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Goings on in the channel
- Following the announcement that Cisco would axe between a number of jobs globally, the local staff are unsure of the local impact.
- PC growth is up 19 per cent, according to IDC.
State of the market
- The market enjoyed a fast jump in early morning trading, but has come back down a notch to be just 4.7 points up at 11:44am.
- One Aussie dollar buys $US0.8132 and gold is up 1.21 per cent to $US948.8 an ounce. Oil is continuing its steady rise and is trading at $US64 a barrel.
- Jakarta bombings: Bodies of victims to be flown home
- Swine flu: Unborn baby dies, mother in critical condition
- The shy spaceman: What ever happened to Neil Armstrong?
- Telstra's fine fandango: Customers to be charged for paying bill - in person or by mail
- Attack of the giant jellyfish: First it was squid, now it's pink, slimy, 2.8m wide and weighs 200kg
- Ashes: Super Freddie kicks Aussies' butt
- Becks blows up: Confronts abusive fans (video)
- Mark Webber: A winner - with no Australian sponsors
- Rugby league: Parents may be banned from junior matches after man injured in fight
- NRL: Could disgraced Matthew Johns coach Newcastle?
- Tacky TV team: Chaser's judgement off again
- Little Birdy: Theatre tour, new album
- Masterchef: Greek masterpiece - George adds to classic cooking tome
- Michael Jackson: Sony starts bidding war for rehearsal film
- Beastie Boys: Adam Yaunch diagnosed with cancer
For the evening:
- In Drag me to hell Sam Raimi returns to the genesis of his filmmaking career: horror. Empire review here
- Sydney: Mostly fine. Min: 13, Max: 21
- Melbourne: Few showers. Windy. Min: 9, Max: 15
- Brisbane: Fine. Warm. Min: 12, Max: 25
- Perth: Shower or two, increasing later. Min: 8, Max: 18
- Adelaide: Windy. Showers. Min: 10, Max: 16
- Hobart: A little rain. Min: 6, Max: 11
- Canberra: A shower or two. Windy. Min: 8, Max: 14
- Darwin: Fine, mostly sunny. Min: 22, Max: 32