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Australia promises national vote on recognition of indigenous people
Australia will hold a national vote within three years on whether to include recognition of indigenous people in its constitution, the government said on Wednesday, an issue that has spurred decades of often heated debate.
OpenSignal: 4G speeds topping 5G in Australia
Of eight nations where OpenSignal — a British wireless mapping company — conducted real-world testing during April to the end of June, Australia is the only nation where 4G speeds were better than the much-hyped speeds of 5G.
Indonesia sends rubbish back to Australia
Indonesia says it will immediately send eight containers of household rubbish back to Australia after inspectors declared the material too contaminated to be recycled.
Australia police nab 3 for plotting terror attacks
Counter-terrorism police in Australia have arrested three men in Sydney allegedly tied to the Daesh terrorist group, thwarting a plot to stage attacks on public buildings and embassies, authorities say.
Over 200 species named by top Aussie scientists in past 12 months
Australia's peak scientific body revealed that it named 230 new species in the past 12 months.
New top dog Barty plays down Goolagong Cawley comparisons
Ashleigh Barty is honored to become Australia’s first women’s world number one since Evonne Goolagong Cawley but feels she has a lot more to do to be worthy of comparison with the indigenous great.
Due to increase in temperature, risk of crocodile attacks can increase in Australia
The number of crocodile attacks in Australia could rise due to global warming, an expert said on Sunday.
Renewable energy a possible 1.3-bln USD boom for Australia's Northern Territory
Renewable energy could generate an additional 2 billion Australian dollars (1.3 billion U.S. dollars) in revenue and 8,000 jobs in Australia's Northern Territory (NT), research has found.
Indonesian seaweed farmers seek $137 million over oil spill in Australia
Indonesian seaweed farmers were set to seek more than A$200 million ($137 million) from Thailand’s PTT Exploration and Production in a trial started on Monday, to cover damage they say they suffered after Australia’s worst oil spill.
Sad state of men’s health in Western Australia revealed
More than 77 percent of men in Western Australia are overweight or obese and men are over-represented among victims of suicide, cancer, diabetes and heart disease.
Goolagong, Court lead the way as Australia lauds battling Barty
Evonne Goolagong Cawley led the way as Australia hailed its new Grand Slam tennis champion Ash Barty on Sunday after the proudly indigenous 23-year-old ended the country’s 46-year wait for a French Open women’s singles champion.
Australia police raid ABC over report on killing of civilians in Afghanistan
Police in Australia have raided the headquarters of the Australian Broadcasting Corp. (ABC) over a report that used leaked information to reveal the killing of civilians in Afghanistan by Australian forces.
‘Mysteries of the Lake’ wins at Phoenix festival in Australia
Iranian documentary, ‘Mysteries of the Lake,’ by Armin Isarian won the Best Documentary Film award at the 5th Phoenix Film Festival Melbourne in Australia.
Homeless woman killing horrifies Australia
The brutal killing of a young, homeless woman has renewed discussion in Australia about violence against women.
Fungi that draw gold from surroundings discovered in Australia
Fungi that draw gold from its surroundings was discovered in Western Australia, stunning scientists who said it could signal new deposits.

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