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Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 5, 2021


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Climate change strategy launched – Dairy Australia has a number of active projects in this area, including the DairyBase Carbon Calculator tool. Embed. Australian dairy farmers have always made …

Covid-19 vaccines: How Australia’s options compare – And Melbourne, which is battling an outbreak of one of the super infectious Indian variants, is at the epicentre of that tussle. NED-3935 Australia’s Vaccine …

A movement, not a moment: Indigenous design in the spotlight – At Australian Fashion Week, with the spotlight finally shining on Australia’s first design traditions, the spectre of appropriation was not far from designers’ minds.

Georgia’s Next Punter is an Australian Dairy Farmer – In both college football and the NFL, some of the best punters have come from Down Under. Australian punter Brett Thorson is hoping he can be the newest

NT hotel booked for Howard Springs workers – Hotel quarantine has been the source of numerous outbreaks across Australia, including the current one in Victoria. Many of the repatriated Australians

Vaccine rollout expands to people over 40 – Australia’s vaccination rollout is moving to a new phase with anyone over 40 now entitled to jabs. Australians over 40 will have access to coronavirus vaccines …

Piers Morgan’s 60 Minutes Australia interview: How to watch it – PIERS Morgan is set to bear all in an upcoming interview with 60 Minutes Australia. He has vowed to get revenge on Meghan Markle after leaving ITV’s Good …

First Look at ‘Australia’s Best Airport Terminal – ‘Drawing on Australia’s natural beauty, the region’s rich Aboriginal heritage and strong sustainability principles, the final design of Western Sydney International …

The Path Forward: Global Education with Julia Gillard, Former Australian Prime Minister – As the leaders of the G7 meet, former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard is … delivered nation-changing policies including reforming Australia’s education at …

Scramble to find how family were infected with Delta Covid – Australia scrambles to find how three kids and four adults became infected with dreaded Delta variant of Covid that’s ravaged India – and dashed hopes of an …

Firefighters rescue horse from neighbor’s pool in Australia – Emergency responders were called to an Australian neighborhood to rescue a horse that had wandered into a neighbor’s yard and become …

Australian interviewer has best comeback to Piers Morgan – Piers Morgan was challenged over his controversial comments about Meghan Markle in a new interview with Australia’s 60 Minutes. The interview, conducted by …

How to put wheelie bins out for collection in Australia; Model Hayley Rowson buys London double-decker bus to turn into house – What $1M buys you in Australia’s biggest cities.

Sunil Gavaskar unsure if current Indian team can dominate world cricket like Australia or West Indies

Report finds Australian drivers ‘more likely to protect fragile items than partners – Dash Cam manufacturer Nextbase has conducted a study of just over 1000 respondents in Australia to understand their driving habits, understanding what acts …

ABC’s activist journos hail a victory that never was – On Thursday The Australian reported that Anderson was understood to have told Porter after the Neighbour tweet that he had done his best to manage ABC …

Virus won’t stop Australia’s New York of the future – Victoria is the most densely populated state in Australia, by a long way. The population density is 23.54 people per square kilometre. In comparison, NSW is …

Australian hospitality workers, where the bloody hell are you? – Holidaymakers everywhere but not enough hospitality workers to fill the jobs. Around Australia, tourism operators are buckling under labour shortages. How did …

In The Beijing Bureau, 25 Australian correspondents write about reporting China’s rise – The Beijing Bureau: 25 Australian Correspondents Reporting China’s Rise. Edited by Trevor Watson and Melissa Roberts. Hardie Grant, $32.99. Trevor Wilson …

Take the advice but don’t twist it – Its relentless use of the health advice as a political shield was severely dented by this week’s distortion of that advice. Let’s be clear, Australia’s strong overall …

PM’s line in the sand: funds with a catch – This would be a serious policy blunder. Australia’s focus now must shift to living with Covid in recovery – not more emergency measures from the 2020 syndrome.

Radio host reveals Amy Schumer was worst celebrity interview – Australian radio host Katie ‘Monty’ Dimond has revealed that a chat with American comedian and actress Amy Schumer was one of the worst celebrity interviews …

Meat giant JBS’ cyber woes lay bare a dangerous reality – Other critical acquisitions included Australian Meat Holdings. More recently it has been touted as an interested party in the sale of Australia’s biggest piggery and …

Lightsource bp secures financing package for Australian solar – Adam Pegg, Country Manager – Lightsource bp Australia, said: “Although COVID-19 has disrupted the energy landscape, we are proud to be able to start …

New research shows effects of ‘flash droughts’ in Australia – One of the few studies of flash drought in Australia examined an event when conditions in the country’s east suddenly changed from wet in December 2017, to dry …

We need to reach where England are: Usman Khawaja hopes to have more diversity in Australian cricket – We need to reach where England are: Usman Khawaja hopes to have more diversity in Australian cricket. Khawaja is working with Cricket Australia to ensure …

Thorne to Train with Team Australia US Group – Nielsen is the head coach of the Michigan lacrosse team, while Adam Sear is an assistant for the Wolverines as well as the Australian National Team. Jen Adams, …

Australia’s Uyghurs in despair over disappearance of relatives in China – As Beijing continues its human rights abuses against ethnic minority communities in Xinjiang, Uyghurs living in Australia are left in despair over the ‘ …

Australia Market ends at all-time high – The Australian share market finished at fresh record high for the third straight session on Friday, 04 June 2021, as risk sentiments strengthened after …

Woolworths signs PPA at 244MW Australian wind farm – Woolworths signs PPA at 244MW Australian wind farm. The retail company has penned a ten-year contract with the Bango project in New South Wales

Australia Withdraws Teams from AFC Champions League – Australia has withdrawn Sydney FC, Melbourne City and Brisbane Roar from the 2021 Asian Champions League, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) said ..

Australia PM Scott Morrison Has an Alarming Connection to QAnon – Australia’s Prime Minister is facing renewed questions about his links to the country’s highest profile QAnon supporter, after an episode of an investigative TV …

Was told I would never play for Australia because of my skin colour – Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja has opened up about facing racism when he moved to Down Under from Pakistan in the early 1990s. When Khawaja made …

Jack Lakin selected for 2021 Golf Australia national program – He will have access to added resources that in the words of Golf Australia’s high performance general manager Brad James, “complement and integrate with …

All over 40s to be eligible for vaccine: PM – Welcome to live coverage of the latest developments in Australia’s battle with the Covid-19 pandemic. Victorian employers believe the Melbourne lockdown can …

Olivia Rodrigo Scores Another Chart Double In Australia – Staying with the ARIA Albums Chart, Australian Idol alum Shannon Noll bags his seventh Top Ten with Raw (Red Dog Recordings), an acoustic compilation of …

Call for global response to Delta variant Coronavirus – Australia’s Victoria state authorities say they have detected the Delta variant, for the first time in the latest outbreak in Melbourne, stoking concerns of a major …

150 Stranded Australians Are Set To Arrive From COVID-Ravaged India – Adelaide’s biggest medi-hotel has introduced several more safety measures as they await the arrival of around 150 passengers returning home to Australia from …

Australian PM “leaning” towards mandatory vaccines for aged-care workers – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday he is “leaning heavily” towards making COVID-19 vaccines mandatory …

Australian Team Arrives at a Constricted Tokyo Olympics – Daily coronavirus tests. Hotel confinement. A lot of Nintendo time. The experience of Australia’s softball team is a preview of a Games like no other.

‘Drop him off’: Family offers $5000 for safe return of Labrador puppy – South Australian woman sentenced after dogs starve. South Australians warned about …

Delta strain arrives in Australia: What it means for Victoria’s outbreak – Melbourne University epidemiologist Professor Tony Blakely told news.com.au the emergence of the variant in Australia was very concerning. “It means that we …

Australia finds highly infectious Delta variant in Melbourne – People wait in line to get tested for COVID-19 outside a walk-in testing facility, Melbourne, Australia. SYDNEY: Australia’s Victoria state authorities said on Friday …

Miel Invites Australian Wine Experts for a Special Pairing Dinner – Miel Invites Australian Wine Experts for a Special Pairing Dinner. Former Catbird Seat beverage director triumphantly returns to Nashville for a special event. Chris

Twitter Launches Subscription Services in Canada and Australia – Twitter launched in Canada and Australia to subscribers[元に戻す]We are developing a subscription service that provides benefits such as buttons. The Twitter …

The Milestone Presence of Indigenous Design at Australian Fashion Week Is a Reminder of Fashion’s Power – Australian Fashion Week started in a way it never has before—with a Welcome to Country, a ceremony held by First Nations elders, welcoming guests to …

Following Australia, Japan approves Pakistan’s mango facility for exports – Following Australia, Japan approves Pakistan’s mango facility for exports. Today, Advisor t o Prime Minister on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood announced that …

The Week in News: Cartoon Style – Chief Editorial Cartoonist at The Australian Johannes Leak takes a look at the week that was in news through satirical cartoons. Favourite. item …

Australia: A promising export market for lychees from Vietnam – According to the head of the Vietnamese Trade Office in Australia Nguyen Phu Hoa, Australian importers and owners of supermarkets and grocery stores have …

International students taking up work at Australian farms eligible for A$810 bonus – International students who work on Australia’s agricultural sector could be eligible for a cash bonus payment. Job seekers who take up a seasonal harvest job on …

Australia: Researchers test “face recognition” of coyotes – Griffith University announced on Thursday that Australian researchers will test a device for the “facial recognition” of koalas with the aim of better identifying and …

Australian art that doesn’t beat about the bush – The National – Still from ‘CREATION dance’ by Deborah Kelly; installation view at The National 2021: New Australian Art’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia

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