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Canada, Australia will not send athletes to Tokyo Olympics
Canada and Australia will not send athletes to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo because of the risks associated with the coronavirus outbreak, the Olympic committees for both countries said in separate statements.
Australia gov't to announce stimulus package soon
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Tuesday the government will soon announce measures to stimulate an economy hammered by the effects of the coronavirus outbreak, as the local share market came in for another turbulent session.
A rare natural phenomenon brings severe drought to Australia
By Nicky Wright, Bethany Ellis and Nerilie Abram*
Australia sues Facebook, alleges breach of user data
The Australian privacy regulator filed a lawsuit against Facebook Inc. accusing the social media giant of sharing the personal details of more than 300,000 people with political consultant Cambridge Analytica without their knowledge.
Australian economy headed for recession
Australia’s economy will record its first recession since 1991 as the hit from China’s virus-induced slowdown is amplified by slumping confidence and domestic disruptions from the outbreak intensifying Down Under, according to Bloomberg Economics’s James McIntyre.
Mine fight pits electric cars against flower
The rare Tiehm's buckwheat stands less than a foot tall (30 centimeters) in Nevada's rocky high desert, its thin, leafless stems adorned with tiny yellow flowers in spring.
Australia's newswire axed amid pressure from digital giants
Australia's only national newswire will be shuttered after 85 years of operation, with around 180 staff told Tuesday their jobs will end in June.
Australian financial regulators hold emergency call on coronavirus
Australia's financial regulators scheduled an emergency call on Monday to discuss the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters, as the country looks to reduce the risk of recession.
Climate crisis cutting short Australia's winters and extending summers
Australia’s summers are getting longer and winters have become shorter as a result of global heating, according to a new report from the Australia Institute.
Australia under 'unprecedented' threat from foreign interference: Spy chief
Australia is under an “unprecedented” threat of foreign espionage and interference, one of the country’s most senior spy chiefs said on Monday.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef shows signs of new coral bleaching
The government agency tasked with monitoring the health of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef has detected signs of heat stress in several coral regions, increasing the prospects of another major bleaching event.
'Environmental doom': The growing concern over 'eco-anxiety' in Australian kids
From extensive news coverage of climate change to social media or even living in a bushfire-affected area, there’s no escaping the grim reality which has gripped Australia over the past few months, so it’s understandable the broader community is deeply concerned about the environment.
Australia's offshore detention is ‘cruel, inhuman’: ICC prosecutor
Australia’s offshore detention regime is a “cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment” and unlawful under international law, the International Criminal Court’s prosecutor said.
Climate summit calls for urgent action after Australia's fire-hit summer
The megafires of Australia’s summer “are a harbinger of life and death on a hotter Earth”, a climate summit has said in a forceful declaration for urgent and dramatic climate action.
Australia's 'black summer' provides glimmer of hope for climate policy action
Australia’s deadly wildfires have opened up a small window of opportunity for the country to break a decade-long impasse on climate policy, as some politicians and big business push for major change.

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