Anna Bligh committed to building a $140 million, 25,000-seat stadium, which led to the building of momentum behind Central Queensland's NRL bid. Denis Keeffe, the CQ bid's CEO, shared that after meeting with Bligh, he had a "compelling case" to present to NRL boss David Gallop.
In order to match a rival offer from a Chinese entity, Cape Lambert Resources Ltd has increased its takeover bid for iron ore explorer DMC Mining Ltd. It increased its offer from 50 cents per share to 53 cents per share. Now, the target values at $46.03 million.
USA's largest aluminium producer, Alcoa Inc has agreed to extend the deadline of talks with its labor union. The name of the union is United Steelworkers Union and they too have agreed that the deadline be extended by another 11 hours. As per the old talks, the union had till noon today, the time to accept the "best and the final offer" that was to be given by the company.
A monthly property report has revealed that since January, house sellers have reduced their costs to the lowest level, since huge numbers of houses stay unsold moving towards winter.
According to property website Realestate. co. nz, the standard asking cost was down 3.6 percent in May to $407,349, in contrast with April,
Telstra has launched an IPTV set-top box that can pull down a range of internet content and record live TV. This launch is an assault in a certain way on TiVo and even its own pay TV operator Foxtel.
The authenticity of a judicial demeanor board appointed to scrutinize his conduct has been challenged by Supreme Court judge Bill Wilson.
According to Acting Attorney-General Judith Collins, yesterday, she had approved the suggestion of Judicial Conduct Commissioner, Sir David Gascoigne that there must be more investigation into grievances against Justice Wilson.