Castle Journal - Australia

By: Nadeemy Haded Three people were killed when a tanker plane devoured a fire Thursday while fighting forest fires in the Australian mountain region, the head of the Australian New South Wales state fire service said. The fire service had previously announced that it had lost contact with the
By: Nadeemy Haded Australia evacuated people from parts of the capital, Canberra, on Wednesday, after a forest fire near the airport, with the return of intense temperatures, while ending a period of calm that lasted for a few days, while the number of uncontrolled fires in the southeast of
By: Nadeemy Haded Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison defended his leadership and his government's record on climate change, while moderate temperatures brought some hope for calm forest fires that swept through three states, killing 24 people and destroying nearly two thousand homes. Morrison faced widespread criticism for spending a
London: AAP An English cricketer whose Australian teammate allegedly raped a sleeping woman has told jurors the accused is still his best friend. England Lions and former Worcestershire batsman Joe Clarke told a court he had consensual sex with the woman before leaving her in a bedroom to be
Sydney Motorists using the M4 motorway in Sydney's west and Anzac Parade in the city's east who illegally use mobile phones while driving will from January be identified using new high-tech camera systems. Roads Minister Melinda Pavey announced on Sunday an Australian company had been selected to install the
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