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 widodo opens trade forum with australian firms
widodo opens trade forum with australian firms

Visiting Indonesian President Joko Widodo has attended a trade meeting in Sydney on his whirlwind tour. Indonesian President Joko Widodo has welcomed Australian businesses to a trade forum with a joke about working on weekends.Executives from companies including vitamin firm Blackmores, hotelier Wyndham and mining firm Fortescue attended the gathering in Sydney on Saturday, just hours after the president touched down for his two-day tour.RELATED:We won't copy the Labor movie: MinisterA Liberal frontbencher insists the party won't be distracted from the business of governing following Tony Abbott's outburst last week.Trade, terrorism talks back on track with Indonesian President in AustraliaAfter cancelling his November trip due to protests in Jakarta, Joko Widodo has touchdown in Sydney fo

widodo opens trade forum with australian firms

Visiting Indonesian President Joko Widodo has attended a trade meeting in Sydney on his whirlwind tour. Indonesian President Joko Widodo has welcomed Australian businesses to a trade forum with a joke about working on weekends.Executives from companies including vitamin firm Blackmores, hotelier Wyndham and mining firm Fortescue attended the gathering in Sydney on Saturday, just hours after the president touched down for his two-day tour.RELATED:We won't copy the Labor movie: MinisterA Liberal frontbencher insists the party won't be distracted from the business of governing following Tony Abbott's outburst last week.Trade, terrorism talks back on track with Indonesian President in AustraliaAfter cancelling his November trip due to protests in Jakarta, Joko Widodo has touchdown in Sydney fo

widodo opens trade forum with australian firms

Visiting Indonesian President Joko Widodo has attended a trade meeting in Sydney on his whirlwind tour. Indonesian President Joko Widodo has welcomed Australian businesses to a trade forum with a joke about working on weekends.Executives from companies including vitamin firm Blackmores, hotelier Wyndham and mining firm Fortescue attended the gathering in Sydney on Saturday, just hours after the president touched down for his two-day tour.RELATED:We won't copy the Labor movie: MinisterA Liberal frontbencher insists the party won't be distracted from the business of governing following Tony Abbott's outburst last week.Trade, terrorism talks back on track with Indonesian President in AustraliaAfter cancelling his November trip due to protests in Jakarta, Joko Widodo has touchdown in Sydney fo

trade and investment focus of president joko widodo's trip to australia

Indonesian President Joko Widodo's ambitious program to develop "10 new Balis" across the archipelago will be among the issues discussed with Malcolm Turnbull this weekend as most Australian tourists continue to only visit the resort island when they visit the country.Mining will also be on the agenda for talks with an Indonesian senior official pointing to the partnership between Newcrest and Indonesian mining company Aneka Tambang for copper and gold exploration in Indonesia as a "concrete example of economic cooperation".Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrives in SydneyVideo duration00:23Previous slideNext slideVideo duration02:49The Australia-Indonesia relationshipThe Australia-Indonesia relationshipA look back at the turbulent events that have shaped Australia's relationship with Ind

trade and investment focus of president joko widodo's trip to australia

Indonesian President Joko Widodo's ambitious program to develop "10 new Balis" across the archipelago will be among the issues discussed with Malcolm Turnbull this weekend as most Australian tourists continue to only visit the resort island when they visit the country.Mining will also be on the agenda for talks with an Indonesian senior official pointing to the partnership between Newcrest and Indonesian mining company Aneka Tambang for copper and gold exploration in Indonesia as a "concrete example of economic cooperation".Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrives in SydneyVideo duration00:23Previous slideNext slideVideo duration02:49The Australia-Indonesia relationshipThe Australia-Indonesia relationshipA look back at the turbulent events that have shaped Australia's relationship with Ind

george christensen's plan to stop voters drifting to pauline hanson, one nation

Queensland's most powerful backbencher says only a return to Australian values - less talk and more action on issues that matter - will keep Coalition voters from drifting to One Nation, with support for the outlier party continuing to surge in the sunshine state.George Christensen says the only way for the Coalition to stem the flow of voters to the Pauline Hanson-led party federally was to "shake it up ourselves" and "start delving into the too-hard basket".Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrives in SydneyVideo duration00:23Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:13Is George going rogue?Is George going rogue?Nationals MP George Christensen reportedly has a resignation letter penned that, if he hands in, will cause all sorts of trouble for the government.Indonesian President Joko Widodo

trade, terrorism talks back on track with indonesian president in australia

After cancelling his November trip due to protests in Jakarta, Joko Widodo has touchdown in Sydney for talks with Malcolm Turnbull, business leaders and community members. Indonesian President Joko Widodo is making his first state visit to Australia this weekend, with trade and terrorism set to top the agenda.Mr Widodo will meet with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, business leaders, and members of the Indonesian community in Sydney on his two-day trip - rescheduled after he was forced to cancel a planned visit last November.Researcher Aaron Connelly, from the Lowy Institute, describes it as the latest meeting in a "home and away" series - a system of reciprocal visits, each country taking it in turn to visit each other. "This is really the 2016 meeting that was meant to take place in Aust

trade, terrorism talks back on track with indonesian president in australia

After cancelling his November trip due to protests in Jakarta, Joko Widodo has touchdown in Sydney for talks with Malcolm Turnbull, business leaders and community members. Indonesian President Joko Widodo is making his first state visit to Australia this weekend, with trade and terrorism set to top the agenda.Mr Widodo will meet with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, business leaders, and members of the Indonesian community in Sydney on his two-day trip - rescheduled after he was forced to cancel a planned visit last November.Researcher Aaron Connelly, from the Lowy Institute, describes it as the latest meeting in a "home and away" series - a system of reciprocal visits, each country taking it in turn to visit each other. "This is really the 2016 meeting that was meant to take place in Aust

trade, terrorism talks back on track with indonesian president in australia

After cancelling his November trip due to protests in Jakarta, Joko Widodo has touchdown in Sydney for talks with Malcolm Turnbull, business leaders and community members. Indonesian President Joko Widodo is making his first state visit to Australia this weekend, with trade and terrorism set to top the agenda.Mr Widodo will meet with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, business leaders, and members of the Indonesian community in Sydney on his two-day trip - rescheduled after he was forced to cancel a planned visit last November.Researcher Aaron Connelly, from the Lowy Institute, describes it as the latest meeting in a "home and away" series - a system of reciprocal visits, each country taking it in turn to visit each other. "This is really the 2016 meeting that was meant to take place in Aust

trade, terrorism talks back on track with indonesian president in australia

After cancelling his November trip due to protests in Jakarta, Joko Widodo has touchdown in Sydney for talks with Malcolm Turnbull, business leaders and community members. Indonesian President Joko Widodo is making his first state visit to Australia this weekend, with trade and terrorism set to top the agenda.Mr Widodo will meet with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, business leaders, and members of the Indonesian community in Sydney on his two-day trip - rescheduled after he was forced to cancel a planned visit last November.Researcher Aaron Connelly, from the Lowy Institute, describes it as the latest meeting in a "home and away" series - a system of reciprocal visits, each country taking it in turn to visit each other. "This is really the 2016 meeting that was meant to take place in Aust

cats captured from canberra's cat containment suburbs on the increase

The number of cats captured from Canberra's cat containment suburbs increased last year.RSPCA ACT reported there was a more than 27 per cent jump in the number of cats found in containment suburbs brought into its shelters during 2016.Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrives in SydneyVideo duration00:23Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:53Australia to cull 2 million feral catsAustralia to cull 2 million feral catsThe federal government has pledged to reduce the nation's feral cat population by a third between now and 2020. Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrives in SydneyVideo duration00:23Video duration00:23Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrives ...Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrives in SydneySecuring a free trade agreement and the possibility of joint naval patrols in the S

wa elections: micro parties playing the majors at their own game

A group of well-disciplined micro parties might be on track to change the face of West Australian politics. There is a record number of micro parties contesting Western Australia’s March election and thanks to a preference deal they could make an impact in a tight race.Most of the micro parties are directing preferences to each other in the state’s upper house.It could lead to three being elected with just a fraction of the primary vote.The deal has been brokered by so-called preference whisperer Glenn Druery who helped get the Australian Motoring Enthusiasts Party’s Ricky Muir elected to the senate in 2013 with a primary vote of just 0.51 per cent.“Multi-party democracy is a good thing for the community and diversity of voices is a wonderful thing,” Mr Druery said.“Who wants party hacks,

ross cameron cops four-and-a-half year ban for criticising gladys berejiklian

Former federal MP and media personality Ross Cameron has copped a near-five year ban from the Liberal party for making critical public comments about new NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian.Mr Cameron, who was the Liberal MP for Parramatta until 2004, was suspended by the party's state executive for four-and-a-half years on Friday night.Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrives in SydneyVideo duration00:23Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:33Ross Cameron defends gay commentsRoss Cameron defends gay commentsFormer Liberal MP Ross Cameron has appeared on SKY NEWS to defend the comments he made about homosexuality and The Sydney Morning Herald at the Q Society fundraising dinner in Sydney. Vision: SKY NEWS.Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrives in SydneyVideo duration00:23Video duration00:2

firms play white knight to those given pink slips

Karan Choudhury  | 
New Delhi  February 24, 2017 Last Updated at 23:57 IST

firms play white knight to those given pink slips

Karan Choudhury  | 
New Delhi  February 25, 2017 Last Updated at 09:55 IST

cats captured from canberra's cat containment suburbs on the increase

The number of cats captured from Canberra's cat containment suburbs increased last year.RSPCA ACT reported there was a more than 27 per cent jump in the number of cats found in containment suburbs brought into its shelters during 2016.We have to break the cycle of abuseVideo duration03:03Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:53Australia to cull 2 million feral catsAustralia to cull 2 million feral catsThe federal government has pledged to reduce the nation's feral cat population by a third between now and 2020. We have to break the cycle of abuseVideo duration03:03Video duration03:03We have to break the cycle of abuseWe have to break the cycle of abuseIt took Laticia Gibson years to confront and to break the cycle of violence in her life, and now she wants to help others do the same. In

deepa launches political forum on jaya's birth anniversary

Press Trust of India  | 
Chennai  February 25, 2017 Last Updated at 02:05 IST

dublin adds more tech jobs, four firms create 150 new jobs

Irish Sun Friday 24th February, 2017• Canadian media tech company Pressreader will add 65 jobs• Data analytics company Looker will add 50 new positions• Automation specialists ThinkSmart to open new Irish office, ArtofUs creating 18 postsDUBLIN, Ireland - With four new firms creating at least 150 new jobs in Dublin, the Irish capital’s tech sector is set to get a further boost. First, Canadian media tech company, Pressreader announced that it was creating 65 new jobs in Dublin, where it is opening a new office.The company’s new jobs would be created in the areas of research and development, multilingual business development, sales & marketing, and business & administration.In a statement, PressReader CEO Alex Kroogman said, "Ireland is at the epicentre of innovation in Europe. It’s the Eur

big names in the line up for the 2017 australian open of surfing

Women's world surfing champion Tyler Wright and Aussie surfing superstar Julian Wilson will compete in Australia's largest lifestyle and action sports festival at Manly.The 2017 Australian Open of Surfing is a nine-day event which consists of surfing, skateboarding and BMX, and live concerts on the music stage.
Macy Callaghan, Nikki van Dijk and Felicity Palmateer get set to compete in the 2017 Australian Open of Surfing. Photo: Grant SproulePro surfer Felicity Palmateer said the event was the highest rated of its kind for men and women."It's a massive event ... all these different elements really cater for everyone," the 24-year-old said.
Macy Callaghan, Nikki van Dijk and Felicity Palmateer pose for a photo at Burwood Beach. Photo: Grant Sproule"Just to compete in my backyard is very

#mwc17 – what's in my gear bag?

As some of you know, I’m more of a writer here than a video maker, but I do like to dabble. Whenever I’m at a trade show though I like to travel light, so I tend not to overdo it when I pack: just the essentials. Here’s all the gear I brought to MWC 2017, with Amazon links if you’re interested in checking any of it out. It won’t be as fancy (or expensive) as Josh and Lanh’s kit, but it’ll give you an idea of what us mere mortals use.Camera and tripodFirst thing’s first, the camera. I use a Sony Alpha 6000 mirrorless with a 35mm f1.8 fixed prime and a 55-210mm telephoto lens for those long-range press conference shots. I love the balance a mirrorless camera strikes between quality and weight; I wouldn’t go back to a full DSLR if you paid me, full frame be darned.I have a Manfrotto MT190XPRO

jason behrendorff captures record-breaking figures in sheffield shield for weste

Western Australian fast bowler Jason Behrendorff has made a stunning return to first-class cricket by capturing the fifth-best figures in Sheffield Shield history.Behrendorff ripped through Victoria's batting line-up to take a career-best 9-37 at the WACA Ground on Saturday.
WA's Jason Behrendorff celebrates. Behrendorff's three month wait to return to domestic cricket was well worth it as he made opposition captain Cameron White's decision to bat first one to regret.The Tuggeranong junior sent down just 13.2 overs, but it was enough to claim nine scalps and roll the competition leaders for just 117.Behrendorff was blown away afterwards when made aware it was the best Shield bowling figures in 50 years."When the boys told me it was the best figures in 50 years and the second best from a

red tractor logo can play more significant role post brexit

The Red Tractor logo is something that British farming can hang its hat on as new international trade agreements are negotiated.  That’s the view of Jim Moseley, chairman of Assured Food Standards which runs the assurance scheme. Speaking at the NFU’s Conference, he said that with the huge challenge of opening up international trade destinations in light of Brexit, there is significant potential to use an established assurance scheme as a unique selling point for British food and drink. “The standards that Red Tractor food is produced to run right the way through the supply chain and are comprehensive,” he said.  “It’s something that British food can hang its hat on and use as a selling point. Markets are opening up and we should take advantage of that. Take the Asia-Pacific region as an e

sa child protection bill slammed

South Australia’s bid to toughen child protection laws has been met with fierce opposition; with critics of a new draft bill saying it won’t protect children.
It’s a bill designed to fix a system in crisis, but South Australia’s proposed new child protection laws has plenty of critics.Senior lawyers, Aboriginal advocates and the Australian Medical Association are among them.The Child and Young People (Safety) Bill is designed to implement some of the findings of the Nyland Royal Commission.Tony Rossi, President of the Law Society of South Australia, says it has missed the mark.“Not only does the bill fail to implement many of the most important reforms recommended, it introduces changes to the current system that increase the rights of the department, and at the expense of families.”Mich

trump tower opens in vancouver but the welcome isn't warm - krmg-am tulsa

In this Oct. 5, 2016 photo, a man wearing an oversized Donald Trump head protests outside the still under construction Trump International Hotel and Tower, during demonstration in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The 69-story tower has drawn praise for its sleek, twisting design.Start the conversation, or Read more at KRMG-AM Tulsa.

wa elections: micro parties playing the majors at their own game

A group of well-disciplined micro parties might be on track to change the face of West Australian politics. There is a record number of micro parties contesting Western Australia’s March election and thanks to a preference deal they could make an impact in a tight race.Most of the micro parties are directing preferences to each other in the state’s upper house.It could lead to three being elected with just a fraction of the primary vote.The deal has been brokered by so-called preference whisperer Glenn Druery who helped get the Australian Motoring Enthusiasts Party’s Ricky Muir elected to the senate in 2013 with a primary vote of just 0.51 per cent.“Multi-party democracy is a good thing for the community and diversity of voices is a wonderful thing,” Mr Druery said.“Who wants party hacks,

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