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Bali, once famous for its pristine villages and natural scenery is now embracing a new form of tourism centred around the increasingly popular by-passes and ring roads.
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Last we heard from Ed Kramer, the DragonCon co-founder was under house arrest in Duluth as part of a plea deal that ended a long legal battle related to child molestation charges .
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CLIVE Palmer has become the wrecking ball of Australian politics, carving a further $10 billion hole out of the federal Budget this week with a series of stunts that senior Coalition members now claim are based on one motive only - to destroy the Abbott government.
Regulators published on Wednesday details of how the world's top nine insurers will calculate their first global capital buffer from 2019 to ensure policyholders are protected in a crisis.
Security checks on electronic and electrical devices are being ramped up at UK airports, in response to what the US calls a "credible threat" of terrorism.
Australian authorities struggled to rescue a beached baby whale Wednesday and were forced to suspend the operation as fading light hampered efforts to return it to sea.
Drug discovery is an inherently inefficient process. It takes thousands of failed compounds before one can get approved as safe and efficacious, and this effort does not come at a low cost.
Brisbane, Australia and Palo Alto, CA July 09, 2014 Intapp, provider of the most-adopted information access management and auditing software for law firms, today announced that McCullough Robertson, a leading Australian law firm, uses Intapp Wall Builder to secure client data across firm information repositories and support its risk management ... (more)
Keith Walker, Ph.D., who has led Cibus since the company was founded in 2001, has announced his retirement.
Victims of southeast Queensland's devastating 2011 floods will begin Australia's largest ever class action on Tuesday - in a NSW court.
Brisbane : A splendid unbeaten double century from Naman Ojha put India A in a commanding position against Australia A on Day 2 of their first four-day match at the Allan Border Field here Monday.
Reginald Holland and Kathleen Malta with a WWI photograph of their father James Holland.
Jonathan LeVine Gallery presents Power Tripping, new works by celebrated Australian artist Anthony Lister in what is his first solo exhibition with the gallery.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 12:53 pm
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