Oceania Newswire (Page 8)

Oceania Newswire (Page 8)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Oceania. (Page 8)

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  1. Low pressure to affect northern Vanua LevuRead the original story

    Yesterday | Fiji Times

    Update: 4:41PM THE national weather forecasting centre in Nadi has forecast a trough of low pressure that lies slow moving just to the north of the group. In its weather bulletin issued at 3.30pm today, the weather centre also noted another trough of low pressure that lay to the west of the country.


  2. Fijian President appeals to help young peopleRead the original story

    Yesterday | Fiji Times

    Update: 4:59PM FIJIAN President Jioji Konrote has appealed, in his capacity as head of State, to all associations like the Fiji Scouts Association to work together to help the young people in the country. He said representatives of those associations must immediately address social problems like school dropout, juvenile delinquency, drug consumption, bullying, physical, sexual and mental abuse, the break down in family values, and other social and health issues like NCDs.


  3. Book reveals - London Secrets'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SFGate

    "London Secrets" , according to the book jacket, "uncovers the city's most fascinating style and design secrets." More importantly, it highlights features - and layers - of a fascinating city that the great majority of visitors never notice.


  4. MKR secret slips out of the bagRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 26 | The Mercury

    FOLLOWING Sunday night's all-Queensland My Kitchen Rules grand final, Confidential has the inside scoop on exactly how the team behind the Channel 7 reality cooking show manages to keep the winner under wraps. As is the case with a number of reality shows, this season – and its ending – were shot some months ago.


  5. McKim bound for Manus IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | NEWS.com.au

    Australian Senator Nick McKim announced on Wednesday, April 26, that he would travel to Manus Island carrying messages of hope for detainees held there after seeking refugee status in Australia. McKim said he would speak to ?as many detainees as I can, to listen to their stories about how they ended up there, to hear about life indefinitely on Manus Island.? According to the ABC McKim intended to investigate a Good Friday shooting incident on Manus Island, by speaking with Papua New Guinea Police.


  6. Dunn booked for GunpowderRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | The Mercury

    Horse Racing: Polarisation has captured his second Sydney Cup win ? with the victory presenting Godolphin trainer Charlie Appleby with his first official Australian Group 1 as Polarisation outstayed Who Shot Thebarman, and race favourite Big Duke. DWAYNE Dunn has been booked to ride flying former Adelaide mare Miss Gunpowder in Saturday's $1 million UBET Classic at Morphettville.


  7. The incredible impact of Tasting AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2017 | NEWS.com.au

    THERE can be only one place in the world you can dine in a trendy city casino with an international Michelin-star genius one day, then the next taste the weirdest new natural wines straight out of the barrel at an old Hills showground hall. Or choose your country landscape sunset: drinks and canapés surrounded by curious African beasts at open-range Monarto Zoo rather than cooking your own fossil-themed feast on hot rocks in the Flinders Ranges.


  8. Media release: Safekeeping Australia's historyRead the original story

    Sep 14, 2015 | National Archives of Australia

    The future of Australia's 40 million Commonwealth records has been assured, with the construction of a new purpose-built preservation and storage facility commencing this week. After seeking market proposals for the design, construction, fit-out and comprehensive maintenance of the 18,000m2 facility, the National Archives of Australia has executed a 30-year lease back from Canberra developer, the Doma Group.


  9. Focke to make its debut at Wings Over Illawarra air showRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury

    He is the owner and pilot of the only Focke-Wulf 190 in Australia. The German single-seater was regarded as the backbone of the Luftwaffe's "Jagdwaffe" during WWII and gave the early British Spitfires a run for their money.


  10. Raiders boost depth and hit some key needs in NFL DraftRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | San Jose Mercury News

    The Raiders promised to draft for talent instead of need and followed that script in a draft in which their fifth-round pick may own the clearest path to a starting job. That's not to say the Raiders' top three picks won't see plenty of time on the field - they should - but general manager Reggie McKenzie clearly went in with a wide approach toward improving the depth on the roster.


  11. Sam Thaiday's ode to the Kangaroos rugby league team penned on morphine in a London hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Manawatu Evening Standard

    As Sam Thaiday lay in a London hospital bed during last year's Four Nations tournament with morphine easing the pain of a fractured eye socket suffered in a head clash with England's James Graham , he wasn't cursing his luck. Instead, he penned a bush poem to capture the new-found philosophy that has arrested the Kangaroos' slide in form and restored their standing as the best team in the world.


  12. Tom Hanks Got 'Screwed' During 'Secret' Vacation With The ObamasRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Switched

    Oprah may have kept hush about her soirA e with the Obamas on a yacht across French Polynesia, but Tom Hanks is not so disciplined. The 60-year-old actor admitted to Stephen Colbert on Friday's episode of " The Late Show" that he felt "very low on the food chain" while in the presence of his elite travel buddies: former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama , Bruce Springsteen and Oprah .


  13. Hard News: Every option has costs, every lever pulls on something elseRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Public Address

    Last week, in a futile search for a pair of cycling gloves at advertised clearance prices, I called three Kathmandu outlets. At two, my call was answered by a pleasant young Irish person.


  14. Tokoroa logging company is fed up with drug-taking job applicantsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    And if "you think you're not but really you are" it's not going to make your chances any greater. That's made well and truly clear on the job vacancy sign for an operator capable tree feller which hangs on the fence outside the company's depot in Balmoral Drive.


  15. I'll never be able to afford a house - and older generations don't give a damnRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Illawarra Mercury

    The recent discussions around allowing young people to tap into their superannuation to put together a housing deposit are an interesting development in this space. Photo: Trevor Collens Joe Hockey, in trying to justify increased student contributions to higher education, used the quote, "In your twenties you complain and in your forties you explain."


  16. Shark nets: Ballina surfers back in water after confidence-boosting six-month trialRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Daily Millbury

    Young surfer Cooper Allen's mauling from a great white shark last September was the final straw for the NSW government, which bowed to local community concerns - and media hysteria - and dumped its opposition to shark nets and drum lines on the state's northern beaches.As the six-month trial of the five nets introduced along the beach near Ballina draws towards a close, Mr Allen is back in the surf but doubtful the mesh - 150 metres wide by six metres deep - has reduced board-riding risks. Drone captures sharks feasting off NSW beach Stunning aerial footage shows running mullet and sharks close to the shore in Fingal Bay near Port Stephens during the Easter weekend.


  17. Parker: 'I could land combos on either'Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    British boxer Anthony Joshua, left, greets Ukrainian boxer Wladimir Klitschko after winning their fight for Joshua's IBF and the vacant WBA Super World and IBO heavyweight titles. Photo / AP.


  18. New Sharrouf video with son making threatsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Mercury

    A new video has surfaced that reportedly shows the youngest son of Australian IS terrorist Khaled Sharrouf wearing a suicide vest and threatening to murder Australians. "It is reprehensible it, has to be condemned and I trust the proper authorities will look into this matter," he told Sky News on Sunday.


  19. Dingo relative rediscovered in New Guinea HighlandsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | ABC News

    Scientists have confirmed the existence of an ancient dog species in one of the world's most remote places - the mountains of Papua New Guinea and Indonesia's Papua provinces. The international team led by scientists from Indonesia's University of Papua captured evidence of the New Guinea highland wild dog during a 2016 expedition to an austere, high-altitude region near the Grasberg mine, one of the world's largest copper mines.


  20. Rugby: Crusaders romp to ninth straight victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    The Crusaders romped to a ninth straight win to keep hold of top spot in Super Rugby on Saturday, and closest rivals the Lions began their tour of Australia with a win and clinched a bonus point with the last move of the game. New Zealand's Christchurch-based Crusaders demolished South Africa's Cheetahs 48-21 in Bloemfontein, with wing George Bridge getting a hat trick for the second time in two games and the Crusaders putting 40 points or more past their opponents for the fifth straight game.