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Open park when families ready: Coast Mayor

Open park when families ready: Coast Mayor

Investigations are continuing into Tuesday's horrific accident on the Thunder River Rapids ride at Dreamworld on the Gold Coast. "It's just a devastating tragedy and it's still having a lot of problems for all of us to deal with it", Chairman Neil Balnaves told the meeting in Sydney .



Philippine president announces separation from US

Philippines Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez said $US13.5 billion ($17.6 billion) in deals were signed during the trip. The Philippine economic team released a similar statement , noting that "we share the oriental culture conducive to better understanding with our regional partners".


AT&T to acquire Time Warner

AT&T to acquire Time Warner

The company now lets many of its wireless customers stream from the DirecTV app on their phones without counting it against their data caps, a practice known as "zero rating". AT&T would also gain Time Warner's 10% stake in Hulu, the streaming video service. Representatives of AT&T and Time Warner declined to comment.


OPEC talks production cuts at previously unannounced meeting

OPEC talks production cuts at previously unannounced meeting

Moreover, he expressed his appreciation of the agreements on oil output freeze reached in Algeria, opening remarks, published on the official OPEC website following meeting of the High-level Committee of the Algiers Accord said. The OPEC High Committee does not decide policy but will make recommendations to the next OPEC ministerial meeting on November 30. "These were certainly positive and encouraging".


Nissan commits to United Kingdom manufacturing in Sunderland

Nissan commits to United Kingdom manufacturing in Sunderland

Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn said the manufacturer could make the decision due to "support and assurances" from the Government. Nissan is the biggest auto maker in the United Kingdom, 7000 staff producing one in three new cars built in Britain every year.



India expels Pakistani embassy staffer over espionage charge

The expulsions come as tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours are running high over their disputed territory of Kashmir. Foreign secretary S Jaishankar also summoned Pakistan envoy Abdul Basit to his office following the incident and asked him to deport the ISI agent within 48 hours.