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- Crucial trade deal in limbo as pressure mounts on Morrison to rule out embassy move November 14, 2018There are mounting calls for the PM to keep Australia's embassy in Tel Aviv amid concerns shifting it to Jerusalem will put an Indonesian free trade agreement at risk.
- 'There's going to be a riot': Changes to NT pastoral rent questioned November 14, 2018One of the Northern Territory's largest cattle producers says a new system of calculating pastoral rent is unfair and will leave some stations with a big increase in their rental payments.
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- Nyrstar confirm job cuts at Port Pirie smelter November 14, 2018Nyrstar will cut 120 jobs from its Port Pirie lead smelter next year, as concerns grow about the Belgian company's finances and ability to repay a nearly $300 million SA Government loan.
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- Northern Territory fishing permit system could be delayed, says amateur fishing group November 13, 2018A plan to impose recreational fishing permits on Northern Territory anglers remains in muddy waters, with doubts raised as to whether the rollout will meet the previously pegged launch date of January 1, 2019.