• Melbourne foams the attack on New Year's Eve

    melbourne November 27, 2017 21:57 Hot Recent News

    The Melbourne police think they have prevented a terrorist attack on New Year's Eve due to the arrest of a 20-year-old man. According to the Australian media, this was arrested Monday afternoon in his house Werribee, a suburb southwest of the metropolis in the state of Victoria. The investigation continues but no further arrests are expected.

  • Burglar burglars bring back Labradorpup

    victoria November 9, 2017 15:36 Hot Recent News

    Labradorpup Sasha is back with her bosses in Melbourne. The young dog was stolen by burglars last Monday. But the thieves showed repentance and surprisingly returned the hairy four-legged man.

  • Governor Texas: Rain is coming

    Governor Texas: Rain is coming

    houston August 27, 2017 21:09 Hot Recent News

    The Governor of Texas Greg Abbott said Sunday said to take into account 'much more, incredibly heavy rain.' Several regions also receive water over the next few days, as Hurricane Harvey's aftermath.

  • Tech fund for BN and soccer players
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    Tech fund for BN and soccer players

    amsterdam May 10, 2017 06:36 Hot Recent News

    In the United States, it is already the most common thing in the world that film stars and music idols act as corporate signatures in which they invest themselves. Football player Gregory van der Wiel brings this phenomenon to the Netherlands and sets up his own technology investment fund.

  • Heels Duty abolished in Canadian hospitality

    Heels Duty abolished in Canadian hospitality

    victoria April 8, 2017 05:45 Hot Recent News

    Waitresses in restaurants and bars in the Canadian state of British Columbia (BC) no longer required to wear heels. This was announced by the state Friday, reports the BBC. The Government of BC is chopping duty discriminatory and walking in heels is another unnecessarily dangerous.

  • Fire races through dry Australia

    Fire races through dry Australia

    sydney February 12, 2017 08:45 Hot Recent News

    The Australian authorities on Sunday to leave the inhabitants of five remote areas strongly advised their homes in New South Wales since the wildfires pose a growing danger. The fire rages, fanned by the winds and the extremely hot weather, the sparsely populated, very dry area. Because roads closed at risk of exclusion, it was decided to evacuate.

  • Beloved sheep again

    Beloved sheep again

    February 11, 2017 19:06 Hot Recent News

    The demand for fine wool explodes. The prices of Australian species are at top levels now gone mostly Chinese bid farewell to the synthetic clothes.

  • Burglar settles into home Australians

    Burglar settles into home Australians

    melbourne January 3, 2017 12:09 Hot Recent News

    An Australian man and woman got the shock of their lives when they discovered that a strange man had moved into their home in Donvale. The intruder had, according to Australian media dragged a bed into the living room and was sleeping when the family came home.

  • Melbourne police thwarts possible attack

    Melbourne police thwarts possible attack

    melbourne December 22, 2016 23:45 Hot Recent News

    Police in Melbourne have arrested seven men for plotting a terrorist attack. That the Victoria Police announced in Melbourne yesterday to Australian media. Five of the seven people are still in custody for further questioning.

  • Deadly asthma attacks after storm Melbourne

    Deadly asthma attacks after storm Melbourne

    melbourne November 24, 2016 11:06 Hot Recent News

    A storm this week distributed in the Australian city of Melbourne so much pollen that thousands of people with pollen allergy asthma attacks got. At least four patients deceased and three was the situation critical, as did the Ministry of Health of the state of Victoria on Thursday.

  • Australian firm for hindering traffic

    Australian firm for hindering traffic

    melbourne November 22, 2016 13:45 Hot Recent News

    Australian police have arrested a nineteen-year-old man who had brought air traffic in the southern state of Victoria at risk by interfering in radio communications between pilots and air traffic controllers. In one case had a pilot based on nepinstructies aborted a landing. The man was an other time for the pilot of a plane with engine problems.

  • Pokemon Go also loved to Haga Castle

    Pokemon Go also loved to Haga Castle

    November 22, 2016 09:36 Hot Recent News

    Although the Pokemon Go hype has now passed, the gamehit of the year still seems popular at Haga Castle in Sweden. 'The hunt is on us quite out of hand,' Prince Daniel reveals in an interview that he gave to the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.

  • 430 million to 'ruin' Buckingham Palace

    430 million to 'ruin' Buckingham Palace

    london November 18, 2016 12:54 Hot Recent News

    Urgent repairs to Buckingham Palace go in the coming years certainly 430 million cost. That is twice as much as the cost of maintaining initially estimated. The British news channel SkyNews reported Friday that it has been decided as to renovate the palace dating from 1703 that it is 'future-proof'.

  • Jack Russell by official holiday

    Jack Russell by official holiday

    melbourne October 27, 2016 09:21 Hot Recent News

    Ted and patch called gay Jack Russells Australian Minister Steve Herbert. Everyone knows the dog is now true that Herbert showed them bring a ministerial official from Melbourne to his home in Trentham, a trip of 97 kilometers.

  • Cardinal interrogated for abuse

    Cardinal interrogated for abuse

    sydney October 26, 2016 10:54 Hot Recent News

    Police in Victoria has questioned the Australian Cardinal George Pell in connection with the allegations of sexual abuse that are circulating. This happened in Rome, where the former Archbishop of Melbourne has lived since 2014. The most senior Catholic cleric of Australia is in the Vatican's main financial and economic adviser to the Pope.

  • 'Dead in earthquake Tanzania'

    'Dead in earthquake Tanzania'

    September 19, 2016 18:21 Hot Recent News

    "When an earthquake in Tanzania at least ten people died and over a hundred injured. Which has informed the Tanzanian police. The quake with a magnitude of 5.7 struck especially the northwestern Kagera region, on Lake Victoria. Also from the border regions are reports of damage."

  • Fear of walkers at night Metro London

    Fear of walkers at night Metro London

    london August 20, 2016 12:15 Hot Recent News

    Londoners were last night for the first time take the subway from their work or from the pub. After years of delay because of disagreement over the terms of the Metro staff was on the night of Friday to Saturday so far. Cleaners fear that they will get their hands on the many, often drunk, full of clubbers.

  • Also at night London Underground

    Also at night London Underground

    london August 19, 2016 12:15 Hot Recent News

    Londoners can after years of delay finally overnight taking the metro. On Fridays and Saturdays driving two lines (Central and Victoria) through the night, to the satisfaction of going public and shift workers. The lines Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly follow in the autumn.

  • Pokémonjagers disrupt holiday Swedish king

    Pokémonjagers disrupt holiday Swedish king

    July 25, 2016 08:27 Hot Recent News

    The holidays of the Swedish King Carl Gustaf on holiday island of Öland expires this year, slightly less peaceful than in previous years. Pokémonjagers are around the royal summer residence Solliden Slott masse in search of the fictional creatures.

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