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India, Australia and the United States – Strategic Convergence

Given the emerging security scenario in the Indo-Pacific region, where all three countries face challenges from terrorism and non-traditional security threats such as piracy, drug trafficking, serious communicable diseases, illegal…

NZ Mines Rescue Announce Plans to Re-Enter Pike River

New Zealand’s Mines Rescue service has agreed to enter the Pike River mine where 29 miners were killed last November, giving hope to families that the bodies of their loved…

Two Men Taken to Hospital Following Hobbit Studio “Explosion”

Two men involved in the production of the Hobbit movie were taken to hospital after an “explosion” at the studios in Wellington, New Zealand, where the movie is being filmed.…

British Free Trade Policies Wiping Out Australian Manufacturing

Citizens Electoral Council leader Craig Isherwood declared that the British free trade policies wiping out Australian manufacturing and looting our resources must end, now. Australia has lost 100,000 manufacturing jobs…

Bush Toilet Phosphate Discovery

A geologist struck gold when digging for an outback dunny while exploring for phosphate in remote parts of the Northern Territory. A team of researchers from Rum Jungle Resources had…

Adelaide Takes in 200 Christchurch Students

Some 200 first and second year students from Christchurch will travel to Adelaide next week to attend classes at University of Adelaide after last month’s devastating earthquake closed their university…

Police Warns of Flood Grant Scams

People residing on the NSW mid-north coast are targeted by bogus callers offering grants to those affected by recent floods, police said on Friday. Callers have been contacting people living…

Drunks Face Hard Times in Victoria

A new law banning drunken behaviour will give pubs and clubs in Victoria the right to rid themselves of drunken troublemakers. The new law, which was introduced into parliament on…

West Australian Vision for 2011 Outlined by Premier Barnett

Premier Collin Barnett, West Australia, addressed the parliament for the first time this year and announced his vision for the new year. Mr Barnett talked about West Australia’s legislative agenda…

South Australian Government Faces Imminent Change As Ministers Quit

South Australia’s Premier Mike Raan will have to replace ministers who have decided to either quit the cabinet or renounce part of their portfolio. The current cabinet is in need…

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