when amendments from mining-magnate-turned-politician Clive Palmer threatened to derail the...

JORDANNA SCHRIEVER JULY 17, 2014 THE ADVERTISER A KNIFE-WIELDING bandit with a craving for sweet treats has robbed two teenagers of six boxes of doughnuts, after they waited in line at Adelaide’s new Krispy Kreme store. About 9.40pm last night...

James Bolt July 17, 2014 News.com.au A report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare released today has found that teenagers are drinking and smoking less and waiting longer to experiment with alcohol. The surprising findings are contained in...

17th July 2014 Convnience World Australian consumers will be forced to pay as much as $8 billion per year under the container recycling scheme that is being considered by state governments. The $8 billion price tag for a national container...

JOHN ROLFE JULY 21, 2014 NEWS CORP AUSTRALIA CONSUMERS are being slugged $5 to withdraw cash and $3.50 to check their balance in the great ATM fee-for-all. Incredibly, these might not even be the biggest charges. Other data indicates fees...

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