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Building approvals rise in July

Building approvals rise in July

Over the 12 months to July, building approvals were up 13.4 per cent, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday. A…

  • Ballance holds pricing 'to help farmers through spring' Fuseworks - 26 minutes ago

    Ballance Agri-Nutrients has today announced it is holding nitrogen prices to help shelter customers from the significant drop in the dollar and support production on farm this spring. "We know this is a crucial period for pastoral farmers, and with nitrogen a key feed source in farm budgets we are doing our best to help out where we can and support our customers to plan their feed requirements for spring," said Ballance CEO Mark Wynne. Ballance Science Manager Aaron Stafford advised farmers to focus on the nutrient inputs that drive production in the current season or year when planning budgets.

  • Sun shines on UK economy; China a risk AAP - 47 minutes ago

    UK growth has picked up pace in the three months to August but the economy faces risks from the knock-on effect of turbulence in China, the CBI says. Rain Newton-Smith, CBI director of Economics, said: "The weather may have been a washout this month, but the sun has certainly been shining on the British economy". Business and professional services - including accountancy, law and marketing firms - as well as retail made particularly large contributions though growth in manufacturing remained broadly flat, the CBI said.

  • Wollongong Coal axes 80 jobs AAP - 48 minutes ago

    Wollongong Coal is axing another 80 jobs and suspending mining operations at its Russell Vale Colliery in southern NSW. The mining company blamed the move on difficult operating and financial conditions. ...

  • Metgasco takes NSW govt back to court AAP - 55 minutes ago

    Metgasco is taking the NSW government back to court after the pair failed to strike a compensation deal over the suspension of the coal seam gas explorer's drilling licence. Metgasco says it will go to court to seek damages for the suspension and also wants a judicial review to have a permit for an area near Grafton renewed and a production licence awarded for the Richmond Valley area. Metgasco in April won a long-running Supreme Court legal battle over the government's decision in 2014 to suspend its drilling licence near Lismore in northern NSW.

  • Capital city home prices rose 0.3% in Aug. AAP - 58 minutes ago
    Capital city home prices rose 0.3% in Aug.

    Dwelling prices have risen an average of just 0.3 per cent in Australia's capital cities, to be up by 10.2 per cent from this time last year. August's result from CoreLogic RP Data, released on Tuesday, ...

  • Australian market opens lower AAP - 1 hour 3 minutes ago

    The Australian share market has opened lower, weighed down by the financial sector as uncertainty on global markets continues. Wall Street fell with nervous investors selling down stocks amid continued worries over the potential impact of China's slowdown. IG chief markets strategist Chris Weston said traders were still questioning what was happening with the macro economic backdrop.

  • Qantas lifts passenger numbers in July AAP - 1 hour 10 minutes ago
    Qantas lifts passenger numbers in July

    Passenger numbers are on the rise at Qantas, with a solid increase in overseas travellers. The flying kangaroo lifted total passenger numbers by 2.1 per cent during July. Driving the result was a 5.3 per ...

  • US stocks close out worst month in 3 yrs AAP - 1 hour 12 minutes ago

    Fears about a slowdown in China's economy and concerns about when the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates pushed stocks sharply lower. The selling started midway through the month after China shocked investors by devaluating its currency. The move, an effort to boost China's economy, seemed to have the opposite effect.

 

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