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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.
Australia kills four sharks after tourist attacks
Four large sharks were killed in Australia after a woman and a 12-year-old girl were attacked at a popular Great Barrier Reef tourist spot.
Australia to start powerful public inquiry into aged-care sector
Australia will begin a public inquiry, or Royal Commission, into the country’s aged-care sector as a spike in cases of elderly abuse creates a “disturbing trend”, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday.
Man charged with Australia family murders
A young man was charged with the murder of five people including three toddlers, Australian police said on Monday, after a mass killing at a suburban home.
Australia will honor Paris climate agreement
Australian Trade Minister Simon Birmingham, has claimed the country will honor its Paris climate agreement commitments but failed to name a mechanism for emissions reduction in government policy.
Australia unveils starfish-killing robot to protect Great Barrier Reef
A robot submarine able to hunt and kill the predatory crown-of-thorns starfish devastating the Great Barrier Reef was unveiled by Australian researchers.
Australia vows to maintain ties with Iran amid US sanctions
A senior Australian official said his country is determined to maintain trade transactions with Iran despite US sanctions.
Australia bans China's Huawei from mobile network build over security fears
Australia’s government has banned major Chinese telecoms firm Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from supplying equipment for the country’s planned 5G mobile network, citing risks of foreign interference and hacking.
Australia’s prime minister faces new leadership challenge
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull faces a new leadership challenge at parliament, while also facing a cabinet crack, with at least 10 of his ministers tendering their resignations.
Australia ramps up aid to farmers as drought bites
Financial aid for drought-stricken Australian farmers will be increased to A$1.8 billion ($1.3 billion) as they endure the driest conditions in half a century, the country’s prime minister said Sunday.
'Run Rostam Run' to race in two festivals
Animated Iranian film 'Run Rostam Run' is to compete in 2018 Persian International Film Festival in Australia and Visioni Corte International Short Film Festival in Italy.
Unemployment factor in homelessness rate in Australia
Australia’s Gippsland Homelessness Network met with a number of local politicians ahead of Homelessness Week this week to discuss what can be done to assist community members who are, and are at risk of, homelessness.
Farming impact of Australia's worst drought in living memory
The worst drought in living memory is sweeping parts of eastern Australia, leaving farmers struggling to cope and asking questions about their future.
Australia announces extra $140-million aid package for drought-hit farmers
Australia on Sunday announced a A$190 million ($140.56 million) aid package for drought-afflicted farmers as much of east coast suffers the worst dry spell in living memory.
US, Australia, Japan to invest in Asia
The United States, Japan and Australia are collaborating to form an alliance that will aim to finance infrastructure projects across Asia. The partnership is a move to lower China’s influence on the Indo-Pacific region through the Chinese government’s Belt and Road initiative.

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