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  • NSW Government to cancel licences for Hunter Valley mines

    ABC - Monday 20th January, 2014

    NSW New South Wales Premier Barry O'Farrell is moving to cancel exploration licences for three Hunter Valley mines at the centre of two high-profile corruption inquiries.Mr O'Farrell has announced the Government will introduce legislation to cancel the exploration licences for Doyles Creek, Mount Penny and Glendon Brook. In December, the Independent Commission Against Corruption ...

  • Former NRL player Ryan Tandy granted bail over standover accusations

    ABC - Monday 20th January, 2014

    Gosford 2250 Former NRL player Ryan Tandy has been granted bail after being accused of being a standover man to recover a drug debt on the New South Wales central coast.The former Bulldogs prop was handcuffed and unshaven when he faced Gosford Local Court today after spending four nights behind bars.He was arrested last week after allegedly taking a man to a bank at Gosford to withdraw cash to ...

  • Tainted mining licences suddenly worthless

    Sydney Morning Herald - Monday 20th January, 2014

    The NSW government has announced it will cancel lucrative coal licences at the centre of corruption inquiries involving former ministers Ian Macdonald and Eddie Obeid, and deny the companies who own them any compensation. On Monday Premier Barry O'Farrell said the NSW government would introduce legislation to cancel the exploration licences for Doyles Creek and Mt Penny and Glendon Brook. ...

  • The autistic man with a talent for IKEA

    Sydney Morning Herald - Monday 20th January, 2014

    Meet Brad, a severely autistic 24-year-old with a gift for constructing Ikea furniture, or anything for that matter. Brad's meticulous nature is the key ingredient in a business his dad helped him set ...

  • Beach Energy Updates on Unconventional Exploration Program in Australia

    Rigzone - Monday 20th January, 2014

    Beach Energy Ltd announced Monday the following in relation to its Australian unconventional exploration program in the South Australian Cooper Basin Joint Venture (SACB JV) (Beach 20.21 percent, Santos Ltd 66.6 percent and operator, Origin Energy Ltd 13.19 percent) and the Nappamerri Trough Natural Gas (NTNG) project in PEL 218 (Beach 70 percent and operator, Chevron Exploration Australia 1 Pty ...

  • Transocean Legend Continues Drilling at Grace-1 Well off Western Australia

    Rigzone - Monday 20th January, 2014

    ‐1 in permit WA-314-P off Western Australia was drilling ahead at 15,892 feet (4,844 meters) in the 6.5 inch hole section. The current hole section is expected to contain the primary Lower Plover formation target. Since Jan. 3 Grace‐1 progress report, remanning of rig post tropical Cyclone Christine was completed along with scheduled Blowout Preventer (BOP) testing and minor post cyclone ...

  • From selling old golf balls to becoming the $315 million man

    Sydney Morning Herald - Monday 20th January, 2014

    Young Rich List putting his worth at $315 million, his fortune built from the online consumer electronics retail business that carries his name. His personal wealth has more than doubled in just 12 months. Kogan is today one of the most interesting figures in Australian business. The son of Belorussian immigrants who arrived in Australia in 1989 with $90 to their name, Kogan has managed in the ...

  • Goodman Fielder boss killed in crash

    Sydney Morning Herald - Monday 20th January, 2014

    Killed: Andrew Hipperson. The managing director of a leading Australian food manufacturer has been killed in a motorcycle crash on the NSW south coast. Andrew Hipperson was riding in the Jerrawangala National Park, about 30 kilometres south of Nowra, on Saturday afternoon, when he lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into a tree, police said. Paramedics tried to revive the 51-year-old ...

  • Australia facing Davis Cup trouble

    SBS - Monday 20th January, 2014

    As Australian captain Pat Rafter toys with the idea of pitch-forking a pair of teenage tyros into the Davis Cup singles cauldron, French counterpart Arnaud Clement is agonising over an embarrassment of riches at his disposal for the looming World Group clash. Rafter and Clement will announce their line-ups on Tuesday, with Australia seemingly facing Mission Impossible against an extraordinarily ...

  • Australia revives water trade and political stand-off around it

    Reuters - Monday 20th January, 2014

    SYDNEY Jan 20 (Reuters) - Australia's government said on Monday it would sell back water allocations to drought-hit farmers along the Murray-Darling river system for the first time, prompting accusations that it is abandoning the vital waterway's environmental restoration. The Murray-Darling basin is a key agricultural region as well as the largest river system in Australia and one of ...

  • Australias decision to drop George Bailey is the wrong one

    The Guardian - Monday 20th January, 2014

    with George Bailey excluded from the squad for February’s tour to South Africa . If this is an attempt to show ruthlessness, it looks instead like a return to confusion. Keeping the other 10 Ashes players makes perfect sense. So does keeping all-rounder James Faulkner in the squad, given his patience as 12th man throughout the ...

  • Bailey dropped from Test squad Marsh recalled

    Cricket365 - Monday 20th January, 2014

    Batsman George Bailey has been dropped from Australia's Test squad for the tour of South Africa.The left-handed Shaun Marsh has been recalled, while the uncapped Alex Doolan and fast bowlers James Pattinson, Jackson Bird and all-rounder James Faulkner have also been included in the 15-man touring party.The veteran Brad Haddin is the only wicketkeeper in the touring party - and has retained ...

  • Australia shares end lower on weak Wall St lead bluechips fall

    Reuters - Monday 20th January, 2014

    (Updates to close) SYDNEY Jan 20 (Reuters) - Australian shares slipped 0.2 percent on Monday, pulled down by local bluechip stocks following weak leads from Wall Street, though an uptick in metals prices helped resource companies. The S&P/ASX 200 index shed 10.9 points to finish at 5,295.0. The benchmark fell 0.1 percent on Friday. The market appeared unaffected by news of China's 2013 GDP ...

  • Shut up too much information

    Sydney Morning Herald - Monday 20th January, 2014

    Have you ever wanted to scream ';shut up'; to a colleague? How many of us get that urge to turn to a co-worker and say "enough is enough" with the constant updates? Especially when the recounting of tiresome details is at full flow and your obvious lack of interest is not even noticed! Oversharing happens frequently in the workplace, says Michele Grow, chief executive of ...

  • Quake rocks New Zealand

    Sydney Morning Herald - Monday 20th January, 2014

    A sizeable earthquake has struck the lower half of New Zealand's North Island, knocking power out for a while in the town of Eketahuna, as well as causing property damage between Wellington and Manawatu. The US Geological Survey said the 6.2 magnitude quake struck about 3.52pm (1.52pm AEDT), 34 kilometres south-south-east of Palmerston North at a depth of 28 kilometres. The quake was ...

  • Affair then a death when love unravels in public

    Sydney Morning Herald - Monday 20th January, 2014

    Death will haunt me, says woman accused of being mistress He was a smooth-talking politician from South India with an international reputation from his time at the United Nations. She was a beautiful Kashmiri from the north when they met in 2009 in middle age and began a relationship partly played out in the media, and social media, glare. Now after public allegations that he was having an ...

  • Australias new squad members have a chance to impress

    ABC Australia - Sunday 19th January, 2014

    South Africa It has only been 15 days since Michael Clarke's catch in the slips sealed an historic 5-0 Ashes whitewash for Australia, but already the eyes of the selectors have be drawn towards the looming Test series in South Africa.Despite the overwhelming success of Australia's unchanged Ashes XI, some fresh blood has been introduced for the South African tour as it prepares to ...

  • Australia takes ODI series with third straight win over England

    Radio Jamaica - Sunday 19th January, 2014

    Australia made easy work of the third one-day international cricket match against England on Sunday (Saturday night Jamaica time), winning by seven wickets and further demoralizing the visitors who are yet to win a match on their tour down ...

  • Officer deserves award for shooting man dead

    Sydney Morning Herald - Sunday 19th January, 2014

    A police officer who shot dead an armed man in a busy shopping centre should be recognised for his bravery, a Sydney coroner says. Darren Edward Neill, 34, was shot dead by Inspector Toby Austin at Westfield shopping centre at Parramatta on March 25, 2012 after he led police on a high speed chase down the M4 motorway. In a tense stand-off, Insp Austin said he pursued the shirtless and bloody ...

  • Earthquake rocks New Zealand

    Sydney Morning Herald - Sunday 19th January, 2014

    A sizeable earthquake has struck the lower half of New Zealand's North Island. The US Geological Survey said the 6.2 magnitude quake struck about 3.52pm (1.52pm AEDT), 34km south-south-east of Palmerston North at a depth of 28km. The quake was widely felt in ...

  • China builds second aircraft carrier

    Sydney Morning Herald - Sunday 19th January, 2014

    Shanghai: China has started building its second aircraft carrier as part of a push to cement its position as the world's second biggest navy, according to reports in both China and Hong Kong. Wang Min, the party chief of Liaoning province in north-east China where the vessel is reportedly being built, said the carrier's construction would take six years and added that the authorities ...

  • When love unravels in public

    Sydney Morning Herald - Sunday 19th January, 2014

    Death will haunt me, says woman accused of being mistress He was a smooth-talking politician from South India with an international reputation from his time at the United Nations. She was a beautiful Kashmiri from the north when they met in 2009 in middle age and began a relationship partly played out in the media, and social media, glare. Now after public allegations that he was having an ...

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