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La Niña triggers extreme weather in Japan and Australia
Western Japan has just struggled through its coldest winter in 32 years.
Aussie GDP grows 0.4 percent in Q4, 2017
The Australian economy grew 0.4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017, fueled by the household sector but slightly lower than economic forecasts, according to figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics released on Wednesday.
Australia's solar future bright as households install record 3.5m panels
The future of Australia’s solar industry is looking bright after a record 3.5m panels were installed on rooftops last year, giving the equivalent output of a medium-sized coal-fired power station.
US 2017 economic loss bigger than Australia’s GDP
The US Treasury Department in a report announced that the world’s biggest economy lost over a trillion dollars in 2017 – a figure which experts say is clearly above the gross domestic product (GDP) of a country like Australia.
Takata airbag scandal: Australia recalls 2.3 million cars
The Australian government has ordered a compulsory recall of 2.3 million cars due to faulty Takata airbags.
Australia, Peru sign free trade agreement
The governments of Australia and Peru signed off on the Peru-Australia Free Trade Agreement (PAFTA) on Monday.
Australians to pay up to $430  more under uncompetitive gas market
Households on the east coast will pay as much as $430 more for electricity by the end of 2019 owing to uncompetitive gas prices, a new McKell Institute report has warned.
Thousands mark Australia Day with protest against white colonization
Thousands took to the streets on Australia Day on Friday to protest against the celebration of the start of white colonization and persecution of Aboriginal Australians 230 years ago.
Australia's biodiversity strategy a global embarrassment
The federal government’s latest strategy to protect Australian plants and animals facing extinction has been branded ‘deeply inadequate’ and ‘a global embarrassment’ by environment groups.
Australia's healthcare system contributing to 7% of nation's carbon footprint
Australia’s healthcare system is contributing more than seven percent of the nation’s carbon footprint, with hospitals and pharmaceutical companies forming the bulk of health-related emissions, an analysis led by the University of Sydney has found.
Australia forecasts 20 percent iron ore price drop in 2018
Australia on Monday said it expects iron ore prices to average $51.50 a ton this year, down 20 percent from 2017, because of rising global supply and moderating demand from top importer China as its steel sector shrinks.
Bushfires destroy buildings in Australia
Bushfires in Australia destroyed buildings and threatened lives on Saturday as a heatwave in three states brought temperatures strong enough to melt the bitumen on a highway.
Australia to host world’s most important cultural heritage event
The Australian and New South Wales (NSW) governments joined the president of Australia’s International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Ian Travers to announce that Sydney will host 1,200 global heritage experts in 2020, at the next Triennial General Assembly of ICOMOS.
Australia parliament passes same-sex marriage bill
There were loud cheers, hugs and sustained clapping in the lower House of Representatives when all but four MPs voted in support of marriage equality, after the upper house Senate passed the bill 43-12 last week.
Business investment boosts Australia's economy
Australia's economy grew 0.6 percent in the third-quarter, as business investment lifted despite weak household spending, reflecting the divergence between the two segments, official data showed on Wednesday.

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