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IN THE MEDIA THIS MONTH... 25 SPORT AUSTRALIA DESERVES ITS SLAM, SAYS NO.1 FAN ROGER FEDERER has strongly defended the Australian Open's grand slam status, saying the tournament should retain its position as one of the four majors for the forseeable future. Federer said the grand slam tournaments should remain as they were, and that the history of the game in Australia must be respected. He suggested history was more important than population or market size - factors which favoured China as a prospective grand slam venue. www.australianopen.com DIET THE TOP 5 FOOD TRENDS FOR 2008 IT'S THAT trend-obsessed time of year when everyone's looking back at the past year and forward to chart the likely trends of the next. Here are some picks for the fve food trends that you’ll be hearing the most about in 2008: • Probiotic: bacteria-enriched products • Backlash against bottled water • Chemical free food • Fair trade products • Lower sodium processed foods EMPLOYMENT JOB ADS SURGE AS LABOUR DEMAND STAYS STRONG THE DEMAND for labour remains strong with new fgures pointing to a surge in the number of jobs advertised in newspapers and on the internet. The latest ANZ Job Advertisements series shows the total number of jobs advertised in major metropolitan newspapers and on the internet rose by 7.1% in December - the strongest monthly increase since May 2007 - to a weekly average of 274,653. The total number of advertisements in December was 31% higher than 12 months ago. ANZ chief economist Saul Eslake said the surge in the number of job advertisements in December indicated that demand for labour remains very strong, adding that tight labour market conditions were likely to continue over the coming year. Mr Eslake said also that overall, the Australian economy had retained considerable momentum despite the effects of global fnancial market uncertainty, higher interest rates, the relatively strong Australian dollar and record oil prices. www.taste.com.au www.safoodcentre.com www.notebookmagazine.com Tennis Magazine Available at leading Newsagencies or by Subscription at www.tennismag.com.au 8 WIN 2 TICKETS FOR THE FRENCH OPEN 8
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