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Fortescue to repay another $US1bn off debt

Iron ore miner Fortescue has reaffirmed its commitment to focus on debt repayments, paying off another $US1 billion of its 2019 term loan next week.

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Mar 24 2017
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Premier dismisses China Sea militarisation

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Li Keqiang held bilateral talks in Canberra during which they discussed tensions in the South China Sea.

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Mar 24 2017
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NSW teen admits to planning terror attack

A Sydney teenager accused of trying to source a gun and a bomb manual has pleaded guilty in Children's Court to planning a 2016 Anzac Day terrorist attack.

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Mar 24 2017
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ANZ, CBA follow rivals...

ANZ and CBA have both raised their variable rates for mortgages, largely focusing on those for investors and those that are interest-only.

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Mar 24 2017
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Beef export deal...

Malcolm Turnbull has announced a new deal on chilled beef exports to China during a visit by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

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Mar 24 2017
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Harvey Norman up after...

Harvey Norman shares have closed slightly higher after the retailer revealed that the corporate regulator is conducting a routine review of its accounts.

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Mar 24 2017
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PM backs MPs using allowance for mortgage

The prime minister says the travel allowance system which gives MPs more than $200 a night in Canberra is fair because everyone gets the same amount.

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Mar 24 2017
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Former minister Ley could be back: PM

Malcolm Turnbull says there's no reason why Sussan Ley couldn't return to the federal frontbench, after she had to resign over an entitlements scandal.

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Mar 24 2017
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CBA promotes from within to replace CFO

Commonwealth Bank chief financial officer David Craig will retire in June after 11 years in the role.

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Mar 24 2017
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Man, 75, dies of...

A 75-year-old man who was injured in the attack on Britain's parliament has died of his wounds, UK police say.

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Mar 24 2017
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Security to be...

UK authorities will review the security at British parliament following Wednesday's deadly attack and look at whether police at the front gates should be armed.

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Mar 24 2017
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Belgian police stop...

A car filled with knives, guns and an unknown liquid has been intercepted by Belgian police in the port city of Antwerp.

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Mar 24 2017
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