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Money Arthur Fleischmann sculptures for sale after decades in storage

One of the sculptures from the Shapiro sale, Dawn, was later revised in this new medium. The story Arthur Fleischmann sculptures for sale after decades in storage first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald. Before he left for London in 1948 he asked a friend to place a series of bronze sculptures in storage until he could raise enough money to pay for shipping costs to England.That never happened. , born in 1896 in Bratislavia, had a fascinating life that included a decade spent in Sydney.
Leader
03/05
25 Points
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Money Johnson & Johnson to pay cancer victim $55m after losing second talcum powder lawsuit

“Instead of giving a warning, what they did was targeted the groups most at risk for developing ovarian cancer,” specifically marketing to overweight women, blacks and Hispanics, he said.A spokeswoman for Onder said Ristesund declined to comment.Talc is naturally occurring, mined from the soil and composed of magnesium, silicon, oxygen and hydrogen.
NewsComAu
03/05
19 Points
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Money Campaign to save Whyalla

Source: 7pm TV News SA | Duration: 2min 48secTopics:government-and-politics,business-economics-and-finance,sa. Posted May 03, 2016 20:05:45 SA Premier Jay Weatherill says he will push for Federal funding and policy to recognise the importance of steelmaking to national security as part of the mission to save Whyalla's steelworks and economy.
ABC
03/05
29 Points
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Money Australia cuts foreign aid budget further

ABC
03/05
10 Points
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Money Budget 2016: Superannuation shake-up to reduce high income tax breaks

Non-concessional contributions will also be subject to a lifetime cap of $500,000 from budget night, down from the current annual cap of $180,000, which will save the Government $550 million over the next four years. The two moves combined are expected to save a further $2.5 billion over the three years following their introduction on July 1 next year.
ABC
03/05
22 Points
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Money Budget 2016: Scott Morrison unveils business, income tax relief in nip-and-tuck fiscal blueprint

That money will stay in place for existing recipients but new welfare clients will not be able to access it.Topics:budget,federal-government,federal-parliament,federal-elections,government-and-politics,australia First posted May 03, 2016 19:31:09 . Tax receipts, while still growing overall, are expected to be $6.4 billion lower than mid-year estimates.
ABC
03/05
23 Points
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Money Budget 2016: Company tax break extended for small business, ATO multinational crackdown launched

ABC
03/05
23 Points
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Money How to teach kids about money in a cashless society

Penina Petersen with her husband Richard and children Coco and Saxon. But mum-of-two Penina Petersen still believes that cash is king when it comes to teaching young children about personal finances. Please consider your personal circumstances before making any financial decisions.* Readers can also visit anz.com/womenThe story How to teach kids about money in a cashless society first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.
Leader
03/05
24 Points
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Money Stocks slide as yen, euro gains

US crude futures rose to $US45 a barrel, slightly below the 2016 high of $US46.78 hit on Friday but 80 per cent above February's low.Spot gold also got a boost from the weak US dollar, rising above $US1,300 an ounce. The benchmark 10-year yield was at last at 1.83 per cent.Crude oil prices drew support from the weaker US dollar, inching back up towards Friday's 2016 highs.
NewsComAu
03/05
26 Points
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Money Leigh Sales asks Treasurer Scott Morrison if he’s being ‘a little bit optimistic’ in his Budget

” she asked.But Mr Morrison stood firm, arguing that the RBA was merely focused on achieving its inflation figure goal.“What the bank did today has been very much about inflation,” Mr Morrison said.“They have an inflation target of between 2 and 3 per cent ... ”Mr Morrison replied that he was being “realistically optimistic”, and that the Government’s enterprise tax plan and other measures would boost GDP by 1 per cent.
NewsComAu
03/05
10 Points
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