AU EDITION | Friday, January 30, 2015 As of 8:55 AM AEST
The Australian Dollar remains resilient on the back of the Swiss Central Bank's currency announcement to abandon its floor.
British Doctor Files ‘Not Guilty’ Plea To Charges Of Female Genital Mutilation In Landmark Trial
IS Threatens To Behead 2 Japanese Unless Tokyo Pays $200M Ransom
Fuji Launches S9900W And S9800 With 50x Zoom
The dairy farmers need to be protected against the vagaries of drought.
Experts say it won't be an impossibility that the yuan bumps the American U.S. dollar to become the world's most used payment currency soon.
The PC version, which has received funding from over 700 backers in three days, entails major reworking of the core engine and a host of graphical improvements.
The expansion for "Heart of Thorns," featuring a new jungle area, new character class, weapons and game modes, was announced at the recent PAX South event.
MH370 is now officially declared an accident, but the search for the missing plane is still top priority.
There are Australians among the militants killed in the ferocious encounter between Islamic State and Kurdish fighters.
Stolen or lost New Zealand passports are being exploited by criminals in an attempt to elude authorities and escape punishment.
Australian Stock Market - Afternoon January 29, 2015
Coca-Cola will soon be coming out with refined set of products for its Canadian market that are less sweeter and smaller in size.
Six pythons invaded a rural house in New South Wales.