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Westpac To Quit Remittance Business, Pakistan Warns It Will Aid Terrorists

Dec 23rd 2014

Westpac announced on Tuesday that it would quit its remittance business on March 31, 2015. Among the Big 4 banks in Australia, it would be the last to leave the $24.5-billion remittance sector in the country.

Sydney Siege Gunman Man Haron Monis’ Partner Amirah Droudis’ Bail Revoked

Dec 22nd 2014

Amirah Droudis, the partner of Sydney Siege gunman Man Haron Monis, has had her bail revoked.

Anonymous Call Warned About Man Haron Monis 2 Days Before Sydney Siege; Gunman Originally Planned Attack on Channel 7 – Reports

Dec 22nd 2014

A phone call reportedly warned the national security about Man Haron Monis two days before Sydney Siege.

Apple Faces Court Action In Canada Over iPhone Anti-Competition Deals, Phone Maker to Counter

Dec 19th 2014

Apple Canada had been ordered by the Canadian federal court to release pertinent documents needed by the Competition Bureau over allegations of anti-competition deals.

From A Garden Of Bouquets For Tori & Katrina, Martin Place Becomes A Sea Of Colourful Blooms; Ex-Australian Idol Winner Writes Song About Sydney Siege

Dec 19th 2014

Martin Place is more than just a place to lay a bouquet of flower to celebrate the heroism of Sydney Siege hostages Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson.

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Verizon Strike 2011: FBI Probing Acts of Alleged Sabotage by Workers

Reportedly, incidents of wire-cutting by aggrieved strikers have interfered with the phone services of thousands of customers between Virginia and Massachusetts.

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