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Monday 22 November 2010
Monday 15 November 2010
The mining giant Anglo American has agreed to sell its steel-grinding media unit to the Australian producer One Steel for US$932m (£580m).
Tuesday 09 November 2010
About 40,000 years after Aboriginal people settled in Australia, a referendum is to be held on whether to amend the constitution to recognise them as the country's original inhabitants. The move, announced by Prime Minister Julia Gillard, follows her predecessor Kevin Rudd's apology to the "Stolen Generations" of Aboriginal children forcibly removed from their families. It comes nearly 223 years after the First Fleet arrived in Sydney, heralding the colonisation of Australia by European settlers.
Friday 05 November 2010
The seatbelt signs were still on when passengers on Qantas flight QF32 became aware that something was amiss. Just six minutes after the plane – the largest commercial aeroplane in the world – had left Singapore's Changi airport on its eight hour flight to Sydney, an explosion shook the cabin.
Tuesday 12 October 2010
Monday 20 September 2010
A 13-day-old premature baby has been left an orphan after her parents were killed in a car crash while driving home from visiting her in hospital.
Tuesday 31 August 2010
A French daredevil climber who has scaled skyscrapers around the world was arrested in Sydney yesterday after climbing a 57-storey building and into the arms of waiting police.
Wednesday 25 August 2010
The prospect of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra getting down under and dirty with Strauss and Scriabin got off to a frenetic start with Vladimir Ashkenazy’s body language perhaps telling us more than we needed to know about the heated carnality at the start of Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier prelude. And what you saw was what you heard: all sex, not much love-making.
Monday 28 June 2010
Fitness First, the world's biggest gym chain, is preparing for a £1.2bn flotation in Asia before the end of this year.
Thursday 24 June 2010
Martin Johnson will reflect on England's tour of Australia and New Zealand as a success as he starts to plan his 32-man elite squad for next season.
Monday 21 June 2010
England's coaching team, under a serious amount of pressure in the build-up to the Sydney Test against the Wallabies, according to the scrum technician Graham Rowntree, are now talking enthusiastically about the so-called "third Test" of the tour, against the New Zealand Maori in Napier on Wednesday. "We have the breakthrough win we spoke about earlier in the trip, but we know we have to back it up," Rowntree said yesterday. "We have a chance to end this tour well in credit."
Saturday 05 June 2010
My parents were ... very young when they had me. My mum was 16 and my dad was in his early twenties.
Saturday 01 May 2010
Hundreds of people stripped off and braved the cold in the name of art today as they posed for American artist Spencer Tunick in a park in Salford, in an attempt to reflect the work of LS Lowry.
Friday 23 April 2010
An Australian woman who ran down and killed a man who threw cheese-flavoured snacks at her car was jailed yesterday for 25 years.
Friday 09 April 2010
The death of a 59-year-old Briton thought to have drowned in Australia was confirmed by the Foreign Office today.
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