What the press is saying about petrol, LPG, diesel, crude oil, biofuel etc.
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13-02-2009 CPP. Many lives lost, many families left with nothing.
People who have lost everything are helping each other.
Neighbours helping neighbours.
Over $65 million has so far been raised.
All over the world there is coverage.
Queenslanders, after two thirds of their State was (and still is) flooded, receiving Government assistance, have donated part or all of it to Victorians.
Companies like Coles, DJ and others are donating a full day’s profit.
Dairy farmers who lost their stock make their equipment available to those who lost their equipment.
Volunteer fire-fighters were saving lives and property, while their own home burnt to the ground.
Truckies, delivering donated food, blankets and clothing, are donating their time and part of their pay.
Our cricket team has given up time to raise the spirits of the survivors.
And so it goes on and on and on.
The generosity is overwhelming.
It’s good to be Australian.
ExxonMobil Vows to Maintain Refinery but Carbon Tax Remains a Concern
Norsk Hydro plans to shut down its aluminium smelter at Kurri Kurri in the NSW Hunter Valley.
Qantas announces job cuts as profits slide
Small Business Tax Reduction Scrapped
RBA cuts official interest rate to 3.75%
Mineral Resources Rent Tax (MRRT) Bill 2011 passes the Senate
Private Health Insurance Rebate
Future of Caltex Refineries
150 Qantas catering jobs to go in Adelaide
Rates on Hold
Back to School in 2012
Roads and Traffic Authority Name Change
Politicians pay rise
RBA interest rate cut
Shell to cease refining at Clyde
Shell to close Clyde Refinery
Shell annual profits double to $18.6bn
Back to School 2011
Xstrata Suspends A$ 586 million of Expenditure.
Aussie Dollar Climbs From 10-Month Low Amid Intervention Talk
Fortescue Metals puts $17.5bn projects on hold to review super tax
Rio Tinto to review new Australia investment over tax
Xstrata suspends $30 million exploration in light of the Government’s super profits tax
Rates rise - Again
Backflip on "the Greatest Moral Challenge of our time"
Shell profits fall sharply on weak oil demand
Caltex Australia agrees to purchase Mobil service stations
Perth Motorists Ripped-Off
Jobs at risk after Bushmaster exclusion
Volunteer Sacked For Swearing
Gross Domestic Product shows first negative result in 8 years
RBA rate drop to 3.25%
Victoria: No power, No Trains, No Water
Shell profit 2009
Back to School
“Green Holden” update
$149 Million to build green Holden
Tax Cut for Small Business - Smoke and Mirrors
Surplus Virtually Gone
Government Stimulus Payments