PRESS DIGEST-Australian News - Oct 17

by Reuters
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 20:48 GMT

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

THE AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW (www.afr.com)

Polluters could get A$4bn if carbon tax axed

(http://link.reuters.com/kum83v)

Financial planners urge ASIC caution over SMSF advice

(http://link.reuters.com/mum83v)

The office glut sweeping Australia

(http://link.reuters.com/num83v)

NSW state cuts mining red tape

(http://link.reuters.com/pum83v)

APN and Fairfax eye print, distribution partnership

(http://link.reuters.com/qum83v)

Ten's plans to refinance need approval

(http://link.reuters.com/rum83v)

TV network chiefs discuss end to 'reach rules'

(http://link.reuters.com/wum83v)

Newcrest rejects criticism over remuneration

(http://link.reuters.com/xum83v)

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

Six Australians killed in Laos plane crash, which has killed 44 people

(http://link.reuters.com/gym83v)

Woodside renews Barnett stoush

(http://link.reuters.com/zum83v)

Qantas chief calls for balance in IR laws

(http://link.reuters.com/bym83v)

Banks to save on offshore trading

(http://link.reuters.com/cym83v)

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

Woodside warned on Browse project

(http://link.reuters.com/dym83v)

Bega's A$370m bid 'inferior', says WCB

(http://link.reuters.com/fym83v)

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