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ABC澳洲新闻:2013-07-162013-07-20
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is preparing to announce budget savings to pay for his changes to carbon pricing. The government's early move to an emissions trading scheme will cost the budget several billion dollars. Mr Rudd says savings will have to be made to offset the loss of revenue.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-07-122013-07-16
Ashton Agar indeed has made a record-breaking debut in the first Ashes Tests. The 19-year-old scored 98 runs against England.That's the highest total for No.11 batsman in test history. His record-making tense wicket partnership with Phil Hughes helps out with Australia's first innings after it made a lot of batting collapse.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-07-112013-07-16
The top stories on ABC News.The Opposition is accusing Kevin Rudd of playing politics over his call for the recognition of indigenous Australians in the constitution. On the 50th anniversary of the major land rise petition, the prime minister says he wants to see the vote on recognition in the next parliamentary term.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-07-082013-07-11
And leading our news this morning. Andy Murray has become the first British man to win at Wimbledon in more than 75 years. It took the Scotsman just over three hours to defeat world number one Novak Djokovic in straight sets.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-07-072013-07-10
Now time for the business news. And. when the markets in Europe closed a couple of hours ago, Londons FTSE 100 was down 46 points. The DAX and Euro were also down.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-07-062013-07-10
Let’s take a look at the satellite. Strong, cold fronts are moving over Tasmania and Bass Strait, bringing snow to low-lying areas. A westerly airstream is dumping showers on inland parts of South Australia, southern Victoria and the southern ranges of New South Wales.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-07-052013-07-10
Leading the news this morning. Egypt remains deeply divided. The countrys Top Judge has been sworn in to replace ousted President Mohamed Morsi. Mr Morsi remains under house arrest and the army is rounding up hundreds of his supporters.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-07-032013-07-10
To finance. Australias independent body that advises on infrastructure is calling for investment in the nations ports to be made a priority.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-07-012013-07-07
Key supporters of Kevin Rudd are expected to return to the frontbench today when the prime minister does unveil his new-look cabinet. The ABC understands Joel Fitzgibbon and Kim Carr will both be promoted. Three new female faces have already been announced.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-302013-07-07
Time for business news now. And when the markets in Europe closed a couple of hours ago, London’s FTSE 100 was down 28 points. The Dax and Euro were also down. In the US, trading comes to a close shortly. The Dow Jones is down. The S&P 500 is down by seven points.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-282013-07-06
Good morning, everybody. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd could announce his new cabinet as early as today as he prepares to revisit key policies. Former minister Simon Crane and Kim Carr are both tipped to make a comeback. The new cabinet meets next week and is expected to discuss asylU.S.ekers and possible changes to the carbon tax.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-272013-07-06
Leading the news this morning. Kevin Rudd will be sworn in as prime minister today. Hes promising a new approach to make Labor competitive at the federal election. His return to the top job followed another day of drama in Canberra. In the end, his victory over Julia Gillard was 57 votes to 45.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-262013-07-05
To finance. The European Central Bank says it doesnt intend to follow the US Federal Reserves lead and ease its stimulus measures any time soon.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-242013-07-05
Nelson Mandela's health has deteriorated. The former South African president is now in a critical condition. His condition had previously been described as serious, but stable. Mr Mandela has been in hospital for more than a fortnight, suffering from a recurring lung infection.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-232013-07-04
Let’s check business and finance news. Europes markets have taken a dive after news that Greeces fragile coalition government is again hanging by a thread.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-222013-07-04
Let’s take a look at the satellite. A cloud band is generating patchy rain in Northern Queensland. A trough near the New South Wales and Queensland coast is causing isolated showers, while a high pressure ridge is keeping skies clear across central Australia.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-212013-06-23
Leading the news. Its the Federal Government moving asylU.S.eker families off Manus island. Several family groups have already gone and more are expected to leave in coming days.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-172013-06-21
The latest Fairfax&Nielsen poll shows Labor's primary vote has slipped another three percentage points to 29 percent.Support for the prime minister is at its lowest level now in a year.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-162013-06-21
Now time for the business news. And when the markets in Europe closed a couple of hours ago, London’s FTSE 100 was up. The Dax and the Euro were also up. In the US, trading comes to a close shortly and the Dow Jones is down, while the S&P 500 is also down.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-122013-06-17
The Australian dollar's fallen throughout the day as investors bet against the strength of the Australian economy. Earlier, the Australian dollar slipped to its lowest level in almost three years. It's currently buying 94.04 US cents. Australian shares play catch-up to offshore gains today after yesterday's break.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-102013-06-17
The search for some of the survivors from an asylum seeker boat that sank near Christmas Island has been called off and is unlikely to be resumed. It's believed 55 people were on board that boat. Three ships and five planes have spent three days now scouring the seas northwest of Christmas Island.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-072013-06-11
Talks are going to be held today. To revive the Australian flagging car industry, the prime minister is meeting car makers and unions to develop a long-term survival plan for the industry. The meeting was prompted by Fords decision last month to stop making cars locally in 2016.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-062013-06-10
Leading the news this morning. A second patient at a Brisbane hospital has contracted legionnaires disease and is now in intensive care. A 60-year-old patient at Wesley hospital has already died from the disease.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-052013-06-10
Let's go to finance. A new report has found the profits of the world's biggest miners have slumped by half since 2011 as the mining boom peaks. Pricewaterhouse Cooper says higher costs, more writedowns and fluctuating commodity prices hit the foutunes of the top 40 mining companies including BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-06-012013-06-06
A cold front and a broad trough are causing areas of rain and storms over northern WA, Tasmania, Victoria and South Australia as well as southern parts of the Northern territory and NSW. A high is directing onshore winds and light showers onto the Queensland coast while southern WA will see light showers as a result of brisk southernly winds.

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