- What’s for lunch today?
Snack down on some juicy news bits over lunch, and keep up to date with the goings-on in the world with the ARN lunch box!
- Security distributor, M.Tech has highlighted its expansion plans going forward
- Today we saw who the top 10 outsourcers were according to IDC.
- Asus is no longer the #1 netbook vendor.
State of the market
- The markets continued their up and down trading following yesterday’s strong gains. At close of trade the S&P/ASX200 was down 3.7 points at 4450.8.
- The Aussie dollar is trading slightly lower at $US0.8250. Gold is down and selling for $US945.8 an ounce while Oil is down to $US71.4 a barrel.
- Tragedy on the Tiber: 'Very drunk' Aussie dies after pub crawl
- Exploding iPhones: More cases
- Driven to confusion: 200 fined after fake sign erected, say police
- What a blooper Microsoft apologises for changing race in photo
- War zone:Editors do battle over Wikipedia's soul
- Blame game: Brandis claims Hill responsible for military court bungle
- Hot August nights: Records set to tumble as weather simmers
- Senator Edward Kennedy: Obama farewells 'defender of a dream'
- Cricket: I've still got a lot to give, says Ponting
- Cycling: Armstrong is on his way
- NRL: Inglis waits for green light
- Golf: Singh to play Australian PGA
- Tennis: Stosur bounced from US OPen warm-up
- Football: Arsenal cruise into Champions League stages
- Football (2): Spurs smash Doncaster, Wigan hammered, Newcastle and WBA struggle though in League Cup
- Football (3): Verbeek to try new game plan
- Scarlett woman: Everybody wants to talk sex with Johansson
- Ageing in song: Pete Townshend writing new musical
- <i>Green Lantern</i>: May fly from Sydney
- A night on the tiles: The grand old lady of Scrabble
- Fashion: The cold front behind nuclear Wintour
- Food: Hot sausage rolls
For the evening:
- Hayao Miyazaki is back with Ponyo On The Cliff By The Sea – it’s sure to be worth seeing, though like the SMH review mentions, we suggest you see the Japanese-voiced and subtitled version over the English dub.
- Sydney: Fine. Mostly sunny. Min: 9, Max: 23
- Melbourne: Shower or two. Min: 10, Max: 18
- Brisbane: Fine. Min: 15, Max:31
- Perth: Few showers. Min: 7, Max: 15
- Adelaide: Rain developing. Min: 10, Max: 21
- Hobart: Mainly fine. Min: 5, Max: 12
- Canberra: Rain periods. Min: 7, Max: 18
- Darwin: Fine, partly cloudy. Min: 22, Max: 33