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Australia police foil alleged terror bomb plot
9th May 2015 Australia police foil alleged terror bomb plot
SYDNEY:Australian police said Saturday they had foiled an alleged terror bomb plot reportedly planned for Mother´s Day, arresting a Melbourne teenager and detonating three suspected explosive devices. Australian Federal Police (AFP) and their Victoria state counterparts raided a...
Australia’s central bank cuts interest rate to 2.0 percent
5th May 2015 Australia’s central bank cuts interest rate to 2.0 percent
SYDNEY: Australia’s central bank Tuesday cut the official cash rate by 25 basis points to a new record low of 2.0 percent, its first easing since February amid a soft economic outlook. “At today’s meeting, the board judged...
Australia urged to crack down on abuse of migrant labor
5th May 2015 Australia urged to crack down on abuse of migrant labor
SYDNEY: Australia faced growing calls Tuesday to crack down on the exploitation of migrants laboring in farms and factories, after a television investigation claimed foreigners toiled in conditions akin to “slave labor”. Using footage from secret cameras, the...
Indonesia issues execution orders for Australians, Filipino: media, lawyer
25th April 2015 Indonesia issues execution orders for Australians, Filipino: media, lawyer
SYDNEY: Two Australian drug traffickers and a Filipino woman were on Saturday given official notification by Indonesia that they will be executed, but with no given date, reports and a lawyer said. They include Australians Myuran Sukumaran and...
Australia foils alleged terror attack for Gallipoli centenary
18th April 2015 Australia foils alleged terror attack for Gallipoli centenary
SYDNEY: Hundreds of Australian police on Saturday arrested five teens planning an Islamic State-inspired terrorist attack next week at an event to mark the centenary of the landings at Gallipoli during World War One, Prime Minister Tony Abbott...
Australian cricket star and commentator Richie Benaud passes away at 84
10th April 2015 Australian cricket star and commentator Richie Benaud passes away at 84
The Cricket legend Australia and the legendary cricket commentator Richie Benaud has died at the age of 84. Former captain of Australia Benaud played in 63 Test matches and led Australia in 28 test international matches. Before his...
It’s time to play steady Cricket
28th March 2015 It’s time to play steady Cricket
The Stage is set for the Cricket World Cup final between the two top class sides Australia and New Zealand. In order to win they will have to give their all in on Sunday at MCG, Australia. Both...
Clarke warns Kiwis of MCG factor in World Cup final
26th March 2015 Clarke warns Kiwis of MCG factor in World Cup final
SYDNEY:  Skipper Michael Clarke says Australia’s experience playing at the Melbourne Cricket Ground will be a major factor in Sunday’s World Cup final against New Zealand. Australia put themselves in line for a fifth World Cup title with...
Australia will face New Zealand in the WC Final
26th March 2015 Australia will face New Zealand in the WC Final
SYDNEY, Australia: Australia beat India by 95 runs and qualified for the Cricket World Cup 2015  final against New Zealand which will be played on March 29 in Australia, Aaj News reported. Steve Smith has made a remarkable...
Australia can handle expectation in Sydney semi – Clarke
25th March 2015 Australia can handle expectation in Sydney semi – Clarke
SYDNEY: Australia skipper Michael Clarke is confident his side will have no problem handling the weight of local expectation when they meet reigning champions India in a blockbuster World Cup semi-final on Thursday. Australia’s four titles make them...
Australia face Doherty dilemma ahead of semi-final
24th March 2015 Australia face Doherty dilemma ahead of semi-final
SYDNEY: With two confident teams going head-to-head in a blockbuster World Cup semi-final on Thursday, it could be the tiniest misjudgment, the smallest detail that decides whether Australia or India emerge triumphant. Disregarding perhaps only the toss, Australia’s...
Inzamam hails Wahab’s fiery bowling spell against Australia
21st March 2015 Inzamam hails Wahab’s fiery bowling spell against Australia
ISLAMABAD: Haling pacer Wahab Riaz’s magnificent spell of fast bowling in the quarterfinal against Australia, former Captain Inzamam-ul-Haq said that it was one of the most lethal spells of left-arm fast bowling he had seen for a long...
Australia likely to experiment against Scots – Clarke
13th March 2015 Australia likely to experiment against Scots – Clarke
Australia will continue to experiment with their batting line-up against Scotland on Saturday as they attempt to give players sometime in the middle before the knockout phase, captain Michael Clarke has said. Australia have already qualified for the...
Mother killed in Australia while on phone to husband in India
9th March 2015 Mother killed in Australia while on phone to husband in India
SYDNEY:  An Indian mother was fatally stabbed in a Sydney park during a brutal attack as she was on the phone to her distraught husband back home, police said Monday. Prabha Arun Kumar, a 41-year-old IT professional, was...
New Zealand set for fifth win as Australia, Sri Lanka clash
8th March 2015 New Zealand set for fifth win as Australia, Sri Lanka clash
SYDNEY: New Zealand were closing in on a fifth successive World Cup win on Sunday when they bowled out Afghanistan for 186 as former champions Australia and Sri Lanka met in Sydney with minds on quarter-final permutations. The...
India boosted by Australia, New Zealand losses, says Dhoni
6th March 2015 India boosted by Australia, New Zealand losses, says Dhoni
PERTH: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said lessons learned on past Australian tours were holding his side in good stead in their World Cup title defence. India remained unbeaten after four outings in the tournament when they edged...
Macquarie gives guidance for yen Pro bond issue
6th March 2015 Macquarie gives guidance for yen Pro bond issue
SYDNEY: Macquarie Bank has released price talk for its inaugural offering of Pro bonds via joint lead managers SMBC Nikko and Citigroup. Price guidance levels for the senior unsecured fixed-rate bonds at tenors of five and years years...
Australia seeks Indonesia prisoner swap as executions loom
5th March 2015 Australia seeks Indonesia prisoner swap as executions loom
SYDNEY: Australia’s foreign minister said on Thursday she had proposed a prisoner swap with her Indonesian counterpart in an 11th hour effort to save the lives of two Australian drug smugglers expected to face a firing squad within...
Australia defeat Afghanistan by 275 runs
4th March 2015 Australia defeat Afghanistan by 275 runs
PERTH: Australia hit the highest World Cup score on Wednesday when they made 417-6 against Afghanistan on their way to a 275-run victory, the biggest winning margin in tournament history. The four-time champions went past the previous best...
Australia bat against Afghanistan in World Cup
4th March 2015 Australia bat against Afghanistan in World Cup
PERTH, AustraliaL Afghanistan captain Mohammad Nabi won the toss and decided to bowl in the World Cup Pool B game against Australia at the WACA Ground on Wednesday. Australia made two changes for the match, with all-rounder Shane...
Australians on Indonesia death row arrive on execution island
4th March 2015 Australians on Indonesia death row arrive on execution island
CILACAP, Indonesia: Two Australian drug smugglers in Indonesia were transferred Wednesday to an island where they will be executed, as the Australian leader said his country was “revolted” by their looming deaths after frantic diplomatic efforts to save...
Australia orders China group to sell ‘illegal’ Sydney mansion
3rd March 2015 Australia orders China group to sell ‘illegal’ Sydney mansion
SYDNEY: Australia on Tuesday ordered China’s Evergrande Real Estate Group to sell a Sydney mansion worth Aus$39 million (US$30 million), saying it was bought illegally under foreign investment rules. Cashed-up foreigners, many from China, have been blamed for driving...
Indonesia to deport Australian journalist covering death row story
27th February 2015 Indonesia to deport Australian journalist covering death row story
JAKARTA: An Australian journalist will be deported from Indonesia Friday after being caught covering the story of two Australian drug traffickers on death row without the correct visa, immigration authorities said. Candace Sutton, a reporter for the Daily...
Indonesia, Australia Drugs Crime
25th February 2015 Indonesia, Australia Drugs Crime
JAKARTA, -, INDONESIA: An Indonesian student holds a banner during a rally against Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott following his statement over the tsunami aid from Australian government outside the Australian embassy in Jakarta on February 25, 2015....
Australia shares end 0.5 pct higher as banks support
23rd February 2015 Australia shares end 0.5 pct higher as banks support
SYDNEY: Australian shares ended 0.5 percent higher on Monday, led by gains in financials, but resources shares were weighed under by a slew of disappointing earnings. Shares in Australian mining services firms fell sharply after they warned they...
1,500 homes damaged by Cyclone Marcia in Australia
22nd February 2015 1,500 homes damaged by Cyclone Marcia in Australia
MACKAY, Australia: Australian officials said Sunday all efforts were being made to help those hit by Tropical Cyclone Marcia, which smashed through Queensland state leaving 1,500 homes damaged and thousands without electricity. Marcia was one of two fierce...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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