In a David and Goliath court case, the small firm Vasco Investment Management has won a $1.03 million payment from the giant Morgan Stanley over the advice given in the recapitalisation of the former Orchard Capital Investments.
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This alleged plot is a sign of weakness by those who would do Australians harm, not strength.
Oroton Group says it wont be dragged into another discounting war this year as it makes peace with loyal shoppers fed up with seeing prices for the retailer's high-end fashion handbags and accessories slashed outside of traditional 'sale' periods.
The Greens have offered the Abbott government its first chance to pass its direct action climate policy, but only if it agrees to toughen the scheme and preserve Australia's renewable energy target.
Former NSW premier Barry O'Farrell has unloaded on Shooters and Fishers MP Robert Borsak, lampooning him as having "the hunting skills of Dick Cheney" and comparing him to the satirical character Borat.
Australian shares recovered on Thursday afternoon, pushing into positive territory in the final hour of trade to post a gain for the first time in seven sessions.
Oil prices remain under pressure, hovering near a two-year low set earlier this week, as analysts warn there will be no rapid recovery.
The state parliament held its annual garage sale, for the cause of promoting recycling and reducing waste.
The popular Hillsong Church will come under the scrutiny of the child sexual abuse royal commission when it examines Australia's pentecostal institutions at its next public hearing in October.
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