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Todays Australian News

  • Divers unable to reach bodies trapped inside South Korean ferry

    Divers have been unable to reach the bodies of more victims in the South Korean ferry disaster, as angry relatives of passengers demand authorities raise the vessel.

    Twenty-nine people have been confirmed dead in the disaster, but 273 are still missing prompting loved ones to hit out at officials as hopes of finding survivors fade.

    Peering through ship windows, rescue divers spotted three bodies floating in a passenger cabin on Saturday but were unable to retrieve them, the coastguard said.

  • Huge crowds welcome Royals in Brisbane

    Thousands of people have welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Brisbane on day four of their first Australian tour.

    Prince William and wife Catherine arrived in Brisbane after earlier being welcomed to Queensland by an honour guard at the Amberley Air Force base.

    The Royals took a public stroll down Grey and Russell streets towards South Bank, where adoring fans had been lining up all day, after a reception at the nearby Brisbane Convention Centre.

    By the time Prince William and Catherine stepped out of the reception, an estimated 10,000 people were gathered to greet them.

  • MH370 search at 'critical juncture' as drone mission continues

    The current underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, focused on a tight 10-kilometre circle of the sea floor, could be completed within a week, Australian search officials say.

    Malaysia said the search was at a "very critical juncture" and asked for prayers for its success.

    A deep-sea autonomous underwater vehicle is scouring a stretch of the Indian Ocean off Perth for signs of the plane which disappeared on March 8.


Todays Australian News

  • Divers unable to reach bodies trapped inside South Korean ferry

    Divers have been unable to reach the bodies of more victims in the South Korean ferry disaster, as angry relatives of passengers demand authorities raise the vessel.

    Twenty-nine people have been confirmed dead in the disaster, but 273 are still missing prompting loved ones to hit out at officials as hopes of finding survivors fade.

    Peering through ship windows, rescue divers spotted three bodies floating in a passenger cabin on Saturday but were unable to retrieve them, the coastguard said.

  • Huge crowds welcome Royals in Brisbane

    Thousands of people have welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Brisbane on day four of their first Australian tour.

    Prince William and wife Catherine arrived in Brisbane after earlier being welcomed to Queensland by an honour guard at the Amberley Air Force base.

    The Royals took a public stroll down Grey and Russell streets towards South Bank, where adoring fans had been lining up all day, after a reception at the nearby Brisbane Convention Centre.

    By the time Prince William and Catherine stepped out of the reception, an estimated 10,000 people were gathered to greet them.

  • MH370 search at 'critical juncture' as drone mission continues

    The current underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, focused on a tight 10-kilometre circle of the sea floor, could be completed within a week, Australian search officials say.

    Malaysia said the search was at a "very critical juncture" and asked for prayers for its success.

    A deep-sea autonomous underwater vehicle is scouring a stretch of the Indian Ocean off Perth for signs of the plane which disappeared on March 8.

  • People who don't engage climate deniers 'ignorant and medieval': Brandis

    Attorney-General George Brandis says people who say the science is settled on climate change are "ignorant and medieval".

  • Climbers reconsider trek after deadly Mt Everest avalanche

    Climbers are considering whether they will continue their treks after an avalanche on Mount Everest killed at least 13 people.

  • French journalists freed 10 months after Syrian kidnapping

    linFour French journalists have been freed and are "in good health" after being held captive in Syria for almost a year.

  • Central Coast Mariners beat Adelaide United 1-0 to advance to A-League semi-finals
    The Central Coast Mariners progressed to the semi-finals of the A-League following a tight 1-0 triumph over Adelaide United.
  • 12yo girl charged over house fire

    A 12-year-old girl has been charged over an early morning fire at her house at Erina on the New South Wales central coast.

  • No comment on Bieber deportation: White House

    Troubled pop star Justin Bieber has had high-profile run-ins with the law recently, but the White House does not appear set to add to his growing catalogue of woes.

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