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A Christmas tree with a modern twist in Geelong, Australia has been dubbed the world's worst by the city's new mayor.
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Prime Minister Tony Abbott has unveiled a $100 million fund to help Holden workers find new jobs in the wake of the car maker stopping production by 2017.
Customers carry their Christmas tree to be taken home on December 16, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.
With yet another yuletide season upon us, certain patterns of predictability take center stage.
An online romance gone horribly wrong leads a woman to resign from her job and re-examine her life.
STATE and local government leaders are being called on to boost the profile of Eureka Day by making plans for a significant 160th anniversary celebration.
Saputo Inc., Canada's biggest milk processor, raised its bid for Warrnambool Cheese & Butter Factory Co.
British police on Monday said they had finished examining new information about the 1997 death of Diana, princess of Wales, but had found "no credible evidence" she was murdered.
The kiwi, the iconic New Zealand flightless nocturnal bird, is not a dwarf version of a distant ancestor but more likely evolved from a tiny bird that could have flown from Australia, according to an Australian and New Zealand palaeontologists.
Education software provider Sky Software has received $400,000 from the Victorian government to build a global support centre in Geelong.
Well, if you weren't one of the quarter million people who saw her epic shows in Melbourne, Australia, over the summer, you'll have your chance to re-create the experience soon.
A PEDESTRIAN footpath will be constructed along the Northbourne Avenue median before Christmas to prepare for the March 2014 launch of a Centenary sculpture and time capsule.
Chorus is likely to delay any new capital-raising to help fund the ultra-fast broadband rollout until after the Commerce Commission completes its redetermination of copper network-based broadband pricing under an alternative methodology, says Deutsche Bank.
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If you're a youngest child, your mother may call you "the baby," even if you're 6-foot-3.
Since James Hardie started up their plant in Pulaski during the 2005-2006 fiscal year, the company has made a priority of using both their labor and products to help the county move forward.