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West Coast tourism brighter as visitors rise
West Coast tourism operators feel they have "turned a corner" after the downturn in visitor numbers after the Canterbury earthquakes. In the year to March 30, the West Coast hosted an extra 30,400... (photo: Creative Commons / Piotr Zurek)
A Chinese dancer play with glass ball  to  performs a traditional dance during an event organised by the Chinese Consulate of the People's Republic of China and Indo-China Promotion Council, in Kolkata on March 1, 2013. The event was organised to create synergy which would not only benifit the two trading partners but also to foster peace development amont these two global giant emerging economies in Asia
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Chinese visitors lead the way as Victoria records 10 per cent rise in tourists
VICTORIA is proving the place to be for international tourists with visitors to the garden state up 10 per cent - the highest in Australia. Almost two million tourists visited Victoria over the past... (photo: WN / Bhaskar Mallick)
Rupert Murdoch, chairman and CEO of News Corp., leaves after attending the funeral service for journalist Marie Colvin, Monday, March 12, 2012 at St. Dominic Roman Catholic Church in Oyster Bay, N.Y. The 56-year-old Colvin was a longtime reporter for Britain's Sunday Times. She and French photographer Remi Ochlik were killed Feb. 22 in shelling in Homs, Syria.  IMDb 
Rupert Murdoch Talks Survival of Newspapers, Climate Change on Australia Visit
Sydney – Rupert Murdoch’s annual trip home to Australia came slightly earlier this year, as... (photo: AP / Mark Lennihan)
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Children from Hownslow Manor school take part in an assembly based on the upcoming World Aids Day, in London Tuesday Nov. 29, 2005. World Aids Day takes place on Dec. 1, with recent World Health Organisation figures showing that some 40 million people are now infected with the HIV virus. Teaching awareness in schools could be one of the many ways of trying to reduce the number of future infections, which in Britain rose again in 2004. The number of Children under the age of 15 in Britain who are affected is 1650  Stuff 
New HIV/Aids cases dropping, says UN
The United Nations has said new HIV infections and deaths from Aids were decreasing, making it possible to control the epidemic by 2030 and eventually end it ‘‘in every region, in every... (photo: AP Photo / Alastair Grant)
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Australian Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott meets with Treasury Secretary Martin Parkinson, in Sydney Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013. A new government prepared to take control of Australia on Sunday, with policies to cut pledges in foreign aid and to wind back greenhouse gas reduction measures in an effort to balance the nation's books. Abbott's conservative Liberal party-led coalition won a crushing victory at elections Saturday against the center-left Labor Party, which had ruled for six years. Canberra Times
Tony Abbott praises The Australian as Rupert Murdoch's 'gift to our nation'
Prime Minister Tony Abbott arrives at the 50th Anniversary function for The Australian newspaper in Sydney. Photo: Brendon Thorne/Getty Images Carbon tax strain taking a... (photo: AP / Saeed KHAN, Pool)
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Members of the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas's military parade today in Gaza on the anniversary of the assassination of Ahmed Jabari, a year ago and the war of 2012 the 8 days, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on November 14, 2013. an anti-Israel march as part of the celebrations marking the first anniversary of Israel's operation Pillar of Defence. on the first anniversary to assassinate Gaabary. Izz ad-Din Qassam Brigade organizes the strongest military parade in Gaza Strip. Photo by Ahmed Deeb / WN The Australian
Hamas fighters reject truce deal
HAMAS’s military wing last night rejected a ceasefire with Israel after the deal brokered by Egypt won the backing of the Israeli security cabinet. Soon after the... (photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb)
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In this Oct. 14, 2011 file photo, News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch delivers a keynote address at the National Summit on Education Reform in San Francisco. If the phone hacking scandal gripping Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. empire has a familiar ring, it might be because you've heard the story before. Scrappy outsider turns modest newspaper business into international media conglomerate. Ambition turns to hubris. The Australian
Throw open our doors to those who cherish our values, says Rupert Murdoch
RUPERT Murdoch has called for Australia to throw open its doors to immigration and welcome those who “cherish the values of the country”. Mr Murdoch said... (photo: AP / Noah Berger, File)
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View of the Indian Ocean Monsoon clouds over Howrah Bridge, Kolkata. The Hindu
El Nino may be on hold but monsoon stares an Indian Ocean 'bump'
The El Nino event generated by the warming of the tropical Pacific Ocean has not still got the desired response from the atmosphere to make it the ‘feared... (photo: Creative Commons / Sam)
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Eine Ein-Euro-Muenze steht in Muenchen in einer Fotoillustration auf einem Ein-Dollar-Schein (Foto vom 28.11.07). Reuters
Dollar steady in subdued market as key events loom
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The dollar, euro and yen started trade on Monday pretty much where they closed last week with investors awaiting pivotal events including Federal... (photo: AP / Joerg Koch)
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File - A firefighter keeps an eye on a blaze burning in the Sydney suburb of Pittwater Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013. Firefighters are battling scores of wildfires in southeastern Australia as hot, dry and windy conditions are combining to raise the threat. New Scientist
Australia is drying out thanks to our emissions
Australia is drying out, and it's largely our fault. The south-west of the country can expect to see average annual rainfall drop by 40 per cent compared with the... (photo: AP / Glenn Nicholls)
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Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe holds his gold medal from the men's 400m freestyle at the Sydney International Aquatic Centre during the Summer Olympics in Sydney, in this Sept. 16, 2000, file photo. Olympic champion swimmer Thorpe has submitted his final evidence to the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority evidence in an attempt to clear hi BBC News
Ian Thorpe: 'I'm gay', says former Australian Olympic swimmer
Five-time Olympic swimming champion Ian Thorpe is set to reveal he is gay in an interview on Australian television. The 31-year-old talks about his sexuality in an... (photo: AP / David Longstreath, FILE)
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