News Headlines - 30 October 2011

▽Court orders Qantas to resume flights - The Guardian
Fair Work Australia, an independent arbiter, ordered the cessation of rolling industrial action in a ruling that forces Qantas and three unions to return to the negotiating table. It also ended one of the most extraordinary acts of industrial brinkmanship of recent times, which had seen the world's second oldest airline ground its entire fleet on Saturday in apparent exasperation at union behaviour, catching the Australian government and passengers by surprise.

▽Bishop of London backs action to evict St Paul’s Cathedral protesters - Metro
The Bishop of London told protesters camped outside St Paul’s Cathedral that 'nobody wants violence’ but backed legal measures for their removal.

▽Storm Leaves More Than 2 Million Without Power - New York Times
Millions of people across the Northeast found themselves without power on Sunday after an unusual autumn storm dumped record amounts of snow.

▽Young, employed and Dutch - why man who murdered Joanna Yeates unnerved us all - Telegraph.co.uk
If “The Missing Pizza Box Murder” were an Agatha Christie mystery, Vincent Tabak would be the last character the reader suspected.
The culprit's very unlikelihood has to help explain why the Joanna Yeates case has proven so universally unnerving.

▽Japan premier weighs into Olympus row - The Guardian
In an interview with the Financial Times that represents an unusual intervention by a Japanese politician in day-to-day business affairs, Yoshihiko Noda said he feared the outcry over vast payments to little-known offshore advisers could be seen as representative of wider governance problems in the country.







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