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  • Newsletter – August 17 2018

    Newsletter – August 17 2018

    “As I told you last week, when the boss off the NAB profusely apologised for revelations in the Royal Commission, what had happened behind the scenes is the National Australia Bank had fought tooth and nail not to have that information revealed. Mainly because the National Australia Bank had spent months and years trying to […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – August 10 2018

    Newsletter – August 10 2018

    “Given what’s taken place…I think this response is hollow. In fact, I think it’s pretty poor. It’s not good enough to apologise, especially given the fact you’ve sought to cover this up for not just the past four days but for the past couple of years Why did they negotiate with ASIC to try and minimise […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – August 3 2018

    Newsletter – August 3 2018

    “I only want to ask you one question – and this is why. Why is this happening to Emma Husar? Because there is an end game to this, this is a political game there is no doubt. So regardless of the accusations and of the denials, and the sensational revelations as to what’s ben unveiled…the […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – July 27 2018

    Newsletter – July 27 2018

    “Castlemaine Rock has basically been made all the way back since the gold rush days in the 1850’s. The Barnes family has been doping it ever since then – but sadly, after 165 years the family has decided they will have to stop manufacturing. Why? All because he couldn’t afford the price of the tins” (Listen […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – July 20 2018

    Newsletter – July 20 2018

    “In 2015 – 2016, 40 per cent of Australian households received more in governments payments than they paid in income tax. Now that situation is only going to get worse. What Australia needs is more younger workers who are taxpayers who can carry the tax burden for an aging Australia. Otherwise, your children and grandchildren […]Read More »

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  • Why they are giving away electricity for free…

    Why they are giving away electricity for free…

    Ross Greenwood Energy Edge Managing Director Joshua Stabler after Ross realised that at 3.45pm Tuesday, the wholesale electricity price in South Australia and Tasmania was in the negative at -$1.96 and -$0.86 per megawatt hour. But at peak hour, 6.35pm, electricity prices jumped significantly. Stabler expalins its all about the availability of electricity. Interview: Joshua Stabler, Managing […]Read More »
  • Why do the Greens want to break up the banks?

    Why do the Greens want to break up the banks?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Greens financial spokesperson Senator Peter Whish-Wilson after they announce a new policy which would see Financial institutions forced to split up their business and perform only one of four key functions under a radical policy Introduction: Why do the Greens want to break up the banks? Ross Greenwood: Yes, welcome back to Money News […]Read More »
  • How does Melbourne Storm owner feel about Billy Slater retiring

    How does Melbourne Storm owner feel about Billy Slater retiring

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Melbourne Storm co-owner Gerry Ryan after Billy Slater announces he’ll retire at the end of the NRL season after a stellar career. Introduction: How does Melbourne Storm owner feel about Billy Slater retiring Ross Greenwood: Great to have your company here on Money News right around the country. I did tell you earlier […]Read More »
  • 9News: How your $26b in super became the world’s best gravy train

    9News: How your $26b in super became the world’s best gravy train

    $26 billion a year. That’s around how much is taken collectively from our superannuation funds each year. That money goes to banks, life insurance companies, fund managers, superannuation trustees, actuaries, in advertising and myriad other suppliers. The question the Hayne Royal Commission might hope to answer in the next two weeks of hearings – starting […]Read More »
  • Is it a good thing our population is about to hit 25 million?

    Is it a good thing our population is about to hit 25 million?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to the Demographics Group Research Director Simon Kuestenmacher as Australia is about to welcome its 25th million resident Introduction: Is it a good thing our population is about to hit 25 million? Ross Greenwood:  Tomorrow about eleven o’clock, I want you to stop and think because it’s suggested that at 11:00 PM tomorrow […]Read More »