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Crash teen victims mourned by Darwin classmates

The Darwin High School community is reeling following the death of two teenaged boys in a road incident in Darwin's rural area. A special assembly was held on Monday morning, barely 48 hours after Rhys Simlesa and Rhys Walters, both 15, were hit by a car and killed while walking along the Stuart....

Oscars 2017: The best and worst of the red carpet

BC Transplant and the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia are teaming up for a new organ donation... Over one hundred people have been risking their lives to cross the border into Manitoba illegally to... It’s another warning about the need for proper and adequate travel insurance. The daughter of an.

BC Transplant and ICBC team up for new organ donation program

BC Transplant and the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia are teaming up for a new organ donation program. BC Transplant Operations Director Ed Farre says they tested the program for about a year with four licensing offices. “Last year we did 423 transplants and that was a record number and that was from 97 deceased donors.

The Latest: White House to propose slashing agency budgets

(all times local): 9:15 p.m. Donald Trump The White House is moving to propose slashing cuts to longtime Republican targets like the Environmental Protection Agency in a set of marching orders to agencies as it prepares its budget for the upcoming fiscal year.

10 Things to Know for Monday

By The Associated Press Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday: 1. OSCARS OPENS WITH STANDING OVATION FOR "HIGHLY OVERRATED" STREEP. The 89th Academy Awards also kicks off with Justin Timberlake dancing down the Dolby Theatre aisles and Jimmy Kimmel mocking Matt Damon.

Trump toasts nation's governors ahead of health care talks

By KEN THOMAS Associated Press. WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump toasted the nation's governors Sunday night, welcoming state leaders to a black-tie ball at the White House ahead of discussions about his plans to repeal and replace the so-called Obamacare law.

Rachel Notley visits Washington to press Alberta’s case

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley jetted to Washington Sunday for the latest foray in a full-court press by Canadian politicians to preserve the country’s lucrative relationship with its largest trading partner. Ms. Notley’s three-day trip – the first for a provincial premier since President Donald Trump took office Jan.

Ottawa not convinced refugee surge constitutes a trend

Published Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017 1:38PM EST. Last updated Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017 9:36PM EST. Add to ... Canada’s Immigration Minister says he’s not yet convinced a recent increase in the number of asylum seekers crossing the border illegally from the United States constitutes a growing trend, despite....

Lendlease posts 12 per cent rise in earnings from commercial property business

Global construction and infrastructure group Lendlease will look to its construction and development pipeline for growth in the coming year, boosted by the strong office leasing markets. For the half year, Lendlease reported a 12 per cent rise in profit after tax of $394.8 million, with an interim unfranked distribution of 33¢ per stapled security....

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Six one-off experiences every traveller should try

Walk the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, North Island New Zealand HOW LONG. 7-9 hours THE EXPERIENCE. Rated the finest one-day walk in New Zealand, the Tongariro Crossing is a stern lesson in geology, a trek through an open wound in the earth's crust. The trail crosses the edge of Tongariro National Park....

Shareholder equity in Slater and Gordon wiped out with latest loss

The clock is now ticking on the financial future of the ailing law firm Slater and Gordon, with a 90-day deadline to finalise negotiations with its bankers to ensure its survival. The company has until May 26 to complete the negotiations, it said, which is likely to see the investment of shareholders wiped out.

Malcolm Turnbull accuses Tony Abbott of sabotaging government amid poll slump

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has laid the blame for the government's drop in the polls squarely at the feet of Tony Abbott, describing the former leader's "outburst" last week as a calculated and deliberate attack to undermine confidence in the Coalition.

WestConnex considers cheaper option of tunnelling next to inner city high school

A major tunnelling site for the WestConnex motorway is likely to be established next to an inner city high school because that would be cheaper than tunnelling from an area currently used for a bottle shop, meeting records show. A sliver of land between the Sydney Secondary College Leichhardt....

QBE chief John Neal's bonus cut by $550,000 after relationship with secretary

. John Neal's bonus was cut by $550,000 after not informing the company's board of his relationship with his executive assistant. . Photo: Louise Kennerley. Insurance giant QBE's chief executive John Neal has suffered a $550,000 cut to his bonus for not disclosing a romantic relationship with his executive assistant.

As tempo of Trump's media war rises, the unthinkable becomes possible

Washington: By the measure of his spokesman Sean Spicer, Donald Trump is tracking towards dictatorship – how else to explain Spicer barring "enemy" reporters from a White House media briefing, just weeks after he said open media access was "what makes a democracy a democracy versus a dictatorship".

Sessions' tough on crime talk could lead to fuller prisons

WASHINGTON -- (AP) The federal prison population is on the decline, but a new attorney general who talks tough on drugs and crime and already has indicated a looming need for private prison cells seems poised to usher in a reversal of that trend. Jeff Sessions, a former federal prosecutor sworn in....

10 Things to Know for Monday

(AP) Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday: 1. OSCARS OPENS WITH STANDING OVATION FOR "HIGHLY OVERRATED" STREEP. The 89th Academy Awards also kicks off with Justin Timberlake dancing down the Dolby Theatre aisles and Jimmy Kimmel mocking Matt Damon.

Nominee for Navy secretary withdraws

U.S. President Donald Trump’s nominee for Navy secretary, Philip Bilden, withdrew from consideration Sunday, becoming the second Pentagon pick unable to untangle his financial investments in the vetting process. “Mr. Philip Bilden has informed me that he has come to the difficult decision to....

Sokoto, Turkish Investors Partner to Revive Moribund Factory

By Mohammed Aminu in Sokoto Sokoto State Government yesterday said it was partnering with MUSIAD Group from Turkey to revive the moribund state-owned furniture company. Conducting the Turkish investors round the factory at the weekend, the Managing Director of Sokoto Investment Company, Aliyu Bala....

Lagos Laments Attacks on LASTMA Officials, Drags Two to Court

Fingers operators of commercial buses, motorcycles. By Gboyega Akinsanmi The Lagos State Government yesterday condemned the recent attack on officials of the State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), alleging that some operators of commercial buses, motorcycles and tricycles were behind the attacks.

Kaduna State Government Commences Implementation of New Pension Scheme

By John Shiklam in Kaduna The Kaduna State Government is to commence the implementation of the new pension scheme on Tuesday by paying pension benefits to its retirees scheme. The Executive Secretary of the tate Pension Bureau, Mr. Dan Ndackson, who disclosed this at a news conference in Kaduna....

Ex-workers of Intercellular Petition PenCom, EFCC over N230m Pension Debt

By Chineme Okafor in Abuja Former workers of InterC Network, a data service provider formerly known as Intercellular Nigeria Plc have asked the National Pensions Commission (PenCom), Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), and Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to look into their....

Safety of laying pipeline across state questioned

Updated 4 minutes ago. Freshly approved permits in hand, Sunoco Logistics is digging away on its Mariner East 2 pipeline — a project that will quadruple the volume of natural gas liquids flowing across Pennsylvania once the company navigates more than 2,000 streams, wetlands, roads and railways....

Water as a trace component in mantle pyroxene: Quantifying diffusion, storage capacity and variation with geological environment

Sammanfattning: In this study, distribution and diffusion of water in pyroxene are examined in an effort to explain the water content variation observed in natural pyroxene. Water is a common trace component in many nominally anhydrous minerals (NAMs) from the Earth's crust and mantle and greatly impacts their physical properties.

Pentagon seeks to expand fight against extremists in Somalia

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon wants to expand the military's ability to battle al-Qaida-linked militants in Somalia, potentially putting U.S. forces closer to the fight against a stubborn extremist group that has plotted attacks against America, senior U.S. officials said. The recommendations sent to the White House would allow U.

Police work to bring back murder suspect who fled state

This photo released by Pennsylvania State Police, shows Oscar Hernandez. Police say a missing 6-year-old Connecticut girl has been found in Pennsylvania after a high-speed chase and crash involving a car driven by her father, Oscar Hernandez, who's suspected in her mother's killing.

Malaysia: Poisoning of Kim caused paralysis, quick death

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia's health minister said Sunday that the dose of nerve agent given to North Korean ruler Kim Jong Un's exiled half brother was so high that it killed him within 20 minutes and caused "very serious paralysis." Kim Jong Nam died Feb.

Is it a lie? Then we can use it: The Ukrainian show with nothing but fake news

Kiev: The studio lights dim, and the anchor taps a stack of papers on her desk and directs a steely gaze toward the television cameras. What appears to be a nightly newscast is about to begin, only with a very Ukrainian twist: Everything is a lie, from start to finish.

'I spent the night at my Muslim friends'': Christians flee Islamic State in Sinai

Ismailia, Egypt: Some fled with little more than the clothes they were wearing, terrified that the militants of Islamic State would come for them next. For a fourth day on Sunday, Coptic Christians - one of Egypt's most vulnerable minorities - sought safe haven after a series of sectarian killings....

Australia set for first current account surplus in forty years

Australia could be set to post its first current account surplus since the mid-1970s this year, as soaring commodity prices, rising export volumes, and a narrower net income deficit work to push the balance into the black. On Tuesday, the Australian Bureau of Statistics will release fourth-quarter....
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