Sydney TV stations has this breaking news with QANTAS delivering a shocking decision and announced the grounding and cancellation of all its domestic and international flights effective Immediately. Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce announced this decision in a press conference at 5 p.m. today, 29 October 2011.
It is not good news for the Brisbane Broncos fans. Ace captain and Broncos star Darren Lockyer announced that he has pulled out of the team for the Friday night’s match against the Manly Sea Eagles. Following the advice of the Broncos medical staff and his coach, Lockyer will not play because of his smashed cheekbone injury that he sustained from their last game against the St. George Illawarra Dragons.
How easy is it for Chinese to get their piece of in Australia? Farms, houses, apartments, vineyards, and other finest piece of assets of Australia. Real estate agents spearheading campaigns in Shanghai, China dealing properties here in Australia. ” There’s better buying at the moment, the market is down” says the real estate agent. Chinese are now buying, and they are buying big. Watch this documentary by Today Tonight, at Channel 7 here in Australia.
Congratulations to Australian Samantha Stosur! She defeated Serena Williams 6-2, 6-3 in 1 hour and 23 minutes at the US Open 2011 Women’s Finals. Samantha Stosur has now hold the title as Australia’s first female grand slam singles champion in 31 years! Despite the home crowd support, Serena William cannot handle the growing confidence of Sam Stosur nailing aces and really good returns and rallies.
Is there a property plunge happening here in Australia? Here is a Channel 7 Today Tonight’s video report documentary about the state of property in major Australian Cities. This clip provides an overview of those parts of the country where property prices are at real risk of collapse.
Today Tonight reported that “Every state is being hit by the property slump. If you’re trying to sell property in Moira in Victoria, it’s taking much longer. In Kempsey NSW properties aren’t moving for on average 140 days. Harvey in Western Australia – 137 days. The South Burnett and Scenic Rim in Queensland – 136 days.”