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Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 14, 2021


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Nearly two thirds of Australians think home ownership won’t be an option for young people as property prices rise – Key points: The Australia Talks survey found 65 per cent of us think owning a home isn’t really an option for most young Australians anymore …

Celtic transfer news: Postecoglou keen on move for player he knows well – The Australian has replaced Neil Lennon as Celtic boss and will be tasked with … Ryan was Postecoglou’s first-choice goalkeeper when he was Australia …

Australia to join Britain in naval exercises in Indo-Pacific – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison and US President Joe Biden meet at the …

Can Kaylee McKeown & Ariarne Titmus Return Australia to Olympic Glory? – As the swimmers at the U.S. Olympic Trials woke up Sunday morning, the gauntlet had already been thrown. The Australian and American Trials happening …

Devonport’s Graham Kent earns Order of Australia Medal – Years exploring the Mersey River with tourists as skipper of the Julie Burgess is among the achievements that has earned Graham Kent an Order of Australia …

Hydrogen Technology: Agreement between Germany and Australia – Corbis Bay (dpa-AFX) – Germany and Australia want to work more closely … The two announced the “German-Australian Hydrogen Agreement”, which was …

Record rate of women in Queen’s honours – Christine Nixon, Australia’s first female police chief commissioner gets the … former Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia Archbishop Phillip Aspinall, …

Destination Western Australia: So much to discover in every direction – If someone were to ask you the name of the biggest rock in the world, you’d go with Uluru right? Well, it’s actually Mount Augustus in Western Australia. And …

Concussion forces Boyd Cordner to quit NRL – The Roosters, NSW and Australia Test captain is reportedly set to confirm his retirement at a press conference on Monday morning. The 29-year-old hasn’t …

PM eyes UK trade talks after G7 summit” – But we have said all along that we want this to be an agreement of substance, we want to make sure it is in Australia’s national interest and if we need to be …

Juric eager for big finish to AL season – Sunday’s victory over the Roar was the first time in Adelaide’s history they’ve won an A-League final outside South Australia. Juric says the backs-to-the-wall …

Matildas must defy history against Swedes – While the Swedes claimed a 3-1 win to knock Australia out of that tournament, the game featured teenagers Emily van Egmond, Caitlin Foord, Kyah Simon and …

Australian army investigating alleged bullying and harassment at Sydney University regiment – Australian army investigating alleged bullying and harassment at Sydney University regiment. The allegations are understood to include claims of verbal abuse, …

‘It’s awful’: expert whose work triggered Australian war crimes inquiry says abuse taking personal toll – ‘It’s awful’: expert whose work triggered Australian war crimes inquiry says abuse taking personal toll. Samantha Crompvoets says she is struggling after being …

Hospital admissions up to eight times higher for people with intellectual disability, Australian study finds – Hospital admissions up to eight times higher for people with intellectual disability, Australian study finds. Disability advocates say findings point to urgent need for …

Visitors to an Australian Cafe Can’t Believe a Dessert Can Look So Unusual – An Australian Café has gone viral on social media for its amazing desserts that are shaped like burgers. One of the dessert burgers that have people raving is …

Germany prepares to set up hydrogen accord with Australia – Economy minister Peter Altmaier and education and research minister Anja Karliczek signed a letter of intent to set up a “Germany Australia Hydrogen Accord” with …

19-year-old, McKeown improved the of 57:57 previous world record at Olympic trials – Adelaide: Australian swimmer Kaylee McKeown broke American Regan Smith’s world record in the 100m backstroke, clocking 57.45 seconds to win her Olympic …

Ajinkya Rahane Calls Captaining India To Test Series Win In Australia His Proudest Moment – Virat Kohli then left Australia to come back home for the birth of his first child and Rahane took over as captain. Rahane led from the front in the second Test in …

Queen’s Birthday Honours acknowledge hard working Australians – Also in the Officer division is Western Australian businessman Warwick Hemsley, the current chairman of the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Hemsley has …

Researcher lifts lid on toxic culture of Australian swimming – Young boys forced to wear female swimsuits and girls OINKED at and called ‘lard arses’: Australia’s elite swimmers reveal the horrific catalogue of abuse they …

Here’s how Delhi’s Depinder Chhibber rocks MasterChef Australia with her mind-boggling culinary skills – From making Pindi chhole to the all-time classic Chicken Biryani, she has been cooking a storm in MasterChef Australia’s Season 13. You surely want to know …

World’s leaders make moving nod to Australia during G7 beach BBQ – as nations rally behind their Aussie allies in the face of growing Chinese power – World leaders thumbed their nose at China during the G7 summit by downing a glass of Australian shiraz in a moving show of support for struggling Aussie …

New Zealand’s record win over Australia – New Zealand hit hard from the start by crushing Australia (43-5, 26-0 in the first half) in the opening rugby tournament, thus winning the Bledisloe Cup, the …

15Australian swimmer breaks 100-meter backstroke world record – ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) – Kaylee McKeown has broken the 100-meter backstroke world record on the second night of the Australian Olympic swim …

Uniper : Germany prepares to set up hydrogen accord with Australia – The two countries can take advantage of Australia’s limitless solar resources and employing German electrolysis technology, said Altmaier. Karliczek said her …

Shark bites 10-year-old snorkeler at Australia reef – Shark attacks 10-year-old boy snorkeling at Australia reef … 250 feet offshore, an Australian 10-year-old spotted what looked like a shadow under the water.

Chris Hemsworth one of 1,190 Australians on the Queen’s Birthday honours list – including Peta Credlin, Glenn Lazarus and Angela Bishop – Other big names on the list of 1,190 Australians issued on Sunday night … ‘It is important that the Order of Australia represents the diversity and strength of …

Australia’s McKean sets world record for 100-meter backstroke – 19-year-old McKean spent 57.45 seconds at the South Australia Aquatic Center, improving the previous mark of 57.57 set by Regan Smith of the United States in …

Australia’s McKeown breaks 100-meter backstroke world record – Riverside, California – Swimmer Kaylee McKeon says her father’s death 10 months ago set a new world record for a 100-meter backstroke on Sunday at the Australian Olympic Trial.

Watch: New dinosaur species, one of the largest ever, discovered in Australia – WATCH: One of the largest dinosaurs has been discovered in Australia’s outback

Leading India to Series Win in Australia Was Proudest for Me: Ajinkya Rahane – Leading India to Series Win in Australia Was Proudest Moment for Me: Ajinkya Rahane. Ajinkya Rahane. India Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane believes that a …

Massive achievement for New Zealand to be above India, England, Australia in Test rankings: Nasser Hussain – “For a nation like New Zealand to be above India, England and Australia in the Test rankings, is a massive achievement for them. That’s nice but for them now, …

Australia: 10-Year-Old Boy Recalls Attack by 7-Foot Shark – Jackson Bartlett, 10, was bitten by a shark three times in Western Australia. … he was going to die after the shark mauled him, he told The West Australian.

Below Deck Mediterranean Season 6 Release Date Australia – The Below Deck Mediterranean Season 6 Release Date Australia has is June 29 2021. The show will be available to watch on BINGE and Foxtel with new …

Feature: Ancient China-originated dragon boating a popular modern sport in Australia – Coach of the club Chris Alexandrou, who has been an assistant coach for Australia team in the international dragon boat competition for more than 10 years, …

Business Council of Australia CEO discusses ‘big innovations’ and entrepreneurs ‘that built Australia’ – Business Council of Australia CEO Jennifer Westacott has spoken about Dr Andrew Forrest – the Chairman of Fortescue Metals Group – and given some of her …

‘Leading India in Australia to series win was proudest moment for me’: Ajinkya Rahane ahead of WTC final – When Virat Kohli left the shores of Australia on paternity leave during the Test series Down Under, India were in a spot of bother. The team had just suffered a …

Victorian bakery Rolling Pin Pies and Cakes wins Australia’s Best Pie 2021 – Rolling Pin Pies and Cakes in Olive Grove, 25 minutes south east of Geelong in Victoria, snagged ‘best pie’ at Bakery Association of Australia’s Best Pie …

Palmer to be invested with an Order of Australia Medal – These days, Mr Palmer spends his retirement catching up with relatives to continue compiling the family history. He will be invested with an Order of Australia …

Australia Post CastleTown store is shutting down – Christine Holgate has resigned as chief executive of Australia Post due to the ongoing investigation into the purchase of four …

Hemsworth, Credlin and sporting superstars recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours list – Five Australians, including South Australian Governor Frances Adamson and ballet star David McAllister, received the highest honour, being appointed as a …

Japan, Australia express strong opposition to ‘economic coercion’– CARBIS BAY, England (Kyodo) — Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and his Australian counterpart Scott Morrison on Sunday expressed their strong …

Terry McCosker has been awarded the Order of Australia for work in agricultural industry – The Yeppoon man certainly made his mark on Australia’s agricultural industry with his trailblazing research, which has landed him with an Order of Australia …

Palmer to be invested with an Order of Australia Medal – Ewan Palmer, who goes by the first name Andrew, said he’s “delighted” to be named among this year’s Queens Birthday Honour List recipients. The retired …

Queen’s Birthday Honours: Glenn Lazarus awarded Medal of the Order of Australia – One of the legends of rugby league has been awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia. In his prime, Glenn Lazarus was widely considered to be the best …

Professor Kurt Lambeck of the Australian National University becomes Companion of Order of Australia – Professor Kurt Lambeck is quietly proud that he has been awarded Australia’s highest honour. “I’m pleased about it,” the ANU scientist said of his new …

Queen’s Birthday honours: Ricky Stuart receives Member of the Order of Australia in Queen’s Birthday Honours – Queen’s Birthday honours: Ricky Stuart receives Member of the Order of Australia. David Polkinghorne · Latest News.

If big chiefs are serious about clean and green energy, why they can’t utter the word ‘nuclear’ – With a few exceptions, however, corporate Australia’s business leaders have nothing to say about nuclear energy. This is in sharp contrast to some of their …

Support for Indigenous voice grows stronger“ – Australian liberalism has delivered its share of contribution to Indigenous policy,” … Take corporate Australia, more sensitive these days to the expectations of …

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