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Australia agrees payout to end France submarine spat
Australia unveiled a substantial compensation deal with French submarine maker Naval Group, ending a contract dispute that soured relations between Canberra and Paris for almost a year.
China: Australian military planes in South China Sea are a threat
China said that its military identified Australian military aircraft in the South China Sea and warned them to leave – days after Australia said fighter aircraft had intercepted one of its military surveillance planes in the region.
AGL Energy mulls strategic review amid demerger doubts
AGL Energy Ltd. could launch a strategic review as early as today as doubts grow over the Australian power producer’s plans to split into two companies, the Australian newspaper reported.
Australia's Labor to retake power after nine years
Australia's Labor Party will form the country's next government today, as unprecedented support for the Greens and climate-focused independents ended nearly a decade of rule by the conservative coalition.
Australian, Solomon Islands ministers discuss China pact
Australia’s foreign minister met her Solomon Islands counterpart for the first time since the South Pacific nation signed a security pact with China.
China-Solomons security deal upends Australian election
Beijing's security deal with the Solomon Islands has transformed Australia's closely-fought election campaign into a foreign policy battle over Canberra's complicated relationship with the Pacific.
Australia to declare east coast floods a national emergency
Australia's prime minister said he will declare national emergency following floods across large swathes of the east coast that have claimed 22 lives.
Australia tells tens of thousands to flee floods
Deadly floods swept Australia’s east coast Tuesday, stranding residents on bridges and rooftops and forcing tens of thousands to flee their homes.
Deadly floods hit eastern Australia
Torrential downpours lashed eastern Australia on Saturday, raising deadly floodwaters to decades-long highs, swamping homes and sweeping away cars, including one carrying a team of rescuers.
Iranian director Rostampour to participate in Australian festival with two films
Iranian director Mostafa Rostampour will take part at the International Film & Entertainment Festival of Australia (IFEFA) with two short films ‘Old Man’s Heavy Sleep,’ and ‘Sheep Will Devour Us’.
Iran, Australia discuss bilateral relations, cooperation on Afghanistan
The foreign ministers of Iran and Australia weighed plans for cooperation between the two countries to help the Afghan people and ensure the formation of an inclusive government in Afghanistan.
Thousands march across Australia in protest at ‘Invasion Day’
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets during ‘Invasion Day’ rallies across Australia in protest at Australia’s national holiday.
Australia has record COVID-19 deaths; hospitals under stress
Australia reported a record high of COVID-19 deaths Tuesday, and its second-largest state declared an emergency in hospitals to cope with surging patient admissions and a staffing shortage due to the coronavirus.
Australia cancels Djokovic's visa ahead of Grand Slam
Novak Djokovic’s Australian visa has again been cancelled just days before the start of the Australian Open.
Tennis star Djokovic wins court battle to stay in Australia
World number one Novak Djokovic was released from Australian immigration detention on Monday after winning a court challenge to remain in the country to pursue his bid for a record 21st Grand Slam title at the upcoming Australian Open.

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