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Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 19, 2021


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‘Castlevania Advance Collection’ Possibly Revealed By Rating in Australia – ‘Castlevania Advance Collection’ Possibly Revealed By Rating In Australia … the title “Castlevania Advance Collection” with the Australian Classification Board, …

Drink driver arrested after crash in Pooraka, South Australia – Drink driver arrested after crash in Pooraka, South Australia. A man will face court after allegedly crashing his car under the influence and assaulting an officer at …

He was a Xavier boy, and he’s lodged in my memory of my first experience of Australia’s great class divide – He was a Xavier boy, and he’s lodged in my memory of my first experience of Australia’s great class divide. By Virginia Trioli. Posted Just now …

Care and Ageing Well expo puts older Australians in the spotlight – A pandemic and a royal commission have meant older Australians have certainly been in the spotlight for the last year. That focus will continue with Western …

Taliban taking back territory as Australian and US forces prepare to leave Afghanistan by September – Now, as foreign troops depart, Taliban territory is growing fast, and Uruzgan — where Australian troops served for close to a decade — is on the brink of becoming …

Castlevania Advance Collection rated in Australia – Australian Classification has rated an unannounced “Castlevania Advance Collection.” The name suggests publisher Konami plans to release a collection of the …

Australia ‘on tenterhooks’ over vaccine rollout setbacks, supply shortages bite – ‘Not enough Pfizer’: Australia ‘on tenterhooks’ as COVID vaccine supply shortages bite. A coronavirus vaccine against a pfizer logo. Australia has hit a …

Australia may list east coast koalas as endangered – Scientists and academics have warned that the iconic Australian mammal could become extinct by 2050 in new south wales, and Australia’s minister for the …

Sky News forced to apologise to Bob Brown for saying he supported ‘dangerous activists’ – “This outcome is because neither Senator Duniam nor Ms Panahi are able to debate the plight of Australia’s wild forests on its merits,” Brown said. “They are out of …

Coffee brought to you by coal: a week in the life of Australia’s acting prime minister – Coffee brought to you by coal: a week in the life of Australia’s acting prime minister. Michael McCormack has a few things to say about nibbling mice, coffee …

Australia to send 50000 more doses of AstraZeneca to Fiji – Airport workers unload cargo marked Australian Aid from a plane. Australia has already sent 200,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses to Fiji over the past six weeks. (.

How will the new UK free trade deal impact Australia? – Australian politics podcast – Katharine Murphy speaks with Australia’s trade minister, Dan Tehan, about the new agreement struck with Britain. From more tariff-free meat to visa working …

Former Australia bowler Shaun Tait on why he went back to country cricket – The batsman waves his bat at the ball, missing it by miles, and it whizzes through to Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin. There’s a brief pause from the crowd as …

Christmas Island conditions a ‘ticking time bomb’, refugee watchdog says – There are currently no COVID-19 cases within Australia’s immigration detention centres. “To date, no-one detained in Australia’s immigration detention facilities …

Australian nightmare looms even as Frydenberg prepares his his election pitch – “After the first recession in nearly 30 years, the Australian economy is roaring back,” the Treasurer told the House on Thursday. “An economy that is bigger, …

Australia Recognizes NB Firefighters – The following 16 staff were recognized by Premier Gladys Berejiklian of New South Wales, Australia: Jason Brideau-Chiasson, forest ranger;; Alain Bujold, district …

Australian economist has ‘close to zero’ chance of fair trial in Myanmar – Singapore: In a closed courtroom in Myanmar’s purpose-built 21st century capital Naypyitaw next week, Australian Sean Turnell is expected to face a judge for ...

Is Australia’s minimum wage hike a threat to recovery? – The move to increase Australia’s minimum wage and modern awards by 2.5% creates “unnecessary risk and increases in overheads” which can end up hurting …

Should Australia lengthen its COVID quarantine period from 14 to 21 days? – Professor Collignon said the key problem in Australia’s quarantine system was infection control breaches. Griffith University virologist Nigel McMillan agreed. “Most …

De Minaur battles into Queen’s semis – Australia’s No.1 out-thought and out-fought the big-hitting Cilic at one of the Croatian’s favourite venues on Friday, eventually prevailing 3-6 6-3 6-4 in just over …

Nissan Australia builds a Warrior that takes down Raptors – It’s the updated model Nissan is counting on to dethrone Ford. Designed and built in Australia, the Warrior stands above the standard Navara with a specific front …

John Flint: Australian COVID-19 vaccine procrastinators can’t hold off forever – Persuading Australians it’s in their best interests to get the jab is being perversely undermined by the country’s success at keeping the virus at bay. Many people …

Bulldogs set for more AFL quarantine – with the freedoms going back in Victoria, the problem is now all the borders are closing to each other with the cases Australia-wide, so we’re in a bit of a bind.”.

Griffith University: Griffith swimmers pack the Australian team for Tokyo – Almost a quarter of the Australian swimming team for Tokyo will be made up of Griffith University student athletes or Griffith Swim Squad members. “We are …

University of Western Australia: Almost 60 per cent with high blood pressure untreated – A new study indicates almost 60 per cent of Australians who have high blood pressure are not receiving medical treatment for the condition, and some may not …

The Fiji Times » Australian watchdog sues Woolworths over staff underpayments – SYDNEY, June 18 (Reuters) – Australia’s largest supermarket chain Woolworths Group (WOW.AX) is being sued by the country’s industrial relations watchdog …

University of Western Australia: Coastal futures event to focus on climate change impacts – Organised by The University of Western Australia’s Oceans Institute, Public Policy Institute and Wave Energy Research Centre, the event will explore the unique …

Alcoa Planning Conversion To Steam-Generated Power At Six Australian Alumina Refineries – Alumina and aluminium accounts for nearly a quarter of Australia’s direct manufacturing emissions, with over 14 million metric tons of carbon dioxide having been …

Deal Made Down Under: Australia passes Right to Repair bill – Canberra, Australia — A new law has passed in Australia making it illegal for car companies to withhold information from independent mechanics that would …

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South Australia’s plan for returning international students gets federal government nod – South Australia’s plan for returning international students gets federal government nod. TIMESOFINDIA.COM | Jun 18, 2021, 22:04 IST.

Talent shortages and fatigue: The biggest challenges facing HR – At a recent roundtable organised by HRD and Globalization Partners, top HR leaders from across Australia’s diverse range of industries came together to discuss …

Australia could list east coast koala as endangered – Canberra is considering listing koalas on the east coast as endangered, Australian Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley said yesterday in an e-mailed …

Southport designer unveils collection at Australian Fashion Week – Designer Alexander Lyon has been making his mark at Australia’s most prestigious fashion event. 18 June 2021. InYourArea Community. By InYourArea …

Fears AstraZeneca advice could spark vaccine rollout delays – As Australia’s embattled vaccine rollout reels from another blow following the … to get the Pfizer vaccine instead, of which Australia has significantly less doses.

Rockstar Spirits to hit Australian shelves this month as UK marks trade deal – Tom Hurst, founder of Rockstar Spirits, has secured a deal with Australia’s largest supermarket chain, the Woolworths Group, to list four of its products across …

Andrew McDonald withdraws from the Hundred due to clash with Australia tour – McDonald is instead expected to go on Australia’s tour to the Caribbean, which departs in late June and is due to be followed by a trip to Bangladesh in early …

Homegrown Flexible Workspace Leader Hub Australia Expands Premium Offering to New Adelaide Site – Hub Australia will almost triple the size of its flexible workspace footprint in Adelaide by moving to the historic Pirie House. The new coworking space is slated to …

Morgan Stanley CEO wants employees back on Wall Street – Human Resources Director Australia. CONTINUE TO SITE. Human Resources Director Australia. CONTINUE TO SITE. AU · NZ · CA · US · Asia · NEWS.

World Cup organisers consider new measures to ensure Australia participate – Rugby League World Cup organisers consider new measures to ensure Australia participate. There are fears Australian players will not be made available to …

Dan Christian Accepts Voluntary Quarantine To Represent Australia In International Cricket – Veteran Australian all-rounder Dan Christian revealed that he accepted to … for Dan Christian who at 38 is still open to playing international cricket for Australia.

UK-Australia Bilateral Trade Agreement: A summary – Following five years of discussions between Australian and British Governments, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson …

Australia’s Graphene Manufacturing Group – Initial tests on aluminium-ion coin cells can out perform lithium-ion, according to Australia’s Graphene Manufacturing Group and the University of Queensland.

People enjoy Winter Festival at Darling Harbour in Australia – A man plays ice hockey on the Winter Festival at Darling Harbour in Sydney, Australia, on June 18, 2021.Photo:Xinhua. People have fun on the Winter Festival …

Massive spider-webs blanket Australian towns after floods, video goes viral – WATCH – Key Highlights. Giant spider webs have draped rural Australian region of Gippsland in the state of Victoria after heavy rains and flooding; This is a survival ...

Watch Australian hardcore band SPEED’s video for new song “WE SEE U” – Australian hardcore band SPEED (who are on Flatspot Records in the US) … Is Australia Volume Two 7″ compilation alongside tracks by Shaun Daniel Allen, …

UK and Australia conclude free trade agreement – Tehan said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Australian envoy Scott Morrison had reached an agreement during talks in London. “The two prime …

The Murugappan family and immigration detention – The petition for this campaign received 170,000 signatures and it led to the transfer of 120 children and their families from Nauru to Australia. The Australian …

Tennis Australia appoints Cedric Cornelis to manage commercial programme – As part of his new role, Cornelis will manage the commercial programme for the sport in Australia, which encompasses the Australian Open Grand Slam and the …

Part One: Australia’s big spending on war machines – The immediate focus is Australia’s new Attack-class submarines. The contract with the majority-French-government-owned Naval Group, to design and build 12 …

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