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World first commercial wave power station switched on in Australia
The world’s first wave energy power station has been switched on after being connected successfully to Western Australia’s electricity grid. The station will provide electricity and desalinated water for Australia’s biggest naval base.

18.02.2015 14:14

Putin emoji-fronted? Aussie FM uses angry red face to portray Russian president
Australia’s foreign minister has given what’s believed to be the first-ever political interview with emoji-only answers. The image that Julie Bishop picked to depict the Russian president was not at all ‘smiley’.

16.02.2015 08:09

Police pepper-spray protesting students in Sydney – including a legally blind girl
A protest against the Australian government’s education reforms in Sydney has turned violent, as security forces pepper-sprayed dozens of student activists – including a legally blind girl.

13.02.2015 08:36

‘Imminent’ attack thwarted: Knives, ISIS flags seized from 2 Australian suspects
Australian counter-terrorism police have thwarted an “imminent” attack by Islamic State-inspired radicals. The two suspects arrested in Sydney possessed hunting knives and machetes, as well as homemade black flags, authorities claim.

10.02.2015 23:34

US could permanently base warships in Australia – admiral
The US Navy is mulling a plan to base warships in Australia and is eying an expansion of yearly maritime exercises with India to permanently include Japan and Australia, potentially straining relations with China, the Wall Street Journal reports.

10.02.2015 10:48

Australian PM Abbott’s leadership to be tested in party room vote
The Australian prime minister, Tony Abbott, is going up against a vote at a party meeting next week, which will challenge his leadership position. Liberal Party members have called for a spill motion against Abbott after weeks of backdoor discussion.

06.02.2015 05:02

Al Jazeera journalist freed in Egypt, heads to Australia
Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste has been released from an Egyptian prison after serving 400 days in jail on charges of aiding a terrorist group. He is now on his way home to Australian, Egyptian security officials said as cited by Reuters.

01.02.2015 14:33

​Limit live terror attack TV coverage, Scotland Yard urges broadcasters
​Scotland Yard has asked news broadcasters to refrain from showing live footage of special forces or police officials preparing to intercept any future terror siege in London to safeguard the lives of captives and armed officers.

30.01.2015 11:12

Djokovich plays toughest tennis match ever against... ‘WWII M1 Abrams tank’ (VIDEO)
An M1 Abrams tank had an unusual mission, taking on top tennis player Novak Djokovic. In a computer generated video, the machine was given a good workout and needed all its firepower to contend with the 27-year-old's blistering shots.

29.01.2015 14:24

Fake church set up in Australia to evade vaccination for children
New “no jab, no play” childcare laws introduced in two Australian states have prompted a controversial anti-vaccination group to create a “church” of its own that rejects vaccination, but is actually merely a business, according to local media reports.

28.01.2015 10:03

5 sub-Earth-sized planets discovered orbiting ancient sun-like star
An international team of astronomers has discovered an “unusual” star system that is comprised of the oldest known star hosting planets, 11.2 billion years old. To compare, the Big Bang is considered to have happened 13.8 billion years ago.

28.01.2015 06:22

Breakthrough in cancer research? Scientists quickly un-boil an egg
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? It turns out scientists care less about that age-old question than about getting a cooked egg back to the form that a mother hen would recognize. That ability could have dramatic implications for cancer research.

27.01.2015 22:35