Australia/2005

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News briefs:June 27, 2006

The time is 18:00 (UTC) on June 27th, 2006, and this is Audio Wikinews News Briefs. Contents 1 Headlines 1.1 Dung appointed Vietnam's new PM 1.2 Canterbury farmers to get aid because of snow 1.3 Australian government provides $15.8 million for North Adelaide Technical College 1.4 IPod manufacturer Foxconn broke labour laws 1.5 Drunk woman hits police car in Sydney 2 Closing statements ...

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Judge jails ‘monstrous’ London serial killer Stephen Port

Sunday, November 27, 2016 More than a year after he was first charged, a judge on Friday sentenced London serial killer Stephen Port to life imprisonment without parole for four murders and a host of poisoning and sexual offences, calling him "wicked and monstrous". Port was convicted of the murders on Wednesday. Chef Port, 41, was first charged on October 18 last year and made his first court...

‘Naked Guy’ Andrew Martinez dies

Sunday, May 21, 2006 Andrew Martinez, a former student at the University of California at Berkeley who was better known as "The Naked Guy" in the early 1990s, committed suicide on Thursday. He was 33. Guards at the Santa Clara County Jail reportedly found Martinez unconscious in a jail cell, with a plastic bag cinched around his neck, at about 11:19 p.m. Wednesday. Martinez was taken to a local...

Death toll from Brazil mudslides rises to sixty

Sunday, January 3, 2010 At least sixty people have been confirmed dead after mudslides in southeastern Brazil, mostly on Ilha Grande, caused by torrential rainfall. Rescue efforts are still continuing in the state of Rio de Janeiro for people feared to be buried under houses, which collapsed due to the deluge of mud and rain. Rescuers used shovels and heavy machinery to dig through the...

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Peter Andren, Australian MP dies aged 61

Sunday, November 4, 2007 Australian federal member of Calare, Peter Andren died on Saturday after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. He was aged 61. Mr Andren who had held the seat since being elected in 1996 had previously announced his intention to run for the senate after his electorate was changed for the 2007 federal election. After Mr Andren was diagnosed with cancer in July, he...

KKE: Interview with the Greek Communist Party

Thursday, May 13, 2010 Wikinews reporter Iain Macdonald has performed an interview with Dr Isabella Margara, a London-based member of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE). In the interview Margara sets out the communist response to current events in Greece as well as discussing the viability of a communist economy for the nation. She also hit back at Petros Tzomakas, a member of another Greek...

Neanderthals ‘knew what they were doing’: Arch├Žologist Dr Naomi Martisius discusses her findings about Neanderthals’ behaviour with Wikinews

Sunday, June 28, 2020 Last month, a study conducted by arch├Žologist Dr. Naomi Martisius and other researchers concluded Neanderthals living in Europe tens of thousands of years ago were more sophisticated than previously thought. The now-extinct species used to carefully select bones from a particular animal species to manufacture their bone tools, the research showed. The research was...