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... safely to Australia’s main support base in the Middle East.” There are currently 600 Australian military personnel stationed in the United Arab Emirates awaiting a specific request from...
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2014/10/02 04:27
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... that an invitation from Baghdad for Australia to begin air strikes against the Islamic State group may still be a week away, in part because of a major Muslim holiday looming. Iraq's...
2014/10/02 04:19
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The worst-kept secret in Australian showbiz has been confirmed, with the announcement that the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film will be shot in the state in 2015. It's billed as the biggest movie...
2014/10/02 04:12
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... in response to the opening of the eastern liquefied natural gas (LNG) market to exports, the Australian Workers Union (AWU) has launched a campaign for the government to reserve an amount of...
2014/10/02 03:53
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... once sold overseas and 25 per cent domestically, those figures had reversed due to the high Australian dollar and Queensland fruit fly. “The high Australian dollar is killing our...
2014/10/02 03:48
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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Iraq’s ambassador to Australia can give no timetable on when his government might decide on Australia’s request to launch airstrikes against Islamic State...
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No ban, and no criticism of the PM: State premier Mike Baird. Premier Mike Baird has ruled out introducing any ban on Islamic veils in the NSW Parliament, as Australia's first female Muslim...
2014/10/02 03:05
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Turkish soldiers and tanks took up position along the border with Syria on Tuesday, Turkey's government put a motion before its Parliament asking for authorization to take military action...
2014/10/02 02:45
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... during heavy rains in the outskirts of Trinidad, Bolivia, on February 17, 2014. The Bolivian government declared national emergency as rains have left 56 people dead and over 58.600 families...
2014/10/02 02:27
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Tony Abbott approves aerial missions over Iraq in assistance capacity CANBERRA Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has given the go ahead to the first aerial missions over Iraq, in an "assistance"...
2014/10/02 02:17
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War on Islamic State: Australia’s involvement in Iraq begins Accidentally assisted ... a file photo shows Islamic State militants parading in armoured personnel carriers, with heavy machine guns and...
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AAP RETAIL sales growth in Queensland was the worst in the country in August, statistics show. AUSTRALIAN Bureau of Statistics figures released on Thursday reveal Queensland retail sales fell by...
2014/10/02 01:23
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THE term political thriller makes most of us think of British series like the recent Secret State. But Australia can deliver in this genre too. Take the ABC's excellent new conspiracy drama The...
2014/10/02 01:05
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Tabcorp has received the all clear from the competition watchdog to buy the ACT government's gaming business ACTTAB in a $105.5 million deal. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says...
2014/10/02 00:23
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THE Federal Government seems to have ignored State Government and ginger growers' concerns at the quarantine risk of imported ginger, despite live worms being found in the first batch imported from...
2014/10/02 00:22
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... latest Times Higher EducationWorld University Rankings, despite reaching a high of 28 in 2012. Australian National University came in at 45 this year. Read more. NATIONAL SPORT: Wallabies back...
2014/10/01 23:50
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... David Karoly used historical records, from First Fleet logbooks, farm records, newspapers and government gazettes to paint a picture of the weather faced by settlers from 1788 to 1859. The...
2014/10/01 23:34
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... publishing of two articles in the national media in August. On August 18 and 19, the Australian Financial Review ran reports claiming Mr Darrouzet was one of a "new breed" of political...
2014/10/01 23:19
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VIC government being courted for cash for Wodonga's proposed Logic rail hub. THE Victorian government and Wodonga Council are being courted for financial support for a proposed rail hub at Logic...
2014/10/01 23:05
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... elderly Hong Kong protestor • Giant bee appears on ‘tower cam’, weathergirl freaks out • Australian aircraft complete first mission in Iraq • Irish lads attempt to storm pub using rugby...
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