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Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 13, 2021


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PM: Australia has ‘no greater friends’ than the US and the UK – Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia has “no greater friends” than the United States and the United Kingdom following a trilateral meeting with President …

Scott Morrison holds historic meeting with US President Joe Biden and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson at G7 – It’s in Australia’s interests, it’s in China’s interests. And for the free trade that can occur throughout the region,” he said. The Australian understands G7 leaders will …

Superhero hospital wear helps sick kids – A Sydney tradie who makes superhero-inspired hospital gear for Australia’s sickest kids is hoping for a call from Thor star Chris Hemsworth. Jason Sotiris began …

Mack Horton misses out on Olympic selection in gold-medal 400m freestyle event – Earlier, Rio Olympic relay gold medalist Emma McKeon broke the Australian record … Australia will also be without a competitor in the women’s 400m individual …

Kevin Rudd’s “Fourth Way” Proves the Australian Labor Party Is Out of Ideas – Former Australian PM Kevin Rudd has come up with a plan for Labor that he calls the “Fourth Way.” But on closer inspection, Rudd’s would-be alternative is a …

Virus probe not bid to pin blame: PM – The Australian government’s strong support on the international stage for an investigation into how COVID-19 emerged has angered officials in Beijing and further …

Former Hong Kong legislator addresses Sydney protest amid call for Australia to provide citizenship option – addresses Sydney protest amid call for Australia to provide citizenship option … Australian government to provide more assistance to those fleeing the region.

Out of bounds – Mountains covered in snow with tracks left by skis. Out of bounds. Avalanches? In Australia? They are real and they can be deadly. But a group of back-country …

James Magnussen: Why Swimming Australia must take Maddie Groves bombshell complaints seriously – Swimming Australia needs to treat Maddie Groves’ claims about the problems she experienced in the sport with the utmost sensitivity. If what she’s saying is true, …

Indigenous Sport Month: Jason Gillespie broke cricket barriers – just that nobody knew until much later – On November 29, 1996, Jason Gillespie ended Australia’s 119-year wait for its first Indigenous male Test cricketer – and, incredibly, no-one noticed. Plenty were …

Barefoot Investor: How renters are being ripped off – It’s a fast-growing scheme called ‘Rental Rewards’, which many of Australia’s leading real estate agencies have signed up to. Here’s how it works: real estate …

Thelma & Louise star Geena Davis to appear at Australia’s Vogue Codes Summit to help women – Thelma & Louise star Geena Davis to appear at Australia’s Vogue Codes Summit to help women. Jessica Montague News Corp Australia Network. June 12, 2021 1 …

Neil Patrick Harris, Alesha Dixon join Australia’s Got Talent as 2021 judges – Stage, film and television star Neil Patrick Harris is joining the judging panel of Australia’s Got Talent, along with another international celebrity and two local …

MasterChef Australia sparks new craze for Melissa Leong’s fashion tips – For Leong, it was always her intention to make the most of being the first female judge on MasterChef Australia. “To showcase as many Australian-run, female-led …

I’m A Celebrity ‘WILL return to Australia this year’ – A source told MailOnline that the show’s set in Australia is being prepared for the upcoming show, with a crew of 30 staff reportedly clearing debris and fallen trees …

China denounces US-Australian navy drills as muscle flexing – The U.S. Navy’s 7th Fleet said the guided-missile destroyer USS Curtis Wilbur and the Royal Australian Navy frigate HMAS Ballarat concluded a week of joint …

Swimming in problems? Maddie Groves allegations overshadow Olympic trials – Swimming is not the only sport in Australia to be grappling with cultural concerns and allegations of mistreatment and abuse. Last month, the Australian Human …

Australians don’t talk much about the working poor – but the pandemic recession might make us – Australians don’t talk much about the working poor – but the pandemic recession might make us. Greg Jericho. Greg Jericho. A ..

Defamation nation: why are Australian politicians so quick to sue? – When he was attorney general, Christian Porter told the National Press Club Australia’s defamation laws didn’t strike the right balance. After extensive …

Vaccine hesitancy and variants mean Australia may not reach Covid herd immunity – researchers – Australia is unlikely to achieve herd immunity with current levels of Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy and the higher infectiousness of new variants, modelling from …

Universities promise to ramp up face-to-face learning as student frustrations grow – Australian universities say campuses will look “radically” different next … we are not,” Jackson told Guardian Australia prior to the recent Melbourne lockdown.

Swimming: Reigning 400m Olympic Champion Mack Horton Misses Australia Team for Tokyo – Swimming: Reigning 400m Olympic Champion Mack Horton Misses Australia … the major casualty on day one of the Australian Olympic team swimming trials as …

Goals and Highlights: Mexico 3-2 Australia Socceroos in Friendly Game 2021 – Thank you for following the friendly game between Mexico and Australia U23. See you next time. 3:47 PM2 hours ago. Good presentation. Mexico won two and …

Australian Swimming Federation swimmer Olympic Withdrawal – Australia goes to Tokyo without swimmer Maddie Groves. The Australian swimmer, who won two medals at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, is fit for the game …

Coronavirus Australia live news: Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews reveals return to work plan – Welcome to live updates on Australia’s battle with the Covid-19 pandemic. Victorian Premier Dan Andrews will return to work at the end of the month after his …

Australia provides AUD $12.5 million to focus on the rehabilitation of school buildings – The Australian Government has extended a grant of AUD 12.5 million to boost the Fijian Government’s Fiji Cyclone Recovery Program which will focus on the …

NVIDIA Announces Launch Date for Cloud Gaming Service in Australia – NVIDIA Announces Launch Date for GeForce NOW Cloud Gaming Service in Australia … When NVIDIA said “soon,” that could’ve meant anything. Australian …

As we enter a post-pandemic world, Australia’s ‘Zero COVID’ approach leaves us with a dilemma – Dr Margie Danchin of the Murdoch Research Institute says Australians will … Zero COVID is great in the short term — it has meant Australia has avoided the …

Stuck between China and the US, Australia must choose its best friend – In his speech this week as he prepared to leave Australia for the G7 meeting, the Prime Minister said the challenge “is nothing less than to reinforce, renovate …

Do Australians trust religious leaders? – When asked whether he trusts religious leaders in Australia today, Haodong Mo does not hold back. “If you’re going to mislead people about the metaphysics of …

Faced with destruction of the reef, a small band do ‘coral carpentry’ – Since his arrival in Australia half of the Great Barrier Reef, a dazzling mesh of … of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, …

3 hours agoArab TimesKuwait WC hopes end as Australia advance to 3rd round – Australia became the fourth Asian team to advance to the third stage of World Cup qualifying after beating Nepal 3-0.

Scrivener joint top at EPGA Mixed Event – Australia’s Jason Scrivener has moved into a four-way tie for the lead ahead of the final round of the history-making Scandinavian Mixed event in Sweden.

Swimming Australia announces independent female panel will oversee investigation following Maddie Groves’ claims – Swimming Australia announces independent female panel will oversee investigation following Maddie Groves’ claims. Written By Sporting News.

One Earth, one health, PM Modi says at G7; seeks support for TRIPS waiver – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison referred to his discussions with PM Modi earlier about TRIPS waiver and conveyed strong support of Australia.

Investigation: With just 2.6pc of Australians fully vaccinated , are we being left behind in immunity race? – Australia has a travel bubble with New Zealand, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison this week revealed plans for travel to and from Singapore. But this arrangement …

One of the biggest dinosaurs ever was just discovered in Australia – Our study published in the journal PeerJ documents Australotitan cooperensis — Australia’s largest dinosaur species ever discovered, and the largest …

Australian drama Doctor Doctor to end after five seasons shooting in Mudgee – Channel 9’s Head of Drama, Andy Ryan and Easy Tiger’s Founder and Producer, Ian Collie provided a statement to the Australian Community Media regarding the …

Australia march into next phase – Australia march into next phase. Socceroos enter final chapter of Asian qualifying for 2022 World Cup. AFP June 12, 2021 …

Unlinked Vic COVID case, low test concerns – nations invited to take part. Australia will do its part in the effort by providing 20 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to countries in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.

Denmark-Finland match suspended after Christian Eriksen collapses on the pitch – Euro 2020: How to watch in Australia, squads, schedule, results, standings, … Socceroos World Cup hub: Australia’s qualification path for Qatar 2022, squads, …

Baby Ranger or new Falcon Ute: Why Ford Australia needs the new Maverick pick-up | Opinion – More importantly for the team at Ford Australia, these models have the potential to transform it from its current position as ‘The Ranger Car Company’ into …

Volkswagen ID.3 has a chance to be Australia’s most affordable EV – but there might be a bit of a wait – If we can assume the brand can actually bring the car here at bang-on $40k that would, in fact, make it the most affordable electric car in Australia, knocking off the …

Australian PM referred to his discussions with PM Modi earlier about TRIPS waiver, & … – Latest Tweet by ANI – The latest Tweet by ANI states, ‘Australian PM referred to his discussions with PM Modi earlier about TRIPS waiver, & conveyed strong support of Australia. Frech …

How China is close to a ‘grey zone’ war with Australia by sending armed militia ships to our waters – How China is on the verge of starting a ‘grey zone’ war with Scott Morrison by sending a flotilla of unmarked, fully-armed militia ships into Australian waters – as …

Auger-Aliassime to face Cilic in Stuttgart – defeated American Sam Querrey 6-4 7-5 on Saturday, while Cilic progressed when Jurij Rodionov – conqueror of Australia’s Alex de Minaur in the quarter-final …

Tokyo Olympics: Australia find the Olympic ‘bubble’ a challenge in Japan – Australia softball head coach Laing Harrow told reporters that his players have been watching Netflix and hitting the gym in a bid to “break the boredom” after …

Teen Singer Leaves the Ladies Swooning on ‘The X Factor Australia’ – In 2013, the 14-year-old auditioned for The X Factor Australia with two songs that were very well received by the audience and the judges. Jai Waetford Wins Over …

Infrastructure expansion opportunity – Australia’s premier industry field day event, the 2015 Commonwealth Bank AgQuip. Buy rural and agricultural books and …

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  1. Reblogged this on China News.

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