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Australia confirms extinction of 13 more species, including first reptile since colonization
The Australian government has officially acknowledged the extinction of 13 endemic species, including 12 mammals and the first reptile known to have been lost since European colonization.
Australia’s central bank at cusp of reflation trade girds for long fight
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) signaled it’s ready for a prolonged battle with bond traders betting on a reflation wave sweeping across the global economy.
Wild sheep with 35kg coat of wool rescued in Australia
A wild sheep found wandering the wilderness of the Australian bush has been sheared of a huge 35-kilogram (77-pound) coat after an estimated five years of unchecked growth.
17,300-year-old kangaroo is Australia’s oldest rock art
Australian scientists have discovered the country's oldest known rock art – a 17,300-year-old painting of a kangaroo.
Wildlife expert pours cold water on claims Tasmanian tiger family spotted
The Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine, is something of a mythic creature in Australian folklore. Unlike, say, the Chupacabra, it was a real beast, but the last documented animal – Benjamin – died in captivity in 1936. In the 85 years since, tiger sightings have been constantly reported in Tasmania, an island off the south coast of Australia.
Disabled young people living on poverty-level benefits rises 300% in Australia
The number of young people with disabilities in Australia surviving on below-the-poverty-line welfare benefits has “exploded” by more than 300% over the past decade, new data reveals.
Global tech firms in Australia launch anti-disinformation code
Global tech firms in Australia unveiled a new code of practice Monday to curb the spread of disinformation online, following pressure from the government.
Facebook has 'tentatively friended' us again, Australia says
Facebook Inc. is back at the negotiating table, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Saturday after the tech giant this week blocked news on its site in the country.
Google launches News Showcase in Australia in sign of compromise over media code
The parent company of the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age has dismissed Google’s offer to pay media organizations with the launch of News Showcase in Australia, stating it would not negotiate with the tech giant before the news media code comes into effect.
Venus Williams, Ostapenko make winning starts in Australia
Ageless Venus Williams opened her 2021 season with a 6-1, 6-3 thrashing of Arantxa Rus Sunday, while former top 10 players Jelena Ostapenko and Caroline Garcia also scored wins.
Climate data to aid drought resilience in Australia
Farmers in Australia will be given access to specialized climate data to help build their drought resilience under a new federal government initiative.
'Inevitable' Google and Facebook will pay for news, Australian treasurer says
Josh Frydenberg warned the Internet giants it is “inevitable” they will pay for news content and their threats to shut down core functions in Australia do them a “big disservice”.
Google threatens to block Australians over media law
Google threatened on Friday to block Australians from using its search service unless the government changed landmark legislation to make the Internet giant pay news outlets for their content.
US urges Australia to abandon news payment plan for tech giants
The US has urged Australia to abandon its plan to force Google and Facebook to pay media outlets for their news content, saying there could be "long-lasting negative consequences" for consumers and companies.

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