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Parts of the Western Australia's Pilbara coast are in lockout as a severe tropical cyclone closes in on the coast. A red alert has been issued for people in all near coastal areas between Pardoo and Whim Creek, including Port Hedland, south Hedland and Whim Creek.
The top stories from ABC News. A Category-2 tropical cyclone off Western Austrlias Kimberly coastline is continuing to travel southwest towards the Pilbara.
A strengthening tropical low is generating heavy rain and storms over WA's Kimberley.And an associated monsoon trough is also triggering heavy showers and storms over the western Top End. Hot northerly winds pushing into southeast Australia ahead of a front pushing through South Australia.
Perpetual Loyal's taken the lead as the Sydney to Hobart fleet heads towards Bass Strait. It's a neck-and-neck tussle for second place. Defending champion Wild Oats eleven has pulled ahead on Giacomo. Black Jack and Rajamuffin round out the top five.
Pope Francis has called for an end to global violence in his first Christmas day message as pontiff. Tens of thousands of pilgrims packed St Peter's Square to hear the address. The Pope also urged both sides of the Syrian conflict to allow access for humanitarian aid.
The Australian sharemarket is following Wall Street higher in a shortened day of likely verylight trade. The All Ordinaries Index is currently 0.4 of a per cent higher, asis the ASX 200 index. And the sharemarket all closed at 2:30 Australian eastern standard daylight time.
It's Prime Minister Tony Abbott who has used his Christmas message to thank those Australians who'll be spending the day away from their families. Mr.Abbott made special mention of the doctors, nurses, police officers and fire and emergency services personnel who'll be working on Christmas day. And he paid tribute to those Australians serving overseas.
Grave fears are held for a five-year-old boy missing from a beach in south Sydney. A full-scale search for the boy is resuming this morning. He was last seen swimming with his brothers at Dolls Point yesterday afternoon.
A British court has found two Muslim converts guilty of murdering soldier Lee Rigby in a brutal, unprovoked attack. Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale ran over and stabbed the Afghan war veteran near a London army Baracks in May. Adebolajo told a court he was waging a war for Allah in response to western wars.
A British court has found two Muslim converts guilty of murdering soldier Lee Rigby in a brutal, unprovoked attack. Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale ran over and stabbed the Afghan war veteran near a London army Baracks in May. Adebolajo told a court he was waging a war for Allah in response to western wars.
Labor has accused the government of fudging the budget numbers to make a case for spending cuts. Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen says the Coalition has changed its forecasting methods to suit its own political purposes.
Treasurer Joe Hockey will use today's budget update to strengthen the case for tough spending cuts. The mid-year budget update is expected to show a deficit close to 50 billion dollars for this financial year. That's 20 billion dollars more than what was forecast during the election campaign.
South Africa's first black President Nelson Mandela has been laid to rest in his ancestrial home of Qunu. He was buried in a traditional ceremony attended by family and close friends. More than 4,000 people, including many foreign dignitries and political figures, gathered to farewell the antiapartheid hero at a state funeral.
A trough in the east is generating thunderstorms in the tropics and southeast New South Wales. Unstable air behind a front is producing showers in Victoria and Tasmania. A trough in WA is causing thundery showers in the Pilberra and the Kimberley.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott will meet the South Australian and Victorian premiers in Canberra today to discuss the future of the car industry. Almost 3,000 jobs will go when Holden stops local production by 2017. Mr Abbott will announce an assistance package for workers in the coming days.
The key monthly business survey by National Australia Bank shows confidence remains below the level which it hit post-election. Conditions remain weak with employment falling sharply and forward orders remaining down. NAB says it shows the economy is seeing lackluster growth.
Holdens managing director Mike Devereux will appear before the Productivity Commission in Melbourne this morning. Now the Holden chief is not expected to reveal specific details about the carmakers future in Australia. There has been growing speculation, however, that Holden is planning to shut its Australia operations by 2016.
Police have arrested a man over a double murder in Melbournes northwest overnight. The bodies of a man and a woman were found in a house at Moonee Ponds. Three young children aged five and under were also found unharmed inside their house. Police arrested a 44-year-man in the homes driveway. He was taken to hospital with minor injuries.
The Nine Entertainment Company will launch its two-billion-dollar float on the stock exchange at mid-day. The re-capitalisation will put the company in a much stronger position after facing bankraptcy just a year ago.
A lower trough over WA is generating showers and potentially severe thunderstorms. Southwesterlies are generating occasional showers in southern Victoria and Tasmania. A low pressure system is causing thundery showers in the tropics.
Holden is refusing to comment on reports that it will stop making cars in Australia as early as 2016. Senior government ministers have told the ABC they believe the decision has in fact already been made, but the Industry Minister Ian Mcfarlane says that is not his understanding and he says talks about further government assistance are ongoing.
East Timor's international court action against Australia over the rights to lucrative oil and gas fields begins in the Hague later today. Now the case has been overshadowed by ASIO raids on the Canberra lawyer representing East Timor, and aslo on a star witness.
And talks have began in Bali to try to reach a new global trade deal. Ministers from 160 countries are thrashing out ways to simplify customs procedures.
The United Nations human rights chief says Syria's President Bashar al-Assad authorised war crimes against his own citizens. It's the first time the UN has directly implicated Mr.Assad. Navi Pillay says her office has also identified a list of people suspected of commiting war crimes in that country.
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