News Headlines - 11 January 2011

▽Australia floods inundate Brisbane, over 90 missing - Reuters
Thousands of residents of Australia's third-largest city evacuated homes on Wednesday as massive floods threatened to inundate the financial district, sparked panic buying of food and left authorities despairing for more than 90 people missing.

▽Arizona shooting: Security tight as Obama flies into Tucson for memorial - The Guardian
Security will be tight in Arizona tomorrow when Barack Obama flies in for a memorial service for the victims of the weekend shooting rampage.

▽Tories battle to calm Eurosceptic fears over referendum loopholes - The Guardian
Government insists there will be referendums on treaty changes and any substantial push from Brussels to usurp UK sovereignty

▽Miriam O'Reilly celebrates ageism victory against BBC - The Guardian
An "overwhelmed" Miriam O'Reilly was tonight celebrating victory over the BBC after a tribunal ruled that the corporation was guilty of ageism in axing her from its flagship rural affairs show, Countryfile.

▽T-Mobile limits customer data usage to 500MB a month - ComputerWeekly.com
From the beginning of February, the mobile operator's new Fair Use Policy (FUP) will restrict mobile video streaming and file downloads by providing 500MB a month to contract customers for email and web browsing services only.







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