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Australia to spend $64.9bn on ships, submarines

Australia will spend A$89 billion ($64.9 billion) on ships and submarines for its navy over the next 20 years, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Tuesday, A$40 billion of which has been earmarked to build surface ships domestically.

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Australia to spend $64.9bn on ships, submarines

Australia will spend A$89 billion ($64.9 billion) on ships and submarines for its navy over the next 20 years, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Tuesday, A$40 billion of which has been earmarked to build surface ships domestically.

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Abu Dhabi focused on attracting Australian visitors

Abu Dhabi's tourism industry is looking to capitalise on the surge in Australian tourists by embarking on a four-destination roadshow to Australia next month to increase awareness about the emirate’s growing business and tourism opport

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Australian nurse charged with backing IS

An Australian nurse was charged with supporting the Islamic State militant group fighting in Syria during a brief court appearance on Sunday, police said. The nurse, who has been identified as 39-year-old Adam Brookman, was arrest

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Bechtel boosts Australian LNG export capacity

Bechtel, a leading engineering, project management, and construction company in the world, has successfully converted natural gas from coal seams into liquefied natural gas (LNG) on the second production train at the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG

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Bechtel boosts Australian LNG export capacity

Bechtel, a leading engineering, project management, and construction company in the world, has successfully converted natural gas from coal seams into liquefied natural gas (LNG) on the second production train at the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG

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Australia plans country-of-origin food labelling

Australia will introduce mandatory country-of-origin food labelling from 2016, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Tuesday, a move given impetus by a hepatitis outbreak earlier in the year blamed on contaminated berries from China.

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Australia plans country-of-origin food labelling

Australia will introduce mandatory country-of-origin food labelling from 2016, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Tuesday, a move given impetus by a hepatitis outbreak earlier in the year blamed on contaminated berries from China.

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Vale to fightback Rio, BHP for iron ore supply to China

As Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton ship more iron ore than ever to China, the Australia mining giants face a fightback from Brazil's Vale for market share that threatens to drive already weak prices even lower. The Australian compa

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Australia's Asciano mulls Brookfield's $7bn approach

Australian freight company Asciano said on Wednesday that it was in discussions with Canada's Brookfield Infrastructure Group after the Canadian firm made an informal approach to buy it for A$8.8 billion ($6.78 billion). Brook

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