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Australia PM urges Pope to sack disgraced archbishop
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Thursday called on Pope Francis to sack disgraced archbishop Philip Wilson after he was convicted of covering up child sex abuse but remains employed by the church.
Australia bans foreigners from parliament internships after unease about China
Foreigners have been banned from working as interns for Australian members of parliament, a spokesman for the Senate said on Thursday, in a reform apparently aimed at blocking Chinese prying into Australian affairs.
Poisoning remains significant health problem in Australia
A new study has revealed that poisoning still presents a significant concern for the health and wellbeing of Australians.
Australia: Strong universities central to regional development
Strong regional universities are central to driving regional development and central to increasing regional prosperity — according to a new report by the Australian House of Representatives Select Committee on Regional Development and Decentralization.
Socceroos leave World Cup with loss to Peru
Australia’s hopes for a longer stay in the 2018 World Cup in Russia were have been dashed with a last-game group loss to Peru.
France claims narrow 2-1 win over Australia at FIFA World Cup
The France men’s national football team, nicknamed Les Bleus (The Blues), has achieved a last-gasp win over Australia in its first fixture at the 2018 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup in Russia.
Griezmann hits historic VAR penalty, France edges Australia
Antoine Griezmann scored the first VAR-assisted penalty awarded in the history of the World Cup as title hopefuls France battled to a 2-1 win over gutsy Australia in Kazan on Saturday.
Australia state to allow sex abuse victims to sue churches
Victims of child sex abuse will be able to sue institutions such as churches under proposed new laws in Australia's most populous state, authorities said Sunday.
Australia's special units accused of war crimes in Afghanistan
A report says Australia’s special forces have been accused of committing war crimes in Afghanistan and having a "disregard for human life" in the war-torn country.
Australia gives police new powers as terror fears grow
The Australian government has passed new security laws that will empower police to freely check the identification of individuals at airports, as Australia remains on edge over fears of terrorism.
Australia on brink of prescription painkiller epidemic
Tony is HIV positive and takes opioid medication, like fentanyl, for chronic pain relief.
Australia finds seven dead, seizes guns in rural town
Australian police found seven dead people on Friday, including four children, in a rural town in the Margaret River region, and said guns were involved in the killings.
Malaysia halts people-smuggling ship bound for Australia, New Zealand
Malaysia has arrested more than a dozen members of an alleged people trafficking syndicate after intercepting a ship carrying 127 Sri Lankan refugees believed to be bound for Australia and New Zealand, authorities have said.
One-third of Australia's threatened species are not monitored
One-third of Australia’s threatened species are not subject to any formal monitoring program and monitoring for the remaining species is largely poorly done, a review has found.

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