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ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-142013-06-09
The King’s Speech has dominated the British film awards, taking out seven of the 14 awards it was nominated for. Geoffrey Rush won best supporting actor, and Natalie Portman lived up to expectation—she won Best Actress for her role as the disturbed ballerina in Black Swan.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-122013-06-08
The Australian share market has snapped aseven-day winning streak after unrest in Egypt sent global markets tumbling.The All Ords and the ASX200 closed down nearly three quarters of a per cent.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-112013-06-08
Prime Minister Julia Gillard will meet state and territory leaders at a COAG meeting on Sunday to try to finalise the health deal that Kevin Rudd signed with them last year. The Government has dropped its demand for 30 per cent of the states’ GST revenue. The emphasis will now be on primary healthcare and keeping people out of hospitals.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-102013-06-07
Three car bombs have exploded in quick succession in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk. At least eight people have been killed and dozens more have been injured. All three blasts targeted at local police. A Sunni militant group is being blamed for those attacks.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-092013-06-07
Senior Liberals have come out in force to defend Tony Abbott over comments he made about the death of an Australian soldier in Afghanistan. Channel Seven has broadcast Mr Abbott saying “shit happens” when discussing the circumstances surrounding the death of Lance Corporal Jared MacKinney last year.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-082013-06-06
The Government's economic credentials will be front and centre today when Parliament starts debating the flood recovery package this week. Julia Gillard is yet to convince key Independents on the merits of a flood levy. And the Opposition's planning to unveil its own spending cuts to pay for the flood recovery.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-072013-06-06
Firefighters are battling strong winds as they try to contain two large blazes on the outskirts of Perth. One fire in the south-eastern suburbs of Roleystone and Kelmscott destroyed up to 40 homes. One firefighter has been injured; a dozen people have been treated for smoke inhalation. And residents in the Swan Valley have been evacuated.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-062013-06-05
Thick cloud over central Australia around Ex-Tropical Cyclone Yasi is causing heavy rain and storms. A cloud band across southern New South Wales and eastern Victoria is bringing rain which is easing.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-052013-06-05
The number of people registered as unemployed in the United States has fallen to its lowest level for almost two years. Figures for January put the number out of work at nine per cent of the workforce, down from 9.4 per cent in December. However, analysts have predicted much stronger job creation.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-042013-06-04
Prime Minister Julia Gillard will be out and about in north Queensland later this morning to inspect the devastation. Yasi is gradually petering out as it moves west across the state. The monster storm battered several small coastal communities. Tully lies in ruins, and other towns like Mission Beach and Cardwell were badly damaged.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-032013-06-04
Cyclone Yasi has been further downgraded to a category 3 storm, but has still left a trail of destruction in its wake. Mission Beach, Tully, Cardwell and Innisfail are among the worst-hit communities.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-022013-06-03
Severe Tropical Cyclone Yasi has now been upgraded to a category five system. North Queenslanders have been warned to take refuge this morning, as that cyclone bears down on the coast. More than 30,000 people have been told to leave their homes. Yasi is likely to cross the coast somewhere between Cairns and Innisfail late tonight or early tomorrow morning.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-02-012013-06-03
Demonstrators in Egypt have called for a million-man march as the Egyptian army has vowed not to fire on its own people. The announcement is a bad sign for President Hosni Mubarak as he may have lost the support of the powerful military. Thousands of protesters are vowing to stay on the streets until the president resigns.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-312013-06-02
Ex-tropical cyclone Anthony has brought gale-force winds and torrential rain to north Queensland’s coast. It crossed the coast late last night. Power has been cut to about 10,000 properties.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-302013-06-02
Let's take a look at the weather now. On the satellite image, you can see cloud around Tropical Cyclone Bianca producing showers for southwestern WA. And there's cloud over the coast of Queensland associated with Tropical Cyclone Anthony producing showers. Cloud over the western interior in a trough is triggering storms.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-292013-06-01
The US economy continues to show encouraging signs of recovery with growth picking up to 3.2 per cent in the final quarter of 2010. The result takes the annual growth rate for the last year to 2.9 per cent, the biggest increase since 2005. US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says the mid- to long-term outlook is positive.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-282013-06-01
And the protests have spread to Yemen. Thousands of people have rallied in the capital Sanaa, demanding political reform. They have been inspired by the events in Egypt and Tunisia. Protesters want the president to go after three decades in power.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-272013-05-31
As more details are emerging about the man who's thought to have organised last month's asylum seeker boat that sank off Christmas Island. Ali Hamid, who's an Australian citizen, was arrested late yesterday for immigration violations.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-262013-05-31
What began as a peaceful protest in Egypt has erupted into violence. Demonstrators hurled rocks and climbed on top of an armoured police truck. Police responded with water cannons and tear gas and set upon the crowd with batons. The protest was inspired by events in Tunisia. It’s the biggest protest in Egypt in years.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-252013-05-30
Three Indonesian fishermen will face court in Perth today, over last month's Christmas Island boat tragedy that killed 50 asylum seekers. Those people have been charged with people smuggling. The Federal Government will upgrade Christmas Island's radar surveillance system, after a Customs inquiry into the tragedy.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-242013-05-30
A massive inland sea is making its way across northwest Victoria, swallowing up farms in its path. Residents in several small communities are being told to evacuate or risk being isolated for days. In Swan Hill, they’ve been shoring up in the town ahead of the expected peak in a couple of days.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-232013-05-29
Around the states now, the tropical low over far north Queensland is expected to develop into a cyclone later today. Weather Bureau says that the impact on the state will diminish as it moves away from the coast. Mostly fine elsewhere.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-222013-05-29
And taking a check of the market numbers now: In the US, at the end of the week's trade, the Dow is up. Australian shares ended the session yesterday lower. The All Ords lost about a third of a percent.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-212013-05-28
Victoria's floods are making their relentless way across the state. In the west, the small community of Jeparit, which is downstream of Dimboola, is the next in line. Residents fear its levees may fail and they have been very busy sandbagging.
ABC澳洲新闻:2011-01-202013-05-28
The small Victorian western town of Dimboola is the latest community threatened by the surging floodwaters. Several homes have already been flooded and residents have been told to evacuate. The large volume of water is putting immense pressure on the town's weir.
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