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Iran condemns Australia terrorist attack
Iran’s Foreign Ministry condemned a Friday terrorist attack in the Australian city of Melbourne where a man set a car on fire and stabbed three people, killing one.
Man quit his corporate job to travel around Australia with his cat
When Richard East decided to quit his job and travel around Australia in a sleeper van, he found an unlikely travel companion in his pet cat, Willow — and now their bond is inspiring the Internet.
Australia launches $1.5 billion Pacific fund to counter China's influence
Australia will offer Pacific countries up to A$3 billion ($2.18 billion) in grants and cheap loans to build infrastructure, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Thursday, as Canberra seeks to counter China’s rising influence in the region. Australia and China have been vying for influence in sparsely populated Pacific island countries that control vast swathes of resource-rich oceans.
Australia extends 'backpacker visas' to ease farm worker shortage
Australia announced on Monday that it was extending working holiday visas to allow young travelers to stay longer in the country to help meet a shortage of farm laborers.
'Big dry' drags on as Australia sets up drought-proof fund
Australia is setting up a billion-dollar fund to ‘future proof’ the country against droughts, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Friday, as farmers struggle with a 'big dry' forecast set to continue for months.
Australia slaps sanctions on Myanmar top brass
Australia on Tuesday slapped travel and financial sanctions on five top Myanmar military officers, accused of overseeing brutal violence against Rohingya Muslims by units under their command, following similar moves by the European Union and United States.
Australia backs hydrogen project to store renewable energy
The Australian government said on Monday it would provide half the funding for the country’s biggest trial to produce hydrogen using solar and wind energy, which could then be used as a back-up for gas supplies.
Australia gives $37-million boost to spending on youth mental health
Australia will spend an extra A$51.8 million ($37 million) on support to young people with mental health issues, the country’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday.
UN urges Australia to evacuate offshore refugees over health crisis
The United Nations has asked Australia to urgently evacuate detainees from the Pacific islands of Nauru and Papua New Guinea, saying it bears responsibility for their deteriorating health conditions.
UN urges Australia to evacuate offshore refugees over health crisis
The United Nations (UN) asked Australia to urgently evacuate detainees from the Pacific islands of Nauru and Papua New Guinea, saying it bears responsibility for their deteriorating health conditions.
Australia considers forcing new migrants to live in rural areas
The Australian government unveiled a proposal to force new migrants to live outside Sydney and Melbourne.
Australia's weather bureau sees 70 percent chance of El Niño  in 2018
A recent warming of the Pacific Ocean has led to a 70 percent chance of an El Niño weather event developing this year, Australia's Bureau of Meteorology said.
Iran 'Bomb' grabs score nom at Asia Pacific Screen Awards
Internationally celebrated Iran actor-cum-director Peyman Mo'adi's 'Bomb: A Love Story' gains a nomination for Best Original Score at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards in Australia.
Australian economy ‘strong’ despite high household debt: Treasurer
Australia's Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has played down concerns about the nation's rising household debts, saying the heaviest burdens are on those that can carry them.
Australia strawberry crisis now tastes a little sweeter for farmers
Australia's pins-in-punnets strawberry crisis prompted a spate of social-media driven hoaxes, but sites like Facebook and Twitter are also helping stir a revival in sales that has left some farmers struggling to meet resurgent demand.

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