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Groovin the Moo announces massive line-up for 2015

GROOVIN BOUND: Broods are one of the headline acts at this year’s Groovin the Moo.SOURCE: The Maitland Mercury
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Groovin The Moo has returned with another epic mix of bands for 2015’s line-up.

Rock fans can raise their devil horns to stadium rockers Wolfmother and The Delta Riggs and mosh to heavier bands like Sydney metalcore group Northlane and British pop-hardcore group You Me At Six.

Hip hop fans will be giddy at the news of A$AP Ferg’s imminent arrival, along with Aussie crews Hilltop Hoods, Hermitude and supergroup One Day.

Rising rap star Tkay Maidza is also on the bill.

One of the main attractions of Groovin this year will be New Zealand synth duo Broods, whose songs Bridges and Mother & Father have seen them skyrocket in popularity.

Meg Mac, whose cover of Bridges was voted into this week’s Hottest 100 poll, is also on the Groovin bill.

When Broods were invited to announce the Groovin the Moo line-up on Triple J on Wednesday morning, the duo said Meg Mac would be welcome to join them on stage to perform the track.

A surprise inclusion for Groovin this year is genre-bending, envelope-pushing Canadian electro-punk rocker Peaches who will no doubt shock younger audience members with her always provocative stage antics.

Groovin’s dance tent will be jumping to the sounds of Carmada, Flight Facilities and Hot Dub Time Machine.

Also on the line-up is British pop singer-songwriter Charli XCX who co-wrote Icona Pop’s hit song I Love It and appears on the monster single Fancy with Iggy Azalea.

Aussie bands San Cisco, Ball Park Music, The Preatures, DMA’s, Saskwatch and Sticky Fingers are also on the bill.

Another notable inclusion is British rock band Peace, who are sure to find new fans when they join the Groovin tour.

Groovin the Moo is at Maitland Showground on Saturday, May 9.

The festival is on sale Wednesday, February 4 at 9am through Moshtix.

Wolfmother

Broods

A$APFerg (USA)

Ball Park Music

CharliXCX

Carmada

The Delta Riggs

DMA’s

RL Grime

Peace (UK)

Flight Facilities

Hilltop Hoods

Hermitude

Hot Dub Time Machine

Northlane

San Cisco

One Day

Meg Mac

Peaches (Canada)

The Preatures

YouMe At Six (UK)

Saskwatch

Sticky Fingers

Tkay Maidza

Groovin the Moo line-up 2015 | Photos, video A$AP FERG

BALL PARK MUSIC

BROODS

CHARLIE XCX

DMA’S

FLIGHT FACILITIES

HERMITUDE

HILLTOP HOODS

MEG MAC

NORTHLANE

ONE DAY

PEACE

PEACHES

SAN CISCO

SASKWATCH

STICKY FINGERS

THE PREATURES

TKAY MAIDZA

WOLFMOTHER

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12345678910111213141516171819 – The Triple J Unearthed winner and emerging artists for the Maitland show have not been announced.

Saturday, April 25 – Oakbank

Sunday, April 26 – Bunbury

Saturday, May 2 – Bendigo

Sunday, May 3 – Canberra

Saturday, May 9 – Maitland

Sunday, May 10 – Townsville

Nathan Tinkler treats me ‘like a little bank’, says Gerry Harvey

“He has until very recently borrowed money from me, it’s a business thing as far as I’m concerned.”: Gerry Harvey says Nathan Tinkler still owes him about $22 million. Photo: Robert Shakespeare “He has until very recently borrowed money from me, it’s a business thing as far as I’m concerned.”: Gerry Harvey says Nathan Tinkler still owes him about $22 million. Photo: Robert Shakespeare
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In an interview with SBS’s World Game on Thursday, Mr Tinkler resolved to settle the Jets’ debts, but, in a statement of defiance aimed at Football Federation Australia, asked for the $5 million Jets acquisition fee he paid in 2011 to be refunded. Photo: Nic Walker

“He has until very recently borrowed money from me, it’s a business thing as far as I’m concerned.”: Gerry Harvey says Nathan Tinkler still owes him about $22 million. Photo: Robert Shakespeare

“He has until very recently borrowed money from me, it’s a business thing as far as I’m concerned.”: Gerry Harvey says Nathan Tinkler still owes him about $22 million. Photo: Robert Shakespeare

Retail titan Gerry Harvey has described how Nathan Tinkler uses him “like a little bank” and revealed the Newcastle Jets owner still owes him about $22 million.

Speaking from a New Zealand horse sale on Thursday, Mr Harvey said former billionaire Mr Tinkler had repaid him about $37 million to date.

The Harvey Norman boss admitted there had been several deadlines for the full debt to be repaid, but said they had “never been adhered to”.

“I’m like a little bank for him,” Mr  Harvey said. “He has until very recently borrowed money from me, it’s a business thing as far as I’m concerned.”

While having loaned Mr Tinkler millions at a time over the past few years to service debts from his rapidly collapsing business empire, Mr Harvey quickly moved to distance himself from any money owed by his friend.

“It’s got absolutely nothing to do with me at all,” Mr Harvey said when asked about debts owed to former Patinack Farm staff.

“If there are people with an issue then they need to raise it with their employer, I am most certainly not involved in any of that. I have never covered their wages.”

Following the very public implosion of the Newcastle Jets this week and Mr Tinkler’s promise to settle the club’s debts, former Patinack staff contacted the Newcastle Herald on Thursday pleading to be paid what they are owed.

One former staffer said he feared losing his home and had not been paid superannuation in full for more than three years.

Another said she was “fed up” with watching Mr Tinkler’s business ventures play out in the media when so many “small people” were owed money.

In an interview with SBS’s World Game on Thursday, Mr Tinkler resolved to settle the Jets’ debts, but, in a statement of defiance aimed at Football Federation Australia, asked for the $5 million Jets acquisition fee he paid in 2011 to be refunded. He is the only A-League owner ever to be charged such a large amount to take over a club.

“Is there also a deadline for me getting my $5 million back from the FFA.  Is that a deadline too?,” Mr Tinkler said. “That would be good. That would really help. FFA is at me for about $500,000, and I am at them for $5 million.”

The Newcastle Herald

need2know: Wall Street rally to boost ASX

Local shares are poised to rise at the open, as Wall Street rallies on strong corporate news from Boeing, Apple and McDonald’s.
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What you need2know:

SPI futures up 47pts at 5553

• AUD at 77.58 US cents, 91.81 Japanese yen, 68.58 Euro cents and 51.55 British pence

• In late trade, S&P 500 +0.4%, Dow +0.9%, Nasdaq +0.3%

• In Europe, Stoxx 50 +0.4%, FTSE -0.2%, CAC +0.4%, DAX +0.3%

• Spot gold down $US27.03 or 2.1% to $US1257.46 an ounce

• Brent oil up 41 US cents or 0.9% to $US48.88 per barrel

• Iron ore adds 0.3% to $US63.27 per metric tonne

What’ on today

US Q4 GDP estimate, Australia producer price index, Australia December private sector credit.

Stocks to watch

The falling Australian dollar and oil price collapse have buoyed Fortescue Metals Group’s cost cutting drive, as the miner races to keep its breakeven price comfortably ahead of huge falls in the iron ore price.

UBS upgrades Western Areas to a “buy” and gives it a $4.50 target price.

Deutsche Bank has a “buy” recommendation on AGL Energy and a $13.61 target price.

“AGL Energy is amongst our top picks in the utilities sector. Following the recent completion of the Macquarie Generation acquisition, we believe AGL’s increased vertical integration increases returns whilst reducing risks.”

Currencies

The Australian dollar has shed 1.8pc to US77.47¢ at about 6.01am AEDT, earlier touching a low of US77.20¢, according to Bloomberg data. At Thursday’s local close, the $A was trading at US78.75¢.

Ahead of the overnight swoon, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said: “We continue to expect further declines in the A$, partly because the ‘carry trade’ looks less attractive, and also because the capital inflows into the mining sector which have been holding it above ‘fair value’ are set to fall away sharply.”

The Danish central bank cut interest rates for the third time in 10 days to defend the krone’s peg to the euro.

ABN forecasts the euro will fall to $US1.10 by the end of this year and decline to parity with the dollar by the end of 2016. The median estimates in Bloomberg surveys are for $US1.12 at the end of this year and next.

Commodities

LME copper and nickel inventories climbed again on Thursday, adding 2775 tonnes and 1836 tonnes respectively. Copper stocks are up more than a third so far this month and nickel touched a record at 425,562 tonnes.

Ore with 62 per cent content delivered to Qingdao, China, rose 0.3 per cent to $US63.27 a dry metric ton on Thursday, paring this month’s drop to 11 percent, according to data from Metal Bulletin Ltd.

United States

US stocks advanced as buying accelerated in afternoon trading. At about 6am AEDT, the Dow is up 0.73pc, the S&P 500 has risen 0.555pc and the Nasdaq is up 0.45pc. The Dow is being powered higher by Boeing, up 5.1pc, and McDonald’s, up 5.1pc. Also posting more than 1pc gains: Home Depot, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, Nike, IBM. Apple is up 2.4pc.

Google, Visa and Amazon江苏夜网 are among 52 S&P 500 companies scheduled to post results on Thursday. Of those that have reported profit so far, 76 per cent have exceeded estimates, while 57 per cent topped sales projections, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped 43,000 to a seasonally adjusted 265,000 for the week ended January 24, the lowest since April 2000, the Labor Department said on Thursday. It was the biggest weekly decline since November 2012.

Europe

Weak corporate updates pegged back European shares on Thursday, as the effects of a rout in oil prices knocked back heavyweight energy firms.

Royal Dutch Shell dropped 4.4 per cent after the oil major said it will cut spending by $US15 billion over the next three years. Oil and gas stocks fell 2.9 per cent, and are down over 20 per cent since June, with the price of a barrel of Brent crude falling nearly 60 per cent in the same period.

Airbus extended losses, down 2.1 per cent and the top faller on France’s CAC after telling staff in a letter that its A400M programme is in a “critical” situation and will be kept under close review.

What happened yesterday

Another rally in CBA shares coupled with a strong day for Fortescue Metals sparked an intraday turnaround in the Australian sharemarket, which ended higher for a sixth straight session.

The S&P/ASX 200 Index gained 16.7 points, or 0.3pc, to 5569.5.

Wires

Kim Sears serves up foul-mouthed rant during Andy Murray’s Australian Open semi-final

Andy Murray fought off Tomas Berdych in a tense semi-final battle at the Australian Open on Thursday night, but it was a foul-mouthed volley served up from the stands that sent the online world into a spin.
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Murray was forced to defend his fiancee, Kim Sears, at his post-match press conference after she was captured on camera appearing to rant at Murray’s Czech opponent.

In footage that quickly went viral on social media, a riled-up Sears was shown mouthing what some have interpreted as the words “f—ing have it you Czech flash f—” as Murray broke back in the first set.

There is some contention over the precise wording of her rant. One lip reader who examined the footage suggested Sears said ‘F—ing have that you flashy Czech, you flashy f—“, while another thought she said “F—ing have that Czech you fat old f—.”

Whatever the precise wording, there was general consensus that Sears was not wishing Berdych well.

After clinching the match 6-7, 6-0, 6-3, 7-5 to reach his fourth final in Melbourne, Murray defended Sears’ outburst during what he said was an intense match.

Murray attributed the atmosphere to the pre-match focus on his former coach, Dani Vallverdu, who is now working with Berdych.

“In the heat of the moment, you can say stuff that you regret,” the Wimbledon champion said after the match.

“When there’s a lot of tension surrounding something, which you [the media] created, it’s completely normal that the whole first set everyone was tight.”

Murray also claimed Berdych found the atmosphere difficult to handle.

“Even Tomas, who very rarely says anything on the court … there was tension there for him as well,” he said.

Footage of the the outburst was being shared on social media shortly after it aired, even attracting comments from former British tennis player Anne Keothavong. ” @BenRothenberg: Forget how big the diamond is; THIS is what true love is made of. #ausopenhttps://t.co/jETjH7CunD” f****** hilarious! — Anne Keothavong (@annekeothavong) January 29, 2015

Revamped Dunmore Equestrian Centre listed for auction

Vandals’ playground now a restored mansion: photos Christopher Adams at the mansion in February 2014. Picture: ORLANDO CHIODO
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The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

Christopher Adams at the mansion in February 2014. Picture: ORLANDO CHIODO

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

Christopher Adams at the mansion in February 2014. Picture: ORLANDO CHIODO

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

Christopher Adams at the mansion in February 2014. Picture: ORLANDO CHIODO

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

Christopher Adams at the mansion in February 2014. Picture: ORLANDO CHIODO

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

Christopher Adams at the mansion in February 2014. Picture: ORLANDO CHIODO

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

The Minnamurra mansion will include six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and garaging for 16 cars.

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12345678910111213141516171819 – SOURCE: The Illawarra Mercury

The property dubbed “the abandoned Minnamurra mansion” has been listed for auction with a price guide “above $1.8 million”.

The palatial Dunmore Equestrian Centre homestead was two-thirds complete when work stopped six years ago after the Belmorgan companies of the property’s then owner John Kosseris were placed in receivership.

The property sat empty for six years, complicated by court orders to restore environmentally sensitive wetlands damaged during construction work, repairs that Mr Kosseris claimed would cost $4 million.

As a result, St George Bank, which held the mortgage, refused to take possession of the property. During that time the property became a magnet for vandals – and a popular illegal skate park regularly featuring on YouTube.

The mansion, at 71 Fig Hill Lane, Minnamurra, has an estimated internal area of about 5000 square metres and includes six bedrooms, nine bathrooms and a 16-car garage.

The 40-hectare property, which has spectacular 360-degree views across the southern Illawarra, has approximately three kilometres of Minnamurra River frontage.

At the end of 2013, Wollongong lawyer Christopher Adams formed a partnership with some fellow Illawarra businessmen to take possession of the vandalised property.

Between February and August last year they spent $200,000 cleaning and securing the property with the aim of unveiling the building’s potential as one of the region’s grandest properties.

Mr Adams said an initial expression of interest campaign attracted more than 60 national and international inquiries, including schools, religious groups and private developers.

The property went to contract but the sale fell through, prompting a new campaign through agent Michelle Lay of Ray White Kiama.

A date for the auction will be set in the next week, Ms Lay said.

Mr Adams said it had been confirmed there was no asbestos on the site, however there was still no agreement with Shellharbour City Council over remediation work on the damaged area adjoining the river.

Shellharbour council spent more than $350,000 pursuing Mr Kosseris through the courts and said the existing orders still stood.

Mr Adams said all potential purchasers were made aware of the issues, but the advice they had received was that the area was now so overgrown it was best left as it was.