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Australia's trade minister raises concerns about China's coal processing delays
Australia’s trade minister welcomed high-level confirmation from Beijing that there is no ban on coal exports, but has raised concern about slow processing times through some of China’s ports.
Australia says coal holdups at China ports are not a ban
Australia’s trade minister said Friday that while there might be some delays in the processing of coal shipments at Chinese ports, he has no reason to believe China is banning Australian coal.
Indigenous hunters have positive impacts on food webs in desert Australia
Australia has the highest rate of mammal extinction in the world. Resettlement of indigenous communities resulted in the spread of invasive species, the absence of human-set fires, and a general cascade in the interconnected food web that led to the largest mammalian extinction event ever recorded.
Iran-Australia trade commission set up
A trade commission of Iran and Australia was formed and experts from Australia have traveled to Tehran for the purpose, said the Australian ambassador to Iran.
US seizes record amount of meth intended for Australia
US investigators have seized almost two tons of methamphetamine and other narcotics bound for Australia, authorities in both countries said, the largest seizure of meth in US history.
Endangered parrots exported from Australia
A government MP has said it ‘beggars belief’ that more endangered Australian birds have been exported to a German organization headed by a convicted kidnapper and extortionist, after a Guardian investigation revealed there had been multiple warnings that the birds could be sold to collectors at a huge profit.
Northeast Australia hit by 'unprecedented' flooding
Over a thousand people have been evacuated from their homes as “unprecedented” flooding hits northeastern Australia.
Military steps in as Australia floods bring crocs to the streets
Australia's military has been deployed to tackle devastating "once-in-a-century" floods that have inundated homes, schools and airports in the country's northeast, forcing hundreds to flee and bringing crocodiles onto the streets.
Australia to create compensation fund for bad finance advice
The Australians government on Monday agreed to create a compensation fund for people who lost money from bad financial advice and to set rules to help drought-stricken farmers avoid bank foreclosures.
Australia: Last refugee children in Pacific camp to be moved
The last remaining refugee children detained by Australia on the remote Pacific island of Nauru are being moved to other countries, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday, following criticism of Canberra's harsh treatment of asylum-seekers.
Detained asylum seeker wins Australia's richest literary prize
Iranian-Kurdish writer Behrouz Boochani, whose debut book won both the $25,000 non-fiction prize at the Victorian premier's literary awards and the $100,000 Victorian prize for literature on Thursday night, is not allowed into Australia.
Thai court to hear Bahraini extradition request for footballer
A Thai public prosecutor on Friday submitted to a criminal court Bahrain’s extradition request for jailed footballer Hakeem al-Araibi, who fled his country amid political upheaval and has refugee status in Australia.
Hundreds of parents across Australia unaware of risks of deadly meningococcal B disease
Concerns have been raised around Australia about the potentially deadly meningococcal disease, and parents who believe their children are fully immunized despite still being vulnerable.

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