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    1. April 24, 2015

      Anzac mythology in focus for Australia’s Gallipoli centenary

      After months of Anzac-themed television series, school projects and wall-to-wall media coverage, the centenary of the...

    2. April 23, 2015

      Human trials speed up delivery of malaria vaccines

      Imagine volunteering to be infected with a disease that kills nearly 600,000 people a year. That is what Celeste Farmer, a...

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    1. April 23, 2015

      Australia’s policy of sending refugees to Cambodia draws ridicule

      Australia’s policy of sending refugees to Cambodia lurched towards farce on Thursday when its rosy portrayal of the country...

    2. April 23, 2015

      New Zealand dollar falls on rate brush-off

      The New Zealand dollar fell on Thursday after a central bank policy maker surprised the market, saying a rate rise was not...

    3. FT Alphaville

      April 22, 2015

      Australia less bubbly than it looks?

      Australia has a lot in common with other rich English-speaking countries, but unlike them, it basically missed the global...

    4. April 22, 2015

      BHP Billiton puts the brakes on iron ore expansion

      BHP Billiton is slowing the pace of its planned expansion in iron ore production in a bid to conserve cash as commodity...

    5. FT Alphaville

      April 21, 2015

      What is Slater & Gordon?

      In 1935 Bill Slater and Hugh Gordon started a Melbourne law firm to serve local union members. Eighty years later the...

    6. April 21, 2015

      Australia’s migrant strategy unlikely to offer model for Europe

      As European leaders search for a response to a desperate migration crisis that has led to thousands of drownings in the...

    7. April 20, 2015

      Serco stripped of sterilising contract at Australian hospital

      Serco has been stripped of work sterilising equipment at a hospital in Australia, adding to a run of botched contracts by...

    8. April 19, 2015

      Movers & shakers: April 20

      ● Joanne Wheatley (pictured) has moved to Allianz Global Investors as head of UK institutional client services. Ms Wheatley...

    9. April 17, 2015

      Iron ore gains 7 per cent over the week

      Iron ore has registered its biggest weekly gain of the year, as Chinese steel mills looked to replenish stocks of the...

    10. April 17, 2015

      Stocks stumble as Bund yields hit new low

      Friday 21:15 BST. US and European stocks slid, pushing Bund yields to fresh record lows, while fears that Beijing was...

    11. April 16, 2015

      Australia steeled for China slowdown as iron ore prices fall

      The last time Western Australia was engaged in a dispute with Canberra of this magnitude, it threatened to secede during a...

    12. April 13, 2015

      Iron ore rallies on China inventory fall

      The price of iron ore rallied more than 3 per cent on Monday supported by a reduction in Chinese steel inventories and the...

    13. April 10, 2015

      Can I transfer overseas wealth to the UK without incurring tax?

      I am a dual UK and Australian citizen who recently inherited money from my father in Australia. I want to bring the money...

    14. April 10, 2015

      Majestic Wine: glass half full

      “Wine retailer struggling to grow seeks boss; must have alternative ideas; can bring own business.” Majestic Wine, the...

    15. April 10, 2015

      Glencore tweaks export model amid tax scrutiny

      Glencore says it will stop funnelling sales from its Australian coal operations through Singapore, a move that comes amid...

    16. April 10, 2015

      Richie Benaud, cricketer and commentator, 1930-2015

      Richie Benaud in pictures Richie Benaud, who died in Sydney on Friday aged 84, was an omnipresent figure in global cricket...

    17. April 10, 2015

      Richie Benaud, ‘the voice of cricket’, dies aged 84

      Richie Benaud in pictures Richie Benaud, the voice and face of summer for millions of cricket fans in England and Australia,...

    18. April 9, 2015

      Shell’s takeover of BG likely to face global antitrust scrutiny

      As one of the energy industry’s biggest ever deals, Royal Dutch Shell’s proposed acquisition of BG Group for £47bn excluding...

    19. April 9, 2015

      China moves to shore up miners with tax cut

      China has cut the resources tax it charges its iron ore miners in an effort to support an industry struggling under an...

    20. The Exchange

      April 9, 2015

      China has a role to play in setting the 'right' standards

      With nearly 50 applicants so far, the attention of the China-initiated Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has shifted from...

    21. April 8, 2015

      Tax rules cut both ways, Google warns Australia

      Google has warned Australia that its biggest companies could be exposed to retaliatory rules abroad if it follows the UK in...

    22. April 8, 2015

      Shell’s takeover of BG — what the analysts say

      Royal Dutch Shell’s £47bn deal to acquire BG Group at a hefty premium has prompted industry analysts to herald a new round...

    23. April 8, 2015

      Five questions for Shell over BG Group deal

      Why is BG particularly attractive to Shell? Although Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden is generally admired for his...

    24. April 7, 2015

      Australian derivatives shift to centralised clearing

      The derivatives market in Australia has experienced a pronounced shift towards centralised clearing, a central aim of...

    25. April 7, 2015

      Australian and Indian central banks hold steady on rates

      Central banks in Australia and India took a break from monetary easing and held benchmark interest rates steady. In the past...

    26. April 6, 2015

      China cannot believe its luck over new investment bank

      The Chinese government can scarcely believe its own luck. Heaping Asian insult upon Capitol Hill injury, last week Benjamin...

    27. beyondbrics

      April 3, 2015

      Will Indonesia's beer ban be bad for tourism?

      Holidaying in Bali is often synonymous with bottled Bintang Beer, Indonesia’s biggest selling brew, popularly enjoyed by the...

    28. April 2, 2015

      Australia’s Bradken rejects another private equity approach

      Bradken has rejected a A$430m bid from Pacific Equity Partners and Koch Industries, which is half the value of two previous...

    29. April 1, 2015

      The Water Diviner — review

      With The Water Diviner we get what we expect from a film directed by and starring Russell Crowe. Bread and butter...

    30. April 1, 2015

      Asia forum shows off China’s vigour and homage of its neighbours

      The Boao Forum for Asia annual conference has been going for years, but never has China’s aspiration for a greater role on...

    31. April 1, 2015

      Aussie trails the field in currency race

      Australians have a fondness for nicknames. Milko (for milkman), and umpie (for umpire) may lack imagination, but bluey (for...

    32. April 1, 2015

      Political stand-off clouds Australia’s green energy sector

      Investment in Australian renewable energy is plunging, mothballed coal plants are reopening and carbon emissions are rising...

    33. April 1, 2015

      China-led AIIB attracts rush of applicants

      Almost 50 countries are poised to join China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as founding members, after the deadline...

    34. March 31, 2015

      Taiwan applies to join China-led AIIB

      Taiwan has applied to join Beijing’s newly created Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, in a test of how China’s political...

    35. March 31, 2015

      Australian tech start-ups stir amid nascent economic transition

      The pool table and trendy murals at MYOB’s offices would not look out of place in Silicon Valley. But the software business...

    36. March 30, 2015

      Quindell sale heralds ‘big break with the past’

      Quindell, the former stock market star that became a cautionary tale of poor corporate governance, heralded “a big break...

    37. FT Alphaville

      March 30, 2015

      FirstFT (the new 6am Cut)

      You can sign up to receive the email here. Iranian officials took nuclear talks to the wire, raising a further obstacle by...

    38. March 29, 2015

      Australia’s Slater & Gordon acquires Quindell unit

      Slater & Gordon, the Australia-listed law firm, is buying the professional services arm of the British insurance claims...

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