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AAP (Australian Associated Press) ist die größte Nachrichtenagentur in Australien. Der Fokus der Berichterstattung liegt in Australien/ Neuseeland, wobei mit Hilfe internationaler Partneragenturen das Weltgeschehen ebenfalls abgedeckt wird.
 
15.03.17 - 02:57
Retailers feel heat over penalties:Shorten (AAP)
 
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten says retailers are probably feeling the heat over the unpopular decision to cut Sunday penalty rates, prompting them to suggest a phased-in reduction. The Australian Retailers Association has proposed the Fair Work Com...
15.03.17 - 02:57
No mining tax regrets for WA Nationals (AAP)
 
The WA Nationals are sticking with their mining tax policy despite Brendon Grylls losing his seat and leadership of the party over the proposal. The 43-year-old took a big gamble when he pushed a plan ......
15.03.17 - 02:45
Westpac, ANZ to beef up FX controls (AAP)
 
Westpac and ANZ will overhaul aspects of their wholesale foreign exchange businesses under the eye of the corporate watchdog after inadequacies were identified. Both banks have entered into enforceable ......
15.03.17 - 02:45
Gas supply must be ensured: Canavan (AAP)
 
Federal Resources Minister Matt Canavan says gas producers must ensure domestic supplies and Victoria's blanket ban on gas projects makes no sense. Senator Canavan says a gas reserve is unnecessary because there are ample supplies of coal, even tho...
15.03.17 - 02:36
Market lower as banks, energy stocks fall (AAP)
 
The share market is lower due to weakness among the big four banks, energy producers and health care companies. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 was down 0.3 per cent at 1200 AEDT, with eight of the 12 sector ......
15.03.17 - 02:15
ACCC boss targets big companies′ deception (AAP)
 
The head of the consumer watchdog says some large companies are deliberately trying to deceive customers and that the effects are widespread. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims said on Wednesday the watchdog is cracking...
15.03.17 - 02:15
Australian car sales down 2.7% (AAP)
 
The number of new cars sold in Australia in February was down 2.7 per cent compared to January's figure. The Australian Bureau of Statistics on Wednesday said that seasonally adjusted sales fell to 94,786, with the largest drop, of 7.7 per cent, in...
15.03.17 - 02:09
Gas firms must ensure supply: Canavan (AAP)
 
Federal resources minister Matt Canavan says it's up to gas companies to ensure there's enough supply for the domestic market and there is not need for a reserve. Senator Canavan says a gas reserve is unnecessary because there are ample supplies o...
15.03.17 - 02:09
Commercial loans dive 7.1% in January (AAP)
 
Business and investor loans dived 7.1 per cent in January, while housing finance to owner occupiers declined by 0.2 per cent. The fall in commercial finance, which includes business loans and loans for ......
15.03.17 - 01:36
Consumer sentiment remains steady: Westpac (AAP)
 
Consumer sentiment remains steady in March as concerns about economic conditions, budget and tax have eased, according to Westpac. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute Index of Consumer Sentiment rose 0.1 per ......
15.03.17 - 01:18
Aust market down ahead of US rate decision (AAP)
 
Australian shares are trading lower, with investors cautious ahead of a divisive Dutch election and an expected US interest rate rise. At 1030 AEDT on Wednesday, the benchmark S&P/ASX200 was down 17 points, or 0.3 per cent, at 5742.1 points. CommSe...
15.03.17 - 00:42
Consumer sentiment stabilises: Westpac (AAP)
 
Consumer sentiment has stabilised as concerns about economic conditions, budget and tax have eased. The Westpac-Melbourne Institute Index of Consumer Sentiment rose 0.1 per cent to 99.7 points in March, ......
15.03.17 - 00:33
Workers stood down from $36b gas project (AAP)
 
At least 600 staff have reportedly been stood down from the $36 billion Inpex gas project in Darwin over a contract dispute. The ABC reports the workers have been stood down over a contract dispute between ......
15.03.17 - 00:21
PM puts gas chiefs on notice (AAP)
 
Gas companies can't expect to keep the goodwill of Australians if they're getting billions of dollars from exports while the local market is left short, Malcolm Turnbull has warned. The prime minister will meet gas industry chiefs on Wednesday for...
15.03.17 - 00:06
Iceland lifts capital controls (AAP)
 
Iceland has lifted its remaining capital curbs, easing restrictions on households and businesses and ending more than eight years of controls put in place as its banks collapsed in the 2008 financial crisis. The government started dismantling capita...
15.03.17 - 00:06
IMF urges G20 co-operation over trade (AAP)
 
The International Monetary Fund has called on the Group of 20 major economies to work together to preserve the benefits of trade and avoid protectionism, while also urging them to reduce external imbalances and halt policies that distort global trade...
14.03.17 - 23:54
Countdown to Brexit (AAP)
 
Prime Minister Theresa May will write to European Council president Donald Tusk by the end of March to trigger Britain's withdrawal from the European Union under Article 50 of the EU treaty. The country ......
14.03.17 - 23:39
Retailers suggest 2-stage penalties cut (AAP)
 
Retailers are suggesting the Fair Work Commission's decision to align Sunday penalty rates with Saturday should be implemented in two stages, allowing employers the benefit of the reduction and job opportunities in a "reasonable manner". The Austra...
14.03.17 - 23:31
Fancy a four day work week? The Greens do (AAP)
 
The Greens are calling for a national debate about shaking up the working week, with a proposal to shorten it to just four days. The party's leader Richard Di Natale is keen to question the long-held view that a good life can only come from work. ...
14.03.17 - 22:54
Syria bombing water source a war crime: UN (AAP)
 
Syria's air force deliberately bombed water sources in December, a war crime that cut off water for 5.5 million people in and around the capital Damascus, the UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Syria says. The commission said on ...
14.03.17 - 21:36
Greens start debate on four day work week (AAP)
 
The Greens are calling for a debate about the working week, with a proposal to shorten it to just four days. Ahead of an address to the National Press Club, the party's leader Richard Di Natale opened ......
14.03.17 - 21:27
Australian market is set to open lower (AAP)
 
The Australian market looks set to open lower following falls on Wall Street where trading was light ahead of the Federal Reserve's interest rate decision. At 0700 AEDT on Wednesday, the share price futures ......
14.03.17 - 17:42
PM turns up heat on gas chiefs (AAP)
 
Malcolm Turnbull and gas industry chiefs will meet on Wednesday for what's been described as a "frank conversation" about the energy crisis. The prime minister said ahead of the Canberra talks all Australians needed to be assured of reliable and af...
14.03.17 - 17:15
Improved mood expected at G20: IMF (AAP)
 
Treasurer Scott Morrison can expect to be greeted with a more optimistic mood when he meets his international counterparts in Germany later this week. It also relies on China managing the transition in its economy well and there are no major policy ...
14.03.17 - 16:32
Sorry not good enough, Turkey slams Dutch (AAP)
 
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan says a diplomatic row with the Netherlands can not be dismissed with an apology and is warning of further possible measures, after Ankara suspended high-level diplomatic ties with the Dutch. Incensed by Dutch and Ger...
14.03.17 - 14:21
International tourists flock to Gold Coast (AAP)
 
Federal Tourism Minister and Gold Coast MP Steven Ciobo released the latest figures from Tourism Research Australia on Wednesday. Mr Ciobo said the results showed the Gold Coast's popularity with the international market had outperformed that of Qu...
14.03.17 - 13:06
Bunnings sees opportunity in old UK homes (AAP)
 
Old houses in Britain and Ireland are a key reason home improvement giant Bunnings expects its UK expansion to be a success. Bunnings UK and Ireland managing director PJ Davis said 56 per cent of England's homes are more than 50 years old, presenti...
14.03.17 - 12:57
Erdogan hits out at Dutch over Srebrenica (AAP)
 
In a new verbal attack against the Dutch amid their growing diplomatic spat, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has held the Netherlands responsible for Europe's worst mass killing since World War II. Erdogan was referring to a Dutch battalion ...
14.03.17 - 11:31
BoE′s deputy Charlotte Hogg resigns (AAP)
 
Charlotte Hogg has resigned as Bank of England deputy governor after she failed to declare a potential conflict of interest about her brother's role at Barclays. "While I fully respect her decision taken in accordance with her view of what was the ...
14.03.17 - 09:51
EU wrong to stand by Netherlands: Turkey (AAP)
 
Turkey's foreign ministry says the European Union is exercising democratic values selectively and that it shouldn't be standing by the Netherlands, which it accuses of violating human rights and European values. In a joint statement on Monday, EU\...
14.03.17 - 07:18
Crisis looms for apprenticeship system (AAP)
 
Industry groups want the federal government to stump up cash to rescue the apprenticeship system from the brink of crisis. The number of apprentices and trainees in Australia almost halved between June 2012 and June 2016, the Business Council of Aus...
14.03.17 - 07:18
Qantas CEO wants Aust-NZ border shake-up (AAP)
 
Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce has renewed calls to simplify the border arrangements between Australia and New Zealand. "We think that Australia-New Zealand should have as seamless access as possible," Mr Joyce told a Trans-Tasman Business Circle...
14.03.17 - 07:01
Gas price threat to manufacturing future (AAP)
 
Critically short gas supplies are making local manufacturing difficult or even impossible, Australia's competition watchdog has warned, as a gas "crisis" puts jobsi in the sector at risk. As one of Australia's oldest brick manufacturers said it ma...
14.03.17 - 06:33
What is being said about SA′s energy plan (AAP)
 
"South Australians have been let down by a broken national energy market that puts profits before people. "Nowhere in Jay Weatherill's plan is the problem of South Australia's lack of cheap base load generation addressed....
14.03.17 - 06:33
Market steady after losing early gains (AAP)
 
The share market has closed almost flat as a disappointing domestic business confidence survey and Chinese economic data contributed to the loss of early gains. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 1.8 points, or 0.03 per cent, at 5,759.1 points at...
14.03.17 - 06:12
Britain moves closer to EU exit (AAP)
 
Britain has moved a step closer to leaving the European Union after parliament cleared the way for Theresa May to begin formal Brexit negotiations. The landmark legislation, which allows the prime minister to trigger the start of the Article 50 with...
14.03.17 - 05:48
Gas costs may drive Brickworks offshore (AAP)
 
Soaring gas prices could force Brickworks to bring to an end more than a century of brick making in Australia. The building products maker says its recent negotiations to secure gas supply until the end of 2019 have resulted in a 76 per cent price i...
14.03.17 - 04:42
Consumers warn of govt gas intervention (AAP)
 
Industry and consumers have accused gas exporters of holding them "hostage" and warn that the industry is facing government intervention. Packaging company Orora Group's chief executive Peter Dobney has accused liquefied natural gas exporters of ho...
14.03.17 - 04:36
Westpac deputy CEO Coffey to retire (AAP)
 
Westpac deputy chief executive Phil Coffey will retire at the end of May after more than 20 years with the lender. Mr Coffey was Westpac's head of institutional banking and chief financial officer prior to his three-year spell as deputy, first to G...
14.03.17 - 04:12
Apprenticeship system on brink of crisis (AAP)
 
Big business lobby groups want the federal government to cough up cash to avoid an apprenticeship crisis. The groups, including the Business Council of Australia and the Australian Industry Group, want the government to commit to a new National Part...
14.03.17 - 04:12
France′s political corruption could change (AAP)
 
Political corruption in France is common, and usually unpunished by law. Francois Fillon, who trained in the law, has been a politician since his late 20s. Now 63, he rose steadily through the ranks of the centre right until 2007, when he became pr...
14.03.17 - 04:06
US hopes to start NAFTA talks in June,July (AAP)
 
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says he hopes to launch formal talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico in a little over three months, setting in motion a campaign promise made by President Donald Trump. ...
14.03.17 - 03:36
Westpac′s deputy CEO to retire (AAP)
 
Westpac deputy chief executive Phil Coffey will retire at the end of May. Mr Coffey has been at Westpac for more than 20 years, serving in three executive roles over the past 15 years - as deputy CEO, ......
14.03.17 - 03:06
Gas costs may force Brickworks overseas (AAP)
 
Soaring energy prices could force Brickworks to shift its manufacturing overseas and end more than a century of making bricks in Australia. The company's recent negotiations to secure gas supply until the end of 2019 have resulted in a 76 per cent ...
14.03.17 - 02:45
Good business activity despite pull-back (AAP)
 
Business activity is expected to remain buoyant in the near term, despite a pull-back in conditions and confidence in February, according to National Australia Bank. NAB's monthly index of business conditions fell to nine last month, from the surpr...
14.03.17 - 02:39
Apprenticeship system on verge of crisis (AAP)
 
Big business lobby groups have banded together to insist the federal government act to avert an apprenticeships crisis. The groups, including the Business Council of Australia and the Australian Industry Group, want the government to commit to a new...
14.03.17 - 02:39
Market slightly higher thanks to miners (AAP)
 
The share market is modestly higher as gains in the resources and energy sectors offset weakness among banks, healthcare companies and utilities. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was up 0.12 per cent at ......
14.03.17 - 02:36
Gas crisis threat to jobs, factories: ACCC (AAP)
 
The head of Australia's competition watchdog warns gas shortages are making manufacturing "impossible" for some businesses and could cause factory closures and job losses. Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman Rod Sims says indust...
14.03.17 - 02:15
Gas prices could force Brickworks offshore (AAP)
 
Soaring energy prices could force Brickworks to make its building products overseas, chairman Robert Millner says. Brickworks has been hit with a 76 per cent price increase across its east coast operations ......
14.03.17 - 02:09
Trump′s healthcare faces uncertain future (AAP)
 
President Donald Trump has endorsed a plan by Republican US lawmakers to replace the Obamacare healthcare law but influential conservative groups have came out strongly against it, complicating the proposal's prospects for passage in Congress. Repu...





































 

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