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Australia: Overnight News Headlines – June 25, 2021


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Australian government slammed for ‘shameful’ exclusion of Afghan contractors from protection visa program – The federal government is being criticised for refusing refugee visas for contractors who worked with Australia in Afghanistan because they weren’t directly …

China appeals to WTO over Australia’s duties – The Chinese government says it has filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization over Australia’s duties on three products. The Commerce Ministry said …

UK, Australia sign free trade deal – Britain said cars, Scotch whisky and confectionery would be cheaper to sell in Australia because of the agreement, which removes tariffs and reduces red tape.

Covid-19 Australia: Huge new list of Sydney’s coronavirus exposure sites – Mr Bailey told Daily Mail Australia that the ramifications of one staff member … Mr Bailey is one of Australia’s most sought-after hairdressers who has been at the …

The Australian children who experts say are being denied a basic human right – Just 7 per cent of us believe people with disabilities are supported “very well”, according to the Australia Talks National Survey 2021; Deaf Australians and parents …

Dingoes are considered a pest in much of regional Australia – What Boyd and most other pastoralists call “wild dogs” are Australia’s native land-based apex predator: dingoes. The Australian Museum contends dingoes were …

Australia News: Splendour In The City, San Cisco, One Love & More – Australia News: Splendour In The City, San Cisco, One Love & More … artists for New Zealand’s One Love 2022 had something no NZ or Australian festival had …

Services Australia taken to FWC over casual conversion dispute – Services Australia is being dragged to the Fair Work Commission by the main public sector union over claims it hasn’t followed new laws that require it to offer …

The return of Australia’s toxic climate politics – with Lenore Taylor – Great Barrier Reef being listed as ‘in danger’ and a leadership change in the National party have highlighted Australia’s toxic politics around global heating.

Sheep circus show among Australian performers coming to UK – The UK/Australia Season includes hundreds of events in the two countries including dancers from Queensland Ballet’s Young Artist Programme performing at …

Lighten Up, Australia, the Suzuki Jimny Lite Is Coming – High demand for iconic 4×4 Jimny results in an additional variant for Australia. … The people have spoken, and the message could not be clearer: more Suzuki …

Juneteenth: Did you mark the day? | HRD Australia – Human Resources Director Australia. CONTINUE TO SITE. Human Resources Director Australia. CONTINUE TO SITE. AU · NZ · CA · US · Asia · NEWS.

Indulge your taste buds along South Australia’s Epicurean Way road trip – South Australia is the ultimate food and wine lover’s destination. This winter, a road trip along the Epicurean Way is just the ticket to feeling as good as new.

Australia Urged to Rescue Former Interpreters in Afghanistan – Campaigners have said about 1,000 Afghans are still going through Australia’s visa process, but they say it is taking too long. Stuart McCarthy, an ex-Australian …

Pacific Island Now Turns To Australia For Subsea Cable – SYDNEY (Reuters) – The Pacific island of Nauru is negotiating for the construction of an undersea communications cable that would connect to an Australian …

Singapore tightens Covid-19 restrictions for travellers from Australia’s New South Wales – Those with travel history to Australia’s Victoria State within the last 21 days will take the PCR test upon arrival in lieu of a seven-day stay-home notice, said the …

Adani’s Australian arm strikes coal at Carmichael mine – Bravus energy for India; jobs, other economic benefits for Australia. In a major breakthrough for Adani Group, its Australian arm Bravus Mining has struck coal at …

Adani group to begin coal export from Australia mine this year – The group’s Australian business arm Bravus Mining & Resources on Thursday said it has exposed the first of the coal seams for mining at the Carmichael mine in …

Pacific island turns to Australia for undersea cable after spurning China – The Pacific island of Nauru is negotiating for the construction of an undersea communications cable that would connect to an Australian network, two sources …

Anthony Joshua’s plans could include Demsey ‘The Towering Inferno’ McKean, who is considered for IBF eliminator – Australia’s Demsey ‘The Towering Inferno’ McKean is being considered for an IBF final eliminator fight to become the mandatory challenger for Anthony Joshua.

Singapore tightens border measures for Australia’s New South Wales as Covid-19 cases rise there – SINGAPORE – Border measures will be tightened for travellers entering Singapore from the Australian state of New South Wales and loosened for those from the …

‘Raw and real’: Catriona shares emotional farewell to parents in Australia – Gray, an only child, was born in Cairns, Far North Queensland in Australia, to a Scottish-born Australian father, Ian Gray, and a Filipino mother, Normita Magnayon.

Australian Defense Department Receives Maxar 3D Data Suite, Satellite Imagery; Tony Frazier Quoted – Australian Defense Department Receives Maxar 3D Data Suite, Satellite Imagery; Tony Frazier Quoted. by Christine Thropp June 24, 2021, 11:57 am.

Three arrested in London in connection with £84m Australian cocaine haul shipped from Heathrow – Australian Border Force officers found the drugs concealed in a consignment described as ‘lift and tailgate parts’, which had been shipped from Heathrow using …

Sydney Covid-19: Why there are so many superspreading events – Politics · Crime · Courts & Law · South Australia · Western Australia · Northern Territory · Tasmania · World · World Breaking News · Pacific · Asia · North America.

Microsoft Windows 11 event live blog: the whole launch as it happened – 4pm BST (and 1am AEST on June 25 in Australia), and we’ll be watching along live to bring you the latest breaking news and commentary on what is bound to …

Australia Grounds MRH90 Helicopter Fleet Over Safety Concerns – Australia has grounded its fleet of 47 NH Industries MRH90 Taipan helicopters due to maintenance and safety issues with the aircraft’s support system.

Shock impact of Covid-19 pandemic on young Australians – The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has released a report, Australia’s youth, that brings together data about Australians aged 12 to 24 years old …

Clevertouch Technologies Adds Another Ed Tech Success Story from Australia – solutions, today announces that Horsley Park Public School (Sydney, Australia) has successfully implemented Clevertouch interactive touchscreen displays.

Former micro-nation Hutt River in Western Australia hits the market for the first time in 50 years – Hutt River Province in Western Australia, which for 50 years operated as a sovereign nation complete with its own currency, has hit the market. The principality of …

3 Stocks to Gain From the Expanding Australian Solar Market – Australia is one of the fastest-growing solar energy markets in the world due to the rising demand for electricity and prolific solar resources. Evidently, the country …

Australia’s new law to fine tech giants, jail users over abusive and threatening posts – A new law passed by the Australian government on Wednesday will fine tech giants like Facebook, Twitter and Google will be forced to swiftly remove abusive …

China hits back at U.S., Australia over trade disputes – China has hit back at the United States and Australia over actions it says unfairly target Chinese firms. The Commerce Ministry has accused the U.S. of distorting …

Former fly-half Michalak joins France coaching set-up for Australia Tests – Paris (AFP). Ex-France fly-half Frederic Michalak has joined Les Bleus’ coaching set-up for the tour to Australia, team manager Raphael Ibanez said on …

Racism linked to poor health and wellbeing among Indigenous Australians: ANU study – Racism linked to poor health and wellbeing among Indigenous Australians: ANU … He said the study proved the prevalence and impact of racism in Australia, …

Australia to phase out AstraZeneca vax from October – The Australian government will phase out the use of the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine from October, a top health official said here. Covid-19 Task Force …

Saban Signs Distribution Deals Across Europe, Australia – Saban Films Expands Globally With Distribution Deals in Europe, Australia. Saban, which last year partnered with distributor Altitude Media for the U.K., signs …

Nine out of 10 Australians have sold their house for a profit in 2021 – The big winners were owner-occupiers of houses, particularly in regional Australia, while investors tended to make slimmer gains, and nearly a fifth of apartment- …

No more Mr Mice Guy Australia mulls biowarfare against unwanted critters – FOR SIX months a plague of rodents has infested Australia’s south-eastern farmlands. Mice are still “running around like they’re training for Tokyo”, says Xavier …

Australia Tour of Bangladesh 2021: BCB in Favour of Giving in to Cricket Australia’s Demands – This will be Australia’s first international tour to Bangladesh since September 2017 where they played a couple of Test matches in the country. Last Updated:June …

Australia’s Favourite New Speculative ‘Hobby’ Has Economists Clutching Their Calculators – Australia’s Favourite New Speculative ‘Hobby’ Has Economists Clutching Their … Have you ever wondered why Australians lose their minds over property prices …

Beef Australia board farewelling CEO Ian Mill, who is making move to Rockhampton Jockey Club – Beef Australia CEO Ian Mill has been appointed CEO of the Rockhampton Jockey Club. The Beef Australia board is bidding a fond farewell to CEO Ian Mill, who is …

Lapid works to fill long-vacant posts of ambassador to France, Canada and Australia – James in the UK. Netanyahu and then-foreign minister Gabi Ashkenazi (Blue and White) failed to agree on ambassadors to France, Canada, or Australia.

Cupra to launch in Australia with fixed price online retail model, but parent Volkswagen unlikely to follow – “With the inclusion of Audi [into Volkswagen Group Australia] now, we’ve got 180-plus dealers and they’ve always been part of the process … The agency model …

COVID-19 cluster worsens in Australian city – SYDNEY, Australia — A state government minister has been infected with COVID-19 and another minister is in isolation as a cluster in the Australian city of …

Young Australians highly impacted by COVID-19 – A new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) has shown that experiences of severe psychological distress among young people aged …

Cupra Australia line-up revealed: Ateca, Formentor, and Leon here by July 2022 – The Volkswagen-owned brand will launch in Australia next year with a fixed pricing business model. 0 shares.

Cupra Leon, Ateca and Formentor coming to Australia in 2022. – Spanish car brand Cupra will be on sale in Australia around the middle of this year, with three models covering nine drivetrain combinations. Owned by …

UK and Australia to collaborate on cultural exchange season – Early details of an ambitious UK-Australia season were announced on … week culminated in Boris Johnson and the Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, …

Cupra Leon, Ateca and Formentor confirmed for Australian launch – Cupra Australia this week confirmed its 2022 launch line-up will comprise the Leon hatchback, Ateca compact SUV and Formentor coupe-style crossover.

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