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Metro Bank opens doors
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Metro Bank, Britain #8217;s first new high street lender for more than 100 years, opens its first branch to the public Thursday in a move aimed at shaking up the country #8217;s retail banking sector.
Co-founded by billionaire US businessman Vernon Hill, Metro Bank hopes to tap into public dissatisfaction with the traditional banking sector following the recent financial crisis.
The first branch is opening in central London but Metro Bank aims to have up to 250 branches in and around the city within ten years.
#8220;Everything you hate about your existing bank is what we are going to change, #8221; chairman Anthony Thomson told AFP.
#8220;Since the banking crisis, everybody #8217;s come to realise the kind of banking we #8217;re doing #8212; which is taking in deposits, making a proportion of those available as loans to customers #8212; is the way forward #8221;.
But analysts have questioned the competitiveness of the financial products being offered. Metro #8217;s instant-access savings account offers a return of 0.5 percent compared with the industry #8217;s best rate of 2.8 percent.
Its three-year fixed rate bond, meanwhile, pays three percent compared with the market leading rate of 4.3 percent.
#8220;Although they are offering all these other benefits, such as longer opening hours, one of the main things for people is a competitive interest rate, #8221; said Michelle Slade at
#8220;If they haven #8217;t got at least a reasonable rate of interest people will discount them. They are going to struggle to get market share. #8221;
Metro Bank aims to focus on customer service, with branches open long hours seven days a week except during Easter and over the Christmas and New Year holiday periods.
It will also offer a rapid account opening procedure that will issue debit and credit cards within 15 minutes.
And for dog-owning customers, branches will also provide water bowls and free doggy biscuits, the bank said. It is based on the model used for Commerce Bank in the US, which Hill founded in 1973.
Britain #8217;s previous government had called for greater competition in retail banking in the wake of the global financial crisis which led to huge multi-billion-pound bailouts of some lenders.
After the near-collapse of household names like Lloyds Banking Group, Northern Rock and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), other groups are also waiting in the wings.
Richard Branson #8217;s Virgin Money has ambitions to becoming a major British retail bank while supermarket giant Tesco appears likely to launch full banking operations in the coming years.
Indonesians rally against corruption
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Thousands of Indonesians rallied in several major cities under tight security to mark international anti-corruption day, slamming the government over a bank bailout scandal.
Protesters denounced President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono over the rescue of failed lender Bank Century, which is under parliamentary investigation after the country #8217;s top auditor found strong indications of #8220;violations #8221;.
In Makassar, the capital of South Sulawesi province, thousands of protesters clashed briefly with police who fired warning shots and water cannon after being pelted by rocks.
Photographs of Yudhoyono were torched in Palu, a city in Central Sulawesi province where up to 2,000 protesters gathered.
In the capital Jakarta, thousands rallied outside the presidential palace, which was blocked off by razor wire with hundreds of police standing guard.
Protesters urge action
Students and anti-graft activists carried banners urging the president to act. One sign read: #8220;90 per cent of law enforcers here are rotten. #8221;
#8220;We urge the president to show his commitment by giving testimony to the parliamentary inquiry team and uncover the Bank
Century scandal, #8221; one demonstrator told the crowd.
Protesters also urged Vice President Boediono and Finance Minister Sri Mulyani to resign over their roles in approving the bank rescue late last year, which the officials said was necessary to stave off economic failure.
Yudhoyono has angrily rejected accusations that some of the bailout worth 6.7 trillion rupiah ($A785.22 million) was channelled into his re-election campaign.
The president won another term in July with 60 per cent of the vote on the back of a promise to stamp out corruption.
Yudhoyono appealed late on Tuesday for people to demonstrate peacefully, saying his government was serious about tackling graft.
He previously expressed fears that unnamed forces could hijack the Jakarta rally to topple him.
Yudhoyono has also been hit by an alleged plot by police and prosecutors to frame two top officials of the Corruption Eradication Commission, considered to be one of the country #8217;s cleanest institutions.
Indonesia ranked 111 out of 180 countries on Transparency International #8217;s corruption index for 2009.p
Wilkie teams up to fight the pokies
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Independent Andrew Wilkie and Senator Nick Zenophon have teamed up to fight pokies.
The pair met in Hobart today to discuss tactics ahead of next #8217;s weeks serious negotiations over the formation of a minority government.
In a press conference today, the former intelligence chief and whistle blower reiterated that pokies were his #8216;flashpoint #8217; issue.
He suggested a that there were a number of policies, which could minimise the social harm caused by the pokies, including capping the amount that can be gambled in a machine to $150.
Mr Wilkie also pledged that if elected he would put forward legislation to protect whistle blowers.
#8220;I don #8217;t want anybody else to go through what I went through #8221;, Mr Wilkie said.
#8220;There is a serious black spot in the legislation in this country #8221;.
When quizzed about his role in the formation of a minority government Mr Wilkie said he had three options.
#8220;I can choose to side with Labor, I can chose to side with the coalition, or I can choose to side with neither. #8221;
#8220;The only way I am going to side with anyone is if I am convinced they will provide a responsible and stable government. #8221;
Prime Minister Julia Gillard will have discussions with Mr Wilkie, who appears to have won the Labor seat of Denison, in Melbourne about his role in the new parliament.
Mr Wilkie is refusing to side with the three country independent MPs who have initiated negotiations with Labor and the coalition.
The standing of the two major parties in Australia #8217;s first hung federal parliament in 70 years may become a little clearer as the counting of votes continues today.
Both sides agree that Brisbane, held by Labor #8217;s Arch Bevis, is the only seat in play nearly a week after the poll.
The Liberals #8217; Therese Gambaro has a lead of 743 with nearly 80 per cent of the vote counted, but an AAP analysis of the count indicates the final result will be much closer than that.
If Ms Gambaro wins Brisbane, the coalition will have 73 seats to Labor #8217;s 72.p
Maori language at risk of dying out
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The Maori language is in #8220;worrying decline #8221; among New Zealand #8217;s indigenous people and could die out without urgent government action to save it, a report warned Wednesday.
The Waitangi Tribunal found the government had failed to capitalise on increased interest among Maori in learning the language, known as #8220;te reo #8221;, meaning it was becoming less common among indigenous New Zealanders.
#8220;Te reo Maori is approaching a crisis point, #8221; tribunal chairman Joseph Williams said. #8220;Diminishing proportions of younger speakers mean that the older native speakers passing away are simply not being replaced. #8221;
The tribunal is an independent body set up to rule on Maori claims against the state arising from the 1840 Treaty of Waitangi, which paved the way for European colonisation of New Zealand.
Williams was examining the language issue as part of a broader case involving Maori intellectual property rights but released his findings on te reo early because he felt the problems were so pressing.
#8220;Most of the key indicators show that the language is currently going backward, #8221; he said, citing figures showing the number of children studying Maori language had fallen sharply in the past 20 years.
Williams said past government efforts to boost the language had been well-meaning but ineffective, calling for greater efforts to recruit Maori language teachers and include it on school curriculums.
He also recommended more consultation with Maori communities, which comprise about 15 percent of New Zealand #8217;s 4.4 million population.
Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples said the government was attempting to address the problem but said the fate of the language ultimately rested with Maori themselves.
#8220;Governments can #8217;t save things, #8221; he said. #8220;Governments can provide funding, programs and so on, which helps, but at the end of the day languages and culture is up to the people if they want it or don #8217;t want it. #8221;
He said it was up to Maori to ensure their children grew up learning the language.p
Cardinal admits #8216;failures #8217; over sex abuse
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An Irish cardinal has acknowledged leadership #8220;failures #8221; in the handling of Ireland #8217;s paedophile priest scandal after talks with the Pope.
#8220;There have been failures of course in our leadership, and as one of the victims #8217; daughters said, the only way we will regain that credibility is through our humiliation, #8221; said Cardinal Sean Brady, primate of all Ireland.
#8220;Tomorrow is the beginning of Lent, time of penance, and we must begin with ourselves, #8221; he told a news conference.
Explosive government investigations in Ireland revealed that one priest admitted to sexually abusing more than 100 children, while another said he had abused minors on a fortnightly basis over 25 years.
Pope Benedict faulted #8220;the failure of the Irish Church authorities for years to act effectively over cases of sexual abuse against young people, #8221; the Vatican said in a statement.
Cardinal Brady led a delegation of Irish bishops at two days of talks with the pope aimed at restoring trust in the Roman Catholic Church over the scandal.
Call for accountability
The bishops have vowed to cooperate with Irish courts investigating sexual abuse charges, the Vatican said.
Condemning what had happened, the pope called child abuse a #8220;heinous crime #8221; and a #8220;grave sin #8221;, and said Irish bishops must restore the church #8217;s #8220;spiritual and moral credibility #8221;.
But an Irish support group has slammed the Vatican talks, saying it wants action rather than words and called on the pope to visit Ireland.
#8220;The Irish people and the victims are entitled to expect firm actions from the pope, #8221; said Survivors of Child Abuse group founder John Kelly.
#8220;We are entitled to expect that the pope make those who committed crimes or covered up crimes, including bishops, be made accountable. #8221;
Delhi in unprecedented lockdown
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Delhi police on Monday took control at all Games venues, and about 175,000 paramilitary have been deployed to guard the city from terrorist strikes.
Australians have been warned the October 3-14 Games will occur in an environment of a high risk of terror attacks.
Some 80,000 Delhi police on Monday assumed management of security at Games venues in the Indian capital, parts of which remain flooded due to persistent monsoon rains.
An organising committee source said on Monday up to 1500 police would be manned at each sporting stadium for the Games, while elite commando units have been summoned to protect VIPs.
The commandos include specialist bomb disposal units on heightened alert.
Unheralded measures will also be enacted for the opening and closing ceremonies of the Games.
The source said an air space shutdown would be enforced for five hours either side of the Games ceremonies.
The only aircraft allowed into the air space around the main arena, the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, would be helicopters manned by defence and security specialists.
Organising committee officials would not comment on the massive security measures, which the source said included placement of commandos on each floor of every building in the athletes village.
A police station would also be opened inside the village to cater only for athletes and officials, the source said.
The village is to officially open on Thursday as athletes and officials from 71 commonwealth nations begin arriving for the Games.
Officers from the crack National Security Guard had been stationed around the city, and on Monday were visible outside the organising committee headquarters in central New Delhi.
The guards, armed with rifles, replaced the more common Delhi police who were stationed outside the building which also houses the Commonwealth Games Federation.
Monsoon rains continue to disrupt preparations for the Games, with much infrastructure remaining incomplete within three weeks of the opening ceremony.
New Delhi is braced for rising flood levels of the Yamuna River which bisects the city and surged four metres in height on Sunday.
The river level is expected to remain above danger levels this week as construction crews battle the wet weather to get final work completed on the 17 sporting venues.
But the Games #8217; organising committee chairman Suresh Kalmadi remained hopeful the weather would improve.
#8220;Nature has been a little problem #8230; there have been many challenges and we face up to many challenges and things will work out very fine, #8221; Kalmadi said.p
Ferguson not talking to any NRL clubs yet
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Wayward NRL star Blake Ferguson has taken a mental break from rugby league and hasn #8217;t been talking to any prospective clubs.
Ferguson is living with cousin and mentor Anthony Mundine at his Sydney home and has been training with the boxer in the hope he #8217;ll make his fighting debut in two weeks time.
However, even that #8217;s an unknown at this point.
Mundine and his October 23 opponent #8220;Sugar #8221; Shane Mosley fronted a press conference on Wednesday, with Ferguson in attendance as an unconfirmed but likely feature on the undercard.
Ferguson declined interview requests but did lift his self-imposed media ban to at least say he was enjoying time away from rugby league.
The 23-year-old was sacked by Canberra in September for repeatedly failing to show up for club commitments and has since been linked to the Sydney Roosters and Canterbury.
However, it #8217;s likely Ferguson would have to serve some kind of NRL-imposed suspension before he starts with a new club.
Mundine said there #8217;s nothing in the works at the moment, but predicted that when ready, Ferguson would have plenty of choices for a new home.
#8220;He hasn #8217;t spoken to any clubs or anything like that. He just wants to get his head right, his body right, his mind right spiritually and come back bigger and better next year, #8221; he said.
#8220;For Blakey I just want him to stay focused, stay dedicated, stay disciplined.
#8220;The best will come. He #8217;s got enough talent to choose his own club. #8221;
Mundine said he was #8220;hopeful #8221; Ferguson would fight on the undercard for his bout at the Sydney Entertainment Centre.
The 38-year-old who is looking to keep his career alive against US champion Mosley, said Ferguson had benefited from his boxing training and is showing promise as a fighter.
#8220;I #8217;m hopeful (he #8217;ll fight). He #8217;s been training with us. He #8217;s been dedicated and disciplined, he #8217;s been staying with me and I #8217;ve got him under my wing, #8221; Mundine said.
#8220;He #8217;s going to be good, he throws them alright.
#8220;We #8217;re trying to convince him but no pressure. #8221;
Bangladesh garment factory fire kills nine
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A huge fire at a garment factory on the outskirts of the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka has killed at least nine people, officials say, in the latest industrial disaster to underline the country #8217;s poor safety record.
The blaze at the Aswad Knit Composite factory in Gazipur broke out at 6pm (2300 AEDT) on Tuesday and burned overnight, engulfing a warehouse and two other buildings as firefighters struggled to bring it under control.
Dilruba Khanom, the district #8217;s chief government administrator, said emergency services were waiting until sunrise to complete their search of the factory and he feared the death toll could rise.
#8220;Fire officials have so far recovered nine bodies from the burnt factory, #8221; he told AFP in the early hours of Wednesday.
#8220;They have managed to control the fire in most parts of the factory, but the warehouse is still burning.
#8220;The bodies are charred beyond recognition. #8221;
Safety standards at Bangladesh #8217;s 4500 garment factories, where workers toil for 10-12 hours a day for low wages, are notoriously lax and fires are a common problem.
In November, a blaze at the Tazreen garment factory in Dhaka killed 111 workers, the country #8217;s worst such incident.
The government has launched an investigation. Earlier police and fire officials said the blaze started in a boiler.
Local police chief Amir Hossain told AFP it was a #8220;massive fire #8221; and 10 brigade teams had been working to put it out, but luckily most of the 3,000 people who work at the factory had left before the blaze started.
Local fire service chief M Akteruzzaman told AFP firefighters had struggled to bring the flames under control.
#8220;There is an acute shortage of water in the area, which makes the job to control the fire very difficult, #8221; he said.
Industrial accidents are common in Bangladesh, where the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in April killed 1,129 people, in the nation #8217;s worst industrial disaster.
Since then, protests over poor wages, benefits and working conditions have shaken the country #8217;s garment sector, the country #8217;s economic mainstay.
Thousands of Bangladesh garment workers walked off the job last month, blocking roads and attacking factories outside the capital and demanding a $US100 ($A106) minimum monthly wage.
Sailors parade through Sydney
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Men and women from the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) led the 4000-strong Combined Navies Parade along George Street, a day before ships that took part in the International Fleet Review start to leave.
Ships #8217; crews from countries including Indonesia, India, the United Kingdom and the United States took part in the march to the Town Hall, where they were met by Governor-General Quentin Bryce. Petty officer William Heppinger, 28, from New Jersey, was one of the sailors representing the US Navy cruiser USS Chosin in the parade.
#8220;It was fantastic, #8221; he said. #8220;It was a really good time for us because there was a lot of energy (from the crowd). #8221;
The ship #8217;s visit to Australia also allowed PO Heppinger to visit his Australian high school exchange partner, who lives in the Sydney suburb of Campbelltown, for the first time in 12 years.
The sailors were joined by RAN veterans and cadets in front of a crowd of people of all ages, many with links to the services, as a fly-past of RAN helicopters roared overhead. Peter Chapman, 72, and his wife Beverly, 71, travelled from Bathurst in NSW to see the parade because of their son, a former RAN warrant officer.
#8220;We have a son, Peter, who served in the navy for 25 years and we thought we had better come down and support them, #8221; Mr Chapman said. Prince Harry was among the many spectators who came to see the 40-strong international gathering of warships and 16 tall ships in Sydney Harbour over the past week.
The tall ships will be the first to sail out from 11am (AEDT) on Thursday to start the 2013 Sydney Auckland Tall Ships Regatta, followed on Friday by the warships from 7.30am.
Bali bombing families welcome compensation plan
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Families of Bali bombing victims have praised as noble the federal government #8217;s decision to offer compensation to victims of terrorism since the September 11 attacks.
Standing at the site of the 2002 Bali bombings alongside blast survivor Peter Hughes, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said from October 21, all Australian victims of terrorism overseas and their families can claim up to $75,000 compensation.
Survivor Glenn Cosman says Mr Abbott #8217;s pledge was an important and meaningful gesture.
#8220;Quite a few of my friends are still having operations, fixing their limbs that have been injured, #8221; he told ABC radio on Wednesday.
#8220;We have had support all the way through with regard to medical, but there #8217;s never been an actual compensation payout.
#8220;Many people have always asked that question of me #8211; what sort of compensation did you get. And the answer has always been nothing. #8221;
Mr Cosman was holidaying in Kuta with friends when a bomb tore through the Sari Club on October 12, 2002.
Mr Abbott on Wednesday wrapped up his trip to Indonesia for the APEC summit by visiting the site of the bombings, where he made the announcement.
He laid a wreath at the memorial, which marks the spot where 202 people #8211; including 88 Australians #8211; were killed in twin bomb attacks in the popular nightclub district.
#8220;They were targeted because they were citizens of a country where people are free to choose their own way of life, #8221; Mr Abbott said in a statement.
#8220;They suffered because they are Australian. #8221;
All those affected by terrorism attacks since September 10, 2001 can claim compensation, which will include victims caught up in the attacks in New York, Bali, Jakarta, London, Egypt, Mumbai and most recently Nairobi.
Georgia Lysaght, who lost her older brother Scott Lysaght in the Bali blasts, said she had always appreciated the support given to her and other families of victims by both sides of federal politics.
She said financial compensation wasn #8217;t a significant issue for her, but thought it would help others.
Ray Mavroudis, whose cousin David Mavroudis, 29, of Wagga Wagga, died in the blasts, also welcomed the news.
#8220;You never bring the victim back, unfortunately, but it #8217;s some sort of consolation to help their families get through it, #8221; he said.
Mr Mavroudis said more information should be given to families about counselling services available.
#8220;Money doesn #8217;t go that far when it comes to psychological things, #8221; he said.
#8220;Their family #8217;s lives are wrecked for the rest of their life because they #8217;ve lost a loved one. #8221;
Former Coogee Dolphins rugby league club president Albert Talarico #8211; who lost club members in the blast #8211; said he was very pleased Mr Abbott was honouring his election promise.
Mr Talarico described the compensation announcement as a noble gesture.
#8220;I #8217;m sure that the parents will take some satisfaction out of the fact that they might be able to claim some form of financial benefit, #8221; he said.
He said there were many parents who weren #8217;t able to work following the 2002 bombing.
#8220;That really caused a lot of distress and added to the pressure that they already had throughout that period of time, #8221; Mr Talarico said.
SA to push for quick decision on Holden
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The South Australian government will continue to press the federal government and Holden for a quick decision on the future of the car maker.
Premier Jay Weatherill says workers at the Adelaide factory remain in limbo while talks continue on providing ongoing support for the company.
#8220;There #8217;s a lot of workers out there and their families that are very keen to know what their future holds, #8221; the premier told reporters on Wednesday.
#8220;I will be pressing for the earliest resolution I possibly can to this matter. #8221;
Mr Weatherill had talks last week with federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane and Holden boss Mike Devereux.
Those negotiations centred on how much funding Holden requires to commit to building two new cars in Australia from 2016.
The company was promised $275 million last year but was now thought to need as much as $500 million to push ahead with its plans.
Media reports said at last week #8217;s talks Holden also told the state and federal governments it would cost as much as $600 million for the company to close Australian operations.
Mr Weatherill would not comment on what he said were confidential negotiations.
But he said he remained firmly of the view that the federal government #8217;s planned review of the car industry by the productivity commission, ahead of confirming assistance to Holden, would not provide a satisfactory outcome.
#8220;The productivity commission is likely to recommend we allocate resources to another sector and just allow an industry like this to pass into oblivion, #8221; the premier said.
#8220;That #8217;s a very worrying suggestion that the future of this industry is put in their hands without some very clear guidelines. #8221;
The federal government plans to push ahead with the review, which could take several months, though Mr Macfarlane has indicated an interim report could be available by Christmas.
Mr Weatherill said workers at Holden recently voted to revise their pay and working conditions to save the company money and did so on the basis that they needed to move quickly so that decisions on Holden #8217;s future could be finalised.
#8220;They were told it was urgent. I think they expect politicians to get on with resolving this issue on their behalf, #8221; he said.
IMF cuts China growth forecast to 7.6%
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut its 2013 growth forecast for China to 7.
6 per cent, in the latest acknowledgement of slower expansion in the world #8217;s second-biggest economy.
In its new World Economic Outlook report the Fund also reduced its prediction for next year, expecting gross domestic product (GDP) growth to come in at 7.3 per cent.
The revised 2013 forecast is marginally higher than that of the World Bank, which said on Monday it expects China to achieve the government #8217;s official target of 7.5 per cent.
China #8217;s slowing growth #8220;will affect many other economies, notably the commodity exporters among the emerging market and developing economies #8221;, the Washington-based IMF said.
The country has enjoyed decades of double-digit growth fuelled by exports and big ticket investment projects.
But it saw its slowest performance in 13 years in 2012, growing 7.7 per cent, down from 9.3 per cent in 2011 and 10.4 per cent in 2010.
Beijing #8217;s new leadership under President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang has stressed the need to retool the economy #8217;s growth model to one where private, consumer-led demand drives sustained #8211; albeit lower #8211; expansion.
Speaking at an Asia-Pacific business forum in Indonesia on Monday, Xi described the economy as being on a smooth and controlled slowdown, calling it #8220;an intended result of our own regulatory initiatives #8221;.
The IMF #8217;s new 2013 forecast is a reduction from the 7.75 per cent it predicted in May, itself a cut from 8.0 per cent. The latest 2014 estimate compares with a previous figure of 7.7 per cent.
Chinese authorities are moving away from past #8220;credit-fuelled investment #8221; policies that saw investment at near 50 per cent of GDP in 2012 and credit at almost 200 per cent, the IMF said.
#8220;Although this expansion spurred financial deepening and provided a timely global growth impulse after the Great Recession, policymakers are now reluctant to continue stimulating the economy given the risks of inefficiency, deteriorating asset quality, and financial instability, #8221; the Fund said.
The authorities were attempting #8220;to rein in the flow of credit, including through shadow banks, preferring more targeted and limited support (such as to small businesses) over widespread stimulus, #8221; it added.
#8220;These actions are consistent with their intention to move to a more balanced and sustainable growth path. #8221;
Beijing #8217;s moves to rebalance the economy #8220;may be accompanied by lower medium-term growth than achieved by China in recent decades #8221;.
However, the IMF said this was #8220;a trade-off worth making, since it is likely to usher in permanently higher living standards than under the extension of the status quo #8221;.
It added that its global forecasts are made on the assumption that #8220;Chinese authorities do not enact major stimulus and accept somewhat lower growth #8221;.
China #8217;s own outlook for this year of 7.5 per cent is the same as it predicted for last year. The government in Beijing usually announces a conservative number that it regularly surpasses.
The first half of this year saw analyst concerns about the economy spike after an expected rebound failed to materialise. In January-March growth came in at 7.7 per cent, followed by expansion of 7.5 per cent in the second quarter.
But a string of upbeat data in recent months, including strong numbers for exports and industrial output, have suggested growth for the three months through September may show renewed vigour.
Passenger praised for landing plane
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A passenger who had never flown an aircraft before has been praised for making a safe emergency landing after the pilot became ill and unable to operate the controls.
Emergency services gathered at Humberside Airport, north Lincolnshire, Tuesday evening after the passenger in the light aircraft had to land it with the help of two instructors from the ground.
Humberside Police said an investigation into what happened is under way, but it was too early to say what caused the pilot to become incapacitated.
The force said the passenger, who landed the aircraft safely, was not hurt.
A multi-agency emergency response was declared at 6.20pm as the plane, which is understood to have taken off from an airstrip 32 kilometres away, issued a mayday call as it approached the airport.
#8220;Humberside International Airport put into operation their emergency plan, #8221; an airport spokesman said.
#8220;The passenger flew over the airport a couple of times and then was talked down by two flight instructors, and the emergency services were waiting for them when he landed safely. #8221;
Although the landing was described as #8220;heavy #8221;, it was said to be normal.
Some witnesses described the plane bumping on the runway and sparks coming off the front of it.
It is thought the pair, who have yet to be named, left a small airfield at Sandtoft, near Doncaster, on a flight training day.
Roy Murray, one of the flight instructors who helped the passenger land the plane, told the BBC the passenger had no flying experience and did a #8220;remarkable job #8221;.
He said the passenger made quite a good landing in the circumstances, considering he had never flown a plane before and was #8220;flying blind #8221;.
#8220;It #8217;s a fantastic feeling, knowing I have achieved something and probably saved somebody #8217;s life, #8221; Mr Murray said.
#8220;I think without any sort of talk-down he would have just gone into the ground and that would have been the end of it. #8221;
A Humberside Police spokesman said: #8220;The passenger in the aircraft sustained no injuries. The exact condition of the pilot is not known at this time.
#8220;The police investigation is now under way. However, it is too early to speculate as to what caused the pilot to become incapacitated. #8221;
Monster truck driver charged
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The driver of a monster truck that careened into a crowd of spectators, killing nine, has been charged with manslaughter.
Chihuahua state prosecutors read the charges against Francisco Velazquez Samaniego during a hearing on Tuesday in which they also listed the names and injuries of the people killed.
#8220;He didn #8217;t meet the age and health requirements needed to be part of the show, #8221; prosecutor Gerardo Carbajal said. He didn #8217;t say what those requirements are.
Velazquez Samaniego, 51, appeared before a judge wearing a neck brace as another person died at a hospital, raising the death toll from Saturday #8217;s incident to nine. At least 80 people were hurt during the monster truck exhibition in the northern city of Chihuahua.
Velazquez Samaniego said in court that his helmet came off as the truck bounced over old cars and he lost consciousness when his head hit metal bars inside the cabin.
#8220;I was driving to one side and then I turned around and drove to the other side, my helmet came off and I hit my head and lost consciousness, #8221; he said. #8220;I wasn #8217;t conscious when the truck fell #8221; on the people.
Organisers of the event have said hundreds of people gathered without permission in the pit area of a makeshift arena in a park.
Veteran monster truck show organisers said spectators should never have been standing that close to the arena floor unprotected, regardless of the trajectory of the truck. They said properly organised shows take place in an arena with a safety zone separating spectators from the trucks, which the Chihuahua city show lacked.
Authorities have made no other arrests in the case.
Red Sox, Tigers in MLB wins
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Shane Victorino smacked an infield single to snap a seventh-inning tie and Japan #8217;s Koji Uehara posted a four-out save, sending the Red Sox to the AL championship series with a 3-1 win over Tampa.
Victorino hit the go-ahead RBI single in the top of the seventh inning on Tuesday night as the Red Sox won the first round best-of-five series three games to one.
#8220;It feels great, #8221; said Boston outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury. #8220;We played a great team. When it is time to play we grind down and we are focused. #8221;
Boston will face either the Oakland A #8217;s or the Detroit Tigers, who beat the A #8217;s 8-6 Tuesday to level their Major League Baseball series at two games a piece.
#8220;We already been scouting to see who we play next but they are two great teams, #8221; said Ellsbury.
In the other AL game Tuesday, Max Scherzer came on in relief and slumping Austin Jackson belted an RBI single as Detroit rallied to beat Oakland to force a deciding game five.
Game one winning pitcher Scherzer came out of the bullpen to escape a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the eighth and Jackson snapped his hitting slump with a tie-breaking bloop single to cap a two-run rally in the seventh that gave the Tigers the lead for good.
#8220;To be able to get out of that jam, I mean, that #8217;s something I #8217;ll never forget, #8221; said Scherzer, a 21-game winner during the regular season.
The Tigers trailed 3-0 and 4-3 in front of the crowd of 43,958 at Comerica Park but refused to give up as they set up a winner-take-all game five back on Thursday in Oakland.
Detroit #8217;s Victor Martinez also hit a game-tying leadoff home run in the seventh inning that was reviewed because a Detroit spectator reached over the railing and made contact with the ball.
Scherzer came on in relief of starting pitcher Doug Fister in the seventh inning. After Scherzer got out of his bases-loaded jam, the Tigers tacked on three runs in the bottom of the eight for some insurance.
They needed it in a drama-filled game four because Oakland made them work for the come-from-behind win.
The A #8217;s scored twice and brought the tying run to the plate in the ninth inning against Detroit closer Joaquin Benoit. A #8217;s designated hitter Seth Smith then struck out to end the three-and-half-hour game.
Right hander Fister allowed seven hits and three runs and struck out one batter in six innings of work. He won 14 games this season and had a 3.67 earned run average.
Matildas name strong side to face US
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Matildas coach Hesterine de Reus says having a full-strength side on deck to face the US in a friendly will allow her to plan out Australia #8217;s Women #8217;s Asian Cup defence.
Australia take on the US women #8217;s team on October 20 in San Antonio, Texas, with the fixture well-timed ahead of the biannual Asian Football Confederation tournament in May.
Coach de Reus is relishing the opportunity to test her side against the No.1 women #8217;s team in the world and learn more about the status of her players.
The clash with the Stars and Stripes will help de Reus finalise the balance of her Asian Cup team.
#8220;This will be the first time that I have been able to choose a squad from virtually all available players since our European tour, #8221; said de Reus.
#8220;We will be using this US tour to finalise the balance of our team as we head into a very important next 12 months of football.
#8220;It will also be good to see how our overseas-based players have progressed and whether the domestic-based players have been able to maintain their match fitness over the break.
#8220;With the United States being the top team in the world we know that they will put plenty of pressure on us. We need to be able to handle this type of pressure and find out how strong we can be against tough opposition. #8221;
The Matildas, who are currently ranked eighth in the world, are searching for their maiden win over USA with a record of two draws and 22 defeats in their 24 A-Internationals to date.
The US, now led by former long-serving Matildas coach Tom Sermanni, are two-time FIFA Women #8217;S World Cup winners and four-time Olympic champions, including last year in London.
Australia played two matches on US soil last September losing 2-1 and 6-2 despite having led in both matches.
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