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Hopes new wing part could reveal MH370 clues: Australia

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Sydney : Australian MH370 search authorities are hopeful a wing part found in Tanzania will shed light on how the flight crashed, amid a lack of public information on debris found a year ago. As the underwater hunt far off Australia’s west coast draws to a close without any sign of the plane, there has been speculation the flight’s final ...

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MH370 captain’s simulator had Indian Ocean route: Australia

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Sydney :  Australian officials confirmed today that data recovered from a home flight simulator owned by the captain of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 showed that someone had used the device to plot a course to the southern Indian Ocean, where the missing jet is believed to have crashed. There has been confusion over exactly what was found on Capt Zaharie ...

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Australian HC call on Punjab Education Minister

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CHANDIGARH: The Australian High Commissioner Ms Harinder Sidhu called upon the Punjab Education Minister, Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema here today. The discussions which took place at Punjab Bhawan, were aimed at increasing co-operation in the educational sector between Australia and Punjab. The Education Minister briefed the Australian dignitary about the efforts being made by the Education department to help the ...

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MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIANS ENCOURAGED TO REGISTER AND DISCUSS ORGAN DONATION TO SAVE LIVES

MULTICULTURAL AUSTRALIANS ENCOURAGED TO REGISTER AND DISCUSS ORGAN DONATION TO SAVE LIVES   The Australian Government is urging Australians of all ages from multicultural backgrounds to put their good intentions about organ donation into effect by registering and sharing their decision online.   The Assistant Minister for Health, Ken Wyatt, said DonateLife Week was the perfect time for Australians of ...

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The eccentric MP who is Australia’s new powerbroker

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Sydney : A tough-talking politician with a fondness for guns and sing-a-longs has reluctantly agreed to lend his support to Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.Mr Turnbull’s Liberal-National coalition may not win the 76 seats it needs in Australia’s lower house to form a majority government and needs support from independent politicians to maintain confidence and supply.Bob Katter, the 71-year-old member ...

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