Founder excited about Australia’s first Bitcoin ATM launch in Westfield Shopping Center, Sydney

Founder of Australian Bitcoin ATMs Jamie McIntyre says he is excited about the launch of Bitcoin ATMs in Sydney this Tuesday at the ground-floor food court of the Westfield Shopping Center next to Pitt Street Mall at 11 AM.

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Unlike most people, I started dating at 19 and genuinely liked a boy for the first time at 22. However, this short period of time has been a rollercoaster ride, one I hope I will never regret. Have I learned ...

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Happiness has become one of the most sought-after feelings in this day and age. Everyone wants to be happy but very few pro actively seek ways to improve and escalate the quality of their reaction to life. Here are 5 ...

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Founder excited about Australia’s first Bitcoin ATM launch in Westfield Shopping Center, Sydney

Staff Reporter April 16th, 2014
Founder of Australian Bitcoin ATMs Jamie McIntyre says he is excited about the launch of Bitcoin ATMs in Sydney this Tuesday at the ground-floor food court of the Westfield Shopping Center next to Pitt Street Mall at 11 AM.

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Is the Japan free-trade agreement good enough for Australians?

Staff Reporter April 16th, 2014
Last week Australia concluded negotiations on a historic Economic Partnership Agreement with Japan, its second biggest trading partner. In a statement release by the Prime Minister, Mr Abbott said...

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5 Relationship truths I learned by 25

Kritika Seksaria April 16th, 2014
Unlike most people, I started dating at 19 and genuinely liked a boy for the first time at 22. However, this short period of time has been a rollercoaster ride, one I hope I will never regret. Have I learned all the lessons I needed to? No. But that’s what the rest of my twenties are for. However, this is what I have gathered in the last few years. Does anyone relate to this?

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5 choices that make you a happier person

Kay Usop April 16th, 2014
Happiness has become one of the most sought-after feelings in this day and age. Everyone wants to be happy but very few pro actively seek ways to improve and escalate the quality of their reaction to life. Here are 5 choices that you can decide to act upon for your happiness:

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When somebody says "Australia," you immediately think of breathtaking beaches and diverse wildlife. What most travelers and visitors fail to notice, however, is the rich gastronomical experience the country has to offer.

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Gold drops over $17 in 48 hours, all international bourses plus the Aussie 200 index bounce back and the RBA minutes suggest rates will remain low for the foreseeable future.

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10 insignificant things that make people unhappy

David Nixon April 15th, 2014
Happiness is a goal most of us thrive to achieve, but in more cases than not, the road to find it seems like a complete mystery. Happiness has really very little to do with or good fortune; rather, it can have a lot to do with your daily habits. Today, we would like to present you with an overview of the 10 insignificant things that make people unhappy. Read below to see what has been sabotaging your happiness until now.

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Malaysia vows to release black box data

AAP April 16th, 2014
Any data that is eventually recovered from the black box of missing flight MH370 will be publicly released, Malaysia's transport minister has pledged, as the government battles widespread criticism over the transparency of its investigation.

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Beckhams’ BMW is yours for STG75,000

AAP April 16th, 2014
Football fans and car enthusiasts are being given the chance to Drive it Like Beckham as the superstar's BMW is listed for sale on British website Auto Trader.

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Twitter founders, CEO to keep shares

AAP April 16th, 2014
Twitter co-founders Jack Dorsey and Evan Williams and chief executive Dick Costolo apparently have no short-term plans to sell their shares in the social network.

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Royal tour of NZ a ‘resounding success’

Tony Jones April 16th, 2014
If royal visits are judged by the size of the welcoming crowds, positive headlines and the number of gifts received, then the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's tour of New Zealand has been a resounding success.

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Rates on hold but $A a concern for RBA

Belinda Merhab April 16th, 2014
Interest rates look set to stay put while the Reserve Bank waits to see what effect the stubbornly high currency will have on Australia's economic growth.

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Tech start-ups call for government support

AAP April 16th, 2014
Advocates of Australia's tech start-up sector have called on governments to do more to support the fledging industry.

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Coca-Cola’s profit dips

AAP April 16th, 2014
Coca-Cola's first-quarter profit has fallen nearly eight per cent as the world's biggest beverage maker faced a stronger dollar and sold less soda.

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Sydney set to be construction hotspot: BIS

AAP April 15th, 2014
Sydney is predicted to overtake central Queensland and the Pilbara in Western Australia as the next construction hotspot, according to economic forecaster BIS Shrapnel.

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Twitter executives head to Turkey

AAP April 15th, 2014
Twitter executives will meet officials from Turkey's government, a company spokesman says, after the country's prime minister vowed to pursue the site for alleged tax evasion.

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SPOTLIGHT: The Age Pension

AAP April 15th, 2014
WHAT'S HAPPENING TO THE AGE PENSION? There's been talk the government will makes changes to the age pension in the May budget. To what extent is still unclear. Treasurer Joe Hockey has been in wink-wink, nudge-nudge mode, saying: "It may be the case that my generation has to work for an extra three years." He's 48.

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Samsung looks to life beyond smartphones

AAP April 15th, 2014
After years of record profit growth, tech giant Samsung Electronics looks to be at a commercial crossroads as it searches for a new growth driver to counter slowing sales of its phenomenally successful smartphones.

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iPad prices show $A is at fair value

AAP April 15th, 2014
Farmers, manufacturers and tourism operators might beg to differ, but if iPad prices are anything to go by, the Australian dollar's current value is exactly where it should be.

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