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Million dead fish cause environmental stink in Australia
As many as a million fish are believed to have died along the banks of a major river system in drought-battered eastern Australia, and the authorities warned Monday of more deaths to come.
Australia orders local governments to induct citizens on
Australia’s federal government ordered local governments to hold naturalization ceremonies for new citizens on Australia Day amid controversy over the holiday, which some claim is offensive to its indigenous people.
Glittering Aussies rescue Asian Cup campaign
Australia dominated Palestine 3-0 on Friday as the defending champion recovered from its shock opening defeat at the 2019 AFC Asian Cup and moved within sight of the last 16.
Quieroz praises Iran focus after flying start
Iran head coach Carlos Quieroz believes the impressive focus shown by his side played a major role in Monday’s 5-0 win over Yemen at the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019.
Australia to extend marine, shipbuilding cooperation with Iran
The Australian government decided to increase cooperation with Tehran in marine industries and shipbuilding irrespective of the US sanctions, announced the deputy head of Iran's Industrial Development and Renovation Organization (IDRO) on Sunday.
Holder Australia falls to shock Jordan loss in Asian Cup
Australia made the worst possible start to the defense of its AFC Asian Cup crown on Sunday as Graham Arnold’s Socceroos were handed a 1-0 defeat by unfancied Jordan.
New Year's Eve celebrations: World welcomes 2019
New Year's Eve is celebrated the world over, with fireworks and singing of traditional songs as the clock ticked down on 2018.
Australians sweltering through heat wave
Australia looks set to sweat through one of its hottest Decembers ever, the national weather bureau said on Friday, prompting fire bans, health warnings and big crowds trying to find different ways to cool off -- be it the beach, the local pool or an ice rink.
Asian champion lands in UAE, ready to defend crown
Australia, touched down in the UAE on Wednesday and immediately had a training session as it prepares to defend its coveted crown against Asia’s elite in the biggest-ever AFC Asian Cup, which will take place from January 5 to February 1, 2019.
Australia to introduce new technology for drone ‘crackdown’ at airports
Australia will introduce new surveillance technology for a ‘crackdown’ on drones next year, aviation authorities said on Monday, as concerns mount over their increasing prevalence in public areas.
Australia federal court narrows BHP's suits over Samarco disaster
The Federal Court of Australia ordered that the number of class-action lawsuits against BHP Group over a Brazilian mine collapse be narrowed to one from three.
Palestinians slam Australia’s move on Al-Quds
The Palestinian leadership on Saturday described as “irresponsible” Australia’s recognition of West Al-Quds as Israel’s capital, saying it violated international law.
OECD report warns Australia to prepare for housing market downturn
Although Australia's economy is continuing to grow and has demonstrated its resilience to shocks over the past number of decades, a new report by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on Monday warned Australia that its housing market could be a source of ‘vulnerability’.
Australia data encryption laws explained
Australia passed controversial laws designed to compel technology companies to grant police and security agencies access to encrypted messages.
Australia's Q3 growth slows to 0.3% amid weak household spending
Australia's lackluster national accounts data for the three months to September has underwhelmed economists on Wednesday, with the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) figures coming in well under market expectations.

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