3 hrs ago
International Business Times
Australia Debates Over Giving Access to National Parks for Emergency Cattle Grazing
The state government of Queensland will introduce legislation on Tuesday that will attempt to save 25,000 very hungry cattle by opening the door of parts of five national parks and eight National Reserve System properties so graziers could get through the next wet season.
6 hrs ago
Digby Ioane may miss Australia's first Test against the Lions after undergoing surgery
Wallabies winger Digby Ioane is in doubt for the start of the British and Irish Lions Test series after undergoing a knee operation this morning.
6 hrs ago
Search on for Indo-Canadian man missing in Australia
Sydney, May 22 : A frantic search is on for a 25-year-old Indo-Canadian man who went missing in a national park in Australia.
10 hrs ago
King & Wood Mallesons Australia Managing Partner Resigns
King & Wood Mallesons Australia managing partner Tony O'Malley has resigned from his position and will retire as the firm's partner in December.
Tue May 21, 2013
Northern Territory News
Lyn's tragic tale spur for croc experience
THE grandmother of a Top End girl taken by a crocodile is learning how to wrangle the reptiles in the hope of teaching other people about the dangers of the salties.
Well known British actor visits Townsville
British actor Tony Robinson is in Townsville Qld, to talk up the history in the region for his show Timewalks .
Regional patients wait months for fly-in fly-out help
Despite the growing awareness of mental health, some patients in regional and rural Australia have to wait for months to see a fly-in, fly-out psychiatrist.
Visiting Australian minister di...
Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr with Pablo Kang, Australian Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, during a businessmen reception in Doha.
Bringing coffee from Melbourne to Menzies: the ultimate tree change
Can you imagine taking off to live in a remote outreach 3000km away? Ann Sheehan explains how the red dirt 'got in their veins'. It was meant to be a six month sabbatical, but six years and 3000km later the Sheehan-Lee family is happier than ever.
Catholic World News
Australian archbishop admits predecessors covered up abuse
Archbishop Denis Hart of Melbourne, Australia, has admitted that Church leaders in the past did not respond adequately to sex-abuse complaints.
UPDATE 2-Gloom hits services firms as Australia's mining boom peaks
A spate of profit warnings from Australian mining services firms suggests the country's "once-in-a-century" resources spending boom may have peaked sooner than companies, economists and policymakers had expected.
Australia's best bartenders shake it
For the first time, bartenders from across Australia gathered in Noosa as part of the Noosa International Food and Wine festival.
Police seek man over Narrogin death
Police believe Kevin James Corbett is in Perth and may be able to assist in the investigation into the death of a woman in Narrogin on May 18.
WA crisis meeting on Aboriginal suicide
Robert Eggington is among indigenous leaders to meet with WA bureaucrats over rising suicide levels among the Noongah community.Picture: Richard Polden INDIGENOUS leaders in Western Australia are holding a crisis meeting with senior bureaucrats to discuss high suicide rates among the Nyoongah community.
Australian zoo says white rhino birth 'sign of hope'
An Australian zoo said on Tuesday the birth of a southern white rhinoceros was a "sign of hope" for the species given the escalation of poaching in Africa.
Tornado Aussie: I can't find friends
Watch a time lapse of the deadly tornado that had 270 km/ph winds,stayed on the ground for 40 minutes and traveled 32 klms.
UK minister goes on 10 nation Drug Law tour
The home office of the UK is to tour 10 countries to compare different drug policies in order to establish whether decriminalization or other drug law reforms is the way to go for the UK.The UK will study all the 10 countries before making any new reform decisions.After Portugal reported a success of decriminalization after 10 years of trial, most countries in Latin America changed, or are in midst of changing there drug laws for personal use. Also some European countries recently changed there drug laws including Italy and Czekoslavakia and Belgium. The tour will start with decriminalized Portugal,Spain and Italy to the heroin injection rooms of Denmark and Switzerland, to the zero tolerance nations of Sweden and Japan.UK drug laws like Australia's are sought of in between, neither decriminalized -(exception SA-marijuana), nor zero tolerance.There are now wide extremes between nations on drug laws.At one end there is either, total zero tolerance, long jail sentences and the death penalty in almost all Islamic, Asian and Communist countries(exception-India-marijuana legalized for religous use).The other extreme is the more rational and civilized nations who have either drug decriminalization,Gov injection rooms, small fines,community work and police offers of counselling or detox treatment, in almost all Latin American and EU countries.The USA with the exception of 2 US states has outlawed drug use, though there has been recent calls for more reform by US reformers,who are mostly high ranking police officers and politicians.
Latest drone future of extreme warfare
The arrival of the drone was an unwelcome sight to most, with its cold military intent of spying and killing.Now its got worse, the US has now invented another drone the X-47 B that can take of from any aircraft carrier giving the US a global reach with its 10 aircraft carriers.
Mon May 20, 2013
Celebrity Dirty Laundry
Ricky Martin and Twin Boys Matteo and Valentino Hang Out In Australia
Ricky Martin was spotted hanging out with his twins in a park in Sydney, Australia this past Sunday.
Trio witness total annular eclipse in Australia
The moon moves in orbit between the earth and the sun and blocks the sun from view in a solar eclipse.