Articles By Vittorio Hernandez
Canadians can have the newly released Motorola Moto G smartphone for free if they sign a new two-year contract with Telus or Koodo Mobile. Off contract, the phone costs $200.
If New Zealand has the notorious group Roast Busters, their counterpart in Australia is the Knights of the Jedi Council, made up of 17 soldiers who allegedly spread through the Internet images of unsuspecting naked women and then challenge members of the council to have sex with these females.
Canadian singer Justin Bieber immediately went to an Australian party on Sunday upon his arrival from New Zealand by joining end-of-school celebrations in Gold Coast.
Upbeat European and U.S. economic data caused a considerable increase in the prices of copper and aluminium at the London Metal Exchange (LME). When the open-outcry trading closed on Friday, three-month copper was up 1.1 per cent from the day's $7,094 per metric tonne.
The already high-tech Australian passport - which features facial recognition technology since 2005 - would be brought to another higher level in the future with the inclusion of voice recognition and eye scanning technologies.
An Indonesian international law expert warned on Monday that if the letter of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott would not satisfy Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, the next step in the worsening diplomatic crisis between the two nations could be Jakarta expelling Aussie diplomats.
Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO) Chairman Jan du Plessis complained at the Australian British Chamber of Commerce business lunch in Sydney on Friday of the fast rise of cost of doing business in Australia.
Mark Textor, the political adviser of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who has worsened the already bad ties between Australia and Indonesia due to his tweets, had quit Twitter.
Saturday, Nov 23, was an explosive day on earth as seven volcanoes erupted hours apart from each other on the same day.
The Australian National Retailers Association (ANRA) forecasts the average Aussie shopper will splurge around $1,280 during the Christmas yearend holiday, boosting the national economy for the last month of 2013 by about $30 billion.