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A Brisbane court is about to hear the final words to be spoken in defence of the man accused of killing Queensland schoolboy Daniel Morcombe, reports AP. Brett Peter Cowan's lawyer began summing up the defence case yesterday, urging jurors not to be
A New Zealand man has changed his name to a 99-letter moniker after allegedly losing a poker bet five years ago...A friend of the unidentified man posted a message on an online body building forum, claiming the name change was the result of a drunken
NZ shares fall; Fletcher and Air NZ drop, Warehouse, MRP go ex-div March 10 (BusinessDesk) New Zealand stocks fell as a drop in Chinese exports and producer prices weighed on equity markets across the Asia Pacific region. Fletcher Building and Air
THE Australian sharemarket is tipped to start the week down following disappointing Chinese trade balance figures. CommSec chief economist Craig James said a significant drop in the iron ore price and falls in base metal and gold prices on Friday
Forecasters say there is a 50 percent chance that an El Nino will form in the Pacific Ocean and bring drought relief to parts of California later this year. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Center on Thursday activated its El Nino
But opponent Solis is still rallying voters to turn out and give him a solid mandate.
TWO tropical lows tracking toward north Queensland could form into cyclones and cross the mainland, forecasters say. The Bureau of Meteorology says there's a high chance a low pressure system between PNG and the Solomon Islands, about 1000km
Wherever you stand in the climate change debate, the last few months have provided plenty of anecdotal evidence to support an argument for or against global warming. Deniers might point to the frigid air freezing the East Coast and Southeast as a
Taipei, March 6 (CNA) Israel's representative office in Taiwan held a seminar Thursday on investment opportunities in Israel that was attended by representatives from Taiwanese and Israeli companies, in an effort to boost economic ties between the
New Zealand has adapted better than Australia to the new world economic order. Partnership: The New Zealand flag, left, alongside Australia's on Anzac day. Australia and New Zealand may have to work together to make the most of what we both have.