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ABC新聞快遞:2009-12-312013-09-18
Western Australia's major electricity provider has admitted it may be to blame for a devastating bushfire north of Perth. Police investigators say they are confident power lines sparked the blaze in Toodyay which ripped through 3,000 hectares and left almost 40 families homeless.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-302013-09-18
Hundreds of firefighters are still battling two bushfires burning out of control north of Perth. Several homes have been destroyed in Toodyay with other properties still under threat. Water-bombing aircrafts’ve been used to contain the blazes in the state's wheat-belt area.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-292013-09-17
Rain has continued to fall on parts of northeast New South Wales overnight. Flood warnings have been issued for Bellingen, southwest of Coffs Harbour. There's also been minor flooding in the Macintyre River near Ashford. But the Bureau of Meteorology does expect conditions to ease.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-282013-09-17
A second Nigerian man has been taken into custody after locking himself in a toilet on a plane in Detroit. It was the same flight number with the plane involved in the Christmas day incident, in which a different Nigerian man was charged with attempting to blow up a transatlantic jet.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-272013-09-17
Further north, central areas of the Northern Territory will be hot and sunny. There will be just some light cloud cover over the Kimberley region and Top End can expect a monsoon storm in the afternoon.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-262013-09-17
In Europe, continued speculation about tough new financial regulations has weighed on markets for the fourth session in a row. Banks are concerned that higher capital-holding ratios will hit their bottom line while they are trying to recover from the financial slump. That led the FTSE down 21 points. The DAX and the Euro Stoxx 50 also fell.
ABC新聞快遞:2009-12-252013-09-16
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has called on Australians to spare a thought for people who may be suffering this Christmas. In his Christmas address, Mr. Rudd says 2009 has been a very difficult year for many people.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-242013-09-16
China has again been blamed for the failure of the Copenhagen climate change conference. A member of the team that drafted the final non-legally binding accord believes the West is being unfairly blamed for what was China's attempt to derail the process.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-232013-09-14
Still with a wild weather and about 150 homes in Brisbane's north are still without power after severe storms battered southeast Queensland in late yesterday. Crews worked throughout the night to restore power to over 30,000 homes and clear flooded roads, more than 3,500 lightning strikes were recorded.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-222013-09-14
The Opposition leader Tony Abbott is expected to press for a referendum on health funding. Fairfax Newspapers say Mr. Abbott will target Kevin Rudd's pledge to fix public hospitals. The Coalition's plans reportedly include federal funding for new local health and hospital boards.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-152013-09-13
In Fiji, after four people are feared dead after the Pacific nation was battered by Cyclone Mick. A young boy has been killed by a falling tree and its feared three people have been swept away. Police are still trying to confirm the death toll.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-142013-09-13
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is in hospital after being attacked at a rally in Milan. Mr. Berlusconi had just finished giving a speech to thousands of supporters when he was punched in the face. He was seen looking dazed and bloodied if what appeared to be a number of cuts. Police arrested a man at the scene.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-112013-09-13
It's turned to a long night for Barack Obama in Oslo, as he continues to celebrate his Nobel Peace Prize. After a pop star-like appearance on his hotel balcony, the U.S. President was later fated at an official dinner. More speeches and more cheer to round off his big day.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-102013-09-13
The unemployment rate is tipped to rise when the figures for November are released later this morning. They rose from 5.7% to 5.8% in October. And most economists expect them to worsen to 5.9% for November. This is despite the expectation that 5,000 jobs will have been created over the month.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-092013-09-11
The first decade of this century was the warmest since official recordings began, according to the latest findings presented to the United Nations Summit of Climate Change in Denmark. The World Meteorological Organization and the UK Met Office analysis showed that 2009 will almost certainly be the fifth warmest in 160 years.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-082013-09-11
Rising interest rates and unemployment are expected to curb retail sales growth next year according to independent forecaster Access Economics. It says sales earlier this year were solid thanks to the Federal Government's cash hand-outs.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-072013-09-10
Police have described the crash southwest of Sydney as one of the worst road accidents in memory. A family of five, including a child died when their car crashed into an oncoming semitrailer. Police say the force of the impact was so great (that) they couldn't tell if the car was a sedan or a ute.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-062013-09-10
Taking a look at the satellite image first, the widespread cloud you can see across Western Australia in a trough is generating isolated showers and thunderstorms in the south. Low cloud over Tasmania in westerly winds is causing light showers in the west. And cloud in the northeast tropics is bringing showers north of Cairns.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-052013-09-09
Better than expected employment figures are raising hopes for a sustained economic recovery in the US. The labor market dramatically improved in November as the number of jobs loss narrowed to 11,000.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-042013-09-09
At least 18 people have been killed in a suicide blast in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, three Somali government ministers attending a university graduation were among those killed. Witnesses say the attack appeared to target the government officials. It's believed a male suicide bomber dressed as a woman detonated the bomb.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-032013-09-09
Speculation is growing that New South Wales Premier Nathan Rees could be ousted from the top job today. Anti-Rees forces in the party are due to call a special meeting to mount a leadership challenge. Frank Sartor is expected to nominate for the position. Nathan Rees says he'll fight any leadership vote.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-022013-09-09
US President Barack Obama is to send 30,000 more troops to Afghanistan and deploy them within six months. Mr. Obama will make the much-anticipated announcement as part of the speech to the nation at West Point Military Academy.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-12-012013-09-08
Mr. Hockey indicated if he wins, he will give his colleagues a free vote on the legislation. Malcolm Turnbull's holding fast to his position. He insists he has the numbers to win.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-11-302013-09-08
Iran's government has ordered the construction of ten new uranium enrichment plants according to state television. The work is expected to begin in two months.
ABC澳洲新聞:2009-11-292013-09-06
Cloud over the Top End and Queensland in a trough is triggering isolated showers and storms, mainly in the tropics though.
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