Friday humour - February 19, 2016

From Burnout @ Bluehaze:

My inconclusive travel plans 2016

I have been in many places, but I've never been in Cahoots.

Apparently, you can't go alone. You have to be in Cahoots with someone.

I've also never been in Cognito. I hear no one recognizes you there.

I have, however , been in Sane. They don't have an airport; you have to be
driven there. I have made several trips there, thanks to my friends, family
and work.

I would like to go to Conclusions, but you have to jump, and I'm not too
much on physical  activity anymore.

I have also been in Doubt. That is a sad place to go, and I try not to
visit there too often.

I've been in Flexible, but only when it was very important to stand firm.

Sometimes I'm in Capable, and I go there more often as I'm getting older.

One of my favorite places to be is in Suspense! It really gets the
adrenalin flowing and pumps up the old heart! At my age I need all the
stimuli I can get!

I may have been in Continent, and I don't remember what country I was in.
It's an age thing.

PLEASE DO YOUR PART!

Today is one of the many National Mental Health Days throughout the year.
You can do your bit by remembering to send an e-mail to at least one
unstable person. My job is done!

Life is too short for negative drama and petty things. So laugh insanely,
love truly and forgive quickly!

From one unstable person to another... I hope everyone is happy in your
head - we're all doing pretty good in mine!

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Male pensioners 50 Shades Of Grey.

We had a novel experience at a recent meeting of our book club at the Men's
Shed.
One of our senior members came up with an interesting suggestion.

He said his wife thought that we should read a book called "Fifty Shades of
Grey" as we might learn something from it.
Someone thought it would come in handy when re-painting the house.

The chaps were all asked to attend our next meeting with some notes
relating to their experience of reading the book and its relevance to our
activities.

At the follow-up meeting we had an enthusiastic full house where the blokes
recounted the literary impact of the novel.
Here are their experiences:
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Bill Carruthers, 74
We tried various positions – round the back, on the side, up against a
wall.
But in the end we came to the conclusion the bottom of the garden was the
only place for a good shed.
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Nick Enwright, 86

She stood before me, trembling in my shed.
“I’m yours for the night,” she gasped, “You can do whatever you
want with me.”
So I took her to Bunnings.
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Ted Roberts, 79

She knelt before me on the shed floor and tugged gently at first, then
harder until finally it came. I moaned with pleasure. Now for the other
boot.
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Tom Entwhistle, 73

Ever since she read THAT book, I’ve had to buy all kinds of ropes, chains
and shackles. She still manages to get into the shed, though.
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Jack Farthing, 78

“Put on this rubber suit and mask,” I instructed, calmly.
“Mmmm, kinky!” she purred.
“Yes,” I said, “You can’t be too careful with all that asbestos in
the shed roof.”
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John Hardcastle, 72

“I’m a very naughty girl,” she said, biting her lip. “I need to be
punished.”
So I invited my mum to stay for the weekend.
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Colin Horrocks, 65

“Harder!” she cried, gripping the workbench tightly. “Harder!”
“Okay,” I said. “What’s the gross national product of Nicaragua?”
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Malcolm Riddock, 75

I lay back exhausted, gazing happily out of the shed window. Despite my
concerns about my inexperience, my rhubarb had come up a treat.
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Allen Cardly, 74

“Are you sure you can take the pain?” she demanded, brandishing
stilettos.
“I think so,” I gulped.
“Here we go, then,” she said, and showed me the receipt.
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Humphrey Landsdowne, 56

Hurt me!” she begged, raising her skirt as she bent over my workbench.
“Very well,” I replied. “You’ve got a fat ar*e and no dress
sense.”
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Nicholas Benchley, 53

“Are you sure you want this?” I asked. “When I’m done, you won’t
be able to sit down for weeks.” She nodded.
“Okay,” I said, putting the three-piece lounge furniture on eBay.
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Toby Williams, 60

“Punish me!” she cried. “Make me suffer like only a real man can!”
“Very well,” I replied, leaving the toilet seat up

From: Anonymous3
Subject: Synchronized Drones
Fabulous display!

This 100 Drone Synchronized Airshow is the World's Largest and Most
Impressive - 2 Min, 25 Sec

Drones have a lot of people worried about privacy, but they can be used for
good as well as nefarious purposes.

Take, for instance, a spectacular display of drone technology by Intel
Corporation (USA) involving 100 small aircrafts being launched skywards in
formation has earned a new Guinness World Record for the Most Unmanned
Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) airborne simultaneously.

Controlled on the ground by a crew using PCs with Intel software, the mass
of drones lit up the night sky in sync to a live performance of
Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony and executed a stunning light show resembling
a fireworks display.

“Drone 100” took place at Flugplatz Ahrenlohe, Tornesch, Germany, in
November 2015.

The record was set in collaboration with Ars Electronica Futurelab to push
the limits of the UAV industry and to show what UAVs can be used for.
 Click here

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From: Burnout
Subject: BLBLBLBLBLBLBLBLBLBLBLBL (XXX)

Be careful where you open this.
Now if you hear "Blblblblbblb" you'll now know what is making that noise.

Be sure to turn the sound on
 Click here

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From: Haz
Subject: Fwd: Dr. Codger.

An old codger became very bored in retirement and decided to open a medical
clinic.

He put a sign up outside that said:  "Dr Codger's clinic. Get your
treatment for $500, if not cured, get back $1,000."

Doctor "Young," who was positive that this old codger didn't know beans
about medicine, thought this would be a great opportunity to get $1,000.  
So he went to Dr. Codger's clinic.

Dr. Young: "Dr. Codger, I have lost all taste in my mouth. Can you please
help me ??"

Dr. Codger: "Nurse, please bring medicine from box 22 and put 3 drops in
Dr. Young's mouth."

Dr. Young: Aaagh !! -- "This is petrol!"

Dr. Codger: "Congratulations! You've got your taste back. That will be
$500."

Dr. Young gets annoyed and goes back after a couple of days figuring to
recover his money.

Dr. Young:  "I have lost my memory, I cannot remember anything."

Dr. Codger: "Nurse, please bring medicine from box 22 and put 3 drops in
the patient's mouth."

Dr. Young:  "Oh, no you don't,  -- that is petrol!

Dr. Codger: "Congratulations! You've got your memory back.   That will be
$500."

Dr. Young (after having lost $1000) leaves angrily and comes back after
several more days.

Dr. Young: "My eyesight has become weak ---I can hardly see anything!!!!

Dr. Codger: "Well, I don't have any medicine for that so, " Here's your
$1000 back." (giving him a $10 bill

Dr. Young: "But this is only $10!

Dr. Codger:  "Congratulations!    You got your vision back!  ; That will be
$500."

Moral of story  -- Just because you're "Young" doesn't mean that you can
outsmart an "old Codger"*

Remember: Don't make old people mad. We don't like being old in the first
place, so it doesn't take much to tick us off (& we DO get even!!!).

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From: KRP
Subject: How To Lose A Few Toes (Or An Entire Foot)
 Click here

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From: Sack
Subject: Inventions created by women

And for all you guys out there who thought the only invention was a rolling
pin!  (cheeky).

1. The Car Heater
We all owe our thanks to Margaret A Wilcox who invented the car heater in
1893!

(Margaret also invented a combined clothes and dishwasher)

2.  Monopoly

This popular board game was designed by Elizabeth Magie in 1904, originally
called the Landlord’s Game.
The purpose of this game was to expose the injustices of unchecked
capitalism.
Her game was ripped off by Charles Darrow who sold it to Parker Brother’s
30 years later.
However Parker Brothers later paid Elizabeth $500 for her game.
Gee Thanks!

3. The Fire Escape
The fire escape was invented by Anna Connelly in 1887

4. The Life Raft

The life saving Life Raft was invented by Maria Beasely  in 1882. (Maria
also invented a machine that makes barrels)

5. Residential Solar Heating
Solar heating for residential housing was invented by Dr Maria Telkes in
1947.
Dr. Telkes was a Psychiatrist in addition to being a  Solar-Power Pioneer

6.  The Medical Syringe

The medical syringe which could be operated with only one hand was invented
by a woman by the name of Letitia Geer in 1899

7. The Modern Electric Refrigerator

The electric refrigerator was invented by Florence Parpart in 1914
(Florence also invented an improved street cleaning machine in addition to
the refrigerator)

8. The Ice Cream Maker

The ice cream maker was invented by a woman named Nancy Johnson in 1843.
Her patented design is still used today!

9. The Computer Algorithm

Ada Lovelace is essentially the first computer programer due to her work
with Charles Babbage at the University of London in 1842.
In fact her notes was an essential key to helping Alan Turing’s work on
the first modern computers in the 1940s.

10. Telecommunications Technology

Some of the Telecommunication Technology developed by Dr Shirley Jackson
include portable fax, touch tone telephone,
solar cells, fibre optic cables, and the technology behind caller ID and
call waiting.

11. The Dishwasher

The Dishwasher was invented by Josephine Cochrane in 1887. Before her time,
she even marketed her machine to hotel owners and even opened her own
factory without the help of a man!

12. Wireless Transmission Technology

Hedy Lamarr, a world famous film star, invented a secret communications
system during World War II for radio-controlling torpedoes.
This Technology also paved the way for everything from Wi-Fi to GPS

13. Closed-Cercuit Television Security (CCTV)

Marie Van Brittan Brown invented CCTV because of the slow response of
police officers in 1969 to help people ensure their own security.
This invention influenced modern CCTV systems used for home security and
police work today.

14. The Modern Paper Bag
Margaret Knight invented a machine that makes square bottomed paper bags in
1871. She almost didn’t get credit when Charles Anan tried to steal her
work claiming that it wasn’t possible for a woman to create this
brilliant invention.  (Margaret also invented a safety device for cotton
mills when she was 12… that invention is still being used today)

15.  Central Heating

Although Alice Parker’s invention in 1919 of a gas powered central heater
was never manufactured.
Her idea was the first that allowed for using natural gas to heat a home,
inspiring the central heating systems used today

16.  Kevlar

This life-saving material that is 5 times stronger than steel and used to
make bulletproof vests was invented in 1965 by Stephanie Kwolek

 17. Computer Software

Dr Grace Murray Hopper was a computer scientist that invented COBOL which
is the first user-friendly business computer software system in the
1940’s.
She was also a rear admiral in the U.S. navy and the first person to use
the term “bug” in reference to a glitch in a computer system when she
literally found a bug (moth) causing problems with her computer

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From: Sack
Subject:   Black names for hurricanes

Just when you thought you have heard all of the stupid things that are
going on in the US -- this comes along... Black hurricanes....

Well, it appears our African-American friends have found yet something else
to be p*ssed about.

A black congresswoman (this would be Sheila Jackson Lee, of Houston),
reportedly complained that the names of hurricanes are all Caucasian
sounding names..
She would prefer some names that reflect African-American culture such as:
Chamiqua,Tanisha,Woeisha, Shaquille, and Jamal.  NOT making this up!

She would also like the weather reports to be broadcast in 'language' that
street people can understand because one of the problems that happened in
New Orleans was, that black people couldn't understand the seriousness of
the situation, due to the racially biased language of the weather report.

I guess if the weather person says that the winds are going to blow at 140+
MPH, that's too hard to understand   I can hear it now: A weatherman in New
Orleans says...

Wazzup, mutha-fukkas! Hehr-i-cane Chamiqua be headin' fo' yo ass like Leroy
on a  rocket!
Bitch be a category fo'! So, turn off dem chitlins, grab yo' chirren, leave
yo crib, and head fo' de nearest FEMA office fo yo FREE sh*t.

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From: Sack
Subject:  20 Things About Malcolm Turnbull ...
20 things you possibly did not know about Malcolm Turnbull  Doug Aiton

 1. Some years ago he nearly became a novelist. He tried to finish a novel
started by his late mother, Coral Lansbury, called Opium.

2. He has been all of: a journalist, a barrister, a banker, a developer of
shopping centres, a businessman, a politician, a Rhodes scholar, a student
at Oxford, and now a Prime Minister.

3. When he was nine, his mother left him and his father to live in
Philadelphia with a New Zealand academic called John Salmon. His mother
kept in touch, but physically disappeared from his life. “Yeah, I was
sad,” he confessed, years later.

4. His mother wrote plays for radio, the best known of which was called
Portia Faces Life. Turnbull remembers her writing such lines as “Why will
you not marry me?” and “Put down that gun”.

5. All male Turnbull’s, including Malcolm, his father, and his son, have
the second name Bligh. His ancestors were Scots, one of whom, John
Turnbull, came to Australia in 1802 with a shipload of Scottish free
settlers. They supported deposed NSW Governor William Bligh.

6. His father Bruce was born in Tumut. He became an electrician, and later
a Sydney hotel broker. He was killed in a plane crash in the Hunter Valley
in 1982 on a flight from Scone to Casino. He was 56.

 7. His father taught him: no cigarettes, no motor bikes, and, sadly, no
single engine planes. “I can’t believe that he got on the single engine
plane that day.”

8. Malcolm inherited his father’s farm in the Hunter Valley which he once
said he could never sell because his father was buried in the front garden.

9. He described his father as witty, amusing, and light. “I’m probably
a bit more serious. He was a very good father.”

10. He later discovered that his father had very little money, and spent
much of what he had on sending Malcolm to Sydney Grammar. Malcolm became
co-senior prefect there. “Bible study was non-sectarian. And there was a
large proportion of Jewish boys. There was a fairly healthy scepticism. It
wasn’t a school for going around engaging in imperial-jingoism.”

11. During his Oxford years he made a speech at the Cambridge Union which
led to the editor of the Sunday Times, Harold Evans, offering him a job. He
could not take this up because at the time The Times and Sunday Times went
out of production because of a prolonged printers’ strike objecting to
new technology.

12. As a barrister aged 31, he took on the British government led by
Margaret Thatcher. He defended former MI5 member Peter Wright in the courts
and won, with the celebrated “Spycatcher” case in 1986, about which he
later wrote a book called The Spycatcher Trial. The government had tried to
suppress publication of the book, maintaining it violated the Official
Secrets Act.

13. He led the Australian Republican Movement at the time of the referendum
in 1999, which the monarchists, more or less led by Prime Minister John
Howard, won. Turnbull had no hostile feelings towards the Queen. “She
seems pleasant and respected and she does a very good job. I have a big
problem with the institution. First, I object to any office that is
hereditary. And second, I object to the fact that the monarch must be a
member of the Church of England and can only be married to a Protestant.”

14. He became wealthy mainly through starting his own bank which invested
in shopping centres. Financial security was important to him. “My father
and I went through times of great financial insecurity. We had a two-room
flat. He was frugal. Yes, it was very important. The reason is, financial
independence gives you freedom. If I made a hundred million next week it
wouldn’t change my lifestyle. The key thing, the only thing, is that it
gives you independence. You can’t do things unless you have a bit of
brass.”

15. Asked in 1999 if he wanted to be Prime Minister, Turnbull said:
“Well, who wouldn’t! I think my problem is I have succeeded in making
myself unacceptable to all parties.”

16. He instigated the Bruce Turnbull scholarship at Sydney Grammar School,
offering scholarships to boys who could not otherwise afford to attend the
school.

17. In 1987, he formed an investment banking firm called Whitlam Turnbull
and Co. Ltd. This was in partnership with former Labour NSW Premier Neville
Wran, and Nicholas Whitlam, son of Labour Prime Minister Gough Whitlam.

18. In 2005, the wealth of Malcolm and wife Lucy was estimated at $133
million. In 2010 it was estimated at $186 million. Until the arrival of
Clive Palmer, he was said to be the wealthiest Australian parliamentarian.

19. His mother was a first cousin of British actress Angela Lansbury.

20. He was extremely close to his father. “He was a very intelligent man.
He did not go to university, which he regretted. He had a very simple sort
of morality which I think, well I’m sure, I inherited. Rather an
old-fashioned concept of honour and manliness and principle. It can make
you a bit unbending. One thing he believed was that you should never take a
backward step.”

- Doug Aiton is a newspaper journalist and radio broadcaster. He has worked
for The London Times, The Age, ABC Radio and 3AW

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From: Seasoldier
Subject: British Medical Journal

There is a medical distinction between Guts and Balls
We've heard colleagues referring to people with Guts, or with Balls.
Do they, however, know the difference between them?

Here's the official distinction; straight from the British Medical 
Journal: Volume 323; page 295.

GUTS - Is arriving home late, after a night out with the lads, being met by
your wife with a broom, and having the Gutsto ask: Are you still cleaning,
or are you flying somewhere?

BALLS - Is coming home late after a night out with the lads, smelling of
perfume and beer, lipstick on your collar, slapping your wife on the butt
and having the Balls to say: "You're next, Chubby!"

I trust this clears up any confusion.

Medically speaking, there is no difference in the outcome; both are fatal .

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From: Seasoldier
Subject: Exam

  After my recent Prostate Exam at Toronto General,
  which was one of the most thorough examinations I've ever had,
  the Doctor left and the nurse came in.
  As she shut the door, she asked me a question I didn't want to hear....

  She said...."Who Was That guy?"

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From: Seasoldier
Subject: Definitons - - male vs female
EIGHT WORDS WITH TWO MEANINGS

1. THINGY (thing-ee) n.
Female...... Any part under a car's hood.
Male..... The strap fastener on a woman's bra.

2. VULNERABLE (vul-ne-ra-bel) adj.
Female.... Fully opening up one's self emotionally to another.
Male..... Playing hockey without a cup.

3. COMMUNICATION (ko-myoo-ni-kay-shon) n .
Female... The open sharing of thoughts and feelings with one's partner.
Male... Leaving a note before taking off on a fishing trip with the boys.

4. COMMITMENT (ko- mit-ment) n.
Female..... A desire to get married and raise a family.
Male...... Trying not to hit on other women while out with this one .

5. ENTERTAINMENT (en-ter-tayn-ment) n.
Female.... A good movie, concert, play or book.
Male...... Anything that can be done while drinking beer.

6. FLATULENCE (flach-u-lens) n.
Female.... An embarrassing by - product of indigestion.
Male...... A source of entertainment, self-expression, male bonding.

7 MAKING LOVE (may-king luv) n.
Female...... The greatest expression of intimacy a couple can achieve.
Male..... Call it whatever you want, just as long as we do it.

8. REMOTE CONTROL (ri-moht kon-trohl) n.
Female.... A device for changing from one TV channel to another.
Male... A device for scanning through all 375 channels every 5 minutes.

AND

He said.... I don't know why you wear a bra; you've got nothing to put in
it.
She said.... You wear pants don't you?

He said..... Shall we try swapping positions tonight?
She said... That's a good idea - you stand by the ironing board while I sit
on the sofa and fart!

He said..... What have you been doing with all the grocery money I gave
you?
She said ....Turn sideways and look in the mirror!

He said..... Why are married women heavier than single women?
She said..... Single women come home, see what's in the fridge and go to
bed
                 ..Married women come home, see what's in bed and go to the
fridge.

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From: Valerie
Subject: jokes

*Q*: What is the best part of a Boxer's joke?
*A*: The PUNCH line.

*Q*: What kind of house weighs the least?
*A*: A LIGHT house.

*Q*: Why is a river rich?
*A*: It has two banks.

*Q*: What is faster - heat or cold?
*A*: Heat - you can catch cold.

*Q*: What word in the dictionary is always spelled wrong?
*A*: WRONG

*Q*: What question can you never truthfully answer 'Yes'?
*A*: Are you asleep?

*Q*: Which is the quietest sport?
*A*: Bowling - you can hear a pin drop.

*Q*: What occurs once in a minute, twice in a moment, but never in an hour?
*A*: the letter M.

*Q*: What goes around the world but stays in a corner?
*A*: A postage stamp

*Q*: What kind of room has no door or windows?
*A*: a mushroom.

*Q*: What word starts with an 'E' and has only one letter in it?
*A*: an Envelope

Subject: Blonde jokes

 Blonde: “What does IDK mean?”

Brunette: “I don’t know.”

Blonde: “OMG, *nobody* does!”

Why do blondes tip-toe past medicine cabinets?

So they don’t wake up the sleeping pills.

Why did the blonde get so excited about finishing a jigsaw puzzle in six
months?

Because the box said it was for “2 to 4 years.”

What did the blonde say when she found out she was pregnant?

“I wonder if it’s mine.”

Why do blondes stare at orange juice containers for hours on end?

Because they say “concentrate.”

Why did the blonde put her iPad in the blender?

She was trying to make apple juice.

Three blondes walk into a building.

You’d think at least one of them would’ve seen it.

Why did the blonde put lipstick on her forehead?

She was desperately trying to make up her mind.

Why couldn’t the blonde dial 911?

She couldn’t find the eleven.

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From: Wally
Subject: Einstein

A very educational email. I’m sure you will enjoy it.
Did you know this about Einstein?

Einstein was born March 14, 1879.
He would be 135 if he were alive today. Few people remember that he married
his cousin, Elsa Lowenthal, after his first marriage failed in 1919.

At the time he stated that he was attracted to Elsa “because she was so
well endowed”.

He postulated that if you are attracted to women with large breasts, the
attraction is even stronger if there is a
DNA connection.
This came to be known as….
.Einstein’s
Theory of RelativeTitty.”

Oh, stop moaning! I don’t write these... I receive them from my friends
and   then send them on to you. Anyway, it beats the hell out of all that
political cr*p, doesn't it...???

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From: Whizzbang
+++ Subject: Malcolm Turnbull: OR Wizzbang turns political........

There's a new petition on Change.org and we think you might be interested
in signing it:
Malcolm Turnbull: Make big businesses like Ikea, Qantas, Google, Freedom
and countless others pay their taxes and back taxes to Australia or boycott
them.
Kate K
Adelaide, Australia

Sign Kate's petition

Out of 1539 of Australia's largest corporations 38% paid no tax in 2013/14.
If the average Aussie worker refused to pay tax we would be hauled over the
coals. So why the double standards? I want these businesses to pay what
they owe! At the moment Australian people are being put under financial
pressure on a daily basis trying to make ends meet and it's being made
harder by Government spending cuts to Aussie workers. Before you raise the
GST or make more cuts to health and education how about you make these big
businesses pay their taxes and put legislation into place to stop them
moving money to offshore accounts and other dodgy practices. Make sure
everyone pays their taxes not just the little people! Make it fair!
Australians stop giving these companies your business until this changes! 
Help the Australians you're supposed to be looking after the interests of
and make these corporations pay like the rest of us! They can definitely
afford it!

Full list of companies paying no tax:

QANTAS AIRWAYS LIMITED
Total income: $14,904,300,000
GHP 104 160 689 PTY LTD
Total income: $11,731,300,000
EXXONMOBIL AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $9,617,330,000
ENERGYAUSTRALIA HOLDINGS LTD
Total income: $8,843,050,000
LEND LEASE CORPORATION LIMITED
Total income: $7,683,440,000
DOWNER EDI LIMITED
Total income: $6,572,670,000
ARRIUM LIMITED
Total income: $5,611,830,000
CITIC RESOURCES AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $5,050,800,000
BLUESCOPE STEEL LTD
Total income: $4,678,480,000
MITSUBISHI DEVELOPMENT PTY LTD
Total income: $4,615,250,000
GLENCORE INVESTMENT PTY LIMITED
Total income: $4,611,850,000
HOPE DOWNS MARKETING COMPANY PTY LTD
Total income: $4,444,630,000
VIRGIN AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS LIMITED
Total income: $4,305,120,000
GENERAL MOTORS AUSTRALIA LTD
Total income: $4,138,130,000
LLOYDS INTERNATIONAL PTY LIMITED
Total income: $3,950,990,000
AZSA HOLDINGS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $3,774,310,000
VODAFONE HUTCHISON AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $3,567,090,000
ANGLO AMERICAN AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $3,541,480,000
AUSTRALIAN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES LIMITED
Total income: $3,322,340,000
HEWLETT PACKARD SOUTH PACIFIC PTY LTD
Total income: $3,130,520,000
BHCA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $3,128,010,000
CHEVRON AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $3,031,730,000
PEABODY AUSTRALIA HOLDCO PTY LTD
Total income: $3,020,430,000
FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA LTD
Total income: $2,940,670,000BHP
BILLITON ALUMINIUM AUSTRALIA PTY L TD
Total income: $2,888,630,000
NEWS AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $2,847,570,000
TRANSFIELD SERVICES LIMITED
Total income: $2,817,420,000
CARGILL AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $2,596,780,000
LAING O'ROURKE AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $2,554,540,000
NEWMONT AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $2,545,620,000
PUMA ENERGY (AUSTRALIA) HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $2,449,380,000
BNP PARIBAS
Total income: $2,443,480,000
NEWCREST MINING LIMITED
Total income: $2,439,550,000
AVENG AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $2,364,360,000
MARUBENI AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $2,326,650,000
INGHAM HOLDINGS I PTY LTD
Total income: $2,268,130,000
SPOTLESS GROUP HOLDINGS LIMITED
Total income: $2,267,840,000
BURNS PHILP AND CO PTY LIMITED
Total income: $2,263,120,000
RTA HOLDCO AUSTRALIA 1 PTY LTD
Total income: $2,151,050,000
AGRIUM SP HOLDINGS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $2,149,180,000
FOOD INVESTMENTS PTY LTD
Total income: $2,124,040,000
HEALTHSCOPE LIMITED
Total income: $2,121,700,000
CSL LIMITED
Total income: $2,105,980,000
NISSAN MOTOR CO (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD
Total income: $2,098,610,000
AMCOR LIMITED
Total income: $2,085,770,000
SABMILLER AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $2,078,380,000
MITSUBISHI MOTORS AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $2,037,580,000
UGL LIMITED
Total income: $2,019,200,000
FUTURE FUND INVESTMENT COMPANY NO.3 PTY LTD
Total income: $2,010,080,000
DAVID JONES LIMITED
Total income: $2,005,960,000
FOXTEL CABLE TELEVISION PTY LIMITED
Total income: $1,973,520,000
SGSP (AUSTRALIA) ASSETS PTY LTD
Total income: $1,965,190,000

And the list goes on dear reader:

NEW ZEALAND MILK (AUSTRALASIA) PTY LTD
Total income: $1,956,740,000
VENNOR INVESTMENTS PTY LTD
Total income: $1,858,500,000
CONCOPHILLIPS AUSTRALIA GAS HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $1,850,760,000
TRANSPACIFIC INDUSTRIES GROUP LTD
Total income: $1,814,300,000
FULTON HOGAN AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $1,788,020,000
SUMITOMO AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $1,783,440,000
MONDELEZ AUSTRALIA GROUP CO PTY LTD
Total income: $1,742,570,000
WILMAR AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $1,696,560,000
MIRVAC LIMITED
Total income: $1,690,750,000
QUEENSLAND ALUMINA LIMITED
Total income: $1,682,780,000
NINE ENTERTAINMENT CO. HOLDINGS LIMITED
Total income: $1,622,200,000
YANCOAL AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $1,591,810,000
HYDROX HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $1,560,010,000
SWISS RE AUSTRALIA LTD
Total income: $1,537,740,000
BPIH PTY LIMITED
Total income: $1,486,950,000
BAE SYSTEMS AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS LIMITED
Total income: $1,464,530,000
CSR LIMITED
Total income: $1,456,650,000
CO-OPERATIEVE CENTRALE RAIFFEISEN-BOER
ENLEENBANK B.A
Total income: $1,435,830,000
VICTORIA POWER NETWORKS PTY LTD
Total income: $1,432,110,000
INGRAM MICRO HOLDINGS (AUSTRALIA) PTY LIMITED
Total income: $1,397,660,000
ELDERS LTD
Total income: $1,396,970,000
TRANSURBAN HOLDINGS LIMITED
Total income: $1,378,840,000
HANNOVER LIFE RE OF AUSTRALASIA LTD
Total income: $1,364,420,000
AUSTRALIAN PIPELINE TRUST
Total income: $1,355,620,000
AUSNET SERVICES (DISTRIBUTION) LTD
Total income: $1,311,240,000
ADM TRADING AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $1,307,020,000
STOCKLAND CORPORATION LTD
Total income: $1,283,000,000
WATPAC LIMITED
Total income: $1,277,620,000
MMG AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $1,274,470,000
DIMENSION DATA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $1,260,500,000
RCR TOMLINSON LTD
Total income: $1,205,950,000
INTERNATIONAL POWER (AUSTRALIA) HOLDINGS PTY
LTD
Total income: $1,205,630,000
SANDVIK AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $1,202,330,000
RGA AUSTRALIAN HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $1,193,960,000
ABB GROUP INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT PTY LTD
Total income: $1,173,330,000
TRONOX LIMITED
Total income: $1,172,150,000
AGL GENERATION HOLDCO PTY LTD
Total income: $1,150,860,000
GE CAPITAL AUSTRALIA FUNDING PTY LTD
Total income: $1,121,340,000
ATLAS IRON LIMITED
Total income: $1,120,200,000
HAIL CREEK MARKETING PTY LTD
Total income: $1,087,990,000
VANTIVE AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $1,084,630,000
GOODMAN FIELDER LIMITED
Total income: $1,083,630,000
GLENCORE AUSTRALIA INVESTMENT HOLDINGS PTY
LTD
Total income: $1,074,920,000
CLERMONT COAL MINES LTD
Total income: $1,065,230,000
BANPU AUSTRALIA CO. PTY LTD
Total income: $1,052,840,000
WHITEHAVEN COAL LIMITED
Total income: $1,040,650,000
BOEING AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $1,024,780,000
TREASURY WINE ESTATES LTD
Total income: $1,012,590,000
MUNICH HOLDINGS OF AUSTRALASIA PTY LTD
Total income: $1,002,030,000
BOYNE SMELTERS LTD
Total income: $978,872,000
MACMAHON HOLDINGS LIMITED
Total income: $946,144,000
AMERICAN EXPRESS AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $943,500,000
HILL 51 PTY LTD
Total income: $918,606,000
SCHLUMBERGER AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $915,239,000
STAPLES AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $913,517,000
HONDA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $909,436,000
TNT AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $907,630,000
COSTCO WHOLESALE AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $889,843,000
BRICKWORKS LIMITED
Total income: $864,047,000
GEMICO HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $848,967,000
NH FOODS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $845,824,000
PEPKOR SOUTH EAST ASIA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $838,227,000
C S AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $832,630,000
NYRSTAR SALES & MARKETING AG
Total income: $820,511,000
ORORA LIMITED
Total income: $819,135,000
JACOBS AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $815,066,000
JP MORGAN CHASE BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Total income: $812,275,000
ALINTA HOLDINGS
Total income: $809,752,000
MUNCHENER RUCKVERSICHERUNGS GESELLSCHAFT
Total income: $806,019,000
LAWRENCE & HANSON GROUP PTY LTD
Total income: $803,304,000
CHINATEX (AUSTRALIA) WOOL COMPANY PTY LTD
Total income: $795,130,000
JP MORGAN AUSTRALIA GROUP PTY LIMITED
Total income: $785,993,000
SONSUB INTERNATIONAL PTY LTD
Total income: $782,556,000
AUSTRALIAN RAIL TRACK CORPORATION LTD
Total income: $782,040,000
PMP LIMITED
Total income: $775,673,000
LLOYDS BANK PLC SYDNEY BRANCH
Total income: $771,712,000
WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT AUSTRALIA PTY
LIMITED
Total income: $763,619,000
PAPER AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $752,517,000
AUSDRILL LTD
Total income: $751,168,000
MCALEESE LIMITED
Total income: $736,946,000
WARKWORTH COAL SALES LTD
Total income: $735,103,000
QENOS HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $717,751,000
OZ MINERALS LIMITED
Total income: $708,983,000
BIS INDUSTRIES GROUP LIMITED
Total income: $703,265,000
CALIBRE GROUP LIMITED
Total income: $698,686,000
OWENS-ILLINOIS (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD
Total income: $696,814,000
CRISTAL INORGANIC CHEMICALS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $687,597,000
THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND NV (AUSTRALIA
BRANCH)
Total income: $686,202,000
ASALEO CARE LIMITED
Total income: $682,316,000
BABC*CK & BROWN INTERNATIONAL PTY LTD
Total income: $680,878,000
AUSTRALAND HOLDINGS LTD
Total income: $679,500,000
RIO DOCE AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $669,037,000
JOY GLOBAL AUSTRALIA HOLDING COMPANY PTY LTD
Total income: $667,719,000
TEN NETWORK HOLDINGS LIMITED
Total income: $660,526,000
SYDNEY AIRPORT LIMITED
Total income: $660,306,000
SEKISUI HOUSE AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $647,262,000
EVOLUTION MINING LIMITED
Total income: $635,088,000
GOLDMAN SACHS HOLDINGS ANZ PTY LIMITED
Total income: $632,576,000
NORSKE SKOG INDUSTRIES AUSTRALIA LTD
Total income: $627,662,000
SOJITZ AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $620,952,000
ROYAL AUTOMOBILE CLUB OF VICTORIA (RACV)
LIMITED
Total income: $620,190,000
LEASEPLAN AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $614,319,000
ROBERT BOSCH (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD
Total income: $607,119,000
BILLABONG INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
Total income: $606,308,000
BARCLAYS BANK PLC
Total income: $603,597,000
GREENSTONE PTY LTD
Total income: $596,536,000
DAVIS LANGDON PROPERTY SERVICES PTY LTD
Total income: $581,609,000
CNOOC GAS AND POWER AUS INVESTMENT PTY
Total income: $575,941,000
NATIONAL ROADS AND MOTORISTS ASSOCIATI ON
LIMITED
Total income: $572,310,000
RANDSTAD HOLDINGS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $567,583,000
BASF AUSTRALIA LTD
Total income: $565,349,000
ALCATEL-LUCENT AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $555,569,000
ENVESTRA LIMITED
Total income: $554,700,000
THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND PLC
Total income: $539,712,000
BRIDGESTONE AUSTRALIA LTD
Total income: $536,729,000
MURRAY & ROBERTS PTY LTD
Total income: $536,113,000
SANDFIRE RESOURCES NL
Total income: $534,344,000
NAMOI COTTON COOPERATIVE LIMITED
Total income: $534,315,000
CENTAMIN EGYPT LTD
Total income: $533,190,000
ADECCO HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $529,973,000
GOLDING GROUP PTY LIMITED
Total income: $525,593,000
CONSOLIDATED AUSTRALIA GROUP PTY LTD
Total income: $525,150,000
CITIC PACIFIC MINING MANAGEMENT PTY LT D
Total income: $525,129,000
PERNOD RICARD PACIFIC HOLDING PTY LTD
Total income: $517,324,000
HANC*CK VICTORIAN PLANTATIONS HOLDINGS PTY
LIMITED
Total income: $514,814,000
HEINZ WATTIE'S PTY LTD
Total income: $513,705,000
BALFOUR BEATTY AND PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
Total income: $512,991,000
BM ALLIANCE COAL OPERATIONS PTY LTD
Total income: $511,459,000
FQM AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $504,520,000
LEMPRIERE (AUSTRALIA) PROPRIETARY LIMITED
Total income: $503,307,000
COZERO HOLDINGS LIMITED
Total income: $502,897,000
TIGER AIRWAYS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $501,151,000
NEXANS AUSTRALIA HOLDING PTY LTD
Total income: $499,542,000
CONSOLIDATED MINERALS HOLDINGS (AUSTRALIA)
PTY LTD
Total income: $496,776,000
CNPR LIMITED
Total income: $496,372,000
BSA LTD
Total income: $491,770,000
MINMETALS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $489,974,000
SADDLEBACK INVESTMENTS PTY LTD
Total income: $486,867,000
AUSTRALIA PACIFIC LNG PTY LTD
Total income: $481,443,000
FLSMIDTH PTY LTD
Total income: $481,032,000
ANGLOGOLD INVESTMENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $477,204,000
DANAHER AUSTRALIA HOLDING PTY LTD
Total income: $466,485,000
METLIFE INSURANCE LIMITED
Total income: $465,987,000
AVEO GROUP LIMITED
Total income: $465,218,000
PANORAMIC RESOURCES LIMITED
Total income: $462,709,000
GETS-WANDOAN (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD
Total income: $458,786,000
CREDIT SUISSE HOLDINGS (AUSTRALIA) LIMITED
Total income: $458,566,000
MILLER POHANG COAL COMPANY PTY LTD
Total income: $458,089,000
SUBSEA 7 AUSTRALIA CONTRACTING PTY LTD
Total income: $457,971,000
COMMERCIAL METALS PTY LTD
Total income: $456,802,000
GAVILON GRAIN AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $453,591,000
IMPACT FERTILISERS PTY LTD
Total income: $447,515,000
GE OIL & GAS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $445,946,000
DBNGP (WA) TRANSMISSION PTY LTD
Total income: $445,697,000
AUSTRALIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY LTD
Total income: $444,887,000
MACKAY SUGAR LTD
Total income: $443,376,000
TOYOTA TSUSHO INVESTMENT (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD
Total income: $431,822,000
STEINHOFF ASIA PACIFIC HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $431,773,000
NORCO
Total income: $430,814,000
NUPLEX OPERATIONS (AUST) PTY LTD
Total income: $430,034,000
INTERPAYMENT AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $427,773,000
HALLIBURTON CONSOLIDATED PTY LTD
Total income: $427,027,000
RACQ OPERATIONS PTY LTD
Total income: $425,355,000
GE CAPITAL AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS I LLC
Total income: $425,104,000
INVESTA PROPERTY GROUP HOLDINGS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $422,048,000
CEVA PTY LTD
Total income: $419,435,000
MCC MINING (WESTERN AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD
Total income: $418,538,000
KERRY INGREDIENTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $415,785,000
HOSPIRA HOLDINGS (S.A.) PTY LTD
Total income: $414,325,000
SIBELCO ASIA PACIFIC PTY LIMITED
Total income: $412,549,000
ST BARBARA LIMITED
Total income: $410,686,000
INDEPENDENCE GROUP NL
Total income: $407,414,000
BOART LONGYEAR LTD
Total income: $402,096,000
SALMAT LIMITED
Total income: $400,442,000
ALSTOM AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $399,987,000
VESTAS AUSTRALIAN WIND TECHNOLOGY PTY LIMITED
Total income: $399,573,000
SMEC HOLDINGS LTD
Total income: $397,878,000
SERVICE STREAM LIMITED
Total income: $389,574,000
QATAR AIRWAYS (Q.C.S.C)
Total income: $389,282,000
DRILLSEARCH ENERGY LIMITED
Total income: $388,789,000
TTC CONSOL PTY LIMITED
Total income: $388,706,000
BUNGE AGRIBUSINESS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $387,850,000
LINK ADMINISTRATION HOLDINGS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $386,109,000
ENERGY RESOURCES OF AUSTRALIA LTD
Total income: $385,426,000
SUZUKI AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $382,734,000
MC RESOURCES AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $378,855,000
BOSKALIS AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $375,953,000
INVESTEC HOLDINGS AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $375,137,000
SVITZER AUSTRALASIA HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $372,236,000
YOUI HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $371,482,000
COFFEY INTERNATIONAL LTD
Total income: $368,518,000
HAMSDALE AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $367,245,000
NEC AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $367,117,000
MYLAN AUSTRALIA HOLDING PTY LTD
Total income: $361,913,000
IVECO TRUCKS AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $356,297,000
FMC TECHNOLOGIES AUSTRALIA LTD
Total income: $352,732,000
CHINA MERCHANTS LOSCAM HOLDINGS AUSTRALIA PTY
LTD
Total income: $350,217,000
MIDDLEMOUNT COAL PTY LTD
Total income: $345,395,000
TRONOX AUSTRALIA PIGMENTS HOLDINGS PTY
LIMITED
Total income: $345,149,000
ETIHAD AIRWAYS PJSC
Total income: $338,956,000
KUFPEC AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $332,847,000
SEALED AIR AUSTRALIA (HOLDINGS) PTY LT
Total income: $332,592,000
JAMES HARDIE RESEARCH HOLDINGS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $331,646,000
ANSELL LIMITED
Total income: $330,357,000
LYONDELLBASELL AUSTRALIA (HOLDINGS) PTY LTD
Total income: $330,119,000
FREQUENCY INFRASTRUCTURE AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS
PTY LIMITED
Total income: $328,528,000
OFFICEMAX INTERNATIONAL PTY LTD
Total income: $327,936,000
BUREAU VERITAS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $325,194,000
FUGRO HOLDINGS (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD
Total income: $325,027,000
ASSOCIATED MOTOR HOLDINGS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $322,202,000
ENI AUSTRALIA BV
Total income: $320,550,000
HERTZ INVESTMENT (HOLDINGS) PTY LTD
Total income: $319,121,000
NOKIA SOLUTIONS AND NETWORKS AUSTRALIA PTY
LTD
Total income: $318,081,000
FOX FILMED ENTERTAINMENT AUSTRALIA PTY
LIMITED
Total income: $317,616,000
REMONDIS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $316,961,000
SILVER LAKE RESOURCES LIMITED
Total income: $316,949,000
CAPRAL LTD
Total income: $316,180,000
ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS PTY LTD
Total income: $314,481,000
KUWAIT PETROLEUM AVIATION (AUSTRALIA) PTY
LIMITED
Total income: $314,417,000
TCNZ AUSTRALIA INVESTMENTS PTY LIMITED
Total income: $314,206,000
SEYMOUR WHYTE LIMITED
Total income: $313,680,000
TOYOTA MATERIAL HANDLING AUSTRALIA PTY
LIMITED
Total income: $313,126,000
GOODMAN LIMITED
Total income: $310,630,000
APN NEWS & MEDIA LIMITED
Total income: $310,371,000
ACER COMPUTER AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $309,078,000
BANK OF AMERICA NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Total income: $308,311,000
GRANGE RESOURCES LIMITED
Total income: $307,967,000
AMEC AUSTRALIA HOLDING COMPANY PTY LTD
Total income: $300,624,000
PERTH ENERGY PTY LTD
Total income: $300,342,000
ADCORP HOLDINGS AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
Total income: $296,386,000
GERALDTON FISHERMEN'S CO-OPERATIVE LTD
Total income: $291,446,000
PREMIER COAL HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $290,533,000
FRIENDLY SOCIETY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION LIMITED
Total income: $287,001,000
LLOYD HELICOPTER SERVICES PTY LTD
Total income: $277,739,000
BNP PACIFIC (AUSTRALIA) LTD
Total income: $275,291,000
BOOM LOGISTICS LIMITED
Total income: $273,320,000
KARARA MINING LIMITED
Total income: $271,866,000
ENERFLEX ENERGY SYSTEMS (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD
Total income: $269,281,000
URS ASIA PACIFIC PTY LTD
Total income: $269,113,000
VEDA GROUP LIMITED
Total income: $268,945,000
ADANI ABBOT POINT TERMINAL HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $268,376,000
NOBLE RESOURCES AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $266,263,000
AVJENNINGS LIMITED
Total income: $265,600,000
HOLDCO 1 PTY LTD
Total income: $264,835,000
MTU DETROIT DIESEL AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $264,132,000
VILLA WORLD LIMITED
Total income: $263,134,000
NORTON GOLD FIELDS LIMITED
Total income: $261,911,000
FRESHMAX GROUP PTY LIMITED
Total income: $260,873,000
TOKYO GAS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $258,912,000
DAIRY FARMERS MILK CO-OPERATIVE LIMITED
Total income: $258,784,000
DELAWARE NORTH COMPANIES AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $258,033,000
AGC AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $256,832,000
WASHINGTON H. SOUL PATTINSON AND COMPANY
LIMITED
Total income: $256,074,000
PAPERLINX LIMITED
Total income: $255,464,000
PEAK ADVENTURE TRAVEL GROUP LIMITED
Total income: $253,727,000
SCHINDLER LIFTS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $252,193,000
DOW CHEMICAL (AUSTRALIA) LIMITED
Total income: $250,558,000
THE INDEPENDENT LIQUOR GROUP DISTRIBUTION
CO-OP LTD
Total income: $249,038,000
CREDIT SUISSE AG
Total income: $248,651,000
CITRIX SYSTEMS ASIA PACIFIC PTY LTD
Total income: $247,512,000
GATE GOURMET (HOLDINGS) PTY LIMITED
Total income: $246,793,000
BA AUSTRALIA LIMITED
Total income: $246,518,000
TOLEDO HOLDING (AUSCO) PTY LIMITED
Total income: $245,702,000
TOYS 'R' US (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD
Total income: $245,534,000
METALS X LIMITED
Total income: $244,086,000
AUSCAN HOLDINGS PTY LTD
Total income: $243,918,000
CBH RESOURCES LIMITED
Total income: $243,074,000
MRC GLOBAL AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Total income: $242,384,000
AJ LUCAS GROUP LIMITED
Total income: $241,904,000
GOLDER ASSOCIATES PTY LTD
Total income: $241,846,000
GEODIS WILSON AUSTRALIA HOLDINGS PTY L TD
Total income: $241,620,000
CALLIDEN GROUP LIMITED
Total income...

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