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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.
Iran’s ‘Barter’ to be screened at Australian Flickerfest
The Iranian short film, ‘Barter,’ will compete at the 31st Flickerfest International Short Film Festival, to be held in Sydney, Australia, from January 21 to 30.
Thousands rally against COVID-19 vaccinations in Australia
Thousands of protesters decrying COVID-19 vaccinations gathered in cities around Australia Saturday as smaller counter-rallies supporting health measures also marched.
Google earmarks $740m for Australia to mend ties after exit threat
Google will spend A$1 billion ($736 million) in Australia over five years, the internet giant said on Tuesday, resetting ties months after a threat to pull its services to avoid tougher government regulation.
Australia says will sell coal 'for decades'
Australia said it will sell coal for "decades into the future" after spurning a pact to phase out the polluting fossil fuel to halt catastrophic climate change.
France's Macron says Australia PM lied over submarine deal
French President Emmanuel Macron said Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison lied to him over the cancellation of a submarine building contract in September, and indicated more efforts were required to rebuild trust between the two allies.
Australia-Afghanistan-Iran-Netherlands ‘When Pomegranates Howl’ selected for Oscar race
Australia-Afghanistan-Iran-Netherlands joint production, ‘When Pomegranates Howl,’ was selected by Australia as its national representative in the race for Best International Feature Film at the 2022 Academy Awards.
EU postpones long-planned trade talks with Australia over submarine row
A long-planned round of Australia-EU free trade talks have been postponed, a European official confirmed Friday, after fury over Canberra's decision to cancel a major French submarine contract.
Company launches biggest fried chicken burger in Australia
Hungry Jack's has thrown the gauntlet down to other fast food joints in Australia that they mean business.
France ordered officials to 'get revenge' on US, UK, Australia over submarine contract: Report
France instructed its officials to "get revenge" on Australia, the US, and the UK after being booted from a contract to build Australia's submarines, Politico reported on Thursday.
France cancels defence meeting with UK over submarine row
North Korea warns U.S. risks 'dangerous nuclear arms race' over Australia deal
Australia rejects French accusations of lying over subs deal
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Sunday rejected France’s accusations that Canberra lied about plans to cancel a contract to buy French submarines, saying he had raised concerns over the deal “some months ago”.

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