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Australian water resources minister 'totally' accepts drought linked to climate change
The Australian Drought and Water Resources Minister David Littleproud has acknowledged he “totally” accepts that worsening droughts are linked to climate change, as he signaled more taxpayer support for regional communities was coming as Australia’s big dry “escalates”.
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.
Great Barrier Reef outlook now 'very poor',  Australian government review says
The outlook for the Great Barrier Reef has deteriorated from poor to very poor according to an exhaustive government report that warns the window of opportunity to improve the natural wonder’s future ‘is now’.
Australian leaders agree to ban exporting recyclable waste
Australia has signaled its commitment to stop exporting recyclable waste amid a pushback by regional neighbors including Indonesia and Malaysia.
Australian territory gives major status to solar plan by Singapore's Sun Cable
Australia’s Northern Territory has given major project status to an ambitious plan to transmit three gigawatts (GW) of solar power to Singapore by subsea cable, its chief minister said on Saturday.
Reuters poll: Australian economy stuck in sub-par growth, but to dodge recession
Australia may be destined for another two years of sub-par economic growth as debt-laden households keep their wallets shut tight, though analysts are hopeful lower interest rates and tax handouts would help it dodge a recession.
'Just a matter of when': The $20b plan to power Singapore with Australian solar
The desert outside Tennant Creek, deep in the Northern Territory (NT), Australia ,is not the most obvious place to build and transmit Singapore’s future electricity supply. Though few in the southern states are yet to take notice, a group of Australian developers are betting that will change.
Australian seagulls carry antibiotic-resistant superbugs
Seagulls all over Australia are carrying superbugs resistant to antibiotics, scientists said.
Vaccination rate for Australian children hits record high
Data released by the Australian government for the first quarter this year revealed that 94.78 percent of all Australian five-year-olds have been immunized, up from 94.67 percent in the last quarter of 2018.
Facebook page of Australian missing in North Korea mysteriously reappears
The Facebook page of an Australian man missing in North Korea reappeared then disappeared again on Saturday hours before Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia is still trying to find out what has happened to him.
'Golden age' of Australian economy fades as dark clouds loom
Australia's record-breaking economic run isn't about to end because of a ban on plastic bags — as one lobby group spuriously claimed — but consumers are buying less, offering a cautionary tale for the rest of the world.
Australian opposition wants more details before supporting tax reforms
Australia’s main opposition party said on Sunday it wanted more information on the government’s tax cuts before committing to supporting the full A$158 billion ($109 billion) package when Parliament resumes next month.
Survey: Australian consumers fret on economy, more upbeat on housing
A measure of Australian consumer confidence dipped in June as a run of disappointing data on the economy overshadowed a cut in interest rates and a hint of stability in falling house prices.
Most Australian children with mental health issues not accessing care
Although one-third of children experiencing mental health issues see a GP, the majority are not accessing care at all, according to a new study.
Australian PM Morrison celebrates unexpected victory
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has celebrated election victory while the opposition leader conceded an unexpected defeat.

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