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Australian department store Myer hosted Big is Beautiful fashion launch during Sydney's Fashion Festival 2011

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Toyota has decided to stop its car and engine production in Australia by the end of 2017

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Toyota has decided to stop its car and engine production in Australia by the end of 2017, effectively marking the end of the country’s carmaking industry. Toyota said it might scale down the operations of its development and technical centre in Australia as well. Last year, Ford and General Motors’ Holden unit also announced plans to stop producing cars in Australia. About 2,500 jobs...

Australia's intelligence agencies spied on phone calls of Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and close confidantes

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Australia has been ranked as the world's happiest country among developed economies for the third year running

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Australia has been ranked as the world’s happiest country among developed economies for the third year running. Australia won the top position, due to the overall strength of its economy, in the Better Life Index compiled by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Sweden, Canada, Norway and Switzerland also made it to the top five. The survey ranked more than 30 co...

Australia has reported better-than-forecast growth numbers for Q2 2013, boosted by gains in consumer spending

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Australia has reported better-than-forecast growth numbers for Q2 2013, boosted by gains in consumer spending. Australia’s gross domestic product (GDP) expanded 2.6% during the quarter, from a year earlier. Compared with the previous quarter, growth was 0.6%. Most forecasts were for an annual growth closer to 2.5%. Analysts said the data was likely to see the Australian central bank hold back on...

Australia’s Prime Minister Julia Gillard has outlined Asia manifesto, a major foreign policy plan aimed at improving Asian ties

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Australia’s Prime Minister Julia Gillard has outlined Asia manifesto, a major foreign policy plan aimed at improving Asian ties. The government white paper sets out 25 national objectives to be met by 2025, with targets ranging from improving trade links to teaching more Mandarin. Julia Gillard said she wanted to refocus Australia away from Europe’s “old countries” towards its n...

AC/DC rock band signed with liquor company Warburn Estate to lend their names and the titles of some of their biggest hits to a line of fine wines

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...hits to a line of fine wines AC/DC, the World’s Top Live Rock Band, has teamed up with one of Australia’s major wineries, Warburn Estate, and Australia’s leading retailer, Woolworths, to release their own range of wines in Australia – AC/DC: The Wine.   The rock band signed with liquor company Warburn Estate to lend their names and the titles of some of their biggest hits to a li...

Rescuers are searching for dozens of people believed to be missing after a boat sank near Christmas Island, off north-western Australia

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...r dozens of people believed to be missing after a boat sank near Christmas Island, off north-western Australia. Ships have so far picked 110 survivors from the sea, but officials believe about 200 people were on the boat. Three bodies have been recovered. The ship, believed to be carrying asylum-seekers, capsized on Thursday. Australian patrol vessels, merchant ships and aircraft have been helping...

Australia announces that it will create the world's largest network of marine parks ahead of the Rio+20 Earth Summit

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Australia announces that it will create the world’s largest network of marine parks ahead of the Rio+20 Earth Summit. The reserves will cover 3.1 million sq km of ocean, including the Coral Sea. Restrictions will be placed on fishing and oil and gas exploration in the protected zone covering more than a third of Australia’s waters. Environment Minister Tony Burke, who made the announc...

The first total lunar eclipse of 2014 will occur early morning on April 15

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...s path: Tarawa, Kiribati Christchurch, New Zealand Majuro, Marshall Islands Sydney, New South Wales, Australia The first total lunar eclipse of 2014 will occur early morning on April 15 (photo NASA) Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Anadyr, Russia Palikir, Ponape, Micronesia Suva, Fiji Unalaska, Alaska, US Honiara, Solomon Islands Midway, Midway Atoll, US Port Vila, Vanuatu Wake Island, Wake Island...

Prince George with his parents ahead of their Australia and New Zealand tour

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...ome. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are due to arrive in New Zealand on April 7. They then fly to Australia on April 16 and their three-week tour ends on April 25. In the new image, Prince George is wearing a pale blue jumper bearing his name, while Kate Middleton wears a cream-colored blouse and Prince William a shirt with rolled-up sleeves. Prince George with his parents ahead of their Austr...

Tony Abbott has been sworn in as Australia's prime minister

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...the carbon tax repeal legislation,” he said in a statement. Tony Abbott has been sworn in as Australia’s prime minister He says the carbon tax – which makes Australia’s biggest polluters pay for emissions over a certain amount – cost jobs and forced energy prices up. Instead of the tax, he plans to introduce a “direct action” plan under which subsidies w...

Workers in China skinning an alive raccoon dog

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Thousands of people may be buying imitation Ugg boots made from the pelts of animals skinned alive. The fur comes from raccoon dogs, a species related to domestic dogs, farmed in China. A shocking video of the skins being collected has led activists to demand a ban on the trade and call for clearer labeling. Genuine Ugg boots cost up to $300 and use sheepskin, which is produced in a humane way....

Australia is investigating two objects seen on satellite images that could potentially be linked to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane

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Australia has announced it is investigating two objects seen on satellite images that could potentially be linked to the missing Malaysia Airlines plane. Planes and ships from Australia, New Zealand and the US were heading to the area 1,550 miles south-west of Perth to search for the objects. The largest appeared to be 24 m in size, maritime authorities said, but warned they could be unrelated to...

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Philip Morris has announced it will cease production of cigarettes at its factory in Moorabbin, Australia. The closure of the factory, which has been in operation for nearly 60 years, will lead to a loss of 180 jobs. Philip Morris said Australia’s regulation regarding cigarette production was a factor in its decision. The tobacco giant said all cigarette production for the Australian market...

Treasurer Joe Hockey said that by raising Australia’s debt limit he wanted to avoid a crisis similar to the recent US fiscal emergency

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Australia plans to raise the country’s debt limit by two-thirds to allay concerns it could face a future fiscal crisis. The newly-elected conservative government is looking to raise the borrowing limit to A$500 billion ($486 billion). Australia is forecast to reach its current A$300 billion ceiling in December. Treasurer Joe Hockey said that he wanted to avoid a crisis similar to the recent...

The Reserve Bank of Australia cut its key rate to 2.5 percent from 2.75 percent

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The central bank of Australia has cut its benchmark interest rate to a new record low, in an attempt to spur a fresh wave of economic growth. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) cut its key rate to 2.5% from 2.75%. Last week, the government cut its growth forecasts and warned that unemployment in the country could rise amid slowing growth. The rate cut comes just days after PM Kevin Rudd called a...

The young surfer was bitten in two by the shark, which had grabbed him from the waist down

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...wn that sharks prowled the waters and there was also the added danger of powerful undersea currents. Australian Shark Attack File said there have been 13 other fatal shark attacks around the continent since 2002. Today’s tragedy on the Australian beach was the second this year – in February an abalone diver was killed when he was attacked by two sharks, believed to be great whites, in...

The highest court of Australia has upheld a new government law on mandatory packaging for cigarettes that removes brand colors and logos from packaging

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The highest court of Australia has upheld a new government law on mandatory packaging for cigarettes that removes brand colors and logos from packaging. The law requires cigarettes to be sold in olive green packets, with graphic images warning of the consequences of smoking. Leading global tobacco manufacturers, including British American Tobacco and Philip Morris, had challenged the law. The new...

The ASKAP in Western Australia's outback has 36 antennas with a diametre of 12 m each

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Australia has launched one of the world’s fastest telescopes tasked with surveying outer space and probing the origins of stars and galaxies. The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) in Western Australia’s outback has 36 antennas with a diametre of 12 m (40 ft) each. The A$152 million ($155 million) telescope is expected to capture radio images, starting from Friday. A...

Australia is taking control of the "southern vector" search for the missing Malaysian Airlines jet

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Australia is taking control of the “southern vector” search for the missing Malaysian Airlines jet, Australian PM Tony Abbott says. According to Malaysian officials, flight MH370 was intentionally diverted and could have flown on either a northern or southern arc from its last known position. More than 20 nations have been asked to help search for the missing jet, and evaluate radar a...

Prince William and Kate Middleton visited Echo Point in Katoomba to see the famous Three Sisters rock formation

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...’t been forgotten.” The royals also vowed to return to the Blue Mountains – one of Australia’s most visited beauty spots. Prince William and Kate Middleton will spend 10 days travelling across Australia, visiting its famous sites, honoring its war dead and meeting locals. They visited Echo Point in Katoomba to see the famous Three Sisters rock formation, where they were als...

Dozens of bushfires are sweeping the Australian states of Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales, fanned by hot weather and strong winds

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Dozens of bushfires are sweeping the Australian states of Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales, fanned by hot weather and strong winds. Officials say an unknown number of homes have been destroyed and a firefighter has been injured in the state of Victoria. Some residents have been ordered to leave and flames have spread to the outer suburbs of Australia’s second biggest city, Melb...

Prince William and Kate Middleton are to visit New Zealand and Australia next April

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Prince William and Kate Middleton are to visit New Zealand and Australia next April, Kensington Palace has said. It is thought likely their baby son, Prince George, will also accompany them but a final decision will be made nearer the time. If he attends, Prince George will be eight months old and on his first official overseas tour. Prince William has made a number of official trips to Australia...

An industrial dispute made the Australian airline Qantas to ground all international and domestic flights with immediate effect

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An industrial dispute made the Australian airline Qantas to ground all international and domestic flights with immediate effect. All employees involved in industrial action would be locked out from Monday evening and flights grounded from 06:00 GMT on Saturday. With regard to the aircrafts currently in the air, they will complete their flights, but there will be no further departures. Fair Work A...