Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Economy contracts due to Delta, but not as badly as feared

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Latest national account figures have revealed the damage caused by the Delta lockdown.

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."

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.

ACT will miss target to plug $8b superannuation liability gap

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The total liability for defined-benefit superannuation schemes is currently worth more than $13 billion, and will cost the budget bottom line into the 2080s.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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