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Rudd took Asian ties backwards: Packer Former Labor prime minister Kevin Rudd took Australia's relationships with its key Asian neighbours backwards, billionaire James Packer says. The Crown casino boss is this week taking part in a trade delegation to Asia led by Prime Minister Tony Abbott. "I ... 04/7/2014 - 6:09 pm | View Link
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Asian stocks rally after Greek vote eases fears Stock markets rejoiced at the narrow victory by Greek conservatives who favor upholding an austerity ... Both currencies typically rise when investors have more appetite for risk. The Australian dollar was trading above $1.01 and the New Zealand dollar ... 06/17/2012 - 11:11 pm | View Link
Asian stocks rise after Greek vote eases fears TOKYO (AP) — Asian stock markets climbed early Monday after elections in Greece eased fears of global financial turmoil. Tokyo's benchmark Nikkei 225 index was up 2.1 percent, at 8,749.31. Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 1.8 percent to 19,578.13. Australia's ... 06/17/2012 - 10:31 pm | View Link
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It can be easy to dismiss makeup and beauty as a frivolous pursuit, but that would be missing the point.
Clara Siry, Anabelle Acquah and Chanel B., all 19-year-old university students, started their YouTube channel, The Pastels, in late 2014. The friends from high school in western Sydney thought it would be fun to share makeup tips online, but swiftly realised it was set to become a whole lot more.
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After starting the channel, they immediately began to receive messages from people of all ethnicities, who were inspired to wear makeup because they finally saw someone online who looked like them.
The arrival of Uber and Lyft in Nevada last fall and a state audit accusing regulators of allowing cabs to charge $47 million in excessive fees each year have the powerful Las Vegas taxi industry and its overseers in the hot seat, facing down a recommendation that the agency be disbanded and its duties passed to another entity.
This might not have been the wisest thing that anyone ever said in a public forum like Twitter, but there's an element of truth to what Marc Andreessen said here. Given that Marc is known to be a reader, here might be some comfort compared to the storm of criticism