We don't have an election winner, so what happens now?

We don't have an election winner, so what happens now?

Posted July 03, 2016 01:12:15 Photo: The outcome of the election remains unclear. (Wikimedia Commons / Alex Proimos) Election day is over and we still don’t know who won. Malcolm Turnbull says he has “every confidence” the Coalition will be able to form a majority government. But no-one can really say with certainty what the outcome will be — not even ABC election analyst Antony Green. That raises a lot of prickly questions, so let’s lay it all out. How did we get here? OK, let’s keep this simple: To…

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Carnegie Wave deploys wave monitoring buoy

Carnegie Wave deploys wave monitoring buoy

NationalBreaking News BusinessBusiness Carnegie Wave Energy has deployed and commissioned a wave monitoring buoy off the south coast of Mauritius. The project is funded through a partnership between the Australian and Mauritian governments. The purpose of this deployment is to gather data in order to quantify the wave energy resource in support of a potential CETO wave energy project in Mauritius. Such a project will be capable of producing electricity as well as desalinated water from an untapped and abundant renewable energy resource. The wave buoy will collect data for…

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Australian federal election 2016: Linda Burney makes history for Labor

Australian federal election 2016: Linda Burney makes history for Labor

Video will begin in 5 seconds. More video Recommended Replay video First indigenous female MHR Labor politician Linda Burney is set to make history, becoming the first indigenous woman to be elected to the lower house. PT0M31S620349 Labor’s Linda Burney has made the leap from state to federal politics, claiming the seat of Barton and becoming the first Indigenous woman to enter the house of representatives. Ms Burney paid tribute to the multicultural community of Barton, which was “back in the hands of Labor”, and had created history. Linda Burney and supporters after…

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Waratahs crush Sunwolves, Rebels rolled in mixed day for Aussie teams

Waratahs crush Sunwolves, Rebels rolled in mixed day for Aussie teams

Posted July 02, 2016 22:37:24 Photo: A breakaway by Rob Horne kicked off the scoring in Tokyo. (AFP: Toru Yamanaka) The New South Wales Waratahs have routed Japan’s Sunwolves and the Melbourne Rebels were dominated by the Stormers. The Waratahs hammered the Japanese newcomers 57-12 Saturday as its powerful defence prevented the Sunwolves from crossing for a try on Saturday. The Waratahs scored nine tries, including two each by winger Reece Robinson and scrum half Matt Lucas, at Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium in Tokyo, tying with the Brumbies at the…

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Bangladesh siege: Militants kill 20 hostages in Dhaka cafe before police end stand-off

Bangladesh siege: Militants kill 20 hostages in Dhaka cafe before police end stand-off

Video will begin in 5 seconds. More video Recommended Replay video Gunmen take hostages in Bangladesh Gunmen in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka take hostages at a restaurant popular with expatriates as police prepare to storm the location. PT1M14S620349 Dhaka: Militants shouting “Allahu Akbar” attacked an upscale cafe in the Bangladeshi capital, killing 20 people inside before police stormed the building on Saturday and rescued 13 hostages, officials said. The attack, claimed by Islamic State, marks a major escalation in a campaign by militants over the past 18 months that had targeted…

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