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Elephant rides to end at Angkor temple 0

Elephant rides to end at Angkor temple

Elephants that serve as tourist attractions at Cambodia’s famous Angkor temple complex are to be moved to a new home in a suitable jungle area.

Complex payroll holding back Wesfarmers payments to underpaid staff 0

Complex payroll holding back Wesfarmers payments to underpaid staff

Managing Director Rob Scott said no payments had been made yet and conceded some would be made in 2020 but they would ‘accelerate’ the process and attempt to get money owed to existing staff before Christmas.

Wanderers find a way past Fowler and Reds for opening win 0

Wanderers find a way past Fowler and Reds for opening win

Wanderers grabbed an injury-time winner over a Mary Fowler-inspired Adelaide United in round one of the W-League.

Charles celebrates 71st birthday in Mumbai 0

Charles celebrates 71st birthday in Mumbai

The Prince of Wales has received a birthday present in miniature from a group of Indian schoolchildren – bonsai fairy gardens.

Israel, militants differ on truce terms 0

Israel, militants differ on truce terms

Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad and Israel have declared a halt to hostilities across the Gaza Strip border but a lasting ceasefire appeared tenuous as they differed on terms.

Japan emperor has dinner date with goddess 0

Japan emperor has dinner date with goddess

Japanese Emperor Naruhito, dressed in pure white robes, has been ushered into a dark wooden hall by torchlight night to start his last major accession rite after becoming emperor this spring: spending the night with a goddess.

Vic county court appeals to be shorter 0

Vic county court appeals to be shorter

County Court appeals in Victoria are expected to be more efficient after state parliament on Tuesday passed laws to get rid of new hearings.

‘A monumentous moment’: refugee Behrouz Boochani lands in New Zealand 0

‘A monumentous moment’: refugee Behrouz Boochani lands in New Zealand

Kurdish-Iranian refugee and journalist Behrouz Boochani arrived in Auckland airport on Thursday night.

Four killed, 52 hurt in Baghdad protests 0

Four killed, 52 hurt in Baghdad protests

Iraqi security forces have killed at least four people and wounded more than 50 as they tried to push protesters further back to their main camp in central Baghdad, police and medical sources say.