News Iron ore surges 3.2pc to highest since October 2014 2016-12-07T16:01:19.000000Z Iron ore surged higher amid signs of a strengthening Chinese economy and concerns over tightening supply. Junaid Jamshed, Pakistan pop star turned cleric, feared dead in air crash 2016-12-07T15:29:00.000000Z Junaid Jamshed, a Pakistani pop star turned evangelical Muslim cleric, was on board an aircraft that crashed into a mountainside on Wednesday, a airline official told Reuters. Scores dead after earthquake hits northern Sumatra, Indonesia 2016-12-07T15:13:35.000000Z The death toll from an earthquake in Indonesia which led to the collapse of shops and houses continues to rise. PK661: Pakistan plane crashes with more than 40 people on board, police say 2016-12-07T14:47:57.000000Z A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane with has crashed after it lost contact with ground control on Wednesday, police said. Time Magazine names Donald Trump 'Person of the Year' 2016-12-07T14:47:25.000000Z Time Magazine has named US President-elect Donald Trump Person of the Year, citing the upheaval in American politics brought about by the election campaign and victory of the New York businessman. The truth is out there Mr Bogut, you just have to look 2016-12-07T13:56:23.000000Z Hey, Andrew Bogut, did you know that your footy club, Essendon, has a secret laboratory in a dank chamber underneath its Tullamarine HQ, where it not only churns out peptides by the thousands but does a nice sideline in methamphatamines, supplying bikie gangs all over the northern suburbs? Unions claim victory as 55 CUB workers return to work 2016-12-07T13:45:56.000000Z Let the beers flow: the 55 sacked CUB workers will return to work on "fair and decent union terms and conditions", after a bitter six-month dispute. VCE 2016: Year 12 students getting ATAR results days early 2016-12-07T13:45:20.000000Z Victorian students are reporting that they have already got their tertiary admission ranks online or been sent them via text message days before they are due to be released. Australian national accounts: Recession? We're not even close 2016-12-07T13:26:42.000000Z The Treasury and the Reserve Bank are likely to 'look through' the reported numbers to focus on what's happening beneath them. Former NSW premier Barry O'Farrell appointed Racing Australia's new chief executive officer 2016-12-07T13:26:12.000000Z Barry O'Farrell's appointment as Racing Australia's chief executive officer has surprised many in the industry.