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The "duh" award for most obvious headlines

Janine Perrett
28 April 2016

By Janine Perrett

Time to end the week on our irregular awards for the most obvious headlines.

Or the "duh" award.

"Former PM says he does not think Liberals will make him PM again"

Say it aint so Tony.

"It's hard to really say our system is stuffed"

Incoming ING director adds her eloquent insightful views to the banking royal commission debate.

Oh, and she added for good measure, that it would all be helped with more gender diversity. Meaning women at the top of the bank culture.

"Commonwealth whistleblower says he went to Commbank wealth boss Annabelle Spring"

That was evidence at a Senate inquiry yesterday so see previous Sherry story for silliness.

Sydney becoming like New York.

Don't get too excited - not in the way of becoming a dynamic financial capital attracting the best and brightest in the world.

More in terms of more expensive to buy a home there type of example.

Broadspectrum now decides to back Spanish takeover bid.

Might have been a good backflip given the pending closure of the Manus Island detention centre and the $1billion of Aussie taxpayer funds that flowed into the former Transfield’s coffers.

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