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Why don’t Australian REIT dividends have franking credits?

Australian real estate investment trusts (A-REITs) have delivered the holy grail of capital growth and income - but why don't their dividends have franking credits?

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The credit card Qantas says you can’t have

Qantas has unveiled a new credit card. But more than 97% of us can't have it...

Qantas flight QF2 diverted back to London after take-off

A minor issue with a cargo door has caused a Qantas flight from London to Singapore to abruptly turn back to Heathrow shortly after taking off.

Soar higher with Virgin Australia’s 2019 double status credits offer

Got your sights set on Velocity Gold or Velocity Platinum status? Virgin Australia's latest double status credits offer will bring that shiny card ...

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Julia Banks targets Greg Hunt in independent run

Good Morning, early birds. Former Liberal Julia Banks has confirmed that she will stand as an independent against Health Minister Greg Hunt in the ...

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The Qantas share price crashed 5% today: Is the Virgin share price a better buy?

The Qantas Airways Limited (ASX: QAN) share price crashed lower today; here is why I prefer Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd (ASX: VAH).

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Qantas: cafes, gyms and 'chill zones' for non-stop 20 hour flights

Passengers on Qantas' non-stop flights from Sydney and Melbourne to London and New York could while away the 18-20 hour journey at a sky-high cafe, exercising in a mini-gym or tuning out in "virtual reality relaxation zones". Those are some of the ...

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Airlines spend big on perks for politicians, public servants

Qantas and Virgin Australia are spending hundreds of thousands of dollars a year feting watchdogs, public servants, and politicians and their families with complimentary memberships to private airline lounges, limousines and business and first-class flight upgrades.

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The biggest investment shake-up in decades…

Motley Fool Australia's CIO, Scott Phillips, urges readers to stand for better policy in response to the Labor Opposition's proposal to remove the refund of excess franking credits.

How to quickly earn Qantas Points and keep your points balance alive

There are plenty of stories about travellers who have lost their hard-earned stash of Qantas Frequent Flyer points  due to their expiry after 18 ...

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What will BHP do with its vast hoard of franking credits? - The Sydney Morning Herald

What will BHP do with its vast hoard of franking credits?  The Sydney Morning HeraldBHP has the country's largest store of franking ...

Virgin, Qantas flights grounded in Geraldton after tarmac sticks to plane wheels

The flights were due to take off from Geraldton Airport in the state's Mid West about 8.30am, but were grounded because of debris on their wheels.

Qantas Club passes are no longer accepted at Qantas' Singapore Lounge

If you're travelling with Qantas from Singapore and pocketing a Qantas Club lounge pass to use before your flight, you'd better keep that card in your wallet. Due to continued overcrowding, the airline is no longer accepting complimentary Qantas Club passes at the door of its Qantas Singapore Lounge. Those passes are issued with ...

Qantas to begin Sydney-Fiji flights

If you're contemplating an island getaway – especially when it comes tor turning hard-earned frequent flyer points into a well-earned holiday – Qantas' decision to begin direct flights from Sydney to Fiji will be welcome news. Starting 31 March 2019, Qantas' nimble Boeing 737 will dart between Sydney and Nadi - the country’s main ...

Qantas flyers to soon have access to Auckland's outbound express path

Qantas expects its trans-Tasman flyers to once again enjoy access to Auckland Airport's express lane in the coming weeks. The airport's fast track through outbound security screening checkpoints is currently restricted to Air New Zealand, Emirates ...

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