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Tech Macquarie sale of Oceania Healthcare, take three

Part of the attraction for prospective acquirers is Oceania has pockets of premium real estate in Auckland - but it's a finite resources and the current owners have already trousered much of the potential profits. This time around Macquarie and its associates are asking for $550 million to $600 million for Oceania. Sources said the last time Oceania was up for sale Quadrant came close to buying it, but after putting forward its price, the owners demanded more.
Financial Review
03/05
53 Points

Sports Australia increase lead at top of ICC Test rankings

Australia have opened up a six-point gap over India at the top of the ICC Test rankings.Working heavily in Australia's favour, following the regular annual update, is the fact that results from 2012-13 are no longer included in the calculations and outcomes from series in 2014-15 are weighted at 50 per cent.India (112) lead third-placed Pakistan (111) by just one point in the adjusted rankings.
The Age
03/05
6 Points
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Sports Anzac Test: Beating New Zealand wouldn’t make Australia No.1, says Paul Gallen

It’s a big task for myself and Gal and the rest of the pack.“There is also the pressure there with losing the last three Tests to them so for myself, it’s a big job Friday night.”Download SuperFan NRL .
NewsComAu
03/05
4 Points

Australian entrepreneurs sell cans of clean Australian air to China

Research has found that China's poor air quality contributes to the deaths of more than 1.6 million people there each year - that's more than the population of Adelaide. "Each can is quite individual."Sydney's air quality forecast for today is good, in case this article gives you any ideas:  . "There is real interest in having some clean air from places they trust," he said.They are right to be nervous about what they breathe in.
The Age
02/05
11 Points
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‘Airbnb host stole my husband’

It turned out to be a twisted form of internet dating in my case.”This story originally appeared on The Sun.
NewsComAu
03/05
4 Points

Australian entrepreneurs sell cans of clean air to China

Research has found that China's poor air quality contributes to the deaths of more than 1.6 million people there each year - that's more than the population of Adelaide. "Each can is quite individual."The EPA says Melbourne's air forecast for today is good to very good, in case this article has given you any ideas. "There is real interest in having some clean air from places they trust," he said.They are right to be nervous about what they breathe in.
The Age
03/05
2 Points
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Travel Ski season Australia and New Zealand: 20 tips for first timers going to the snow

your first dismount from a chairlift, your first foray down a black-diamond run, your first look at the bill for lunch . See skimax.com.auThe story Ski season Australia and New Zealand: 20 tips for first timers going to the snow first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald. However, even in Australia and New Zealand you can find charming little mountains that are great for first-timers (and experts who know where to go). Plenty of rookie skiers have ended up with pretty ridiculous goggle tans.
Leader
02/05
25 Points
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Tech Jeff Kennett to Mike Baird's Cabinet: do as I say, not as I did

So pretty much don't do what he did, given he was summarily turfed out of office in 1999, failing to secure a third term having pissed off most of country Victoria.
Financial Review
02/05
8 Points
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Sports NRL 2016: Off-contract Panthers forward Elijah Taylor is eyeing off a switch to rugby union

Off-contract at the end of this season, Taylor has spent the best part of 2016 languishing in reserve grade after being dropped in round three by new coach Anthony Griffin.The 26-year-old is yet to enter into negotiations for next season with the Panthers, and a move back to the 15-man game in which he represented Auckland as a teenager remains an option.
NewsComAu
02/05
4 Points
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Money Replay

It may be churlish to note at this point that the polymer banknote was invented in Australia by the CSIRO. New Zealand's note has cohesion, integration and an earthy colour palette that Australia's lacks, says RMIT graphic design lecturer Stephen Banham. We flogged New Zealand in the cricket Test last November, remember. Last year more Australians moved to New Zealand than vice versa for the first time in yonks.
The Age
01/05
8 Points

Sports Anzac Test: Issac Luke dumped from revamped New Zealand squad to meet Australia

"In 2014, we took him down to the beach for a recovery, and he ended up rolling his ankle and breaking a bone in his foot."He a kid that's been in our Junior Kiwis programme and I remember watching him score four tries against the Junior Kangaroos a few years ago.
The Age
01/05
5 Points
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Sports Brumbies adamant they can end slump as Australian Super Rugby battle heats up

I was really proud of our performance."But there's no magical formula or tricks, we have to find a way to get the result to fall our way."SUPER RUGBY ROUND 11Friday: ACT Brumbies v Pretoria Bulls at Canberra Stadium, 7.45pm.
The Age
01/05
15 Points
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