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donttellmywife

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Posted 18 Mar 2016 09:47 in The Lounge by donttellmywife

[quote=don_dunstan]The founder of Atlassian says Sydney is way too expensive to maintain a presence there [url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3494187/The-tech-billionaire-founder-Atlassian-sa ...

[quote=nm39]Agreed. Very much the case of old technology. If you were to set up a steel making facility today, you would probably opt for a Hlsarna process which avoids the step of producing pig iron ...

[quote=james.au][quote]I'd wager that most of the consortium partners involved are going to hold on to PN for a reasonable period of time, judging by their owners. Keeping the Asciano listing on the A ...

[quote=Pressman][quote]Excellent outcome for all parties.[/quote]

Is it really an excellent outcome?

It's one token contract (if Arrium win the contract!) [i]SA Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis said t ...

Posted 01 Mar 2016 12:51 in The Lounge by donttellmywife

[quote=don_dunstan]I tried looking for some good news stories to post in this thread today but they're pretty thin on the ground; niche export markets like baby formula, vitamins and high-end seafood ...

[quote=simstrain]To be honest, I wouldn't even bother with going through the national parks for the hsr or fixing the alignment through Cowan. I would build a path that would kill 2 birds with one sto ...

[quote=simstrain][quote][quote]130 years ago there wasn't the environmental politics involved that there is today. Even 30-40 years ago there wasn't the environmental issues there is today. Any large ...

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote][quote]I mistakenly thought that RTT was talking about running a hsr along the mullet creek alignment.[/quote] My apologies - so did I.[/quote]probably not a silly idea though. ...

Incidentally, if you were eg a professional model maker working from home, would this also trigger a CGT event when you sold the residence?
apw5910
I am not a tax person, but potentially ...

...Even then you could get around that by moving into the property for six months prior to selling and avoid CGT altogether.
don_dunstan
Legally I don't think that is right - the general ...

[quote=Trainplanner]Yes I'm with RTT Rules and donttellmywife on this. This is not about HSR to Brisbane at the end of the day but serving major population centres between Hornsby-Gosford and Newcas ...

[quote=Donald]My job requires me to live in business supplied housing, and pay rent.

I am not "rich", but am purchasing a house (market value of $200,000 - cheap country housing!!) and using neg ...

Posted 23 Feb 2016 16:16 in Queensland by donttellmywife

[quote=Sulla1]What is really needed are Vline style multiple daily services on the 700km Mackay to Cairns corridor. There's already 750,000 people living in this corridor, and there will be more than ...

[quote=simstrain][quote]He's talking about the bottom of Mullet Creek running north from the Hawkesbury, along the western side of which the rail line currently runs. This creek is generally less tha ...

[quote=simstrain]The M1 took 35 years to build and cost $50 billion and the M1 has the advantage of starting at Hornsby and roads don't have to be anywhere near as flat as a train line does. Building ...

[quote=simstrain][quote]Nth of Hawkserry there are three inlets with right hand curves that reduce train speeds as its a snake pattern.

1st one, rather than go west then curve to right, just go str ...

M1 is fine and probably more practical, but it would effectively by-pass the Central Coast and this is what I meant by the meaning of by-pass.
RTT_Rules
I think that may be where we hav ...

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Inland is only an option for a high speed rail between Melbourne and Brisbane. There is no inland option for Sydney.

There just isn't anywhere going north that you could build a ...

[quote=qredge]With bracket creep it means that you pay rise that goes into the next bracket is all that is taxed at the higher rate-all the rest is the same. So if you are on 32.5% -and your $1000 ris ...

Posted 13 Feb 2016 19:36 in Victoria by donttellmywife

[quote=james.au]Thanks for this [url=/user/71484][b]@Beta4Me[/b]. Just so I'm clear, these costs are estimates of what a new interstate would cost to build, if they had to do it to meet current spec, ...

[quote=simstrain][quote][quote]If the train goes to Maitland, why would you waste time to run the train to Brisbane when there is a port at Newcastle. This is very much about getting NSW exports into ...

[quote=RTT_Rules][quote]Simple...as will probably be occurring in Victoria during this term of the Andrews government and as reported by Treasurer Pallas over the past few months...borrow now whilst i ...

Debt is a form of financing, not funding.  Using debt finance might change when the ultimate funding is required, but at some point, actual funding is still going to be required!

Some of the posts  ...

Posted 08 Feb 2016 11:21 in The Lounge by donttellmywife

[quote=don_dunstan]Atlassian, that modern miracle technology group showing the way for the rest of the Aussie economy (what is it they actually do again?) down 33% since their float late last year.


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[quote=RTT_Rules][quote][quote]The ABC is reporting Aurizon is owed $27-million by Queensland Nickel.[/quote]

How many months of trading with Aurizon would this figure represent?[/quote]Seems to be a ...

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