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Australia sticks to US nuclear subs despite French criticism
AP – Australia’s prime minister said Friday he remained committed to building a fleet of submarines powered by U.S. nuclear technology despite the French president describing the plan as a “confrontation with China.”
Iran summons Australian envoy to protest premier’s ‘wrong-headed approach’
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has summoned Australia’s ambassador to protest recent anti-Iran comments by Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.
China slams reported plan for U.S. B-52 bombers in Australia
AP - The United States is preparing to deploy up to six nuclear-capable B-52 long-range bombers at Royal Australian Air Force Base Tindal, a news report said Monday, prompting China to accuse the U.S. of undermining regional peace and stability.
UN ends Australia anti-torture mission after inspectors barred
The United Nations suspended its anti-torture mission to Australia after inspectors were not allowed to visit several jails and detention facilities in the country, with a top official in New South Wales state justifying the blocking of the UN panel.
Australia reverses recognition of West Al-Quds as Israel’s capital
Australia said it will no longer recognise West Al-Quds as the capital of Israel, reversing a decision taken by the government of former Prime Minister Scott Morrison in 2018.
Australia’s PM says referendum on republic not his priority
Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, who had started laying the groundwork for an Australian republic after elections in May, said Sunday that now was the time not for a change but for paying tribute to the life of Queen Elizabeth II.
Australia bumps interest rates, vows to tame inflation
Australia's central bank raised interest rates by another 50-basis points Tuesday while pledging to "do what is necessary" to bring soaring inflation under control.
Australian senator slams ‘colonising’ Queen in oath
Australian Aboriginal Senator Lidia Thorpe branded Britain's Elizabeth II a "colonising" queen on Monday, as the recently elected lawmaker reluctantly swore allegiance while taking the oath of office.
Record number of COVID-hit Australians in hospital as Omicron surges
The number of Australians admitted to hospitals with COVID-19 hit a record of about 5,450 on Monday, official data showed, as the spread of highly contagious new Omicron sub-variants strains the healthcare system nationwide.
Australia-Afghanistan-Iran-Netherlands ‘When Pomegranates Howl’ selected for Melbourne fest
Australia-Afghanistan-Iran-Netherlands’ co-production ‘When Pomegranates Howl’ has been slated to take part in the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) in Australia.
Australia forecasts record mining, energy export sales for 2023
Australia's mining and energy export revenues are forecast to climb 3% to a record A$419 billion ($286 billion) in the year to June 2023, buoyed by surging coal and gas prices in the wake of Russia's military operation in Ukraine, the government said on Monday.
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.

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