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Inquiry nails the banks and the government

With the resignation of AMP’s chief executive, Craig Meller, the banking royal commission within weeks of starting work has achieved spectacular results.
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Banks and Coalition must pay the price

The financial institutions could somewhat ameliorate the opprobrium they currently face.
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Clubs not interested in $6000 fix to help problem gamblers

Moving ATMs 30 metres away from poker machine in pubs and clubs would help gamblers struggling to control the habit, a study commissioned by the NSW government says.
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Graft, favours, bullying and barbecues at Canterbury Council

The corruption watchdog has laid bare the cosy relationships between developers and councillors and staff at the former Canterbury council.
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From Wee Waa, with heart, to deep in the heart of Texas

Wee Waa students wowed their local community and the tech world, to take them to Texas.
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