NAB head Clyneto retire on 31 July

NAB head Clyneto retire on 31 JulyCameron Clyne, the head of the Australia Bank has announced his decision to leave the bank and retire from executive life on July 31.

Clyne is leaving the multi-million dollar job at the bank in order to be with his family. The senior banker, which is now 46 year's old, has surprised the market with the announcement of his retirement. Mr Clyne has worked as the chief executive for a period of more than five and a half years.

Boeing to cut 1000 jobs at Port Melbourne

Boeing to cut 1000 jobs at Port MelbourneUS aircraft maker, Boeing Aerostructures has said that it is planning to reduce itsat workforce Port Melbourne.

The Australian unit of the company said that it is panning cut jobs to 300 contract positions from a workforce of about 1,300 at its Port Melbourne within this year. The workers were employed on fixed-term contracts during the phase of the production of 787 and 777 composite structures. However, the company said that they will no longer require such workforce as the production of composite components for its commercial aircraft falls.

Mystery of missing Malaysia plane growing

Malaysia Airlines flight 370The mystery of the missing Malaysia Flight 370 is growing, and experts believe that it will be next to impossible to find the debris of the plane once batteries of its black box run out.

The Malaysian Airlines plane has been missing since early hours of March 8, and the batteries in a plane's black box normally expire in around 30 days. As only a few days are felt in the expiry of the black box's batteries, it will likely become almost impossible for investigators to find the debris.

Windies knock out Pak in World T20 Super-10 clash to reach semi-finals

Windies knock out Pak in World T20 Super-10 clash to reach semi-finalsSydney, Apr 2 - Defending champions West Indies have charged ahead into the semi-finals of the World Twenty20 on Tuesday with an impressive 84-run win over Pakistan in their 'must-win' Super-10 match in Dhaka.

The West Indies, who finished second behind unbeaten India in Group 2, will clash with Group 1 champions Sri Lanka in the first semi-final in Dhaka on Thursday, while India will meet South Africa at the same venue on Friday.

Raunchy clipping termed sexist, puts ADA under scanner

Raunchy clipping termed sexist, puts ADA under scannerAn Australian Dental Association has apologized wholeheartedly after boorish footage from a late-night vaudeville occasion held at its gathering was posted on the web.

The feature - accepted to have been recorded in Melbourne a year ago - was an advancement for the Australian Dental Association's national congress to be held in Brisbane in 2015.

It offered strippers performing in clothing like dental floss who rotated sexually in front of an audience before weaving themselves in rope and dangling from the roof.

India thrash Oz by 73-runs to make clean sweep in World T20 Super-10

India thrash OzSydney, Mar. 31 - India thrashed Australia with a 73 runs win in their World Twenty20 clash in Dhaka on Sunday, as they topped the group two of the Super-10s with four successive wins.

India scored 159-7 as they were sent in to bat first by Australia captain George Bailey and Australia were bowled out for a trifling 86 in 16.2 overs as Ravichandran Ashwin grabbed 4-11 helping India to a 73 run win.

Erectile dysfunction might not need blue pills

Erectile dysfunction might not need blue pillsA study demonstrates that minimal blue pills may not be the actual treatment for erectile dysfunction. Indeed, research demonstrates that the health issue may be settled as effortlessly through a healthier lifestyle.

For the study, analysts mulled over erectile dysfunction and absence of sexual yearning in 810 Australian men between 35 and 80 years of age. All members were taken into consideration for a five-year period.

Outcomes demonstrated that 31 percent of men created erectile dysfunction by the end of the study.

India sails into World T20 semis following eight-wicket win over Bangladesh

India sails into World T20 semis following eight-wicket win over BangladeshSydney, Mar 29 - India has sailed into the semi-finals of the World Twenty20 tournament following an eight-wicket victory over hosts Bangladesh in Dhaka on Friday.

Leg-spinner Amit Mishra, who was the Man of the Match in both the previous wins against Pakistan and the West Indies, continued his impressive form with 3-26 as Bangladesh was restricted to 7-138 in the Group Two match of the Super-10s.

Onset of diabetes can be quickened by Rotavirus

Onset of diabetes can be quickened by RotavirusRotavirus can quicken the development of sort 1 diabetes in kids by getting rebel insusceptible cells to ambush the pancreas, new research in mice proposes.

The discoveries could help demonstrate a connection between sort 1 diabetes autoimmunity in youngsters hereditarily inclined to the condition, says virologist Associate Professor Barbara Coulson, of the University of Melbourne.

Rotavirus is a significant reason for loose bowels in kids which, if untreated, can prompt drying out, hospitalization or even demise.

Woodside misses deadline Israeli gas project

Woodside misses deadline Israeli gas projectWoodside Petroleum, which was eyeing a stake in a natural gas project in Israel, has missed a deadline for the deal.

The company is aiming to reach a $US2.7 billion or $A2.92 billion deal for a stake in a natural gas project in middle eastern nation. The company was planning to acquire a 25 per cent stake in Leviathan project. It is required to pay an amount of $US850 million up-front but the company has not reached agreement with the Israeli government on the matter yet.

Qantas to revive frequent flyer program

Qantas to revive frequent flyer programAustralian aviation firm, Qantas has said that it has it is planning to revive its frequent flyer members.

Kids should not be given energy drinks

Kids should not be given energy drinksA petition calling for a boycott on the offer of caffeinated beverages to children has been sponsored by Australia's biggest ladies' association and specialists.

The Country Women's Association NSW and the Australian Medical Association have advocated an appeal asking the administration to boycott caffeinated beverages to those under 18 on account of its hurtful impacts.

High measures of juice in most caffeinated beverages have been indicated to cause sleep deprivation, cerebral pains, fast heart rates, anxiety, hypertension, tension and the runs, the CWA said.

HIV and hepatitis C vaccines might soon be reality

HIV and hepatitis C vaccines might soon be realityScientists have asserted to have made an achievement in HIV and hepatitis C.

Teacher Eric Gowans from the University's Discipline of Surgery, based at the Basil Hetzel Institute at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, has submitted a patent requisition for what he portrays as a generally basic however viable system to invigorate the body's resistant framework reaction, consequently serving to convey the antibody.

Botox injections into the vocal cords proven to help asthma patients

Botox injections into the vocal cords proven to help asthma patientsBotox is regularly used to smooth out wrinkles, however new research proposes it could be utilized to help asthma sufferers.

For the very first time, specialists in Australia infused Botox straightforwardly into the vocal lines of asthma patients who were battling to relax.

These patients additionally experienced a condition called vocal rope brokenness, which causes muscle fits that make breathing challenging.

Stigma linked to depression and mental health seems to shrink

Stigma linked to depression and mental health seems to shrinkSegregating and deriding state of mind towards individuals with gloom and restlessness have consistently diminished in Australia over the previous decade, as stated by another report.

The report by dejection not revenue driven, beyondblue has additionally uncovered that about two-thirds of Australians or a relative have encountered melancholy.

Aussies state that cancer tricks the body

Aussies state that cancer tricks the bodyA team of Australian researchers accept they have uncovered how tumor cells trick the figure's insusceptible framework into supposing they are safe.

Lead agent Professor Mark Smyth said that this could prompt new medications for combative propelled tumor and different maladies.

The crux of the disclosure is an enhanced understanding of how defensive white platelets, known as characteristic executioner cells, segregate between innocuous cells and malady.

Adam Scott blows chance to dethrone Woods from World No.1 rank

Adam ScottSydney, Mar. 24 - Australian golfer Adam Scott has reportedly blown his chance to claim the world No. 1 ranking as he lost the Arnold Palmer Invitational tournament.

The reigning Masters champion, who lead by seven-strokes in the third round and started the final day with a three-shot advantage, struggled to a final round four-over-par 76.

According to News. com. au, Scott, who is the first Australian to win the Masters champion, would have dethroned Tiger Woods from the first rank if he had won the tournament.

However, Scott finished at third place, two shots behind winner Matt Every, the report added. (ANI)

Rinehart secures funding for Roy Hill project

Rinehart secures funding for Roy Hill projectBillionaire Gina Rinehart has been able to secure crucial funding for her $US 10 billion Roy Hill iron ore project.

Ms Rinehart has been working for about four years to secure funding for the project after the key rail link was approved by the authorities in the country. She prooved her critics wrong and has comitted to running her own mine in the country.

Scott shrugs off sore throat to surge to 'rare' seven-shot lead at Arnold Palmer Invitational

Adam ScottSydney, Mar 22 - Australian golf ace Adam Scott has shrugged off a sore throat and chest contention to maintain his lead at 6.2 million-dollar Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida after producing yet another masterful display with a four-under-par 68 on the Bay Hill course in Orlando on Friday.

The defending Masters champion, who started the day with a three-shot cushion after an opening 62, more than doubled his advantage to surge to a rare seven-shot lead, equalling the tournament's 36-hole record by Andy Bean and Tom Watson in 1981.

India demolishes Pak by seven wickets in World T20 opener

team indiaSydney, Mar 22 - Pakistan has failed to break their World Cup jinx against arch-rivals India, which defeated them by seven wickets in their opening World Twenty20 clash on Friday in the Super-10 round at Dhaka.

Leg-spinner Amit Mishra grabbed two wickets for 22 runs in four overs while Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma gave India a flying start with a 54-run opening stand in eight overs as Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men surpassed the modest total of 7-130 with nine deliveries to spare at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium.

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