Australia Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Roundhouse Park's name questionedRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Advocate

    History: A council workshop will consider if Devonport's Roundhouse Park on the foreshore should be renamed. The old railway turntable was removed in 1984.

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  2. Applied Materials, Inc. (AMAT) Stake Reduced by Commonwealth Bank of AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Political

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia decreased its stake in Applied Materials, Inc. by 7.3% during the fourth quarter, Holdings Channel reports. The fund owned 87,996 shares of the manufacturing equipment provider's stock after selling 6,917 shares during the period.

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  3. Missing Queensland teenager, 14, believed to be driving unlicensed...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Police believe he went missing between midnight Sunday and 9.30 Monday morning and have voiced concerns for his welfare and other motorists on the road, due to his inexperience driving. The Dysart teenager was last seen at his family home, north-west of Rockhampton in central Queensland, reportedly in possession of a light blue 2004 Toyota Echo.

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  4. Queanbeyan unit fire kills one-year-old girlRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Girl, one, dies in unit fire after her 22-year-old mother and three-year-old brother were dramatically rescued from the balcony A one-year-old girl has tragically died in a fierce unit fire after her mother and three-year-old brother were rescued from the blaze. The 22-year-old woman and her son were rescued from the balcony after the fire broke out at an apartment complex on Mowatt Street in East Queanbeyan, in southern New South Wales.

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  5. A 21-year-old female refugee is critically injured after setting...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    'She didn't deserve to die like that:' Mother, 20, murdered in Ohio massacre was an innocent victim, 'not into drugs' and just 'at the wrong place at the wrong time', says family friend 'We can't allow China to rape our country': Trump uses inflammatory term to describe U.S. trade deficit with Communist nation Endeavour, the ship Captain Cook sailed on to discover Australia, found in the U.S. - 230 years since it was last seen at sea The secret of a truly sexy woman? A 26-inch waist: Measurement equivalent to a US size 6 found to be most attractive attribute Mixed-race couples across America send photos of their love to Old Navy after racists attacked its advert featuring interracial family Pictured: The 29-year-old insurance underwriter who was hit and killed by a duck boat as she rode her scooter in Boston Well that's just awkward! Kelly Rippa and Michael Strahan win their second ... (more)

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  6. Dairy co-op under fire from farmers at Vic meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | ABC News

    MARK COLVIN: Furious dairy farmers in rural Victoria have met the board of Australia's biggest dairy processor after a shock milk price cut last week. Some fear being forced out of the industry because of Murray Goulburn's changes.

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  7. Aussie desire for nuclear option may have sunk Japanese sub bidRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    ... diesel-powered design based on its Soryu-class sub, which Tokyo believes is one of the quietest in the world. But Australia wanted the option of converting some of its 12 planned attack submarines from diesel to nuclear, the Australian Financial ...

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  8. Business News Schedule at 0830 GMT/0430 Am EtRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Reuters

    ... bitcoin, ending years of speculation about a person who until now has gone by the name of Satoshi Nakamoto. (AUSTRALIA-BITCOIN/ (UPDATE 3, PIX, TV), expect by 0930/5.30 AM ET, by Byron Kaye, 370 words) LONDON - A three percent plunge in the Tokyo ...

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  9. Man jailed for setting fire to T-shirt in Wollongong HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury

    A Port Kembla man who deliberately set fire to a T-shirt in Wollongong Hospital last month, apparently so he didn't have to wait in line to see a doctor, has been jailed until October. Boris Miodrag had attended the hospital at 7 o'clock on the evening of April 23 for a mental health assessment when he was captured on CCTV cameras using a lighter to set fire to a grey t-shirt in one of the hospital's corridors.

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  10. Will Betta Maid pay over IRT salmonella outbreak?Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury

    Betta Maid was ordered to shut temporarily in March last year, but announced in April it would close its doors for good. Picture: Robert Peet The defunct Wollongong food company fined more than $60,000 in court over a deadly salmonella outbreak in the Illawarra last year will most likely never pay the penalty, with financial records obtained by the Mercury showing the business was $144,000 in the red at the time the offences occurred.

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  11. UTAS, water top wishlistRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Advocate

    What's on your budget wishlist? University of Tasmania campus upgrades and an overhaul of sewerage infrastructure are understood to top the Tasmanian Liberals' list. University of Tasmania campus upgrades and an overhaul of the state's ageing sewerage infrastructure are key items on the Tasmanian Liberal team's wishlist ahead of Tuesday night's budget.

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  12. Doctors want Sydney-style lockout laws for NorthbridgeRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    The chief lobby group representing doctors has called on the Government to consider Sydney-style lockout out laws for Northbridge pubs and bars. The call comes after a violent brawl on James Street at the weekend involving tables and chairs thrown as weapons.

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  13. WA outback police rescue puppies and joeys Police from a town in...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    Officers from the outback West Australian cop shop have rescued five puppies and two young kangaroos in less than 24 hours. Officers from the Goldfields town were flagged down on Monday morning by local children who found the joeys wondering along a street without their mother, according to Constable Richard Hall.

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  14. Pair help secure Trans Tasman TrophyRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Area News

    Archers Nathan Rowley and Emily Ruskin have done Griffith and the country proud after helping Australia retain the Trans Tasman Trophy for another two years. Archers Nathan Rowley and Emily Ruskin have done Griffith and the country proud after helping Australia retain the Trans Tasman Trophy for another two years.

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  15. Liverpool residents target council over proposed rate riseRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | ABC News

    Furious residents in Sydney's south-west have lashed out at Liverpool Council for trying to raise rates to prop-up its ailing budget. Liverpool Council had forecast a slim deficit of $900,000 for the next financial year, however that figure has blown out to $11 million.

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  16. Virtuoso put the humble tuba in orchestral spotlightRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Age

    Tuba virtuoso John Butler first came to mainstream public prominence in 1968 when he appeared on Australia's first televised talent quest, Channel O's Showcase - the X-Factor of the 1960s. John was a showman as well as a superb brass player and his dancing performances of fast-moving popular tunes like Tico-Tico and Flight of the Bumblebee, gained him third place in the grand final, a remarkable achievement with such an unfashionable and unwieldy instrument.

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  17. Where the heart isRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury

    ... side wasn't enough, Helensburgh quartet Sam Bremner, Maddie Studdon, Kezie Apps and Ruan Sims will represent Australia in the first leg of Friday's Trans-Tasman Test double-header, with Sims to skipper the Jillaroos for the first time. On the same ...

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  18. Craig Wright says he's Satoshi Nakamoto, the father of BitcoinRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Mashable

    Wright has apparently proven his identity to the BBC , the Economis t and the London Review of Books , all three of which have reported the story Monday, by digitally signing messages using some of the earliest Bitcoin cryptographic keys, which are linked to Bitcoin blocks mined by Nakamoto himself. Furthermore, BBC claims prominent members of the Bitcoin community and development team have confirmed that Wright is, indeed, Nakamoto.

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  19. No-fuss Walliss right at home with PigeonsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Border Mail

    RECRUIT OF THE YEAR?: Pigeon defender Tom Walliss has had the ball on a string since arriving at J.C. Lowe Oval this season. Picture: MARK JESSER But, with the possible exception of Albury full-forward Josh Mellington, it's difficult to name a player who has made a bigger impact than Yarrawonga backman Tom Walliss in the opening six rounds.

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  20. The incredible career of Craig Steven Wright - the Australian...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... In a black bow tie and jacket, his profile photo was reminiscent of James Bond. He cited News Ltd (now News Corp Australia), Vodafone, and Mahindra and Mahindra, India's largest vehicle manufacturer, among his career consultancies, saying he was ...

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