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该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-312013-06-05
NBN Chief Mike Quigley is calling for calm over an asbestos scare of some of its roll-out sites. Several sites in New South Wales, Victoria and WA have been shut down. Telstra is hiring an extra 200 safety specialists to inspect all asbestos-related work at sites where the NBN is being rolled out.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-302013-06-05
Controversial plans to boost party electoral funding have been put on hold, the coalition appears to be walking away from the taxpayer increase in the wake of a big vote of back lash. The government has now decided to delay introducing that bill into parliaments.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-292013-06-04
The world's richest manBill Gates says the wealthy should be made to pay moretaxes. The Microsoftco-founder is in Australiato lobby for increased foreign aid commitments.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-282013-06-04
The forecast number of asylum seekers arriving in Australia this year has quadrupled, last year, the immigration department estimated almost half 5,5000 would seek asylum in 2012-13. But the immigration department secretary Martin Bowles has confirmed that more than 22,500 have arrived so far.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-272013-06-03
Federal parliament faces a packed agenda when it resumes today. There is just four more sitting weeks left before the election. The government has a number of budget bills to get through, including the winding back of the baby bonus.There is also legislation to increase spending on age care.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-262013-06-03
Now time for the business news. And when the markets in Europe closed a couple of hours ago, Londons FTSE 100 was down and the Dax and Euro were also down.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-252013-05-29
Lets take a look at the satellite. A low off the east coast is bringing showers to northeast New South Wales and southeast Queensland. Westerly winds are causing light showers in Tasmania, while a large high is keeping most elsewhere mostly dry.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-242013-05-28
Ford says it's yet to work out how much assistance it will give to 1,200 Victorian workers who will be made redundant. Ford will stop manufacturing cars at its Geelong and Broadmeadows plants in 2016. The federal and Victorian governments have promised to spend tens of millions of dollars to help workers transition to other industries.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-232013-05-28
British Prime Minister David Cameron is cutting short a visit to France after an apparent terrorist attack in London. A man believed to be a soldier was run over and then hacked to death in broad daylight by two men brandishing meat cleavers. Police shot and injured the two attackers.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-222013-05-27
Technology giant Apple has been defending itself against accusations that it's been avoiding tax. The US Senate report found the company has avoided paying tens of billions of dollars in tax by spreading its accounts over a complex network of subsidiaries. Apple's Chief Executive Tim Cook has strenuously denied the claims during a Senate committee hearing.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-212013-05-27
That huge tornado that destroyed hundreds of homes and sparked fires in Oklahoma city is our focus this morning. A school and a hospital are among the buildings destroyed in the southern suburb of Moore.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-192013-05-23
The prime minister of Greece has been in meetings with China to seek investment and trade deals to help revive the Greek economy. Antonis Samaras met with Chinese President Xi Jinping, hoping to double two-aid trade by 2015 and boost cultural exchanges. Greece needs more foreign investors to buy state assets that it’s selling as demanded by its EU bailout deal.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-172013-05-22
Tony Abbott has delivered an election pitch to voters, promising to ease the pressure on the cost of living. The Opposition Leader says if he becomes prime minister, he’ll scrap the carbon tax, but not its compensation payments. He paid for that by deferring increases in compulsory superannuation and abolishing a top-up welfare payment.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-162013-05-22
Leading the news this morning. Opposition leader will Tony Abbott wil respond to labors decision to axe the baby bonus in his budget reply speech tonight. Scrapping the five thousand-dollar payment is all part of a raft of savings which the coalition is unlikely to oppose. Mr.Abbott is also expected to give some details about how a coalition will pay for promised tax cuts.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-152013-05-21
Let’s have a look at finance for you. Business groups have cast doubt on the federal government’s ability to return the budget to surplus. They say the budget does nothing to inspire business confidence. The Chief Executive of the Business Council of Australia Jennifer Westcott is critical of the government’s plan to crack down on multi-national tax loopholes.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-142013-05-21
Wayne Swan will set out a ten-year plan to pay for disability care and school funding increases in tonight's budget. The treasurer's sixth budget will reveal a decifit, but he is promising to outline a path back to surplus. Mr.Swan says there'll be significant savings on top of the cuts already revealed.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-132013-05-20
Federal politicians due return to Canberra today as the Treasurer Wayne Swan prepares to hand down his sixth budget. He has considered it's going to be very uncomfortable to go back on his promise of a budget surplus. Instead, a 17-billion-dollar revenue shortfall will mean delays to some promised tax cuts and benefits.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-122013-05-20
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 Euro were also up. In the US, trading comes to a close shortly and the Dow Jones is up 36 points, while the S&P 500 is up seven.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-112013-05-15
A front is triggering showers and thunderstorms over Western Australia's interior. These trough is also causing isolated showers in South Australia's southwest, while steering warm northerlies into the nation's southeast. A high is directing showery southeaster winds onto the Queensland and northern New South Wales coasts.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-102013-05-15
An air-and-sea search continues for two passengers who've gone overboard from a cruise liner. Thirty-year-old Paul Rossington and 27-year-old Kristen Schroder were reported missing yesterday when the Carnival Spirit docked in Sydney. Police say they haven't given up hope of finding the couple alive.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-092013-05-14
Ohio police have charged one man Ariel Castro over the kidnappings of three Cleveland women a decade ago. He's been charged with rape and kidnap, but they say there is not enough evidence to press charges against his two brothers.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-082013-05-14
The offial interest rate is now at a record low of 2.75%. Its the Reserve Banks first cut to interest rate since December last year. The RBA board says the domestic economy continues to struggle with the high Australian dollar.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-072013-05-10
Leading the news this morning. The federal governments budget hole appears to be getting deeper, the Australian financial review is reporting the government revenues to this financial year are set to fall by 17 billion dollars, now that shortfall is likely to rise to more than 20 billion dollars next financial year.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-062013-05-09
Syria has condemned Israel for a series of airstrikes in Damascus. It says Israel has opened the door to all possibilities and has made the situation in the region more dangerous. Israel wont officially confirm the strikes. The Arab League is calling on the UN Security Council to intervene.
该音频有LRC字幕 ABC澳洲新闻附字幕:2013-05-052013-05-09
Lets check business and market news. When markets in Europe closed a couple of hours ago, Londons FTSE was up around 1%. And theDax in Germany,also doing very well at the end of the trading week, up 161points. And across the Atlantic, in the US, also finishing very positively. TheDow up 142 points.

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