Monthly Archives: July 2015

Move over Toyota! Volkswagen winning global sales race

Move over Toyota! Volkswagen winning global sales race

Volkswagen has stolen Toyota’s crown to become the world’s top carmaker by sales — at least for the year so far. Data on vehicles sold by the companies during the first six months of 2015 show the German automaker nudged ...

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Australian lawyers implicate government in PNG rape case

Australian lawyers implicate government in PNG rape case

The Australian Lawyers Alliance says the Australian Government may be involved in a cover up after three guards suspected of rape left Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island. PNG Police said a local woman who worked at the asylum seeker detention ...

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Spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard granted parole

Spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard granted parole

Convicted spy for Israel Jonathan Pollard has been granted parole and will be released from an American jail on Nov. 21, his lawyer announced Tuesday. Pollard’s release — exactly 30 years after his arrest — could help ease the tensions ...

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Twitter’s Jack Dorsey: We know we must be easier to use

Twitter’s Jack Dorsey: We know we must be easier to use

Twitter’s main problem has been, in a nutshell: People who know how to use it, love it. Everyone else kind of scratches their heads. Jack Dorsey, the company’s co-founder and interim CEO, acknowledged this sentiment on Tuesday and promised he ...

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Solomons government signs major road project

Solomons government signs major road project

A landmark contract has been signed for a road project in the Solomon Islands. The Ministry of Infrastructure Development signed a $5.4 million US dollar contract with China Harbor Engineering Company, who will work in partnership with Solfish JV to ...

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Pentagon takes computer system offline

Pentagon takes computer system offline

The unclassified email network used by Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and hundreds of military and civilian personnel was taken offline over the weekend after suspicious activity was detected, the Pentagon confirmed to CNN on ...

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Trump distances himself from top aide’s rape comment

Trump distances himself from top aide’s rape comment

Donald Trump distanced himself Tuesday from comments one of his top advisers made in an explosive interview while defending the Republican presidential candidate from a decades-old rape accusation. Michael Cohen, special counsel to Trump and an executive vice president at ...

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Australian foreign minister pays tribute to Natapei

Australian foreign minister pays tribute to Natapei

The Australian foreign minister has paid tribute to the former Vanuatu prime minister Edward Natapei who died yesterday. Julie Bishop has conveyed her condolences to the government and people of Vanuatu on the passing of the eminent parliamentarian and statesman, ...

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Cook Islands official defends car purchase

Cook Islands official defends car purchase

The man organising the 50th anniversary celebrations in the Cook Islands says the spending of hundreds of thousands on VIP cars for the event is a good thing. 20 vehicles, costing nearly $US400 thousand dollars, have been bought to transport ...

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