• 'Shakespeare was not a language innovator '

    'Shakespeare was not a language innovator '

    melbourne September 7, 2016 15:15 Hot Recent News

    Literary Britain shaken to its foundations now wrote the Australian professor David McInnes William Shakespeare nowhere was such a great innovator language as the Brits would have you believe. The scientist claims that the famous Oxford English Dictionary (OED) greatly exaggerates when many words attributed to Shakespeare.

  • AirAsia pilot breaks all records

    AirAsia pilot breaks all records

    sydney September 7, 2016 13:21 Hot Recent News

    The Airbus A330 departed at 11.55 am from Sydney and it was intended to land 6611 kilometers away in Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia. The crew also found itself the flight went quickly after landing could be used after an hour. On the floor was found to be Melbourne.

  • 'Melbourne's most livable city in the world '

    'Melbourne's most livable city in the world '

    london August 18, 2016 13:00 Hot Recent News

    Australia, Austria and Canada have the most livable cities in the world. The Australian city of Melbourne has the best performance in terms of stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. The Austrian capital Vienna is right behind there, like the Canadian cities of Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary.

  • Car stolen with child on sofa

    Car stolen with child on sofa

    canberra August 18, 2016 06:00 Hot Recent News

    A five year old girl has experienced anxious moments in Australia when she was taken by a couple of car thieves. The child was according to Australian media in the back seat of a black BMW that was stolen Thursday for a house in a suburb of Melbourne.

  • scandalous Games

    scandalous Games

    amsterdam August 9, 2016 10:45 Hot Recent News

    The Dutch gymnast Yuri van Gelder has to leave the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after he had drunk Saturday night outside the Olympic village alcohol and only returned early in the morning. But Van Gelder is certainly not the first athlete who comes discredited during the Games. Five high-profile scandals in the games in a row.

  • Hillary on black in Melbourne

    Hillary on black in Melbourne

    melbourne August 3, 2016 12:00 Hot Recent News

    Hillary Clinton began in bikini, then gave a niqab but was eventually painted over with black paint. It's about a controversial mural on the side of a scooter shop of the artist Lushsux in the Australian city of Melbourne.

  • Super Man survives crash
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    Super Man survives crash

    melbourne July 22, 2016 12:39 Hot Recent News

    The human body is not developing fast enough to survive a car accident. To illustrate how our bodies would look like if this were the case, has built an Australian traffic organization 'Graham': the only 'man' in the world who will not kill a devastating car crash.

  • Labour Australia recognizes loss

    Labour Australia recognizes loss

    sydney July 10, 2016 06:33 Hot Recent News

    Malcolm Turnbull can presumably continue as prime minister of Australia. Although the counting of votes more than a week after the election is still in progress, has opposition Labour party now admitted that the center-right government coalition is heading for a victory.

  • Australia sells confiscated bitcoins

    Australia sells confiscated bitcoins

    melbourne May 31, 2016 07:57 Hot Recent News

    Australia will sell confiscated bitcoins. The 24 518 pieces of electronic currency to be sold in tranches of 2000 pieces. Such a block with the current exchange worth almost 900,000 euros. The entire amount of supplies the Australian government a small 11 million euros.

  • Australia seeks winner of 26 million euros

    Australia seeks winner of 26 million euros

    melbourne May 26, 2016 15:09 Hot Recent News

    It happens often that people do not let themselves heard a winning ticket, but somewhere in Australia someone walks around with a lottery ticket that is worth converted many as 26 million. The prize jackpot fell Tuesday in the famous OZ Lotto, but the box office of the lottery volunteered so far no one.

  • Dead and missing after the tragedy on Everest

    Dead and missing after the tragedy on Everest

    kathmandu May 22, 2016 19:45 Hot Recent News

    In a dramatic weekend for climbers on Mount Everest is the death toll now missing two Sunday again, two climbers from India for more than 30 hours. After the death of the Dutchman Eric Arnold (35) made from the same group of mountaineers also the 34-year-old Australian Maria Strydom living on the slopes of the highest mountain in the world.

  • Second dead on Mount Everest

    Second dead on Mount Everest

    kathmandu May 22, 2016 09:30 Hot Recent News

    The climbing expedition to the summit of Mount Everest has claimed a second victim. Last Friday, the group reached the summit of the highest mountain. The Dutchman Eric Arnold died a day later from the effects of altitude sickness. Now the expedition has claimed a second victim.

  • Missing woman began a new life

    melbourne May 17, 2016 05:28 Hot Recent News

    A lingering mystery surrounding a lost Australian after half a century solved by the police. Australian police announced Saturday what happened to the missing Janina Wojcik since Christmas Eve 1962. The married woman left her home in Altona, a suburb of Melbourne that night and told her husband that she took a vacation. He gave her three months later as missing, because nothing more was heard of her.

  • Australian recruiter IS slain in Iraq

    Australian recruiter IS slain in Iraq

    sydney May 5, 2016 06:07 Hot Recent News

    A US airstrike in Iraq has cost the lives of an Australian member of terrorist organization Islamic State (IS). The man, Neil Prakash, was suspected of recruiting jihad fighters in Australia. He called IS-sympathizers under Australian law also to commit attacks in that country and in the United States.

  • For sale: car, had an old prince

    For sale: car, had an old prince

    london March 8, 2016 15:07 Hot Recent News

    A 68 year old Aston Martin will soon be auctioned. The Lagonda convertible is estimated to be converted 580,000 euro worth. Special feature: it has been of Prince Philip and his wife Queen Elizabeth was arranged passenger.

  • 'Nepterroristen 'arrested in Australia

    'Nepterroristen 'arrested in Australia

    melbourne February 25, 2016 07:07 Hot Recent News

    Three brothers have been reported in Australia to the police after they had chased the bystanders wits with nepaanslag. The men were hoisted in traditional oriental robes and pretended they wanted to open fire from a car on unsuspecting victims.

  • Australians feast on free data

    Australians feast on free data

    melbourne February 16, 2016 10:28 Hot Recent News

    All customers of Australian telecommunications provider Telstra Sunday allowed unlimited mobile internet, as a recent attempt to make up for failure. That left the Australians say twice: in 1841 was consumed terabytes of data in a day time.

  • Father raped daughter at reunion after 20 years
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    Father raped daughter at reunion after 20 years

    melbourne February 9, 2016 20:56 Hot Recent News

    A man holding his daughter had not seen since its birth 20 years ago, raped her at their reunion in 2014. The woman had found her father after a long search and invited home, even though she knew he had been in prison because of several violent crimes.

  • 'Stop with bomkangoeroe '

    'Stop with bomkangoeroe '

    melbourne January 28, 2016 10:21 Hot Recent News

    An Australian teenager who will soon stand trial for plotting attacks, had been planning to deploy a bomkangoeroe against the police. This is clear from the indictment of the Public Prosecutor against the 19-year-old Besim Sevdet Ramadan.

  • The subway without pants

    The subway without pants

    January 9, 2016 20:56 Hot Recent News

    In New York and other world cities to subway passengers Sunday again surprised by half-naked fellow travelers. For the fifteenth time held the No Pants Subway Ride. Travelers steps to the subway, dressed in winter coats, scarves, hats and gloves. The only thing missing is the wardrobe of their pants.

  • Hoverboard sets house on fire

    Hoverboard sets house on fire

    January 5, 2016 15:21 Hot Recent News

    In Melbourne, Australia is a family left homeless after a hoverboard, received as a gift cherry, caught fire during charging. The fire started in the bedroom, it spread quickly. The house has been badly damaged.

  • Researchers go kilometers deep hole drilling

    Researchers go kilometers deep hole drilling

    melbourne December 3, 2015 16:15 Hot Recent News

    A group of scientists is a gap of more than five kilometers of drilling into the mantle, the layer that lies directly below the crust. The study should make it clear that our planet is made from inside, how it is formed and how the tectonic plates move.

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