PRESS DIGEST-Australian News - Sept 19

by Reuters
Sunday, 31 August 2014 22:20 GMT

Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

THE AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW (www.afr.com)

Foreigners illegally buy trophy homes in Sydney and Melbourne

(http://bit.ly/1nh3U0V)

Macquarie hits political opposition in US network plan

(http://bit.ly/1zZeEqk)

Qantas cedes Jetstar HK voting rights to local partner

(http://bit.ly/1B8tLA8)

Seven takes further A$100m step into oil and gas

(http://bit.ly/1lDeh3X)

THE AUSTRALIAN (www.theaustralian.news.com.au)

RAAF lands in Iraq warzone

(http://bit.ly/1qSQFV6)

Sydney jihadist named commander of Iraqi Islamic State unit

(http://bit.ly/1tmz9yz)

Westfield's Scentre Group in talks over NZ portfolio stake

(http://bit.ly/1qSTLYZ)

Double hit for smokers could add A$2.81 to cost of a pack

(http://bit.ly/1zZeIXe)

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD (www.smh.com.au)

Government wants East Timor spy charged

(http://bit.ly/VZhDSs)

Medical future fund will remain even if co-payment blocked: Dutton

(http://bit.ly/1qSRgpL)

ACCC warns of scam offering thousands of dollars from carbon tax repeal

(http://bit.ly/1qts5wq)

THE AGE (www.theage.com.au)

Rich nations have moral duty to help island nations as climate change shifts weather patterns, says World Bank envoy

(http://bit.ly/1wXQ4ds)

Local train maker cut out of the loop in Victoria government's multibillion-dollar rail boost

(http://bit.ly/Y48g5F)

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