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2017-05-24 New Zealand space launch is first from a private site Mahia peninsula, North Island, New Zealand
2. 2016-05-16 Australia delays 'backpacker tax' hike Australia
D. 2015-12-16 Asia's investors cheer the Fed's move to raise rates Japan
E. 2015-09-26 Australia set to deny visa to US singer Chris Brown Australia
F. 2015-08-26 Fifty Shades publisher 'must set aside' $10m in royalties Fort Worth, Texas
6. 2015-08-04 Court overturns approval for giant Carmichael coal mine
7. 2015-07-31 'Progress' but no deal at TPP talks Maui, Maui, Hawaii
8. 2014-11-15 Abbott outlines G20 economic pledges Brisbane, Queensland
J. 2014-08-25 Clive Palmer makes China apology over 'mongrels' remarks Australia

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Australia delays 'backpacker tax' hike  The Australian government will delay its plan to introduce a so-called 'backpacker tax' after a backlash from farmers and the tourism indust...   Asia's investors cheer the Fed's move to raise rates  Japan: Shares in Asia were all in positive territory on Thursday on news the US Federal Reserve had raised its rates for the first time since June 2006 Australia set to deny visa to US singer Chris Brown Fifty Shades publisher 'must set aside' $10m in royalties. Texas Court overturns approval for giant Carmichael coal mine. Queensland 'Progress' but no deal at TPP talks. Hawaii Abbott outlines G20 economic pledges Map of Brisbane Australia  Queensland: The Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, has brought the G20 summit to a close by detailing economic pledges agreed by the world leaders Clive Palmer makes China apology over 'mongrels' remarks. Australia Qantas Airways to cut 5,000 jobs  Australia: Struggling airline Qantas has announced plans to cut 5,000 jobs, after reporting a heavy financial loss Anger at Japan whalers 'disrespect'. New Zealand Fonterra products free of botulism. New Zealand China bans NZ dairy imports in scare  China has banned all imports of milk powder from New Zealand, after Fonterra, found in some of its products a strain of bacteria that can cause... Miners desecrated Aboriginal site. Australia Australia carbon tax to cost $3.5bn Google beams internet from balloons. New Zealand DJ fired for gay question to PM. Australia Ford to shut Australian production NZ hit by worst drought in 30 years. New Zealand Dotcom starts new file-sharing site. New Zealand NZ mine boss pleads not guilty. New Zealand 'No Indians, Asians' job ad sparks anger. Australia Qantas posts $256m annual loss. Australia Australia enacts carbon-tax law Billionaire to build Titanic II. Australia Megaupload boss seeks bail in NZ   New Zealand: German national Kim Dotcom, the founder of file-sharing website Megaupload, has appeared in a New Zealand court seeking bail Qantas resuming flights
New Zealand space launch is first from a private site Map of Mahia peninsula North Island New Zealand


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May.24
  American company Rocket Lab has launched a rocket into space from New Zealand, the first from a private launch facility


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Oct.30
  Australia: Qantas resumes flights after an independent tribunal orders a permanent end to the industrial dispute with union members

Oct.29
  Australia: The Australian airline Qantas is grounding all international and domestic flights with immediate effect due to an industrial dispute
Oct.11 NZ oil spill ship captain charged  New Zealand: The captain of a cargo ship Rena that has grounded off New Zealand and is leaking oil into the sea has been arrested and charged Aug.15   Qantas expands fleet to reverse losses  Australia: Qantas announced a new international strategy on Tuesday with the acquisition of up to 110 Airbus A320s to boost its fleet Aug.14 World Bank warns of 'new danger zone'  Sydney: The head of the World Bank warned that many key market players have lost confidence in recent weeks Jan.26 Australia unveils new flood tax   Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced a new tax to help pay for devastating floods that she says will cost A$5.6bn in reconstruction Jan.23 Australia: Flooding cost to be 'enormous'  Flooding in Australia has affected more than 3 million people, making it one of the costliest disasters in the nation

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Nov.7 Qantas' A380 fleet to remain grounded
  Australia: Qantas Airways' fleet of Airbus A380 aircraft will remain grounded indefinitely after new problems with the engines were uncovered, CEO says Nov.4 Qantas grounds Airbus A380
  Australia: Qantas grounded its Airbus A380 fleet indefinitely after part of a plane's engine cover fell off in flight
Oct.24 Singapore bourse launches ASX bid  The Singapore stock exchange (SGX) has unveiled a $8.2bn bid for the company that owns the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) in Sydney Mar.21 4 Tio Tinto employees on trial for bribery   Shanghai: Four employees of international mining group have gone on trial, charged with bribery and commercial espionage Mar.19   Rio Tinto signs mining deal with Chinalco  Australia: The Anglo-Australian mining company has signed a deal with China to develop a massive iron ore mine in West Africa

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Feb.12 Australian stimulus plan approved

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Oct.12 Markets rally after crisis talks
. Australia Oct.9 Asian stocks hit after Dow plunge Map of Tokyo  Tokyo: Tokyo's Nikkei-225 index has dropped 11.3%; South Korea, Australia and Singapore crashed 7% in early trading Oct.7 More turmoil hits Asian markets
  Japan: The markets have plummeted in early trading amid fears the financial crisis may prompt a prolonged global downturn Jul.13 Drought hurts vital Australian wheat Jan.22 Asian markets rally after US cut. Japan Jan.21 Australasia markets see further losses. Sydney

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Dec.26 Media magnate Kerry Packer dies
  Sydney: Australia's richest man has died peacefully at the age of 68 at home among his family


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Aug.15 Stem cell breakthrough
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Australia delays 'backpacker tax' hike  The Australian government will delay its plan to introduce a so-called 'backpacker tax' after a backlash from farmers and the tourism indust... World Bank warns of 'new danger zone'  Sydney: The head of the World Bank warned that many key market players have lost confidence in recent weeks Australia unveils new flood tax   Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced a new tax to help pay for devastating floods that she says will cost A$5.6bn in reconstruction Fonterra products free of botulism. New Zealand China bans NZ dairy imports in scare  China has banned all imports of milk powder from New Zealand, after Fonterra, found in some of its products a strain of bacteria that can cause... NZ hit by worst drought in 30 years. New Zealand Drought hurts vital Australian wheat Singapore bourse launches ASX bid  The Singapore stock exchange (SGX) has unveiled a $8.2bn bid for the company that owns the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) in Sydney Ford to shut Australian production Stem cell breakthrough. Melbourne   Asia's investors cheer the Fed's move to raise rates  Japan: Shares in Asia were all in positive territory on Thursday on news the US Federal Reserve had raised its rates for the first time since June 2006 Markets rally after crisis talks. Australia Asian stocks hit after Dow plunge Map of Tokyo  Tokyo: Tokyo's Nikkei-225 index has dropped 11.3%; South Korea, Australia and Singapore crashed 7% in early trading More turmoil hits Asian markets  Japan: The markets have plummeted in early trading amid fears the financial crisis may prompt a prolonged global downturn Asian markets rally after US cut. Japan Australasia markets see further losses. Sydney Qantas Airways to cut 5,000 jobs  Australia: Struggling airline Qantas has announced plans to cut 5,000 jobs, after reporting a heavy financial loss Google beams internet from balloons. New Zealand Dotcom starts new file-sharing site. New Zealand Megaupload boss seeks bail in NZ   New Zealand: German national Kim Dotcom, the founder of file-sharing website Megaupload, has appeared in a New Zealand court seeking bail Court overturns approval for giant Carmichael coal mine. Queensland Australia enacts carbon-tax law Australia: Flooding cost to be 'enormous'  Flooding in Australia has affected more than 3 million people, making it one of the costliest disasters in the nation Fifty Shades publisher 'must set aside' $10m in royalties. Texas Miners desecrated Aboriginal site. Australia 'No Indians, Asians' job ad sparks anger. Australia New Zealand space launch is first from a private site Map of Mahia peninsula North Island New Zealand




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  American company Rocket Lab has launched a rocket into space from New Zealand, the first from a private launch facility
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  Australia: Qantas resumes flights after an independent tribunal orders a permanent end to the industrial dispute with union members
Oct.30 Qantas ordered to end labor dispute
  Sydney: An Australian workplace relations tribunal ordered Qantas to end a labor dispute that has left tens of thousands of passengers stranded worldwide Oct.29 Labour row grounds Qantas flights
  Australia: The Australian airline Qantas is grounding all international and domestic flights with immediate effect due to an industrial dispute
Aug.15 Qantas expands fleet to reverse losses  Australia: Qantas announced a new international strategy on Tuesday with the acquisition of up to 110 Airbus A320s to boost its fleet 2010 Nov.7 Qantas' A380 fleet to remain grounded  Australia: Qantas Airways' fleet of Airbus A380 aircraft will remain grounded indefinitely after new problems with the engines were uncovered, CEO says Nov.4 Qantas grounds Airbus A380
  Australia: Qantas grounded its Airbus A380 fleet indefinitely after part of a plane's engine cover fell off in flight




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2014 Feb.9 Anger at Japan whalers 'disrespect'
. New Zealand 2012 Apr.29 Billionaire to build Titanic II. Australia 2011 Oct.11 NZ oil spill ship captain charged  New Zealand: The captain of a cargo ship Rena that has grounded off New Zealand and is leaking oil into the sea has been arrested and charged



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2014 Aug.25 Clive Palmer makes China apology over 'mongrels' remarks
. Australia 2012 Oct.24 NZ mine boss pleads not guilty. New Zealand



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2013 Jul.15 Australia carbon tax to cost $3.5bn




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2015 Jul.31 'Progress' but no deal at TPP talks
. Hawaii



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2014 Nov.15 Abbott outlines G20 economic pledges Map of Brisbane Australia  Queensland: The Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, has brought the G20 summit to a close by detailing economic pledges agreed by the world leaders 2009 Feb.12 Australian stimulus plan approved



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2015 Sep.26 Australia set to deny visa to US singer Chris Brown
2013 Jun.14 DJ fired for gay question to PM. Australia



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2005 Dec.26 Media magnate Kerry Packer dies
  Sydney: Australia's richest man has died peacefully at the age of 68 at home among his family