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ABC澳洲新闻:2013-12-012013-12-06
Graincorp says the Federal Government's jeopardised the future of rural infrastructure along Australia's east coast by rejecting Archer Daniels Midland's takeover proposal. The Treasurer Joe Hockey said the multi-billion dollar deal was not in Australia's interests.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-292013-12-02
State and territories education ministers will meet in Sydney shortly to try to thrash out a deal on school funding. The government has come under fire for deciding to doubt Labor's school funding model after 2014.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-282013-12-02
China has warned that there will be consequences if Australia doesn't withdraw criticism of a new air defense that China has established in the East China Sea. Foreign Minister Julia Bishop says the announcement was unhelpful and it will not contribute to regional stability.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-152013-11-29
Labor unity has been short-lived. Grumbling has now broken out within the Opposition ranks over the role played by factions in choosing the frontbench. Speaker Anna Burke missed out on a senior position. She is complaining the frontbench wasn’t selected on merit.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-142013-11-28
Leading the news. Cooler weather has been helping firefighters in New South Wales who are still battling around 60 bushfires burning across the state. Fire crews spent the night strengthening containment lines around fires at Port Stephens north of Newcastle. Another house has caught fire in the soiled ash blaze this morning. Bushfires have already destroyed 6 homes and damaged or destroyed around 70 cars.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-132013-11-28
The local share market has seen a second, second biggest rise all year with more than 90 per cent of the ASX 200 making gains. And that's all on hopes that the breakthrough in the deadlock in Washington over raising American debt ceiling as negotiations continue between the Republicans and Democrats, but Mike Micarzy says the optimism may not last.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-272013-11-27
The Australian sharemakert managed to closed higher after a fairly flat day on Wall Street overnight. The All Ordinaries Index added a tenth of a per cent, as did the ASX 200 index.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-262013-11-27
A number of Sydney school students could face jail for allegedly importing drugs into the country. Custom says international crime sydicates are offering teenagers sums of money to accept packages from China. Two students, aged 15 and 16, are facing possible charges and others are being questioned. A 24-year-old man has been arrested.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-252013-11-26
The Opposition has moved to a 52 per cent lead over the Coalition's 48 per cent on a two-party-preferred basis as according to a Fairfax&Nielsen Poll out this morning. Fairfax calls the fastest recovery by any Opposition after losing an election.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-242013-11-26
The governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia Glen Steven has hinted that intervening in currency markets to force the value of the Australian dollar down isn't out of the question. He was speaking overnight to mark the 30th anniversary of the floating of the dollar.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-222013-11-25
British police have rescued three women held against their will in a London house for 30 years. The women are from Britain, Ireland and Malaysia and are aged between 30 and 69. Police say the British women appears to have spent most of her life in captivity and all three are highly traumatized.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-202013-11-25
Home owners shouldn't be expecting a rate cut anytime soon if the minutes from the Reserve Bank's November meeting are anything to go by. Some economists say the wording could still mean a cut could be up to 12 months away, but the minutes make a fairly positive assessment of the economy. They indicate a pickup in the housing market is lifting consumer confidence.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-122013-11-25
Let’s take a look at the satellite. Cloud over southwest WA is generating showers while the trough is bring showers and storms to the Top End. Skies are mostly clear elsewhere.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-072013-11-25
Prime Minster Tony Abbott has met China’s President Xi Jinping ahead of the APEC summit in Bali. It’s the first of a series of bilateral meetings Mr.Abbott will hold over the next few days. The pair spoke about increasing trade between their two countries. Mr.Abbott has accepted an invitation to visit China next year.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-192013-11-24
Indonesia has recalled its ambassador and it's also reviewing all co-operation with the Australian government over the latest spying revelations. Documents obtained by the ABC show attempts were made to listen to the phone conversations of Indonesia's president and those close to him. Indonesia's Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa says that is unacceptable.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-172013-11-24
Shares in Warrnambool Cheese and Butter are on a trading halt. That’ as the Canadian dairy company Soputo tells Warrnambool it’s revising its offer for a buyout. Soputo has so-far offered eight dollars a share for Warrnambool. The other bidders in the ring are Murray Goulburn and Bigger Cheese. Warrnambool is due to make an announcement by Monday.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-162013-11-23
A trough in the east is bringing showers and storms to eastern New South Wales and potentially severe storms to southern Queensland. Another trough stretching through WA and South Australia is triggering isolated showers and storms.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-152013-11-23
Sixty-five Australians are among nearly 350 people arrested after Canadian police smashed a huge international child pornography ring based in Toronto. Nearly 400 children around the world have been rescued and an online tip-off from a website in Canada played a critical role in uncovering this ring.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-142013-11-22
Both sides of politics have paid tribute to Kevin Rudd after he announced that he is to quit politics. The two-time prime minister's made a tearful farewell to Federal Parliament, saying he wants to spend more time with his family. Mr Rudd's retirement ends a turbulent era for the Labor Party.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-132013-11-22
And business groups want the carbon tax gone by the end of the financial year. Innes Wilox from the Australia Industry Group says the longer it stays, the more costly it will be for business.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-062013-11-20
Concerns over the partial U.S. government shutdown weighed down on the local share market today. The ASX 200 ended down around half of a per cent. Looking across the region. Market zone also mostly lower and that’s following what happened overnight.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-012013-11-20
Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Indonesia’s President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono have agreed to work together more closely to tackle people smuggling. Mr.Abbott has described their talks in Jakarta as very frank but constructive. The Prime Minister has assured Yudhoyono that Australia’s asylum seeker policy will not breach Indonesia’s sovereignty.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-09-232013-11-20
Former Perth barrister Loyald Rayney finds out today whether he’ll face a retrial over the murder of his wife. The body of 44-year-old Carlo Rayney was buried in King’s Park 6 years ago. Mr.Rayney who was found not guilty of a murder last year but prosecutors have appealed that decision.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-09-212013-11-20
A trough and a cold front are triggering isolated showers south Australia,southeast while a large high pressure system is pushing isolated showers and onshore winds over northeast Queensland. The high is keeping conditions dry in Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-09-172013-11-19
Leading the news this morning. Parts of Washington DC are in lockdown this morning after a man shooting at the Navy Yard in that city. 13 people including a gunman are died. Police have identified the gunman as 34-year-old Aaron Alexis from Fortworth Texas. They’re still searching for a possible second shooter.
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