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Ancient Australia was home to 'strange' marsupial giants, scientists find
The “strange” anatomy of a family of giant marsupials that roamed eastern Australia and Tasmania for much of the past 25 million years has been revealed in a new study.
Some of Australia fires suspicious, police investigating
Police in Australia say some of the devastating wildfires that are ripping through the country’s east are suspicious of having been “purposefully started.”
Australia's economy has slowed to a decade low
Australia's economy has slowed to its most sluggish pace since 2009, when the GFC slammed the brakes on GDP growth, but the weak headline result may not stop the government announcing a budget surplus a year earlier than planned.
Drought brings clouds for Australia wheat, silver lining for Black Sea suppliers
A third straight year of drought in Australia, blighted by forecasts of below-average rains during the crucial spring growing season, means the country’s wheat crop could shrivel by 10 percent from previous forecasts, traders and industry officials say.
Australia slays Canada in Basketball World Cup 'Group of Death'
Australia drew first blood in the so-called "Group of Death" at the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup with a nail-biting 108-92 victory over Canada in China on Sunday.
Great Barrier Reef outlook now 'very poor',  Australian government review says
The outlook for the Great Barrier Reef has deteriorated from poor to very poor according to an exhaustive government report that warns the window of opportunity to improve the natural wonder’s future ‘is now’.
Australia moves to protect universities from foreign interference
Australian universities will be required to work with security agencies to ensure they guard against undue foreign interference, Minister for Education Dan Tehan said on Wednesday.
Australia recycles paper and plastics, so why does clothing end up in landfill?
The prime minister, Scott Morrison, recently announced a fund of $20 million to grow Australia’s recycling industry and a commitment to ban the export of plastic, paper, glass and tires.
Australia denies being dragged into conflict against Iran by US
Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne denied her country is being dragged into a broader conflict against Iran by Donald Trump, as it joins a US-proposed mission to keep shipping lanes open in the Middle East.
Art Gallery of South Australia presents its most expansive display of Islamic art
The Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) opened its largest and most expansive collection display of Islamic art to date on August 24.
Australia taking six years to list threatened habitats under environment laws
Australia is taking at least six years to list habitats as threatened under national environment laws, an inquiry examining the country’s extinction crisis heard.
Pacific leaders want 'neo-colonial' Australia kicked out of bloc
Influential Pacific island leaders have called for Australia to be ousted from the region's main regional grouping, criticizing Canberra's "neo-colonial" attitudes and refusal to take urgent action on climate change.
World’s smallest painting hangs in the Sunshine Coast hinterland gallery
A Sunshine Coast Queensland artist created the smallest oil painting in the world, and it has just been hung in a hinterland art gallery in Australia.
Australia should reduce emissions, coal mining: Pacific leaders
Australia should do more to reduce its carbon emissions and giving cash to countries battling climate change was not enough, Pacific island leaders said on Tuesday in a rebuke of Canberra’s latest attempt to improve ties with the region.
Australia urged to hasten renewable uptake
Australia has been urged to hasten its transition to renewable energy as climate change dominates the start of the Pacific Islands Forum.

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