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Aboriginal legends could offer a vast untapped record of natural history, including meteorite strikes, stretching back thousands of years, according to new UNSW research. Dr Duane Hamacher from the...
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2015/03/03 12:27
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An air of “insecurity” lingers at the Indonesian consulate in Sydney, after an incident in which red liquid was splattered at the gates of the premises, the Indonesian Consul General to NSW has...
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The economy is struggling to grow because Australians get too much pay, too much annual leave and are too hard to fire, an American economist says. Bob Baur, chief global economist at Principal...
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SYDNEY--The Australian government ordered the sale of a Sydney waterfront mansion it alleges was illegally bought by Chinese investors last year, opening a new front-line in its battle to curb the...
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Cash by Optus is the company’s ‘contactless payment app’, powered by Visa payWave, which let you use a compatible Android smartphone (full list here, PDF Link) to pay for goods and services instead of...
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JAKARTA, Indonesia – When Philippine citizen Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso was tried, convicted and sentenced to death in 2010 for smuggling heroin into Indonesia, the translator provided her was only a...
2015/03/03 11:38
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India most buzzed team in CWC while 'favourites' Oz fail to impress people on Facebook Australia might be the bookmakers' favourite to win the Cricket World Cup, but they have failed to impress...
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Aussie ‘Bali Nine’ duo to be moved for execution Published: 3 March 2015 7:26 PM 'Bali Nine' ringleaders Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will be transferred to an island off Java on Wednesday,...
2015/03/03 10:55
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Alan Kohler is one of Australia’s most experienced business commentators. Alan has been a trusted source of investment advice to Australians for many years, and in 2005 he founded Eureka Report -...
2015/03/03 10:42
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The mother of the first Australian to die in battle against Islamic State has spoken of her heartbreak in discovering her son was fighting for the Kurds in Syria at the same time as receiving the...
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MOUNT Isa will be showcased to about million viewers across the nation as the city’s My Kitchen Rules contestants Jacqui Bakhash and Sharon Sellings show off their talents in the kitchen. Mount Isa...
2015/03/03 10:26
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BRENDAN TREMBATH: The old saying "it's less than the price of a postage stamp" is losing relevance. Australia Post has asked the regulator for approval to raise the price of a stamp to a dollar. The...
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World War I: Albert Borella VC commemorative ride progresses from Tennant Creek, up Stuart Highway towards Darwin Photo:Charlie Cloos and Richard Borella will be on foot, horseback and in some areas...
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Winners are grinners: Afghanistan's Shapoor Zadran after hitting the winning runs against Scotland. Photo: AP Many people give Afghanistan no hope of toppling Australia in Perth on Wednesday but the...
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Australian captain Michael Clarke stretches with teammates during a training session in Perth on Tuesday. Photo: AFP Michael Clarke says he is the fittest he has been for five years but remains...
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On the rise: Australian sprint star Cameron McEvoy. Photo: Bradley Kanaris Swimming Australia chief executive Mark Anderson has declared 2015 "a year to deliver" after the sport sealed a major...
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If you're looking for a cheap holiday, there's one city you should probably avoid. Looking to book a cheap holiday in the coming year? Then avoid New York, where the rooms remain the most expensive...
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Australian troops will remain in Iraq for at least two years under a new and enlarged deployment that will bring a significant risk of deadly insider attacks, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has...
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Young children and people aged in their 20s are visiting Victorian public emergency departments in greater numbers than the elderly, a surprising new study that calls for more resources to better...
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Australia is to send more troops to Iraq to help train local security forces in their battle against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said. The...
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