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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Australian News

  • BREAKING NEWS
    • Wreckage of light plane that crashed off Tasmania during Sydney to Hobart race found
  1. Queen honours actor, trendsetter

    Veteran actor John Hurt is given a knighthood and 1960s fashion designer Mary Quant is made a dame in Britain's New Year Honours List
  2. Fiji happiest place in the world

    A global study has found happiness is on the rise, with Fiji the happiest nation.
  3. 'I'd be fine': Lawrence

    Hunger Games stars urge Americans to help fight the Ebola virus in West Africa instead of fearing it.
  1. QZ8501 search called off

    The search for the black boxes and victims of a doomed AirAsia plane is called off due to stormy weather.
  2. Dozens killed in floods, storms

    Dozens of people are killed in storms and floods in Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines.
  3. Jailed for eating tigers

    A Chinese businessman who bought and ate three tigers is sentenced to 13 years in prison.
  1. Aussie dollar's Kiwi low

    The Australian dollar is at a record low against New Zealand's currency, dipping increasingly close to parity.
  2. Currency benefits

    Australian agricultural exporters are making millions from a lower currency, but are unsure how long it will last.
  3. Petrol price slump

    Petrol prices are at a four-year low in Australia, but there are fears of severe economic repercussions elsewhere.
  4. Deal saves Pie Face

    Fast food chain Pie Face will survive with a deal that will see many creditors lose up to 86 cents in the dollar.
  1. Currency benefits

    Australian agricultural exporters are making millions from a lower currency, but are unsure how long it will last.
  2. Climate change farming

    Farmers are using predictive tools to deal with the changing climate but more research is needed.
  3. Fresh produce traded

    It's one of the busiest times of the year for the Adelaide Produce Market where fresh fruit and vegetables are in hot demand.

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