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  1. Rio Tinto sees commodities customers turning cautious http://finance.yahoo.com/news/rio-tinto-sees-customers-turning-224257057.html
  2. Hi, I am selling my Kia Rio LX. Bought it in Dec 2009 brand new, and it has rego until Dec 2010, It has done just over 7500 KMS', and one female owner - me!! It is a very economical car. Also pretty low insurance. Colour - silver. 5 Door. Radio, CD Player and Ipod Dock. Engine 1395. Air Con. Electric front windows. In lovely clean condition - no bumps or scratches. I am in Mornington, South Melbourne and can be contcated by PM to have a look and for more details if you want to do a check on the vehicle. I will get a roadworthy done. Selling cos had a promotion at work and get a company car!! Thanks Lyn
  3. Selling our 2008 KIA RIO due to upcoming move back to UK. Metallic Ice Blue 5 speed manual 4 cylinder Unleaded Multi-point injected 1.4L (1399cc) Very economical to run Excellent condition - 1 careful lady owner (even if I say so myself!) Very low millage only 14,500 Selling CHEAP - only $9,995 - bargain for car of this age and millage. It's advertised here on Cars For Sale if you want to see more info and pictures. Drop me a PM if you're interested, we're staying in Lane Cove. Rachel :biggrin:
  4. :biggrin:Hi Guys we are selling our Kia Rio Sedan. It is a 2004 model, Gold in colour. It has done 36000km on the clock. We brought it one year ago from a dealer and it had done 24000km. It has a small dent on the front bumper behind the number plate and also a small dent on the back bumper. Other than that it is in lovely condition, and has been a wonderful family car for us. We are looking to get $8500 Any questions please feel free to P.M me or phone Steven on 041 775 6973. Thankyou x:biggrin:
  5. Smith Tribe

    Kia rio for sale!!!!

    Hi all at PIO, We are selling our Kia Rio 1.6 Silver. We have had this car from new in 2008 although it is a 2006 model. It has 43,000k on clock, 5 door, air con, cd player, very economical on fuel. Rego until July. Selling due to going back to UK. We are in Brisbane, Bayside. Feel free to come and have a look. Call on 0438595647 or 0732866945 or PM. $8000. Smiths :biggrin:
  6. Hi all, I heard on the radio this morning that Rio Tinto (mining company) are commencing their new 'Brockman' operations/site - if you go to www.riotinto.com, then careers, then vacancies, and search using 'brockman' as a key word, a number of jobs come up - stuff like health and safety tech, load and haul jobs, training officers, supervisor, moblie equipment maintenance, etc. Just thought that this might be useful! Genevieve
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    Ronnie On The Phone From Rio

    RONNIE ON THE PHONE FROM RIO By Desmond Zwar I am on the phone to another Pom … in Rio, and the Cockney grumble of Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs bounces down the line. Britain’s most notorious ‘unofficial emigrant’ says of course he is ready to talk about his time in Australia, and his new career in public relations. Speaking from his exile where he entertains tourists (‘a barbecue, all you can drink, a dip in the pool and the Ronnie Biggs Experience for $50’) 64-year-old Ronnie is almost sobbing with nostalgia as he recalls the four illegal years he spent in Australia on building sites. When the tears were wiped away he gets down to business. He’d just become South American agent, PR-man and shareholder (he told me over an echoing line) in an Australian invention, a revolutionary car engine that was going to change the world. And truly, ‘it runs on petrol and water’. Ronnie warned me, anyone who didn’t get into it at $2.40 a share was a mug. So exciting was this invention (by a New Zealand figure called Rick Mayne, now Queensland multi-millionaire) that some highly-titled Britons indeed, including the Duke of Marlborough, had hurried along to a London stockbroker’s office a few months ago to get in on the action. There is a complicated time difference between Brazil and London and I had mistakenly greeted Ronnie with a ‘good morning.’ "Well, it’s good evening if you want to speak to Ronald Biggs," said the old robber. "You own shares in Split Cycle Technology?" "Yes, I do, Sir. I don’t know how many yet, ‘cos I haven’t received them. I am being given them so I’ll talk about them." He recognised my accent. "I would love to go back to Australia, I really would." Slipping into ‘Oz’ when every British detective was after him all those years ago seemed ‘a piece of cake’. "When my wife and family arrived in Darwin we drove down to Cairns. We went across to Green Island and saw the Great Barrier Reef. We looked at it from a glass-bottomed boat. I didn’t fancy diving in, ‘cos as a Pommie, I was frightened of those Noah’s Arks. "What I miss about Australia are the barbecues, the beaches, the Australian humour. I walked into a Melbourne urinal and there’s this notice: ‘Don’t throw your dog-ends in here, people find them hard to light afterwards.’ "Australians work hard and play hard. I worked on building sites and the Melbourne airport hanging partitions and ceilings. The foreman would come around and if a fella didn’t have his nail-bag on he’d reckon he was sick and send him home. He was hard on us; but at the end of the day he’d take us round the pub, order drinks for everyone and that same fella, who was cracking the whip all day, would pay the bill. That wouldn’t happen in England. "If I could be accepted back in Australia I’d go back, I really would. I appreciate the people and their philosophy. They rubbish the Pommies, but that is part of their humour. Australians have the best dirty jokes in the world." Ronnie said he regularly talked to tourists from the UK who always asked him: Did he want to go back to England? "When people ask me about England, I’ve got to say I really have no desire to see England again. Only maybe for a holid’y. In two years, when my son is 19, I face the fact that the Brazilian Government will ask me to move on to some country that has no extradition treaty with Brazil. That really narrows it down in this side of the world, to Venezuela or Costa Rica. And what if their presidents don’t want me? "They’ll say: ‘What’re we gonna do with Ronnie?’ I’ll become The Most Unwanted Man!" "In the meantime," he said, brightening, he was getting ready for the visit of 27 Australians taking part in the Biggs Experience tour arranged by travel agents. "It’s one of my scams. Otherwise I’m not allowed to work. Fifty bucks and all you can drink. But I reckon I’m taking a risk with Aussies." Mr. Rick Mayne, inventor, Lamborghini owner and listed in Australia’s Richest to be worth $50m., had defended his decision to employ the old robber. He said that now he had Ronnie Biggs aboard if people didn’t like it, well, "That is stiff bikkies. I come from a pretty hairy background myself. I have been pilloried in every Australian newspaper for being an ex-crook." (White collar fraud) "I did my time. I’ve come out. I’ve made good. I certainly don’t stand on anybody else who’s done their time. I realise the seriousness of Ronnie’s offences, but I have no qualms about him being involved."
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