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C. 11-24 Rudd: I will be prime minister for all Australia

Summary.     Click for More > Rape case ruling shocks Australia 'Terror' convict freed
Unstoppable Serena stuns Sharapova Federer sweeps to Aussie Open win PM slams Obama Iraq stance Australian admits terror charge  Prisoner David Hicks pleaded guilty before a U.S. military tribunal to a charge of providing material support to terrorists 'Ghost yacht' found  Emergency services have launched a search for the 3-man crew of a yacht found drifting off the North Queensland coast   Australia won 4th Cup over Sri Lanka  Australia lifted the cricket World Cup trophy for a 3rd successive time after claiming a 53-run victory in farcial ending to a rain-shortened... Guantanamo Australian flies home Aborigines threaten tourist ban Australia detains man in terror probe Live Earth concerts kick off   24-hour global concert series to raise awareness about climate change got a traditional Aboriginal welcome UK terror plot suspect charged World 'losing fight against Aids' Australia drops terror charge Cleared doctor leaves Australia Judge overturns Haneef visa ban Bush, China's Hu tackle thorny issues Bush spars with Roh on Korean war Australian contractors kill 2 women Howard sets election date Australians vote to choose leader Rudd: I will be prime minister for all
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  Opposition leader Kevin Rudd greeted jubilant supporters, as he promised changes in environmental, education and workplace policies.    Conservative Prime Minister Howard officially conceded that the Labor Party had gained...
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Serena beats Vaidisova to final Sharapova eases past Clijsters Awesome Federer destroys Roddick Gonzalez races to Federer showdown   Unstoppable Serena stuns Sharapova  Serena Williams dramatically tore up the script, 6-1 6-2, to capture a third Australian Open crown   Federer sweeps to Aussie Open win   Roger Federer won his 3rd Australian Open and 10th Grand Slam title with a 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 6-4 win over Gonzalez   PM slams Obama Iraq stance  John Howard said that victory for Democratic Sen. in next year's presidential election would be a boon for terrorists Cheney warns on Chinese build-up Raikkonen clinches opening victory Australian admits terror charge


January 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jan.4  Sydney  Australia sweeps up Ashes
Jan.12  Sydney  Clijsters battles to title
Jan.13  Melbourne  Roddick knocks off Federer
Jan.15  Melbourne  Sharapova survives, Nadal cruises
Jan.16  Melbourne  Federer, Roddick win 2nd rounds
   Fires threaten homes
Jan.18  Melbourne  Nadal made to work on night shift
 Melbourne  Williams advances to 4th round
Jan.19  Melbourne  Composed Roddick sinks irate Safin
 Melbourne  Sharapova, Hingis advance to 4th round
Jan.20  Melbourne  Hewitt's Aussie Open dream wrecked
 Melbourne  Unseeded Safarova stuns Mauresmo
Jan.21    Flag 'ban' sparks anger
 Melbourne  Clijsters, Hingis to meet in quarters
Jan.22  Melbourne  Serena, Roddick earn spots in semis
Jan.23  Melbourne  Federer races to Roddick showdown
 Melbourne  Sharapova, Clijsters win singles
Jan.24  Melbourne  Nadal beaten by inspired Gonzalez
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Feb.23   Sydney


March 2007 ... more > Top ^
Mar.2  Washington  U.S. charges Australian aiding Taliban
Mar.11  Queensland  Rains helping cool Barrier Reef
Mar.17  Sydney  Bridge marks 75th year
Mar.18   Melbourne
Mar.24  Saint Kitts & Nevis  Hayden launches Aussies to key win
Mar.26   Guantanamo  
  Prisoner David Hicks pleaded guilty before a U.S. military tribunal to a charge of providing material support to terrorists.    The 31-year-old Muslim convert was ...
Mar.27  Melbourne  Phelps gold as world records crash Mar.28  Guantanamo  Publicist: Australian detainee may cash in Mar.29  Melbourne  Phelps smashes third world record Mar.30  Guantanamo  Hicks gets plea deal  Melbourne  Phelps takes fifth gold   Guantanamo Hicks to serve nine months' jail Mar.31   Sydney Climate change blackout  Melbourne  Phelps equals Thorpe's gold record

April 2007 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1   Melbourne Michael Phelps collect 7th gold medal
Apr.4  India  Chappell resigns as coach of India Apr.9   Australia to double Afghan force Apr.13   Howard calls for HIV migrant ban  Barbados  Aussies crush Irish to reach semis Apr.19    Drought hits food bowl   Queensland   'Ghost yacht' found
  Emergency services have launched a search for the 3-man crew of a yacht found drifting off the North Queensland coast
Apr.25   Saint Lucia Aussies in final with crushing win Apr.28   Barbados     Australia won 4th Cup over Sri Lanka
  Australia lifted the cricket World Cup trophy for a 3rd successive time after claiming a 53-run victory in farcial ending to a rain-shortened final.    Gilchrist smashed 149, the highest i...


May 2007 ... more > Top ^
May.12   Aussies pull out of Zimbabwe tour May.14    Bullied in A$1m payout May.18    Rain helps ease drought May.19     Guantanamo Australian flies home  David Hicks, convicted of supporting terrorism by a US military court, has arrived after 5 years at the US detention centre in Cuba May.24    Big Brother under fire

June 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jun.3    PM pledges climate plan Jun.8    Stormy seas push freighter aground Jun.15  Sydney  PM meets Dalai Lama to talk Tibet Jun.26     Aborigines threaten tourist ban
  The elders are threatening to ban tourists from Uluru, or Ayers Rock, over a plan to curb child sex abuse in Aboriginal communities

July 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2   Queensland   Australia detains man in terror probe   A doctor taken into custody while trying to fly out of Australia was the 8th person detained as British focused on several foreign-born doct... Jul.5    UK bomb suspect held for longer Jul.6   Sydney   Live Earth concerts kick off
  24-hour global concert series to raise awareness about climate change got a traditional Aboriginal welcome.    150 artists will be performing over 24 hours in 9 cities, including L...
Jul.12    Rio Tinto launches $38B bid for Alcan Jul.13     UK terror plot suspect charged  A 27-year-old Indian national has been charged in connection with terrorism incidents in Britain last month, Jul.15    Terror suspect won't be extradited    Bail for bomb suspect Jul.21  Sydney  Major Aids forum opens Jul.23   Sydney   World 'losing fight against Aids'  Dr Anthony Fauci, Bush's top adviser on HIV/Aids, has said at a gathering of the world's leading Aids experts, the world is losing the battl... Jul.26     Australia drops terror charge
  Top prosecutor dropped a terror charge against an Indian doctor accused of supporting failed bomb attacks on London and Scotland Jul.28     Cleared doctor leaves Australia  Mohammed Haneef, a former suspect charged in connection with the foiled terrorist bomb attacks in Britain, was free to leave Australia Jul.29    Haneef relieved 'honour restored'

August 2007 ... more > Top ^
Aug.20  Queensland  Woman killed by pet camel     Judge overturns Haneef visa ban  A court has overturned a government decision to cancel the visa of an Indian doctor charged over failed bomb attacks in the UK Aug.31  Sydney  Sydney fenced in for Apec summit

September 2007 ... more > Top ^
Sep.2   Sydney Security tight as APEC meeting started Sep.4   Sydney Howard reaffirms Iraq commitment Sep.6   Sydney     Bush, China's Hu tackle thorny issues  U.S. President's talks with Chinese President centered on Iran, China-made product recalls, global climate change and civilian religious fre... Sep.7   Sydney     Bush spars with Roh on Korean war  President Bush told South Korean President a formal end to the Korean War begins when N. Korea halts its secretive nuclear weapons program Sep.12  Cape Town  Australia are shocked by Zimbabwe Sep.18   Melbourne Abandoned girl sparks global hunt Sep.23  Japan  Stoner claims MotoGP world title

October 2007 ... more > Top ^
Oct.9   Baghdad   Australian contractors kill 2 women
  Iraq's Interior Ministry: The security convoy that fired on a car, killing two Iraqi women, was an Australian firm Oct.10   Baghdad Contractor: Workers feared bombing
Oct.13       Howard sets election date   Next federal election will be held November 24, Prime Minister announced at a news conference in Canberra Oct.24   Singapore A380 makes first passenger flight

November 2007 ... more > Top ^
Nov.14   Australians named worst emitters
Nov.18   Melbourne Phone call frees miners Nov.21   PM Howard condemns fake leaflets Nov.23     Australians vote to choose leader   Voting has begun in a general election which will decide the fate of second-longest serving prime minister, John Howard Nov.24     Rudd: I will be prime minister for all
  Opposition leader Kevin Rudd greeted jubilant supporters, as he promised changes in environmental, education and workplace policies
 Conservative Prime Minister Howard officially conceded that the Labor Party had gained a majority of seats in parliament . Rudd, 50, is the head of center-left Labor Party.
Nov.25   Rudd focuses on global warming Nov.28   Ex-rock star in Australia cabinet

December 2007 ... more > Top ^
Dec.5   Australia to be 'climate bridge'
Dec.10     Rape case ruling shocks Australia  A judge's decision not to jail 9 men guilty of raping a 10-year-old girl in an Aboriginal community has triggered outrage Dec.22   Kabul Australia vows Afghan commitment Dec.27   Solomon Islands Ex-law chief deported to Australia Dec.28     'Terror' convict freed   David Hicks sentenced by the United States for supporting terrorism has been freed from a prison, after completing his term Dec.31   Sydney Million revelers cheered fireworks


Australia to double Afghan force Australian contractors kill 2 women  Iraq's Interior Ministry: The security convoy that fired on a car, killing two Iraqi women, was an Australian firm Contractor: Workers feared bombing Climate change blackout Howard calls for HIV migrant ban 'Ghost yacht' found




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Australia, 2007 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
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Jan.16    Fires threaten homes
Mar.11  Queensland  Rains helping cool Barrier Reef
Mar.31   Sydney
Apr.13  
Apr.19    Drought hits food bowl
Apr.19   Queensland
  Emergency services have launched a search for the 3-man crew of a yacht found drifting off the North Queensland coast
May.18    Rain helps ease drought Jun.3    PM pledges climate plan Jun.8    Stormy seas push freighter aground Jul.21  Sydney  Major Aids forum opens Jul.23   Sydney World 'losing fight against Aids'  Dr Anthony Fauci, Bush's top adviser on HIV/Aids, has said at a gathering of the world's leading Aids experts, the world is losing the battl... Aug.20  Queensland  Woman killed by pet camel Nov.14   Australians named worst emitters
Nov.18   Melbourne Phone call frees miners



Australia, 2007 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2007 May.14    Bullied in A$1m payout May.24    Big Brother under fire Jun.26   Aborigines threaten tourist ban
  The elders are threatening to ban tourists from Uluru, or Ayers Rock, over a plan to curb child sex abuse in Aboriginal communities Jul.6   Sydney Live Earth concerts kick off
  24-hour global concert series to raise awareness about climate change got a traditional Aboriginal welcome.    150 artists will be performing over 24 hours in 9 cities, including L...
Jul.12    Rio Tinto launches $38B bid for Alcan Oct.24   Singapore A380 makes first passenger flight Nov.14   Australians named worst emitters Nov.28   Ex-rock star in Australia cabinet



Australia, 2007 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2007 Jan.4  Sydney  Australia sweeps up Ashes Jan.12  Sydney  Clijsters battles to title Jan.13  Melbourne  Roddick knocks off Federer Jan.15  Melbourne  Sharapova survives, Nadal cruises Jan.16  Melbourne  Federer, Roddick win 2nd rounds Jan.18  Melbourne  Nadal made to work on night shift Jan.18  Melbourne  Williams advances to 4th round Jan.19  Melbourne  Composed Roddick sinks irate Safin Jan.19  Melbourne  Sharapova, Hingis advance to 4th round Jan.20  Melbourne  Hewitt's Aussie Open dream wrecked Jan.20  Melbourne  Unseeded Safarova stuns Mauresmo Jan.21  Melbourne  Clijsters, Hingis to meet in quarters Jan.22  Melbourne  Serena, Roddick earn spots in semis Jan.23  Melbourne  Federer races to Roddick showdown Jan.23  Melbourne  Sharapova, Clijsters win singles Jan.24  Melbourne  Nadal beaten by inspired Gonzalez Jan.24   Melbourne Serena beats Vaidisova to final
Jan.24   Melbourne Sharapova eases past Clijsters Jan.25   Melbourne Awesome Federer destroys Roddick Jan.26   Melbourne Gonzalez races to Federer showdown Jan.27   Melbourne   Unstoppable Serena stuns Sharapova
  Serena Williams dramatically tore up the script, 6-1 6-2, to capture a third Australian Open crown Jan.28   Melbourne   Federer sweeps to Aussie Open win
  Roger Federer won his 3rd Australian Open and 10th Grand Slam title with a 7-6 (7-2) 6-4 6-4 win over Gonzalez Mar.18   Melbourne Raikkonen clinches opening victory Mar.24  Saint Kitts & Nevis  Hayden launches Aussies to key win Mar.27  Melbourne  Phelps gold as world records crash Mar.29  Melbourne  Phelps smashes third world record Mar.30  Melbourne  Phelps takes fifth gold Mar.31  Melbourne  Phelps equals Thorpe's gold record Apr.1   Melbourne Michael Phelps collect 7th gold medal Apr.4  India  Chappell resigns as coach of India Apr.13  Barbados  Aussies crush Irish to reach semis Apr.25   Saint Lucia Aussies in final with crushing win Apr.28   Barbados   Australia won 4th Cup over Sri Lanka
  Australia lifted the cricket World Cup trophy for a 3rd successive time after claiming a 53-run victory in farcial ending to a rain-shortened final.    Gilchrist smashed 149, the highest i...
May.12   Aussies pull out of Zimbabwe tour Sep.12  Cape Town  Australia are shocked by Zimbabwe Sep.23  Japan  Stoner claims MotoGP world title



Australia, 2007 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2007 Mar.2  Washington  U.S. charges Australian aiding Taliban Mar.26   Guantanamo Australian admits terror charge
  Prisoner David Hicks pleaded guilty before a U.S. military tribunal to a charge of providing material support to terrorists.    The 31-year-old Muslim convert was ...
Mar.30  Guantanamo  Hicks gets plea deal Mar.30   Guantanamo Hicks to serve nine months' jail May.19   Guantanamo Australian flies home  David Hicks, convicted of supporting terrorism by a US military court, has arrived after 5 years at the US detention centre in Cuba Jul.2   Queensland Australia detains man in terror probe   A doctor taken into custody while trying to fly out of Australia was the 8th person detained as British focused on several foreign-born doct... Jul.5    UK bomb suspect held for longer Jul.13   UK terror plot suspect charged  A 27-year-old Indian national has been charged in connection with terrorism incidents in Britain last month, Jul.15    Terror suspect won't be extradited Jul.15    Bail for bomb suspect Jul.26   Australia drops terror charge  Top prosecutor dropped a terror charge against an Indian doctor accused of supporting failed bomb attacks on London and Scotland Jul.28   Cleared doctor leaves Australia  Mohammed Haneef, a former suspect charged in connection with the foiled terrorist bomb attacks in Britain, was free to leave Australia Jul.29    Haneef relieved 'honour restored' Aug.20   Judge overturns Haneef visa ban  A court has overturned a government decision to cancel the visa of an Indian doctor charged over failed bomb attacks in the UK Sep.18   Melbourne Abandoned girl sparks global hunt Dec.10   Rape case ruling shocks Australia  A judge's decision not to jail 9 men guilty of raping a 10-year-old girl in an Aboriginal community has triggered outrage Dec.27   Solomon Islands Ex-law chief deported to Australia Dec.28   'Terror' convict freed   David Hicks sentenced by the United States for supporting terrorism has been freed from a prison, after completing his term



Australia, 2007 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2007 Jan.21    Flag 'ban' sparks anger Feb.11     PM slams Obama Iraq stance  John Howard said that victory for Democratic Sen. in next year's presidential election would be a boon for terrorists Feb.23   Sydney Cheney warns on Chinese build-up
Mar.17  Sydney  Bridge marks 75th year Mar.28  Guantanamo  Publicist: Australian detainee may cash in Apr.13   Howard calls for HIV migrant ban May.24    Big Brother under fire Jun.3    PM pledges climate plan Jun.15  Sydney  PM meets Dalai Lama to talk Tibet Jun.26   Aborigines threaten tourist ban  The elders are threatening to ban tourists from Uluru, or Ayers Rock, over a plan to curb child sex abuse in Aboriginal communities Jul.15    Terror suspect won't be extradited Jul.28   Cleared doctor leaves Australia  Mohammed Haneef, a former suspect charged in connection with the foiled terrorist bomb attacks in Britain, was free to leave Australia Aug.20   Judge overturns Haneef visa ban  A court has overturned a government decision to cancel the visa of an Indian doctor charged over failed bomb attacks in the UK Aug.31  Sydney  Sydney fenced in for Apec summit Sep.2   Sydney Security tight as APEC meeting started Sep.4   Sydney Howard reaffirms Iraq commitment Sep.6   Sydney   Bush, China's Hu tackle thorny issues  U.S. President's talks with Chinese President centered on Iran, China-made product recalls, global climate change and civilian religious fre... Sep.7   Sydney   Bush spars with Roh on Korean war  President Bush told South Korean President a formal end to the Korean War begins when N. Korea halts its secretive nuclear weapons program Oct.13     Howard sets election date   Next federal election will be held November 24, Prime Minister announced at a news conference in Canberra Nov.21   PM Howard condemns fake leaflets Nov.23   Australians vote to choose leader   Voting has begun in a general election which will decide the fate of second-longest serving prime minister, John Howard Nov.24   Rudd: I will be prime minister for all
  Opposition leader Kevin Rudd greeted jubilant supporters, as he promised changes in environmental, education and workplace policies
 Conservative Prime Minister Howard officially conceded that the Labor Party had gained a majority of seats in parliament . Rudd, 50, is the head of center-left Labor Party.
Nov.25   Rudd focuses on global warming Nov.28   Ex-rock star in Australia cabinet Dec.5   Australia to be 'climate bridge' Dec.22   Kabul Australia vows Afghan commitment Dec.31   Sydney Million revelers cheered fireworks