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|Just as Victorian Premier Dan Andrews toasted each and every Victorian with caramel-iced doughnuts and a top-shelf bottle of Starward whiskey to celebrate the end of Melbourne's lockdown, European governments -- one after the other -- have been ...|
|... rules, stayed the course, worked with me and my team, to bring this second wave to an end." This was what state premier Dan Andrews told all Victorians and the rest of Australia at his 26 October press conference as he declared the battle with the second ...|
|Just in time for the Southern Hemisphere spring season, latest surveys showed both business and consumer confidence in Australia springing back up. The NAB business confidence index improved to a reading of -8 points in August from -14 in the previous ...|
|Victorian premier Dan Andrews is copping it left, right and centre - citizens, businesses, medical experts, politicians - after dangling and later extending (by another two weeks) the planned September 13 end of lockdown. Already, fresh modelling by ...|
|... stage of looser coronavirus restrictions after the clock strikes 12 on the midnight of June 22. Instead, state premier Dan Andrews suspended the planned easing of restrictions for restaurants and pubs, and limits on household and public gathering were ...|
|... need that support, whether it be businesses, families, individuals, or indeed communities." (Victoria state premier Dan Andrews)|
|... government has locked down 39 suburbs. With infected cases continuing to rise since then, Victorian state premier Dan Andrews is not ruling out expanding restrictions to other suburbs and all of Victoria if needs be. But hey, Australia remains the Lucky ...|
|... signs - even threatening fines and/or imprisonment. The second wave has come to Victoria. In response, state premier Dan Andrews has re-imposed lockdowns in 36 suburbs as at the end of June, with another three suburbs put into home detention on July ...|
|... of increased coronavirus infection cases in the Australian state. It's become so concerning that state premier Dan Andrews has reportedly sought assistance from the Australian Defence Force (ADP) to help deal with the rising rate of infections. Other ...|
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The industry superannuation fund has completed its merger with WA Super initiated earlier this year and now has $135 billion in assets and one million members.
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IOOF yesterday said it won't be pursuing an offer to buy its retail trustee Australian Executor Trustee business.
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Despite the growing emphasis on sustainability and the mainstream nature of ESG considerations, investors are still struggling to find adequate data to inform their decisions.
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The former head of advice for Shadforth has moved to Akambo Financial Group, a boutique dealer group with big growth plans.
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