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AAP (Australian Associated Press) ist die größte Nachrichtenagentur in Australien. Der Fokus der Berichterstattung liegt in Australien/ Neuseeland, wobei mit Hilfe internationaler Partneragenturen das Weltgeschehen ebenfalls abgedeckt wird.
 
30.04.17 - 02:57
Westpac anti-Queensland: govt minister (AAP)
 
Resources Minister Matt Canavan is still scathing about Westpac's decision not to provide funding for the Adani coal mine, labelling it anti-Queensland. Westpac ruled out supporting the Adani mine and others in the Galilee Basin under its new clima...
30.04.17 - 02:06
Morrison orders GST distribution review (AAP)
 
Treasurer Scott Morrison has ordered the Productivity Commission to review how the GST is distributed among the states and territories. The Commonwealth Grants Commission, through the existing system of horizontal fiscal equalisation, recommends the...
30.04.17 - 02:06
Vic regional rail gets $1.45b upgrades (AAP)
 
Victoria will invest $1.45 billion in regional rail services and upgrades as part of Tuesday's state budget. The package includes more than $400 million to upgrade the Gippsland line. "If we can better ......
30.04.17 - 01:21
States need to get off backsides on gas (AAP)
 
The federal resources minister has taken aim at the states for bans on gas exploration that he says has led to price spikes and the looming shortage. The federal government last week announced export controls to protect domestic gas supplies, which ...
30.04.17 - 00:09
NSW budget to be delivered on June 20 (AAP)
 
The Berejiklian government's first state budget will be delivered on June 20, Treasurer Dominic Perrottet has announced. The 2017-18 budget would be "characterised by strong financial management, ......
29.04.17 - 19:42
Aus seeks US anti-radiation missiles (AAP)
 
Australia is looking to buy anti-radiation missiles worth about $183.7 million for its Growler aircraft fleet, according to a US agency. The US State Department has approved the possible sale and Congress has been informed, a notice from the country...
29.04.17 - 19:18
Majority of Aussies oppose fracking: poll (AAP)
 
Most Australians support bans on fracking for coal seam gas, a national poll has found, as debate over giving the industry more access to land continues to bubble along. More than twice as many Australians support moratoriums on fracking (56 per cen...
29.04.17 - 15:00
Com Games on track as Carrara venue opens (AAP)
 
The stadium that will host the opening and closing ceremonies for next year's Commonwealth Games is up and running. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and federal Sport Minister Greg Hunt opened the doors to the $105 million Carrara venue on ...
29.04.17 - 06:21
Com Games on tack as Carrara venue opens (AAP)
 
The stadium that will host the opening and closing ceremonies for next year's Commonwealth Games is up and running. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and federal Sport Minister Greg Hunt opened the doors to the $105 million Carrara venue on ...
29.04.17 - 05:42
Millions found in German airport luggage (AAP)
 
Officials have found EUR1.2 million euros ($1.75m) in luggage at Dusseldorf Airport, the customs office says. Police are investigating whether the money is connected with the drug trade as most of the money was in small notes. The notes were found ...
28.04.17 - 19:39
Secrecy, security key in pot stock growth (AAP)
 
Medicinal cannabis grower Cann Group's production facility is surrounded by barbed wire and is watched over by security cameras. While entry to the physical premises is heavily discouraged, investors in the "pot stock" sector are piling into new li...
28.04.17 - 11:36
Western Power workers won′t cop pay freeze (AAP)
 
The union representing WA poles and wires utility Western Power says workers won't accept a proposed pay freeze. Australian Services Union WA branch secretary Wayne Wood says staff have been asked to accept a new enterprise bargaining agreement com...
28.04.17 - 08:33
Near-flat finish but ASX continues gains (AAP)
 
The Australian share market has eked out a tiny gain to close higher for a sixth straight session despite a mixed performance in the heavyweight banking and mining sectors. The benchmark S&P/ASX200 index ......
28.04.17 - 07:36
Westpac coal refusals a blow for Adani (AAP)
 
Westpac appears to have ruled out funding the controversial Adani mine with a new climate change action plan that will limit its exposure to thermal coal projects. Australia's oldest bank said on Friday it would limit thermal coal project lending t...
28.04.17 - 07:27
Major petroleum tax overhaul rejected (AAP)
 
The report by economist Mike Callaghan, released on Friday, says minor changes could be made to the petroleum resource rent tax but no wider overhaul is needed. Mr Callaghan was asked to conduct the inquiry after it was found revenues from the 40 pe...
28.04.17 - 07:24
Pacific Consortium drops Tatts pursuit (AAP)
 
Pacific Consortium has dropped its pursuit of Tatts Group after the lotteries and wagering firm rejected a second takeover offer as not superior to its proposed merger with Tabcorp. Pacific Consortium on Friday expressed disappointment at Tatts' de...
28.04.17 - 07:00
ACCC says Murray Goulburn ′misled farmers′ (AAP)
 
The consumer watchdog is taking Australia's biggest dairy processor, Murray Goulburn, to court alleging it misled farmers about prices it would pay for their milk before announcing a shock price cut that pushed many into financial distress. The Aus...
28.04.17 - 06:30
Origin quarterly revenue rises (AAP)
 
Origin Energy has held production for the March quarter largely steady on the previous three months despite a planned shutdown at part of its Australia Pacific liquefied natural gas project in Queensland. Sales volume for the quarter was down two pe...
28.04.17 - 05:54
Western Sydney lines up Comm Games pitch (AAP)
 
A push by western Sydney to host the 2026 or 2030 Commonwealth Games has been well received by Premier Gladys Berejiklian amid calls for a united campaign to bring the games to NSW. "I want NSW and greater Sydney in particular to be the events capit...
28.04.17 - 05:30
Man falls from mushroom mulch in Victoria (AAP)
 
A man is being treated in hospital after falling four metres from a pile of mushroom mulch in regional Victoria. The man was taken to Bendigo hospital with leg and back pain after the fall at Scato Plus ......
28.04.17 - 04:33
Aust share market lower at noon (AAP)
 
The Australian share market was lower at midday, with mining and consumer-focused stocks leading the weakness. Weak commodity forecasts this week from two big iron ore producers - BHP Billiton and Brazil's ......
28.04.17 - 04:12
YouTube boycott may spell Google trouble (AAP)
 
YouTube's inability to keep big-brand ads off unsavoury videos is threatening to transform a rising star in Google's digital family into a problem child. It's not yet clear whether a recent ad boycott of YouTube will be short-lived or the start o...
28.04.17 - 03:57
Vic to get 90 new rehab beds in ice fight (AAP)
 
Nearly 100 new rehabilitation beds will open in Victoria as part of an $81 million investment into tackling the scourge of the drug ice. The government then wants to create up to another 60 beds in regional areas. Nearly $10 million will be spent t...
28.04.17 - 03:57
Producer prices rose 0.5% in March qtr (AAP)
 
Producer prices rose 0.5 per cent in the March quarter, missing market expectations of a 0.7 per cent rise. Over the year to the March quarter, the producer price index rose 1.3 per cent, up from 0.7 per cent over the year to the December quarter, a...
28.04.17 - 03:48
Westpac to reduce lending to coal projects (AAP)
 
Westpac appears to have ruled out funding the controversial Adani mine by limiting lending to basins that are already producing thermal coal. Australia's oldest bank on Friday published a climate change action plan in which it said it would limit t...
28.04.17 - 03:48
Murray Goulburn ′misled farmers′: ACCC (AAP)
 
Dairy group Murray Goulburn is facing court action after the consumer watchdog alleged it misled farmers about prices it would pay for their milk before announcing a shock cut to the price in 2016 that left many producers in difficulty. The Australi...
28.04.17 - 03:30
Westpac rules out backing Adani coal mine (AAP)
 
Westpac appears to have ruled out funding the controversial Adani mine by limiting lending to basins that are already producing thermal coal. Australia's oldest bank on Friday updated its climate change action plan in which it said it would limit t...
28.04.17 - 03:30
Brightree helps boost ResMed Q3 revenue (AAP)
 
Respiratory face mask and machine maker ResMed has lifted third-quarter revenue by 13 per cent to $US514 million ($A688.6 million), partly thanks to its acquisition of US health software business Brightree. Excluding the contribution from Brightree,...
28.04.17 - 03:30
Origin Q3 oil & gas revenue up 3% (AAP)
 
Origin Energy's March quarter oil and gas revenue has increased three per cent from the preceding three months, on the back of higher prices. The energy producer and retailer's revenue of $562.9 million, for the three months to March 31, was 78 pe...
28.04.17 - 03:18
Miners lead losses on Aust share market (AAP)
 
The major miners are weighing on the Australian share market after weak commodity forecasts from two big iron ore producers lead to a sell-off in the materials sector. Soft leads from Wall Street's Dow ......
28.04.17 - 03:18
Retail′s comic lesson on surviving Amazon (AAP)
 
Retailers steeling themselves to fight Amazon when the online giant launches Down Under might want to look to Spider-Man, Wonder Woman and Luke Skywalker for inspiration. Free Comic Book Day on the first Saturday of May each year is comic, movie and...
28.04.17 - 02:48
Jetstar angered by ′worst airline′ survey (AAP)
 
Jetstar has lashed out at a passenger survey that ranked the Qantas-owned budget carrier one of the worst airlines in the world. An airline and airport survey released on Friday by consumer advocacy group Choice found passengers rated Jetstar lowest...
28.04.17 - 02:42
China industry profits soar on build boom (AAP)
 
China's industrial profits rose 23.8 per cent in March from a year earlier, buoyed by a continued construction boom, though the pace of growth has eased from multi-year highs seen in previous months. In the first quarter, industrial profits climbed...
28.04.17 - 02:39
OPEC output cuts whet Asia′s appetite (AAP)
 
OPEC production cuts have created record Asian demand for European oil and made China the second biggest consumer of North Sea crude as flows from its usual Middle East suppliers dip. Rising Asian appetite for North Sea crude has largely been fuelle...
28.04.17 - 02:12
US missile system hurts Hyundai′s sales (AAP)
 
Hyundai has reported a more than a 20 per cent drop in first quarter profit as the anti-Korean sentiment in China sparked by the deployment of the US missile defence system battered the Korean carmakers' sales in its biggest auto market. The bigges...
28.04.17 - 01:51
ResMed′s Q3 revenue jumps 13% to $688.6m (AAP)
 
ResMed has lifted third quarter revenue 13 per cent to $US514 million ($A688.6 million) on the back of strong demand for its new Airfit respiratory face marks and its acquisition of US health software business Brightree. The respiratory face mask an...
28.04.17 - 01:45
PM can′t guarantee gas prices will halve (AAP)
 
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has hit back at Labor claims he pledged wholesale gas prices would halve under his short-term solution to address looming domestic supply shortages. Mr Turnbull has been under pressure about remarks he made when annou...
28.04.17 - 01:12
CBA amends small business loan contracts (AAP)
 
Commonwealth Bank is removing financial indicator covenants from contracts in most of its small business loans following concerns raised by the Small Business and Family Enterprise ombudsman. CBA is removing loan to valuation ratios and the wide-ran...
28.04.17 - 01:12
Tatts rejects rival private equity bid (AAP)
 
Takeover target Tatts Group has rejected a revised all-cash $6 billion offer by private equity group Pacific Consortium, saying the bid is not superior to the proposed merger with wagering giant Tabcorp. The lotteries and wagering firm said that, as...
28.04.17 - 01:12
Greece eyes market return after bailout (AAP)
 
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras says his government is aiming to return to international bond markets this year after the current round of bailout negotiations is concluded. Tsipras said his government hopes to use the market return as a way to ...
28.04.17 - 01:12
Plain packs may cut UK smoker numbers (AAP)
 
The introduction of plain packaging for cigarettes sold in Britain could cut the number of smokers in the country by another 300,000 within a year, researchers say. Based on observational evidence and a review of more than 50 experimental studies on...
28.04.17 - 00:27
Microsoft′s quarterly profit rises 27.8 % (AAP)
 
Microsoft has reported a 27.8 per cent increase in quarterly profit, lifted by robust demand for its cloud computing services. Under Chief Executive Satya Nadella, who took the helm in 2014, Microsoft has sharpened its focus on the fast-growing clou...
28.04.17 - 00:18
Govt can′t guarantee gas prices will halve (AAP)
 
Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg has conceded the federal government cannot guarantee gas prices will halve under its short-term solution to supply shortages. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has faced questions about the claim, made as he announced e...
27.04.17 - 23:18
United reaches settlement with passenger (AAP)
 
United Airlines has a reached a settlement for an undisclosed sum with the passenger who was dragged from a Chicago flight earlier this month in an incident that sparked international outrage, an attorney for the passenger says. Dr David Dao, a 69-y...
27.04.17 - 23:06
$A hits 4-month low against $US (AAP)
 
The Australian dollar is down against its US counterpart, hitting a four-month low after US president Donald Trump again targeted the imports issue, before retracing some lost ground. At 0635 AEST on Friday, ......
27.04.17 - 19:42
Badgerys Creek airport to spark ′new city′ (AAP)
 
The federal government predicts a jobs boom associated with Sydney's second airport at Badgerys Creek will result in a new city in the west. Federal Assistant Cities Minister Angus Taylor is expected to tell a summit at Parramatta that a "city deal...
27.04.17 - 19:42
Morrison switches budget focus to debt (AAP)
 
After months of seemingly talking about nothing else but housing affordability, Treasurer Scott Morrison has changed the focus of his pre-budget discussion to government debt. Mr Morrison used his final speech before the May 9 budget on Thursday to ...
27.04.17 - 18:36
Facebook fights fake news, state meddling (AAP)
 
Facebook has announced new measures it is taking to combat what it calls "information operations" that go well beyond the phenomenon known as fake news. In a report and summary of proposals to be published on its website, Facebook describes well-fun...
27.04.17 - 18:18
After calls, Trump not to ditch NAFTA, yet (AAP)
 
President Donald Trump decided against terminating the NAFTA treaty after the leaders of Mexico and Canada called him and asked him to work on a new trade between the three countries. "Rather than terminating NAFTA, which would be a pretty big shock...
27.04.17 - 18:00
Trudeau urged Trump not to ditch NAFTA (AAP)
 
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has urged US President Donald Trump not to withdraw from NAFTA in a call, saying such a move would be counter-productive, a Canadian source familiar with the matter ......





































 

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