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Private hospitals operator Ramsay Health Care says its financial results for 2014 are the best since the group listed on the ASX.
Despite profits falling throughout the industry, regional carrier Rex believes the aviation crisis could soon be over.
Despite posting a record loss, Qantas chief Alan Joyce insists the airline is through the worst of what has been the most turbulent period in its history.
The number of capital city houses priced under $400,000 in capital cities last financial year has more than more than halved from a decade ago.
Nine Entertainment has beaten prospectus forecasts in its first post-IPO results but investors have reacted cautiously to a sober ad revenue outlook.
Monash IVF expects to meet its forecasts for fiscal 2015 and is looking for expansion opportunities in Asia.
Unions say the Qantas board should be sacked after the airline posted one of the worst losses in Australian corporate history.
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HOBART, Aug 28 AAP 7:00PM
The debut budget for Tasmania's Liberal government has committed to more than $400 million worth of election promises while slashing public sector jobs to help balance the books.
CANBERRA, Aug 28 AAP 6:31PM
The coalition government has been advised to keep the renewable energy target in place for existing solar and wind projects until 2030 - but not allow any new investors to get invo...
HONG KONG, Aug 28 AFP 6:31PM
Asia's markets have mostly fallen, with investors unable to build on the previous day's advances after the S&P on Wall Street notched up another record.
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DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, August 31 to Saturday, September 6, 2014.
By Trevor Chappell
INVESTORS BUY INTO QANTAS DESPITE MASSIVE LOSS
PERTH, Aug 28 AAP 5:43PM
The Australian dollar is higher due to stronger than expected business investment figures.
SYDNEY, Aug 28 AAP 5:31PM
In the midst of Qantas' worst ever profit result, the Flying Kangaroo's loyalty program continues its barnstorming run.
SYDNEY, Aug 28 AAP 5:36PM
The two traditional rivals of Australian television are facing up to a new reality where television isn't what it used to be.