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Australia braces for 'catastrophic' conditions as bushfires rage
Firefighters in Australia are racing to tackle devastating bushfires that have left three people dead, with authorities warning of perilous conditions ahead, including around the country's biggest city of Sydney.
Five-year-old boy facing deportation from Australia because of mild disability
A five-year-old boy born in Australia is facing deportation to Bangladesh with his family after their visa applications were refused because his “mild disability” would be a burden on the medical system.
Australian property starting to boom again
Australia is seemingly rushing headlong into another debt-fueled property binge.
Australian papers censor front pages in press freedom campaign
Newspapers across Australia ran heavily redacted front pages on Monday in protest against government secrecy and a crackdown on press freedom, a rare show of unity in a fractious media landscape.
Longest non-stop passenger flight ends in Sydney after 19 hours
The longest non-stop passenger flight touched down in Australia Sunday morning after more than 19 hours in the air, a milestone journey from New York that Qantas hopes to parlay into commercial success.
Iraqi man charged in Australia in connection with deaths of 350 people
An Iraqi man was charged in Australia with people-trafficking in connection with the drowning deaths of more than 350 asylum seekers in the 2001 SIEV X tragedy.
Iran receives six nods at Asia Pacific Screen Awards
Iranian films received a total of six nominations with five titles at the 13th edition of Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA) in Australia.
Australia to invest $680 million in dams for drought-stricken region
Australia will invest A$1 billion ($678.70 million) to revamp water infrastructure in rural and regional communities in the drought-stricken New South Wales.
Iranian held in Australia returns home; Aussies’ also freed
Iran released on Saturday an Australian couple detained on spying charges after Australia freed an Iranian student imprisoned for 13 months in the country.
Australian reseachers develop computer game to diagnose mental illness
Researchers from Australia's peak scientific body developed a computer game capable of helping diagnose mental health disorders.
Fitch downgrades Australia's economic growth
The outlook for the world economy, including Australia's, is looking more pessimistic as China's economic growth continues to slow down.
Australia backs trials to produce green hydrogen to make ammonia
The Australian government has agreed to provide A$2.9 million ($2 million) for two studies into using solar and wind power to produce hydrogen for ammonia, part of a broader push by Canberra to spur development of a hydrogen industry.
Illinois museum will return 42 aboriginal artifacts to Australia
The Illinois State Museum will be returning 42 aboriginal artifacts to Australia after 10 months of discussions.

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