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Australian authorities turn back 37 Sri Lankan asylum seekers

Australian authorities have turned back a boat of Sri Lankan asylum seekers after intercepting them near the Indonesian coast, Immigration Minister Scott Morrison said. Mr Morrison said the asylum seekers, who were first spotted two weeks ago, ... ABC Online, 23 minutes ago

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 Rediff.com2 hours ago India in Australia: 1st Test may be delayed, Aus players need time after Hughes tragedy  IBN Live4 hours ago Brisbane Test set to be rescheduled; Australian players not ready  Rediff.com4 hours ago Phil Hughes tragedy: 1st Test likely to be rescheduled as Australians not ready  Zee News4 hours ago
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Japan Times

Australian display of 1.2 million Christmas lights sets world record

An Australian lawyer has set a world record by stringing up almost 1.2 million Christmas lights in the center of the national capital. Guinness World Records on Friday confirmed that the 120 km of multicolored wire strung in the shape of three ...
 Japan Times10 hours ago Australian sets world record by stringing up almost 1.2 million Christmas lights  Emirates24714 hours ago Australian man sets whopping world record with Christmas lights  Irish Independent15 hours ago 1.2 million Australian Christmas lights set record  Miami Herald18 hours ago
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Radio New Zealand

Australian tourists die in tanker crash

Two Australian tourists have died and seven others are injured, after a van collided with a milk tanker in New Zealand's Bay of Plenty. The crash happened on State Highway 5 near Reporoa on Friday afternoon. The van carrying two adults and seven ...
 Sydney Morning Herald3 hours ago Australian tourists killed in collision  Radio New Zealand2 hours ago Two Australian tourists dead in NZ tanker crash  9News.com.au2 hours ago
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Miami Herald

Chalmers leads Australian Open; McIlroy shares 2nd

Two-time former champion Greg Chalmers took a one-stroke lead Friday at the Australian Open after a 5-under 66, while marquee attractions Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott weren't far behind on a tough day for scoring. Chalmers had seven birdies in his ...
 Miami Herald13 hours ago Chalmers takes Australian Open lead  Brisbane Courier-Mail14 hours ago Adam Scott roars back into Australian Open contention with sizzling second round  WA Today20 hours ago Australian Open: Greg Chalmers takes one-stroke lead at The Australian Golf Club  Business Mirror9 hours ago
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WA Today

Australian Hotel to be dwarfed by new towers at Central Park

EXCLUSIVE The heritage-listed art deco Australian Hotel, on Broadway, is to be dwarfed by a new hotel and apartment tower to be built on top of it. The Department of Planning and Environment has put the plans on public exhibition, with new images ...
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R.I.P. Hughes

The sad demise of the promising Australian batsman, Phil Hughes, who was felled by a bouncer during a domestic match, is a shocker. A game that attracts millions across the globe holds many hidden dangers for players. The incident shows that cricket is in ...
 The Hindu3 hours ago Twitter offers heartfelt condolences for deceased Australian batsman Phil Hughes  DNA4 hours ago Podcast: Calls for cancellation of first Test between India and Australia following Phillip Hughes' death  DNA4 hours ago Mumbai Cricket Association will not tolerate any indiscipline, says vice-president Ravi Savant  DNA4 hours ago
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New Indian Express

Confused Australian man steals hearse with a body still in it just before funeral

AFP SYDNEY -- An Australian family Friday spoke of their shock after a man jumped out of bushes and drove off in a hearse carrying the body of a relative just before his funeral. Hayley West and husband Tobias Richardson were preparing for the ...
 China Post7 hours ago Hearse carrying body 'stolen' at Australian funeral  Zee News12 hours ago Carjacker Steals Vehicle Carrying Dead Body from Australian Funeral  New Indian Express12 hours ago Hearse Carrying Body Car-Jacked At A Funeral  NDTV16 hours ago
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Irish Times

'Supercell storm' batters Australian city

h officials said was one of the worst seen in the country and the strongest to hit the city of Brisbane in three decades, rained hailstones the size of tennis balls on cars and buildings late yesterday, flooding streets and injuring 39 people. Gusts of up to ...
 Business Standard14 hours ago Worst storm in decades lashes Australian city of Brisbane  Irish Times14 hours ago Australian city of Brisbane lashed by worst storm in decades, cutting power, flooding streets  FOXNews.com17 hours ago Storm Cuts Power, Lifts Roofs in Australian City  ABC News20 hours ago
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Rediff.com

Australia say too early to decide if India Test will be played

Front pages of Queensland's daily newspapers on Friday show headlines surrounding the death of Phillip Hughes. Photograph: Chris Hyde/Getty Images Emotions were still too raw in the wake of the death of Phillip Hughes to make a decision on whether to go ahead with next week's first Test against India, Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland said on Friday. Indian cricket officials were being kept closely informed, Sutherland added, and had been "outstanding" in their understanding ...
 Rediff.com12 hours ago Australian Media 'Shares Agony' of Phillip Hughes Death  NDTV15 hours ago Australian media 'share nation's agony' of Hughes death  Business Standard16 hours ago We felt we knew him: why Australians have united in grief over Phillip Hughes  9News.com.au17 hours ago
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