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 Author: Gabriela Motroc
A group of ten people in Melbourne are about to become multi-millionaires by selling a patch of land they purchased 30 years ago.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Taxi booking app goCatch has raised $4.5 million AUD in capital investment amidst the taxi service boom led by Uber and Cabcharge.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Australia’s richest person will not let go of her ten per cent stake in Ten, despite planning to step down from the company’s board.

 Author: Sanjana Ray
The live iPad event of Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s recently took place, on Thursday the 16th of October, where the company was expected to show off the eagerly-awaited iPad Mini 3 and the iPad Air 2. Till the event, Apple had taken down it’s online store for the day, so that it can update it with its new items for the customers.

 Author: Sanjana Ray
This weekend saw buyers locked in bidding battles for properties located in convenient and popular spots, which performed extremely well at auction.

 Author: Sanjana Ray
For the first time in Australia, twitter has opened up its ad-platform to small and medium businesses, this week.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Film-maker, Sorious Samura, just returned from Liberia with the news that the true number of deaths is much higher than the official estimates given by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Samura, a television journalist originally from Sierra Leone, said the Liberian authorities appeared to be deliberately downplaying the true number of cases, for fear of increasing alarm in the west African country.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Coles had fresh new proceedings launched against it in federal court, by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, due to its treatment of suppliers.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Following the disturbances taking place in Hong Kong in the past few days, the riot police have clashed heavily with the pro-democracy protestors, as the latter re-occupied a camp mostly cleared the previous day.

 Author: Ashley Jessen
Markets finally found some support overnight, bouncing off their intraday lows to remain flat for the sessions but the Aussie Index took that as a positive sign and rallied over 50 points in the first hour of trading, only to give back most of those gains leading in to the close, rising 16.8 points for the day.

 Author: Gabriela Motroc
Apple seems to have unintentionally leaked screenshots of the new iPads on the iTunes store.

 Author: Staff Reporter
Health Minister Peter Dutton is not prepared to put Australian personnel in danger without the assurance that they will receive medical assistance if they contract the Ebola virus.

 Author: Staff Reporter
The ACCC has launched a second unconscionable conduct case against Coles.

According to Google results, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is the most popular woman online.