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 2003 Tax Pack Problem 2003 Tax Pack Problem
After recently receiving a Phonepack 2003 to lodge my tax return by phone I was concerned to find that when I called the Superannuation Infoline connected to the tax office (131020) the form that they have in front of them to assist you with questions isn't the form 2003 Telephon Read more..

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 Bracks in USA on a mission. Bracks in USA on a mission.
16 June 2003 - PREMIER Steve Bracks yesterday flew to the United States to sell Victoria. But the Opposition claimed he has failed to deliver any significant foreign investment from previous overseas trips. Mr Bracks will head a delegation of more than 100 scientists, research Read more..

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 Buyers snaring property bargains Buyers snaring property bargains
HOME buyers are already snaring property bargains as Melbourne's real estate market begins to feel the effects of rising interest rates and falling auction clearance rates. House prices are being knocked down by as much as $20,000 by desperate sellers. And of about 1300 aucti Read more..

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 Cyber-stalkers face stiff jail terms Cyber-stalkers face stiff jail terms
Victorians convicted of electronic stalking could be jailed for up to 10 years under tough legislation proposed by the State Government. Presenting the Crimes (Stalking and Family Violence) Bill to Parliament yesterday, Attorney-General Rob Hulls said the bill would be Austral Read more..

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 fairtax.gov.au fairtax.gov.au
The Australian Government is ensuring multinational corporations pay their fair share of Australian tax. Were introducing new laws, closing loopholes and ensuring profits are taxed here. As a result, more money will be invested here, benefiting Australian communities and Read more..

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 Four-N-Twenty Pies - Australian again... Four-N-Twenty Pies - Australian again...
July 12 2003 - From next month the iconic Four'n Twenty meat pie will not only be Victorian-made, but also Victorian-owned. Gippsland company Patties Bakery yesterday announced it had bought the brand from US-based company Simplot, after months of negotiations. In a deal Read more..

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 Health experts meet in Melbourne Health experts meet in Melbourne
HEALTH experts from around the world will gather in Melbourne today to tackle some of the most important health issues. The 18th world conference on health promotion, held under the auspices of the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE), was opened yest Read more..

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 Hotel issues total smoking ban. Hotel issues total smoking ban.
The Novotel St Kilda will become Melbourne's first smoke-free major international hotel when it bans smoking in all its rooms and indoor public areas from June 1, reports The Age. The hotel, on The Esplanade, has decided on the ban after consultation with guests and two years Read more..

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 Hotel proposed for Eastlink Hotel proposed for Eastlink
The ConEast Group consortium that operates EastLink announces plans to move into the hotel industry by building hotels on its road network. The consortium is expanding it's portfolio and looking to open hotels across Australia. So far specific sites have not been identified Read more..

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 Melbourne Apartment sells for $8.325m Melbourne Apartment sells for $8.325m
A MELBOURNE business man this week paid $8.325 million for a St Kilda Rd apartment -- making it the city's most expensive. The apartment is on the top floor, the 20th, of the yet-to-built $180 million Yve tower. The average price of the complex's apartments is about $890,000. Read more..

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 No stop for stockmarket predator David Tweed No stop for stockmarket predator David Tweed
Herald Sun editorial reports, UNLIKE New South Wales, Victoria has no law that can halt the activities of stockmarket predator David Tweed. As reported in yesterday's Herald Sun, Tweed's modus operandi is to use Victorian courts to pursue victims who have been conned into sell Read more..

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 Putting a price on retirement Putting a price on retirement
The Age reports the cost of retiring to a life of good food and creature comforts has been put at $118 a week. That is the amount a study has found that a 30-year-old couple earning $85,000 needs to save on top of their current superannuation to have a comfortable retirement. Read more..

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 School Kitchen Garden School Kitchen Garden
SCHOOL KITCHEN GARDEN - AUGUST 2003 For many school-aged children, the experience of preparing a fresh meal is sadly lacking in their lives. But celebrity chef Stephanie Alexander is doing her bit to change that as she teaches a group of Melbourne students a trick or two in th Read more..

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 Spam Act 2003 Spam Act 2003
Anti-spam law to take effect on April 11 The recently passed Spam Act 2003 will come into effect on April 11 next year with legislated grace period allowing businesses time to adjust their practices where necessary, a media release from Communications Minister Daryl Williams Read more..

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 Tech-savvy, multicultural and better off Tech-savvy, multicultural and better off
Melburnians earned more, were more family-focused and computer-savvy and more multicultural than other Australians, census data released today showed. But country Victorians continued to lag economically behind their city counterparts and had more lone-person households. Read more..

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 Yahoo users most interested in KaZaa in 2003 Yahoo users most interested in KaZaa in 2003
Look out Recording Industry Association of America. US Web surfers wanting information about the KaZaa peer to peer (P-to-P) file sharing program pushed the software to the top of Yahoo Inc.'s list of the most popular search terms in 2003, beating out media heavyweights such as H Read more..

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