Wednesday, December 1, 2021

ACT workers sapped of millions in unpaid super

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New analysis from one of the peak industry fund bodies shows Canberrans have lost out on millions of dollars in unpaid super contributions.

Plans for low-carbon offices and co-working space in Fyshwick

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If approved, the complex could include co-working spaces, a restaurant and produce market.

Frydenberg urges calm amid COVID Omicron alarm

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The federal Treasurer has issued an essence of calm, claiming the economy can stand strong against the rise of Omicron.

Callam Street in Woden closed to traffic as work starts on interchange

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From Monday motorists will have to navigate Callam Street closures as work begins on the Woden public transport interchange.

COVID barriers continue for small businesses in Dickson

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While Canberrans enjoy normalcy, many small businesses in Dickson are not yet out of the woods.

Has the pandemic killed the KeepCup?

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Finding a sustainable solution has proven tricky after COVID lockdowns.

Celebrity chef Matt Moran hopes for Easter reopening at new pub

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"That'll be stage one, with a new restaurant, a new bar and a beer garden, with nine rooms for accommodation."

Class action against Dixon Advisory seeks potential $7.2m in redress

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A class action against an ACT financial firm has launched a bid to freeze a penalty imposed on the firm to facilitate compensation instead.

Here's some good news on your superannuation balance

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Australia's retirement pool has bounced back from the pandemic despite millions of people opting to sap accounts through the early release of super scheme.

The govt buying Australian isn't all it's made out to be

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A government commitment to buy Australian-made goods and services is not as good as it sounds.

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