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Student files Climate Change lawsuit against the Australian government
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Student files Climate Change lawsuit against the Australian government

A 23-year-old law student has filed a federal lawsuit against the Australian government on Wednesday alleging that it failed to…
‘No dancing, no singing’: Australia coronavirus measures increase as surge spreads
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‘No dancing, no singing’: Australia coronavirus measures increase as surge spreads

Australia’s Victoria state on Friday reported a record daily increase in COVID-19 cases while neighbouring New South Wales said it…
Australia may follow Britain in opening door to Hong Kong people after security law
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Australia may follow Britain in opening door to Hong Kong people after security law

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison signaled on Thursday his government may follow Britain in offering visas to Hong Kong citizens…
Australia to spend additional $270 billion on defence boost over decade, PM says
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Australia to spend additional $270 billion on defence boost over decade, PM says

Australia’s prime minister on Wednesday announced 270 billion Australian dollars in additional defence spending over the next decade, which will…
South Korea’s capital eyes stronger restrictions as coronavirus cases climb
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South Korea’s capital eyes stronger restrictions as coronavirus cases climb

South Korea has reported 42 new infections of COVID-19 as infections steadily climb in the greater capital area, forcing authorities…
Australia suffers from worst recession in 30 years as coronavirus recovery begins
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Australia suffers from worst recession in 30 years as coronavirus recovery begins

Coronavirus has done to Australia what even the global financial crisis couldn’t: abruptly end a record growth run and help…
Australia, once nearly free of coronavirus, reports worst case surge in 2 months
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Australia, once nearly free of coronavirus, reports worst case surge in 2 months

Australia’s second most populous state is deploying ambulances and mobile test centres in a coronavirus testing blitz, and will use…
Australia says ‘state-based actor’ behind recent cyberattacks but won’t identify country
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Australia says ‘state-based actor’ behind recent cyberattacks but won’t identify country

A “sophisticated state-based actor” has been attempting to hack a wide range of Australian organizations for months and had stepped…
George Floyd protests: Thousands gather in Australia for Black Lives Matter rallies
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George Floyd protests: Thousands gather in Australia for Black Lives Matter rallies

Protests went ahead in support of the Black Lives Matter movement in far-flung parts of Australia on Saturday against the…
Australia prepares to reopen doors to international students in July
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Australia prepares to reopen doors to international students in July

International students are expected to begin returning to Australia next month despite Chinese warnings of coronavirus pandemic-related racism, the Australian…
Drone captures incredible footage of ‘largest green turtle gathering ever seen’
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Drone captures incredible footage of ‘largest green turtle gathering ever seen’

Nesting season in Australia has kicked off with a stunning aerial view of thousands of turtles congregating on the edge…
Australia on track to be largely rid of coronavirus by July, official says
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Australia on track to be largely rid of coronavirus by July, official says

Australia is on course to have largely eradicated the coronavirus by July, a public health official said on Wednesday, as the…
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