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Firefighter called to attend his own serious crash

Firefighter called to attend his own serious crash

Firefighter Jesse Spooner was asked to attend his own car crash

$10 million cash injection transforms CBD icon

$10 million cash injection transforms CBD icon

Mayor Paul Antonio has made the project council's top priority

Skateboarding not just for city kids

Skateboarding not just for city kids

Fraser and his team bring skateboarding to the regions.

Aussie bonds track US to edge higher

Aussie bonds track US to edge higher

Morning St George economic report

Few expect Doha meeting will curb oil production

Few expect Doha meeting will curb oil production

US markets stayed quiet with European markets closed for Easter

Aussie dollar weaker but good signs for the market

Aussie dollar weaker but good signs for the market

The Australian dollar has weakened again over the weekend

Oil and commodities prices drag down Aussie dollar

Oil and commodities prices drag down Aussie dollar

The Australian dollar lost ground overnight

ECB stimulus announcement boosts US stock market

ECB stimulus announcement boosts US stock market

EU stimulus round gives delayed boost to US markets

Iron ore price spike positive but possibly short-lived

Iron ore price spike positive but possibly short-lived

The price of iron ore slipped further from Monday’s spike

Retail spending is on the up, but not by much

Retail spending is on the up, but not by much

Retail spending rose a disappointing 0.3% in January

US rate hike looks likely given strong US data

US rate hike looks likely given strong US data

Investors brought forward their expectations for a US rate hike

Possible British exit from EU continues to exert pressure

Possible British exit from EU continues to exert pressure

Fears the UK will leave the EU have put pressure on the pound

Low oil prices put dampener on markets

Low oil prices put dampener on markets

Markets were slightly risk averse on Friday night

Employment down, but on-trend with economy

Employment down, but on-trend with economy

Employment eased in the two months to January

Inflation fine as markets elsewhere lose confidence

Inflation fine as markets elsewhere lose confidence

Inflation isn't something Australia has to worry about just now

Rise in job ads points to employment growth to come

Rise in job ads points to employment growth to come

For the year to January, job ads increased by 10.8%

Domestic economy keeping RBA in an optimistic mood

Domestic economy keeping RBA in an optimistic mood

RBA seemed upbeat last week despite the looming clouds

Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoil

Business confidence was on the rise before recent turmoil

The NAB quarterly business survey revealed a lift in confidence

Cheap petrol keeps import prices low

Cheap petrol keeps import prices low

Economic stabilisers to the rescue for Australia

Economic report: New home sales dropped in November

Economic report: New home sales dropped in November

HIA new home sales dropped 2.7% in November

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