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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNearly a decade in the making -- and two years behind schedule -- the world's largest jetliner made its commercial debut Thursday, flying from Singapore to Sydney with more than 450 passengers aboard. Some of them wore T-shirts that read "I did it on...
An Australian court has issued a blunt warning about the sexual predators a young driver faces in jail if he does not stop speeding, as authorities struggle to stop teenagers street racing. "You'll find big, ugly, hairy strong men (in jail) who've got...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterG'Day travelers, air fares to Down Under are on their way down. Travel between Sydney, Australia, and Los Angeles, considered one of the more popular but most expensive routes in the world, may be soon be getting more competitive for airlines and cheaper...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAdam watched as his mother and father were gunned down. Rosie was just 4 weeks old when her mother died after being caught in a trap. She almost didn't make it. Pixie lost her newborn,who suffered a broken leg, and even after she became pregnant again,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDomestic travel might be in a slump, but overseas flights are surging at Los Angeles International Airport. Foreign airlines are turning to LAX again despite crowded, aging terminals -- frequent-flier surveys often rank it among the nation's worst --...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOne of the more popular but most expensive routes in the world is getting some competition, and that means cheaper air fares for Southern California travelers. V Australia, a new airline started by British billionaire Richard Branson, said Monday that it...
And the nominees for best actor at an international summit are: President George W. Bush, Chinese President Hu Jintao and Australian Prime Minister John Howard. All are giving compelling performances in Sydney this week in the against-type role of leaders...
Tags: Heads of State, Global Warming, Death, Weather, George W. Bush
Ali Alatas Ex-foreign minister for Indonesia Ali Alatas, 76, the former Indonesian foreign minister who had the delicate task of representing his country during an often-brutal dictatorship and was once in the running to head the United Nations, died...
Times Staff WriterOpen a scant month, the long-awaited Wales Millennium Centre on wide, flat Cardiff Bay, has already been nicknamed "the Armadillo" by the cheeky Welsh. It's their answer to the Sydney Opera House in Australia, a grand new stage for the "Land of Song,"...
Tags: Wales, Personal Service, Arts, Arts and Culture, Elizabeth II
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersWhat will the celebrity hounds buzz about now? Little Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon is 4 weeks old. John F. Kennedy Jr. and Carolyn Bessette have honeymooned in Turkey. And now--with Lisa Marie Presley out of his life--the King of Pop has said "I do"...
SYDNEY, Australia - Tim Bale's dairy farm barely broke even in six years as mergers of processors and competition between supermarkets Coles and Woolworths pushed down milk prices. So 14 months ago, he decided to cut out the middleman. "The milk...
Sun SentinelA couple aboard a Carnival Cruise Lines cruise ship have gone overboard in waters off Australia, and are missing, the Miami-based cruise line confirmed in a statement Thursday. The Carnival Spirit returned to port in Sydney earlier in the day without...
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