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100,000 Walked for Mental Health!

National Mental Health Month is an initiative of the Mental Health Foundation Australia (MHFA) to advocate for and raise awareness of Australian mental health....

9 Community declares new documentary Sporting Bubble

As soon as a backwater for nationwide TV reveals, the coronavirus pandemic has kickstarted a resurgence in Queensland manufacturing with one other two packages...

Victoria, Tasmania climate: Winds and flood warnings after torrential rain

Flood warnings have been issued throughout Victoria and Tasmania as the 2 states put together to be hit by extra damaging winds. Gusts of 115km/h...

11 new common velocity security cameras rolled out throughout Sydney

New point-to-point velocity cameras can be rolled out throughout main Sydney roadways and tunnels as a part of a brand new highway security plan. The...

Morrison authorities delivers $7.5 billion enhance for transport infrastructure throughout nation

A $7.5 billion new investment in national transport infrastructure will boost the national economy, deliver safer roads and create thousands of jobs as part...

Victoria Leadership Team Message “We are the change that we seek”

Since 1986, the Australia India Business Council has been advocating for bilateral relations between India and Australia. In particular, to develop strong business, political,...

Ending welfare schemes could cost 145,000 jobs in Australia

Ending pandemic-boosted welfare schemes in Australia could see the economy lose A$31.3 billion ($22 billion) and 145,000 jobs over the next two years, a...

NRL players could face 100M AUD pay cut over next 2 years

The National Rugby League (NRL) of Australia could cut players' salaries by more than 100 million Australian dollars (about $72.8 million) over the next...

Australians can get free coronavirus vaccine early next year: PM Morrison

A coronavirus vaccine will likely become available to people in Australia as early as at the start of next year, Prime Minister Scott Morrison...

China suspends barley imports from Australia’s largest grain exporter

China said on Tuesday it had suspended barley imports from Australia's largest grain exporter, a ruling that threatens to inflame bilateral tensions. China's General Administration...

Brawl between two communities over social media post Watch Video: Sydney

Sydney , Aug 30: A brawl erupted between members of two communities hailing from India in western Sydney's Harris Park, Australian media reported. https://youtu.be/W1Rs4GV6A7Q According to...

Australia’s Northern Territory borders to remain closed for 18 months

The Chief Minister of Australia's Northern Territory (NT) Michael Gunner announced that the region's domestic borders will not be fully opened for at least...

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Two men drown at Noosa beach, child rushed to hospital

Two men have drowned at Teewah Beach on Noosa’s North Shore, while a nine-year-old boy has been flown to hospital in a stable...

Nalder quits as WA Libs treasury spokesman

Months before the WA election and days after announcing his retirement from politics, Dean Nalder has made another shock decision.Dean Nalder has quit...

Boy hit by teen’s car dies in hospital

A ten-year-old boy who was struck by a car driven by a teenager in a Wollongong suburb earlier this week has died in...

Asteroid samples from Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 to land near Woomera

SA is about to have another exciting moment in space exploration history when asteroid samples taken by Japan’s Hayabusa2 land near Woomera.Samples from...

Hunt for distinctive man in Leichhardt extortion case

Police have released vision of a distinctive man with a tattoo and a rat’s tail who allegedly took part in the extortion of...