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Superannuation Funds

The Australian Taxation Office says nearly half of working Australians have more than one superannuation account - and that's costing them money.

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Lehnde Punjab Di Khabar

Here is Mashood Mahli with the latest from Pakistan Punjab in "Lehnde Punjab Di Khabar"

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Interview with Dr Parwinder Kaur

Here is the first part of our interview with Dr Parwinder Kaur who is a Research Associate at the Centre for Plant Genetics and Breeding - The University of Western Australia. Dr Parwinder is working with a team of researchers across various disciplines developing methodologies to enable breeders to identify environmentally friendly subterranean clover and discover the genes controlling this trait in this species. She is working on some other plant species as well that can help improve planning for future molecular and conventional breeding. In this conversation with Preetinder Grewal, Parwinder talks about her work and the careers & challenges faced in the field of scientific research

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Change in Penalty Rates SA

A landmark deal to slash penalty rates in exchange for higher wages has been struck in South Australia's retail sector.

The businesses have agreed to increase the wages of workers in return of slashing the penalty rates.

Saturday and evening penalty rates will be abolished, Sunday pentaly rates will be halved and public holiday rates will be reduced from double and a half to just double.

This means that on average the workers will have an extra $60 per week and 3% increase annually.

 

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Beef ban in India

India is the second biggest exporter of beef in the owrld and fifth largest consumer. Now Narendra Modi's government has pushed to ban the killing of cows in India as promised in by him in 2014 elections. Breaking this law will invite penalties of upto 10,000 rupees and 5 years jail time. It will also affect the employment and business of thousands of people across the country. Here is Shamshe Kainth bringing you some more information on this latest development.

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