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  • Shell Innovation Vital to Australias LNG Future

    Rigzone - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Innovation will play a key role in the competitiveness of Australia’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry as global production grows substantially in the next decade, according to Shell Development Australia’s Commercial General Manager Doug Buckley. Speaking at the Australian National Conference on Resources and Energy (ANCRE) in Canberra Friday, Shell’s Doug Buckley said ...

  • Sri Lanka intercepts Australia-bound asylum seekers

    ABC Australia - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Sri Lanka Sri Lanka's navy has intercepted a boat full of asylum seekers who were reportedly heading to Australia.It is the first detected case of people smuggling in the country since the former Rudd Labor government announced tougher asylum seeker policies in July.The asylum seeker boat had been floating off the south-west coast of Sri Lanka for several days after its engines failed. ...

  • Fitch Affirms Australias Crown at BBB Outlook Stable

    Fitch Ratings - Friday 4th October, 2013

    U.S. Economy Research and Commentary With the political showdown in Congress over the Affordable Care Act, Fitch Ratings looks at the impact of the Act, and the subsequent government shutdown, on the credit ...

  • No manly men at U of T What the Dickens

    The Globe and Mail - Friday 4th October, 2013

    representative of the subject offered, but that case wasn't made.I imagine Mr. Gilmour intended bravado - to shock, bad-boy-style - and that's sad because he sounded so old. Short of walking into a conversation, sandblasting the brick and installing track lighting, there is no surer way to announce one is from the 1980s than to mount an assault on "political correctness," the ...

  • Suicide link to ADHD drug for children

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    A nine-year-old boy has killed himself and two other children have attempted suicide while taking a drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, federal drug authorities have said. In a safety update, the Therapeutic Goods Administration urged doctors to ensure parents are aware that suicidal thoughts can be an extremely rare but disastrous side-effect of the ADHD medication ...

  • US Congress killed our hike

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Why did the bison cross the road? No one told it that Yellowstone had been closed to tourists. Death comes often at Yellowstone National Park but not in the forms it took here this week. Precipitous cliffs, treacherous lakes, boiling thermal pools, bears, even bison: all the usual culprits were out of the frame. It was the US Congress that killed the tourist season, the jobs that support it, ...

  • McGurk offered ALP leader a $3 million bribe

    news.com.au - Friday 4th October, 2013

    MURDERED standover man Michael McGurk offered a $3 million bribe to Labor leader John Robertson when he was head of Unions NSW in an to attempt to buy the Currawong site off the ...

  • First life sentence for cop killer

    news.com.au - Friday 4th October, 2013

    UNITED and standing behind the family of slain officer David Rixon, scores of police officers yesterday welcomed the first life sentence handed down for the murder of one of their ...

  • Hell hath no fury like a bikie scorned

    news.com.au - Friday 4th October, 2013

    One states: "u will never catch the fat blimp so don't talk tough everyone knows how weak the aus hells angels are so just except it."As Queensland police move to clampdown on the Gold Coast turf war between bikie gangs fighting over the city's drug trade, authorities targeted the Bandidos in the largest show of force against an outlaw bikie gang in years.More than 100 police ...

  • Australian warships stars of the show

    news.com.au - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Warships from Singapore, Malaysia and China open proceedings as international visitors set scene for Australian Navy's magnificent ...

  • I was too Aboriginal ex-wife speaks out

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    He switched allegiances from the Labor Party to the Liberals, has the ear of Tony Abbott, and wants Aboriginal people to embrace private ownership. Welcome to Warren Mundine's new world. By Stuart Rintoul. It was the most lavish of weddings, testament to all the courses of Warren Mundine's life, attended by an extraordinary cross-section of Australian society: rich and poor, black and ...

  • Thems the brakes - drivers stop 36 times a day

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    indicating whether or not the specified user agent represents a smart phone. * If any of the regular expressions are updated then they should be updated in ...

  • Shattering conclusion to Greenpeace voyage

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Alex Harris was to have been back at work on Monday, sitting at her usual spot in the heart of Greenpeace Australia's cavernous office in Ultimo. Instead the 27-year old digital media expert is behind bars in the far northern Russian city of Murmansk, her empty desk - decorated with pictures of Arctic wildlife - a mute reminder to Sydney colleagues of the perils she now faces. ...

  • Gillard unleashed flood of emotions

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Illustration: Kerrie Leishman. 'I hope you've got a fantastic marketing plan to fill all those seats," Julia Gillard said, via her adviser, when I informed her that I had booked the concert hall of the Sydney Opera House and Melbourne's Town Hall to hold my conversations with her. Her caution was not surprising. Not only do the two venues have a combined capacity of 4680 ...

  • Screen violence changing young brains researchers

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Heavy exposure to screen violence in adolescence is changing the development of young people's brains, leading to increased aggression and reckless behaviour and decreased empathy. Evidence presented at the Australian Council on Children and the Media conference in Sydney on Friday showed brain imaging studies which recorded the way violent material changes brain activation in the short ...

  • Compromised Gehl opts out

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Renowned Danish urban designer Jan Gehl has quit the controversial Barangaroo project, saying he is "increasingly worried" about the development and has not been consulted for almost two years. Professor Gehl, a world-leading public domain expert, was commissioned by the government in 2010 to ensure Barangaroo's public areas were "people-friendly". But he has withdrawn ...

  • No easy answers suicide link to drug

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    A nine-year-old boy has killed himself and two other children have attempted suicide while taking a drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, federal drug authorities have said. In a safety update, the Therapeutic Goods Administration urged doctors to ensure parents are aware that suicidal thoughts can be an extremely rare but disastrous side-effect of the ADHD medication ...

  • Commandos horrific end kept secret

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    When officials found human remains in an old Japanese medical dump in Papua New Guinea this year, they may have done more than locate two missing World War II commandos. Instead, they may have unlocked a Pandora's box involving continuing censorship and the failure to punish those involved in some of the worst war crimes perpetrated on Australian soldiers in the Pacific War. In April, the ...

  • Australia beats New Zealand in Constellation Cup

    Sydney Morning Herald - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Australia has one hand on the Constellation Cup after a polished eight-goal win over New Zealand in the netball test in Adelaide on Friday. The 58-50 victory gives the Diamonds a 2-1 lead in the series with two tests to play. Kim Green was brilliant for the Aussies at wing attack and then centre while Cailtin Bassett and Natalie Medhurst shot well all night, Medhurst in her 50th appearance for ...

  • Brendon McCullum backs India to beat Australia in the upcoming ODI series

    India Today - Friday 4th October, 2013

    New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, who is in India playing in the Champions League, has put his money on India winning the upcoming ODI series against Australia."India is a very good team in home condition and exceptional in shorter version of the game. They are very well led by MS Dhoni and have some very exciting players. I think its going to be a tough tour for Australia but they are ...

  • Australia hails extradition of green-on-blue attacker

    Middle East Times - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Afghanistan a former Afghan army sergeant accused of murdering three Australian soldiers. Gen. David Hurley, Australia's military chief, confirmed in a written statement the extradition of the former soldier, identified as Sgt. Hekmatullah, happened Tuesday, saying the ISI had arrested him in February. Hekmatullah is expected to face trial for the murder of Lance Cpl. Rick Milosevic, ...

  • Cordner deserves World Cup chance Fittler

    ABC - Friday 4th October, 2013

    Sydney 2000 Former Test captain Brad Fittler says Roosters back-rower Boyd Cordner should join Australia's World Cup squad regardless of his grand final performance.Cordner is desperate to prove his fitness ahead of the decider against Manly, having been sidelined for seven weeks following ankle surgery.His selection would take to six the number of genuine Kangaroos candidates on display ...

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