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www.canberratimes.com.au - News Index for 19/09/2014


From business as usual to Parliament House security alert in just one night

Chinese demand underpins record growth in agriculture jobs

Agriculture leads way with record surge in jobs

Step back in time to rejoin Goonies

Teenager attempts suicide in detention

Shortlist weekly album reviews

Carol Mills plans retail revolution for Parliament's shop

Sydney man arrested in terrorist raids conspired with senior ISIL figure Mohammad Baryalei, court hears

Terror raids: 800 police, and only two men charged

Muslim community apprehension after raids leads to 'snap protest'

Targets of raids believe it is "war on Islam"

Anglican dean blames Islam for rise of Islamic State

Timeline: How the Islamic State grew to be a local threat

Terror plotters betray weakness

Hillsong Church to come under scrutiny at royal commission into child sex abuse

Who is Andrew Colvin?

Live: Anti-terrorism raids across Sydney and Brisbane

Terrorism raids carried out across Sydney, Brisbane

Ceasefire talks offer chance of lasting peace in Gaza

Man committed suicide six days after brother's unsuccessful plea for help

Struggle to rein in Japan's plans for a new 'scientific' whaling program

Explosive allegations in baby Gammy saga

Harmonie German Club boots out rebels

Sharrouf family firm shut over terror funding fears

Union fears job losses as Telstra takes over Medicare, Centrelink call centres

Police seek witnesses over death of 'little angel' girl, 8, on ride at Royal Adelaide Show

'Breast cancer gene' lawyers launch appeal to High court

Australian climber Michael Taylor dies after 300m fall from Canada's Sky Pilot Mountain

Risky business: China dumps our dirty coal

Fears grow missing boy William Tyrell may have been abducted from Kendall


Multiple fatalities, including children, feared in Florida shooting

US Secretary of State John Kerry lauds Australia's foiling of 'extravaganza of brutality'

Islamic State captures 21 villages in northern Syria as Kurds issue a call to arms

Scots vote for the future of their country in huge numbers and stay up to see the result

Thai PM apologises for bikini comment after murder of British tourists

Live: Scottish independence referendum result

Fear and hope as Sierra Leone braces for three-day Ebola lockdown

California Governor Brown declares state of emergency for northern counties as wildfires rage

British journalist John Cantlie purportedly shown in IS video

Scotland's faultlines: what the Yes and No camps think of their country's future

DNA tests clear suspects of murdering British tourists in Koh Tao, Thailand

Iran: Islamic State beheadings a concern for mankind

Time to test the ties that bind as Scotland votes on future of the Union

Dirty tricks, spies overshadow NZ election

Frank Bainimarama headed for victory in Fiji's first elections since coup in 2006

South Sudan plans to ban foreign aid workers despite fears of famine

Astronomers find tiniest galaxy ever to contain a supermassive black hole

NASA mission about to reach Mars

Gaffe-prone Joe Biden strikes again

Scottish independence vote: will Gordon Brown's speech save the Union?

Obama stresses US forces to have no 'combat mission' in Iraq

Chimpanzees may be natural born killers

North Korea draws American misfits

Obama reiterates US forces have no 'combat mission' in Iraq

Gaelic speakers will hear the result of the Scottish referendum first

Heavyweights deliver last-minute pitches to sway Scotland's vote for independence

Xi Jinping puts Chinese tourists' instant noodles on etiquette menu on overseas trip

'Every vote counts in this one': two Aussies lend a hand for Scotland's Yes vote

Scotland's future up to the undecided

13 dead after suspected Boko Haram gunmen attack college in north Nigeria's Kano


Life insurance industry next to feel ASIC blowtorch

Arrium's incoming chairman Jerry Maycock among those burnt by company's dilutive capital-raising

Arrium looks cheap on paper - if you are brave

Santos calls manufacturers to invest in onshore gas

Bitcoin goes luxe with site selling private islands, gold mines

Falling Australian dollar leaves international investors exposed

Oroton to end handbag sales for friends and family

AngloAmerican boss sees coal mines closing at a rate of one a fortnight

Arrium crashes after capital-raising

Acrux dumped on fears of tighter testosterone drug controls

Even a wharfie can swear too much, rules Fair Work Commission

Payouts for departing chief executives down 70 per cent

China coal ban to put more pressure on struggling mines

Parachutes harder to find for chief executives

Pay for Australian CEOs is down, but it's still too high

Aurizon's port and rail plan in the Pilbara under question

Dow Chemical boss warns hard times may prompt reform

Boutique fund stings $1 million out of Morgan Stanley over Orchard recapitalisation

China coal ban to rescue domestic mines

Silence speaks volumes on alleged links between Crown and Echo casinos and organised crime


Stephanie Gilmore beats Sally Fitzgibbons to triumph at surfing's Trestles

Victory sign Tunisian international

Cyclist Jens Voigt sets new hour record

Kiwis select Aussie shooter Ameliaranne Wells to take on Diamonds

Tom Burton second in Laser at sailing worlds

Everton crush Wolfsburg in Europa League

The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews allows women members after strong 'yes' vote

Mao's Last Dancer urges North Melbourne to soar ... and to land safely

Matthew Goss signs with South African cycling team MTN-Qhubeka

Daniel Ricciardo's title hopes hinge on Singapore

Canberra cyclist Alex Nicholls seeks home advantage in National Capital Tour

Given a free hand, David Gallop tackles his FFA role with zest

China's two-time major winner Li Na reportedly set to retire

Allan Border backs Haddin as stand-in captain

A-League 'not big enough': David Gallop

Unveiling my NRL team of the year

Sutherland to stay cricket boss beyond 2015

Schofield needs time to consider appeal

FFA boss David Gallop says football's ticket to the big-time depends on grassroots

Queanbeyan Bowling Club calls in administrator

Adelaide, now a not so great club

We played no role in Brenton Sanderson's sacking: Patrick Dangerfield

James Hird keeps option of suing AFL and ASADA up his sleeve

Guy McKenna under pressure to keep Gold Coast job

I wasn't knifed by players: Sanderson

Buddy Franklin as important to Sydney Swans as Tony Lockett, says Kevin Sheedy

2014 AFL finals teams: week three

Court ruling could shape James Hird's future at Essendon, says lawyer

AFL in invidious position as ASADA judgment day arrives

Brenton Sanderson not blaming Adelaide Crows players for sacking

St George Illawarra Dragons winger Brett Morris' mooted Canterbury Bulldogs deal under investigation

Refreshed David Furner back riding high with North Queensland Cowboys

How Sydney Roosters' Mitchell Pearce became the NRL's No.1 halfback

Manly Sea Eagles coach Geoff Toovey set to drop winger Jorge Taufua after high-ball blunders

Wests Tigers new board failed its first test, but restructure a smart move

Mal Meninga warns North Queensland Cowboys to keep emotions in check against Roosters

Long-time Canterbury Bulldogs fan confident of a semi-final win

Sydney Roosters hooker Jake Friend champing at bit to play NRL semi-final

Penrith Panthers fined $20,000 by NRL over concussion breach

Canterbury Bulldogs beat themselves during form slump, says fullback Sam Perrett

Round 5 NRC results, fixtures and ladder

Matt Giteau sticks with Toulon

Waratahs face tough battle defending their Super Rugby title in 2015

Wallabies' Will Genia shows he's made of sterner stuff

ACT Brumbies' Fotu Auelua gave NSW Waratahs' Will Skelton a gee-up in Super Rugby semi-final

ARU bids for 2017 Lions tour-opener

Al Baxter backs Benn Robinson on return to the Wallabies

Graham Henry says losing might be good for All Blacks

Brumbies captain Stephen Moore aims for round-one Super Rugby return against Reds

Barbarians select Nick Cummins to play against Wallabies


Engineers Australia pin oak forest competition to 'draw out creativity': Annabelle Pegrum

Boston Marathon a journey from trauma to recovery

Marathon running - it's a love-hate thing


Fortress Canberra needs reinforcement

The budget facts that Canberra isn't telling you

Migrating flak away from the minister


Here comes the bride ...

Juana Molina remembers the wildlife

Top five: critics' picks

Man About Town: Rhys Muldoon

China prosecutor approves arrest of Jackie Chan's son on drug charge

Canberra Weekender – September 19-21

Leonardo DiCaprio named UN messenger of peace for climate

Still bold, still beautiful, still going

The Wolfe Brothers perform

The Royal Melbourne Show is the closest thing we get to Disneyland

How to make the Royal Melbourne Show even better

The must-see Royal Melbourne Show bucket list

Book now for popular summer holiday events in Melbourne

A kids' guide to making the most of the Melbourne Fringe


Sunday Age quiz

Green Arrow meets William Shatner at Comic-Con Sydney

Kim Kardashian crush ruffles shoppers at Westfield Parramatta

Kim Kardashian visits Westfield Parramatta for 'consumer activation'



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