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Hundreds of 'exceptionally significant' artefacts found in Australia
An archeologist has described stone tools found at the Griffith Base Hospital redevelopment site in New South Wales, Australia as "exceptionally significant", saying they show Aboriginal people camped in the area thousands of years ago.
Ambassador: Iran, Australia boast of high cultural affinity
Australian Ambassador to Iran Lyndall Sachs said that the two countries have high cultural affinity and act similarly in helping and supporting the deprived and the needy.
Australian economy to recover from pandemic 'sledgehammer'
The Australian economy has taken a "sledgehammer" hit from the coronavirus pandemic, with it set to shrink by three percent this year, according to a new report.
Thousands rally across Australia in Black Lives Matter protests
Thousands of protesters gathered on Saturday in cities across Australia, shouting slogans in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and aiming to raise awareness of the mistreatment of Indigenous people.
Australia’s economic slump threatens openness to immigration
Australia’s immigration program, a key factor in the economy’s record stretch without recession, is under threat amid calls for the nation to turn inward while it recovers from the coronavirus pandemic.
Australia warns conspiracy theories thwarting COVID containment efforts
Coronavirus conspiracy theories are hampering frantic efforts to contain a steep spike in cases around the city of Melbourne, where more than 10,000 people have refused testing, Australian health authorities warned on Friday.
Koalas may be extinct in Australia's New South Wales by 2050
Koalas in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) could become extinct by 2050 unless the government immediately intervenes to protect the species and its habitat, the final report of a yearlong parliamentary inquiry said on Tuesday.
Australian economy will need up to $90b extra after coronavirus shock, report says
Australian governments need to pour an extra $70 billion to $90 billion into stimulus and support measures to help the nation weather the biggest economic shock since World War II, according to a new report.
Iran urges Australia not to follow US policies
A senior adviser to the Iranian Parliament speaker slammed Australia’s “unconstructive” partnership in US-led military coalitions, calling on Canberra to avoid obeying the illogical policies of President Donald Trump’s administration.
Domestic tourism won't save operators in Australia
Australians are being urged to holiday at home this year, but industry stakeholders say unless they turn out in droves with money to burn, it may have little impact on the ailing tourism industry.
Research into health system preparedness for cancer and pediatric health care
Australia is at the global forefront of cancer research and the Morrison Government — the federal executive Government of Australia led by Prime Minister Scott Morrison — is committed to consolidating that position, with the Cancer Council NSW to receive funding of more than $3.5 million to research what demand for cancer treatment will look like over the next five years.
Black Lives Matter protests in Australia, Asia and Europe
Thousands of people rallied across Australia to honor George Floyd and voice their support for the Black Lives Matter movement Saturday, part of a worldwide wave of solidarity that has also sought to highlight racial discrimination outside the United States.
Real-time suicide data could be years away in Australia
The real-time suicide data promised by the Morrison government as part of its COVID-19 mental health response plan may not be available for two years.
Australia's New South Wales state warns of COVID-19 budget toll
Australia's biggest state in economic terms said on Friday the coronavirus pandemic could cost it as much A$20 billion ($13.3 billion) in lost revenues over the next four years, underscoring the urgency to revive the country's stuttering economy.
Australia to back carbon capture to help cut emissions
Australia’s conservative government on Tuesday agreed to push forward legislation that would allow carbon capture and storage projects to be backed by its Climate Solutions Fund and provide credits to big polluters that cut their emissions intensity.

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