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Abbott government questions dividend imputation and company tax rate - South Coast Register
The Abbott government is questioning Australia's dividend imputation system and pushing the case to cut the corporate tax rate in its much-anticipated tax discussion paper. The government is warning that Australia's "heavy reliance" on business and ...

Palm Sunday rally for refugees with Jon Stanhope - South Coast Register
Newly-minted ACT Senator Katy Gallagher will campaign for the Labor Party to soften its harsh policy on asylum seekers, at its national conference this year. She has joined a ginger group within the party that is uncomfortable with Australia holding people ...

Misleading spin on electricity did not pay off - South Coast Register
The election result in NSW makes it very clear that a state government with a strong focus on building new infrastructure, which says clearly how they will afford those projects, can earn the support of the people. The results speak for themselves.

The morning after for Baird: full steam ahead on privatisation - South Coast Register
Sail boats bobbed in the background, and ferries hooted as the man of the moment stood near the spot thought to have been named by Arthur Phillip to describe his first meeting with the polite but naked locals. Even the sea was a Liberal blue as the ...

Fortescue Metals' Nev Power has 'great confidence' in China's long-term iron ore demand - South Coast Register
Bo'ao, China – With arguably no other major miner's fortunes so inextricably linked to the health of the Chinese economy, it is little surprise when Fortescue Metals Groups chief executive Nev Power says he has "great confidence" in the long-term ...

CBD: Air NZ's Cam Wallace comes down to earth for the Sevens - South Coast Register
While Australian and Kiwi sports fans were tuned into the final of the Cricket Wold Cup in Melbourne on Sunday, those that favour the game of rugby were cheering on the Aussies at the Sevens tournament in Hong Kong. It is unlike a Kiwi to miss a rugby game ...

Australian dollar good value in surprising holiday destinations - South Coast Register
The Australian dollar may be falling against the most favoured overseas destinations for travellers, but there are places around the world that will not break the budget. To get more Money more often, why not follow us on Twitter? We're @FairfaxMoney ...

Nationals retain Monaro - South Coast Register
The Nationals' John Barilaro has comfortably held the bellwether NSW seat of Monaro but remains determined to leave politics at the next election. However Labor candidate Steve Whanis now unemployed, having left the upper house to contest the seat and ...

Marginals seats Lismore, Gosford and East Hills still too close to call - South Coast Register
Counting continues across the state but while the outcomes for most seats are already clear, three electorates are still too close to call. Voting in NSW's northernmost seat of Lismore has the National Party's incumbent member Thomas George ahead with ...

Ten things a re-elected Baird government will do in the next year - South Coast Register
1. Begin the National Disability Insurance Scheme a year ahead of schedule, starting in Penrith and the Blue Mountains in July. 2. Introduce a $90 Gas Rebate for 290,000 low income households from July. 3. Invest $60 million funding to fix "pinch ...

Bomaderry defeat Nowra in Shoalhaven first grade cricket final - South Coast Register
BOMADERRY Cricket Club has claimed the first grade cricket crown against Nowra, despite the determined efforts of their visitors. Held at Bomaderry Oval the hosts finished the game at 6/95, therefore claiming the victory on first innings. Player of the ...

Relay raises hope and $200,000 - South Coast Register
Accompanied by other members of the relay committee, she had been at Nowra Showground since 7am Friday morning. Around 1200 attended the relay this year, raising an estimated $200,000 to help the Cancer Council with research, prevention and support services.

Woman caught with drugs in bra - South Coast Register
AN 18-year-old woman has been caught trying to smuggle drugs into jail. At 9.45am Saturday the woman was stopped by a corrective services officer when she entered the South Coast Correctional Centre. She was taken to a private room and, after questioning ...

Running away leads to court - South Coast Register
A 22-year-old man who tried to evade police in Nowra on Friday night has been charged with drink-driving and driving on a suspended licence. At 11.50pm police were patrolling when they saw a black Mitsubishi drive out of Kameruka Crescent. The driver ...

Easter signals renewed penalty rate fight - South Coast Register
THE NSW Business Chamber is using the Easter long weekend to draw attention to a campaign to reduce penalty rates. Owners of Hunt and Gather Fine Foods in Kinghorne Street, siblings Alana and Heydn Tomasetti, have grown up in the hospitality industry and ...

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